Monday, 9 February 2015

The Elusive Truth About Papyri

I am sure that many readers of LM will have been taking an interest in the collecting histories of some of the recently surfacing (or should that be emerging?) papyri in North American collections. Those of us who take an academic interest in these matters do have a genuine interest in 'the truth behind' what is going on. So the emergence and disappearance of links to 'the truth' (in fact a rather dismissive attempt at what some could interpret as 'humor' [which is apparently not the same as 'humour' in the UK]) raise more questions than provide answers.

Paul Barford has captured the essence of the now lost YouTube video (perhaps now known as VTruth).

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