Index of Papyri
How can I get a computer font so that I can see the papyri better?
Current web browsers (such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, or Chrome) should resolve Greek letters properly. Accented Greek letters, however, may not be properly visible, especially if the browser’s default font size is size 10 or less.
If you cannot satisfactorily view Greek text in this web site :
This web site is presented to each user’s web browser using the encoding standard called UTF-8 (Unicode computer encoding for 8-bit character conversion and presentation). This is a so-called “backward-compatible” scheme which will correctly present characters for most languages of the world (including Ancient Greek).
Who made this site?
The content for this site was created in 2006-2008 by Dr. Gavin Ferriby, a librarian who previously served Trexler Library as Systems and Electronic Resources Librarian (2001-2006). Dr. Ferriby has a Ph.D. in Church History from Princeton Theological Seminary, with extensive undergraduate and graduate work in Classical languages. His dissertation is titled: The development of liturgical symbolism in the early works of Amalarius of Metz (ca. 775-ca. 850). He currently serves as Associate University Librarian at Sacred Heart University. The site editor was Ms. Diane Koch, Special Collections and Archives Librarian at Trexler Library. Web design and development for the site was provided by Ms. Mary Moulton, former Head of Library Systems and Information Transfer Services at Trexler Library.