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Norsa-Vitelli, BSAA xxvii, 1 9 3 2 , 1 sqq. Wilcken, Arch. x. 255 sq. Bell, Aeg. xii, 1 9 3 2 , 1 7 3 sqq. Viereck, Aeg. xii, 1 9 3 2 , 210 sqq. Jones, Cities of the Eastern Roman Provinces, 4 7 1 n. 7. Scramuzza, The Emperor Claudius, 1940, 2 5 1 n. 27. , / . Jur. Pap. iv, 1950, 25 sqq. Amusin, Vestnik Drevnej Istorii, iv, 1 9 5 1 , 208 sqq. Musurillo, 83 sqq. Turner, JRS xiv, 1 9 5 5 , 1 1 9 sqq. Schwartz, Chron. d'£gypte, x x x , 1 9 5 5 , 149. Seyfarth, Aeg. x x x v , 1 9 5 5 , 1 4 n. 1 . Rees, JEA xliii, 1 9 5 7 , 1 2 7 .

Irrl rr)v Srjfioalav Tpa[7re£av] npoaoSov Oliver. jsuggested by the editors. 9 . Oliver thought that the use of the term imrpoTTos provided evidence in favour of the literary character of the document, the official title of the Prefect of E g y p t being e n a p x o s . Y e t the Boulepapyrus is not a document issued by an Imperial office, but a petition of the Alexandrians, composed probably by a rhetor, so that unimportant departures from official formulae are easily explained. In any case, these terms were frequently confused in the early period of Roman rule in E g y p t (Wilcken, Arch.

The famous letter of t h e Emperor Claudius t o the Alexandrians. While restoring t o t h e Jews their right t o form a national-religious com­ munity, Claudius definitively puts an end to the Jewish struggle for civic rights in Alexandria. N o s . 1 5 4 - 9 . The so-called ' A c t s of the Alexandrian Martyrs'. Fragments of anti-Roman and anti-Semitic literature, including m a n y important details concerning the civic status of Jews in Alexandria from Claudius t o Hadrian. N o . 1 5 0 . The so-called 'Boule-papyrus' i 6 * 5 X 23 cm.

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