Anastasia Maravela

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Education and career

  • 2019, autumn term Wigeland Visiting Professor, Dept. of Classics, Division of Humanities, University of Chicago.
  • 2012-present Professor of Ancient Greek, Dept. of Philosophy, Classics, History of Art and Ideas, University of Oslo.
  • 2014-present Co-editor of the journal Symbolae Osloenses. Norwegian Journal of Greek and Latin Studies (Taylor & Francis).
  • 2009-2012 Associate Prof. in Greek, Dept. of Philosophy, Classics, History of Art and Ideas, University of Oslo
  • 2008 Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Dept. of Philosophy, Classics, History of Art and Ideas, University of Oslo
  • 2006-2007 Senior lecturer in Greek (temporary), Dept. of Philosophy, Classics, History of Art and Ideas, University of Oslo
  • 2002-2006 Junior Research Fellow, Dept. of Philosophy, Classics, History of Art and Ideas, University of Oslo
  • 2001-2002 MA Graduate Affiliate, Dept. of Greek and Latin, University College London. Specialisation in Greek papyrology
  • 1997-1998 Winnington-Ingram trainee, The Joint Library of the Institute of Classical Studies and of the Hellenic and Roman Societies, University of London
  • 1994-1995  MA in Classics, Dept. of Greek and Latin, University College London
  • 1988-1993 BA in Greek Philology, Dept. of Greek Philology, School of Philosophy, Capodistrian University of Athens. Major in Greek and Latin.

Research and expertise

  • Greek poetry, in particular archaic Greek epic and lyric poetry
  • Literary approaches to ancient Greek poetry and prose, in particular narrative poetics and intertextuality
  • Greek papyrology, literary and documentary papyri
  • Magic in the ancient world (handbooks, applied spells, gems)
  • Linguistic interactions, bilingualism and translation in the ancient world (Greek-Egyptian, Greek-Latin)
  • Greek imperial prose, in particular the work of Lucian of Samosata
  • Textual criticism and editorial technique
  • Book culture in the Greek and Roman World
  • Medical literature, especially medical papyri
  • Semantics of medical Greek
Tags: Ancient Greek, Greek papyri, Greek medicine, Textual criticism, Narrative theory, Intertextuality, Lexicography, Technical vocabulary

Publications

Books and edited volumes

  • Bär, S. F. and Maravela, A. (eds.) Narrative, Narratology and Intertextuality: New Perspectives on Greek Epic from Homer to Nonnus [=Symbolae Osloenses 93 (2019)].
  • Eyjólfur K. Emilsson, Anastasia Maravela and Mathilde Skoie (eds.), PARADEIGMATA: Studies in Honour of Øivind Andersen, Papers and Monographs from the Norwegian Institute at Athens Series 4, Volume 2, Athens: The Norwegian Institute at Athens, 2014.
  • Maravela, A. Narrative and Time. The Poetics of Time in Early Greek Epic and Lyric Poetry, PhD thesis, Univ. of Oslo: Unipub 2006.

