An index to the more than 4,500 negatives and slides of Greek papyri stored at the Copenhagen branch of the archive of the Association Internationale des Papyrologues. This index is maintained by Adam Bulow-Jacobsen.
This homepage contains information about the American Society of Papyrologists and a list of its publications.
"The Centre for the Study of Ancient Documents was established in 1995 under the auspices of Oxford University's Faculty of Literae Humaniores to provide a focus for the study of ancient documents in Oxford. Although the concentration of the Centre's activities is within Oxford, it is hoped that it will develop into a national and international centre that will attract and be of interest to scholars from other institutions. To this end the Centre's activities and resources are progressively being made publicly available through this WWW site.”
This page provides images of demotic papyri in the Lecce collection and a description of the excavations carried out by a joint expedition of the Universities of Lecce and Bologna at the site of ancient Bakchias, Egypt.
"The primary purpose of the Checklist of Editions of Greek and Latin Papyri, Ostraca and Tablets is to provide for scholars and librarians a ready bibliography of all monographic volumes, both current and out-of-print, of Greek and Latin texts on papyrus, parchment, ostraca or wood tablets."
The Duke Databank of Documentary Papyri On Line (Advanced Papyrological Information Systems, or APIS)
The Duke Databank of Documentary Papyri on line allows scholars to search more than 50,000 documentary texts on papyri, ostraca, and tablets.
This site provides information about papyri and papyrology in general and about the Duke papyrus collection in particular. It also provides access to the Duke papyrus collection itself.
This database lists more than 26,000 dated papyrus texts, allowing scholars to quickly assess how many documents derive from a given period.
The homepage of the Heidelberg Papyrological Institute offers a brief introduction to the Institute. It mentions ongoing research and provides a description of library resources.
Description of a project to make digital images of carbonized and other hard-to-read papyri, with examples of some of the results.
The homepage of the Department of Ancient History of the Catholic University of Leuven provides information about the Prosopographia Ptolemaica and several projects undertaken by Leuven faculty and doctoral students. One highlight is a database of proper names in late pharaonic, Graeco- Roman and Byzantine Egypt.
The Papyrology Homepage of the University of Michigan presents an introduction to the collection and a description of the Papyrus Digitization Project (with digital images).
The homepage of the Department of Papyrology, Epigraphy and Numismatics includes a staff list, a description of the series Papyrologica Coloniensia, and an introduction to some papyrus texts in Cologne, with images.
An interdisciplinary portal of papyrological and epigraphical resources dealing with Egypt and the Nile valley between roughly 800 BC and AD 800 currently expanding its geographical scope to the Ancient World in general.”
The homepage of the Yale Papyrus Collection at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library provides a thorough introduction to the Yale collection and a searchable database of Yale's catalogued papyri. The database includes scanned images of many of the papyri.
This site provides subscription and submission information for the ZPE journal, as well as article indices (PDF).