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- n. Plural form of papyrologist.
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This identification was widely questioned, but many papyrologists rallied to his support, and there are good reasons for thinking that O'Callaghan was right.
New Testament scholars dealing with the Synoptic Gospels will obviously have to take more notice of the findings of the papyrologists than they have so far been prepared to do, however painful it may be to discard received opinions.
Thiede writes: In 1994, the last word on this particular identification seemed to have been uttered by one of the great papyrologists of our time, Orsolina Montevecchi, Honorary President of the International Papyrological Association.
[The APD is for] papyrologists, historians, philologists, editors, professors, students: Specialists in Arabic studies, Islamic studies, history of the Middle East upt to the 10th/16th c.,
Smyly, one of the leading papyrologists of his day.
Much more encouraging is this new project by Oxford papyrologists that gives you and me a chance to piece together previously unread bits of papyrus.
There was J. G. Smyly, one of the leading papyrologists of his day.