Monday 18 August 2014

The Sappho Scandal

Gustav Klimt, the
papyrus lovers (detail)
Just for reference, a handlist of past posts on the Sappho fiasco:

PACHI Wednesday, 29 January 2014: 'No-Questions-Asking UK Academic Reads a Freshly-Uncovered Ripped-up Papyrus from Unknown Source '.

PACHI Sunday, 2 February 2014: 'Sappho Text comes Offline',

PACHI Monday, 3 February 2014: 'Sappho: "A scrap of papyrus used in a burial" ',

PACHI Monday, 3 February 2014: 'Freshly-Surfaced Sappho Papyrus: Where did it come from?',

PACHI Monday, 3 February 2014: 'Discussing the New Sappho Poem, but just not "That" Subject',

PACHI Tuesday, 4 February 2014: 'Normal People and Intelligent Discussion',

PACHI Tuesday, 4 February 2014: 'Growing Anger at Lack of Response to Sappho Discovery',

PACHI Tuesday, 4 February 2014: 'New Sappho Poems Fake?',

PACHI Wednesday, 5 February 2014: 'Sappho: Dr Obbink Breaks his silence',

PACHI Thursday, 6 February 2014: 'A Reply to "Rosemary85" who Knows More About Papyrology than me',

PACHI Friday, 7 February 2014: 'Brown Gunk and Documenting the Context of Discovery of the Sappho Papyrus',

PACHI Monday, 3 March 2014: ''Sapphogate - Part IV'',

PACHI Monday, 3 March 2014: 'Papyrus, Provenance and Looting',

PACHI Thursday, 6 March 2014: 'Inscribed Papyrus, clay, and the Market',

PACHI Thursday, 17 April 2014: '"P. Sapp Obbink"? Eh? Who owns this fragment?',

PACHI Thursday, 1 May 2014: 'Green Collection and a Certain EBay Dugup Dealer',

PACHI Thursday, 8 May 2014: '"I found lost works of Sappho" - dissolving Graeco-Roman mummy masks',

PACHI Saturday, 10 May 2014: 'Green Collection, well, there are collecting histories, and collecting histories',

PACHI Wednesday, 6 August 2014: 'Roberta Mazza on Papyri, Collectors and the Antiquities Market:',

PACHI Sunday, 17 August 2014: '"Unveiling Cartonnage" The Green Scholars'.

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