Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Bibliographie Papyrologique online

The good folk at the Bibliographie Papyrologique - an historic resource for bibliographical resources in papyrology (as one might expect from the name!) - have recently announced an up-date. The free online resource runs a year behind the paid subscription service, but has over 50,000 items in the database. A quick search for P. Bodmer II (i.e. P66) came up with 64 items (including extensive lists of book reviews tagged with books and lots of articles) – and the whole list is downloadable. 

So that is a great resource for people to be aware of and use responsibly.


  1. Thank you, Peter, for this wonderful link!

  2. Peter,
    Thank you for this link.
    Since I study the reasons for the differences between Textus Receptus based New Testaments like the King James Version versus NA ro UBS based Bibles like the New International Version, Papyrus Manuscripts are very important to me.
    I post my findings on my blog: Do have a look there and give me your opinion.
    Thank you.
    Herman Grobler
    Pretoria, South Africa.

  3. Are there any papyrus palimpsests?