and/or squeezes in this collection were taken by Peter Fraser, for the
most part, in the years 1953-56, during his residence in Egypt.
They were subsequently organised into a publishable corpus (along with
a small amount of material in Museums in Europe) but taken no further
at that time, since in the late 1950s Peter Fraser felt his time would
be better spent on an academic monograph Ptolemaic Alexandria,
which was published by the Oxford University Press in 1972.
which constitute this archive represent by far the larger part of the
Greek inscriptions (and some liturgical text) of the Ptolemaic period
that survive from Ptolemaic Egypt, primarily from Alexandria, but also
a good scattering from the whole of the Nile Valley. Though the
collection has been superseded by partial publications of different
parts of it, it is the fullest set of texts in one format, and based
on specific principles of organisation.
The index of
this image archive can be accessed here.