Palaeographical considerations and a comparison with other extant papyri bookrolls containing Greek literature suggest that among the 119 surviving fragments attributed to Sophocles’ **Eurypylus (frr. 206–222b 18 R.2), only about 80 (frr. 206–219a79 and 222b5–8) belong to that tragedy. The remaining scraps probably belong to other Sophoclean tragedies, at least one of which connected to the Trojan myth.

Mani diverse (e tragedie diverse) in P.Oxy. IX 1175 + XVII 2081(b)?

Giulio Iovine
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2022

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Palaeographical considerations and a comparison with other extant papyri bookrolls containing Greek literature suggest that among the 119 surviving fragments attributed to Sophocles’ **Eurypylus (frr. 206–222b 18 R.2), only about 80 (frr. 206–219a79 and 222b5–8) belong to that tragedy. The remaining scraps probably belong to other Sophoclean tragedies, at least one of which connected to the Trojan myth.
2022
Giulio Iovine
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