Ancient Letters and the New Testament: A Guide to Context and Exegesis

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Bardt, C. Römische Charakterköpfe in Briefen, vornehmlich aus cae- sarischer und trajanischer Zeit. Leipzig 1913.

Brooke, D. Private Letters, Pagan and Christian: An Anthology of Greek and Roman Private Letters from the Fifth Century before Christ to the Fifth Century of Our Era. London 1929.

Burnet, R. L’Égypte ancienne à travers le papyrus. Paris 2003.

Büttner, H. Griechische Privatbriefe. Mitteilungen aus der Papyrussammlung der Giessener Universitätsbibliothek 3. Giessen 1931.

Chapa, J. Letters of Condolence in Greek Papyri. Papyrologica Florentina 29. Florence 1998.

Costa, C. D. N. Greek Fictional Letters: A Selection with Introduction, Translation, and Commentary. Oxford 2001.

Cugusi, P. Corpus epistularum Latinarum: Papyris Tabulis Ostracis servatarum. 2 vols. Papyrologica Florentina 23. Florence 1992.

Daum, G. Griechische Papyrus-Briefe aus einem Jahrtausend antiker Kultur. Schöninghs Griechische Lesehefte 2. Paderborn 1959.

Deissmann, A. Bibelstudien: Beiträge, zumeist aus den Papyri und Inschriften, zur Geschichte der Sprache, des Schrifttums und der Religion des hellenistischen Judentums und des Urchristentums. Marburg 1895; repr. Hildesheim 1977. Esp. 187–252: “Prolegomena zu den biblischen Briefen und Episteln.”

_______. Licht vom Osten: Das Neue Testament und die neuentdeckten Texte der hellenistisch-römischen Welt. Tübingen 41923 (11908). Esp. 116–213.

_______. Bible Studies: Contributions Chiefly from Papyri and Inscriptions to the History of the Language, the Literature, and the

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