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By Francesca Schironi

This can be an version with creation and exact statement of the Oxyrhynchus thesaurus, a lexicon preserved in different papyrus fragments with glosses taken from Greek, Greek dialects and ""foreign languages"", specifically Near-Eastern languages. within the entries many historians, periegetes, mythographers of Hellenistic time are quoted. The Oxyrhynchus word list is a special record for the heritage of Greek lexicography in addition to for the examine of the connection among Greek and non-Greek languages and the issues regarding linguistic exchanges within the close to japanese components.

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