Given that the Oxyrhynchus Papyri were included in a massive free download of the Duke Databank of Documentary Papyri a little while ago (thanks Logos!), it would be helpful to read a Blog entry about what this edition of the work offers in terms of additional features.
- Specifically, the Duke Databank only as documentary papyri (no NT, no LXX, no Psuedepigrapha). DDDP also lacks the introductory material, exegesis, commentary, text critical notes, and translation of these texts...all of which make the original volumes here far, far more useful than what's provided by DDDP.
- There are so many other things offered that are ten times more valuable for one fifth the price.
- For example?