mwh wrote:Anyone happen to have seen or have views on Arzt-Grabner's papyrological commentary on NT?
New volume just published: Peter Arzt-Grabner, 2. Korinther, unter Mitarbeit von Ruth E. Kritzer, Papyrologische Kommentare zum Neuen Testament 4, Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2014, 583 pages, ISBN 978-3-525-51002-5, price: EUR 120,00.
Unless one is fortunate enough to be sent a review copy or live on a university campus where the library catalog department is over staffed there isn't much chance someone would have been able to look at this. Oh, yes there is the also the possibility that someone might actually purchase it but that scenario has fairly low probability. I actually know a violist (retired) from the local symphony who has friend who's partner is a Greek papyrologist, that is an ethnic Greek person who is also a papyrologist. Try finding him with google, quite a challenge.
C. Stirling Bartholomew