1. Introduction and historical framework; 2. The historical development of the form, content and administration of legal documents; 3. The languages of law; 4. The family; 5. Capital; 6. Sale; 7. Leases; 8. Labor; 9. Slavery and dependency in Greco-Roman Egypt; 10. The judiciary system in theory and practice.
James G. Keenan is Professor of Classical Studies at Loyola University Chicago. J. G. Manning is the Simpson Professor of Classics and History at Yale University. Uri Yiftach-Firanko is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Classics at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.