Articles and book-chapters

  • Torallas Tovar, S. and Maravela, A. “Between Ventriloquists and Necromancers: the ἐγγαστρίμυθοι in the Septuaginta” Sefarad 61, 2 (2001) 419-438.
  • Maravela, A. “Literary fragments from the collection of the Oslo University Library I: Herodotus IX. 74-75” Symbolae Osloenses 79 (2004) 102-108.
  • Maravela, A. “Literary fragments from the collection of the Oslo University Library II: Homer Iliad 1. 411-37 & 473-80” Symbolae Osloenses 79 (2004) 109-116.
  • Maravela, A. “Two fragments about donkeys from the collection of the Oslo University Library” Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 149 (2004) 177-185.
  • Maravela, A. “Reading the handwriting: the letter of an apprentice scribe” Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 149 (2004) 186-188.
  • Maravela, A. “P.Oslo 10 + P. Harr. 45 (M-P3 285, LDAB 0613): Demosthenes De Corona §§ 201-205: A re-edition” Archiv für Papyrusforschung 52, 1 (2006) 6-13.
  • Maravela, A. and Leith, D. “A medical catechism on tumours from the collection of the Oslo University Library” in Frösén, J., T. Purola and E.  Salmenkivi (eds.) Proceedings of the 24th Congress of Papyrology, Helsinki, 1–7 August, 2004 [Comm. Hum. Litt. 122: 1–2], Helsinki 2007, 637-650.
  • Maravela, A. “Monastic book production in Christian Egypt” in Froschauer, H. and C. E. Römer (eds.) Spätantike Bibliotheken. Leben und Lesen in den frühen Klöstern Ägyptens, [Nilus 14] Wien: Phoibos Verlag 2008, 25-38.
  • Maravela, A. "Euripides’ Medea 723-30 revisited” Classical Quarterly 58, 2 (2008) 452-60.
  • Maravela, A. “A fragment from a medical prescription?” in Andorlini, I. (ed.) Greek Medical Papyri II, Florence: Istituto Papirologico “G. Vitelli” 2009, 105-109.
  • Maravela, A. “Two prescriptions for ophthalmic remedies on a papyrus from the collection of the Oslo University Library” in Andorlini, I. (ed.) Greek Medical Papyri II, Florence: Istituto Papirologico “G. Vitelli” 2009, 111-122.
  • Leith, D. and Maravela, A. “Notes on PSI III 252” in Andorlini, I. (ed.) ​Greek Meical Papyri II, Florence: Istituto Papirologico “G. Vitelli” 2009, 201-209.
  • Maravela, A. “Byzantine Inventory Lists of Food Provisions and Utensils on an Ashmolean Papyrus” Zeitschift für Papyrologie und Epigrafik 170 (2009) 127-146.
  • Maravela, A. Vina fictitia from Latin into Greek: The evidence of the papyri” in Evans, T. V. and D. D. Obbink (eds.) The Language of the Papyri, Oxford: Oxford University Press 2009, 253-266.
  • Maravela, A. and Wehus, G. Ø. “Senantikk Magi. Tekster fra Universitetsbiblioteket i Oslos Papyrussamling” Arr. Idéhistorisk tidsskrift 2011 (3), 27-37.
  • Maravela, A. and Wehus, G. Ø. “Noen magiske tekster fra Papyri Osloenses” Arr. Idéhistorisk tidsskrift 2011 (3), 39-43.
  • Maravela, A. “The athlete’s 'happiness': a study of eudaimonia in archaic Greek epinician poetry” Symbolae Osloenses 85 (2011) 33-51.
  • Maravela, A.,Ammirati S. and M. Fressura, “Marginal annotations on a legal codex” in Reiter, F. (ed.) Literarische Texte der Berliner Papyrussammlung. Zur Wiedereröffnung des Neuen Museums (Berliner Klassiker Texte X) Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2012, 127-134.
  • Maravela, A. and Wehus, G. Ø. "In the workshop of a preacher-scholar? Christian jottings on an Oslo parchment" Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigrafik 182 (2012) 87-97.
  • Maravela, A. “Christians Praying in a Graeco-Egyptian Context: Intimations of Christian Identity in Greek Papyrus Prayers” in Reidar Hvalvik and Karl Olav Sandnes (eds.) Early Christian Prayer and Identity Formation, [Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament 336] Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2014, 291-323.
  • Maravela, A. "Women in P. Würzb. 3?" Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 191 (2014) 90-92.
  • Maravela, A. “Tongue-tied Aphrodite: the paradeigmata in the Hymn to Aphrodite” in Eyjólfur K. Emilsson, Anastasia Maravela and Mathilde Skoie (eds.) PARADEIGMATA: Studies in Honour of Øivind Andersen, Papers and Monographs from the Norwegian Institute at Athens Series 4, Volume 2, Athens: The Norwegian Institute at Athens, 2014, 15-27.
  • Maravela, A. “Demeter ‘Nods’ to Aphrodite? Narrative Interactions between the ‘Homeric’ Hymn to Aphrodite and the Hymn to Demeter” in Πολυφόρβῃ Γαίῃ. Mélanges de littérature et linguistique offerts à Françoise Létoublon. Textes réunis par Francesca Dell’Oro et Odile Lagacherie (GAIA 18), Grenoble, ELLUG, 2015, 157-172.
  • Maravela, A. “Alphabetic verses and cipher alphabets from Western Theban monasteries: Perspectives on monastic literacy in late antique Egypt” in E. Juhász (ed.) Byzanz und das Abendland III, Budapest, 2015, 67-83.
  • Hickey T., Maravela, A. and M. Zellmann-Rohrer, “Historical and Textual Notes on Magical Texts in the Papyrus Collection of the Oslo University Library” Symbolae Osloenses 89 (2015) 156-172.
  • Maravela, A. “Some remarks on O.Frangé 751” Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists 53 (2016) 275-282.
  • Maravela A., Mihálykó Á. T.  and G. Ø. Wehus, “A Coptic Liturgical Prayer for the Consecration of the Chalice” Archiv für Papyrusforschung und verwandte Gebiete 63.1 (2017) 204-230.
  • Maravela A. and J. V. Stolk, "Bringing together the family for a daughter's wedding. P.Yale 1.78 reconsidered" Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists 55 (2018) 275-280.
  • Maravela, A. “Medical micro-language in the Greek papyri” In Reggiani, Nicola and Francesca Bertonazzi (eds.) Parlare la medicina: fra lingue e culture, nello spazio e nel tempo. Atti del Convegno Internazionale, Università di Parma, 5-7 Settembre 2016. Milano: Le Monnier Università/ Mondadori Education, 2018, 12-29.
  • Maravela, A. “Homer and Menandri Sententiae in Upper Egyptian Monastic Settings” in Lillian I. Larsen and Samuel Rubenson (eds.) Monastic Education in Late Antiquity: The Transformation of Classical Paideia, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018,125-149.
  • Maravela, A. “Scriptural Literacy Only? Rhetoric in Early Christian Papyrus Letters.” In Nodar A., Torallas Tovar S. (eds). Proceedings of the 28th Congress of Papyrology; 2016 August 1-6; Barcelona. Barcelona: Publicacions de l'Abadia de Montserrat, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, 2019, 162-177.
  • Bär, S.F. and A. Maravela, "Narrative, Narratology and Intertextuality: New Perspectives on Greek Epic from Homer to Nonnus - Introduction" Symbolae Osloenses 93 (2019) 1-11.
  • Maravela, A. "The Judgemental Narrator: Narratorial Νηπιος-Comments from Homer to Nonnus", Symbolae Osloenses 93 (2019) 58-105.
  • Maravela, A. "Christian Literature on Parchment Stripes" in Exhibition Catalogue PAPYRUS NETWORKS. Montserrat and 20th cent. collectors. Exhibit on occasion of the IX Jornadas de papirología Abadía de Montserrat, July 8-10th 2019, Montserrat, 2019, 22-25.
  • Maravela, A. and J. Mangerud, "A point of contact between the archives of Pompeius Niger and of Tryphon the weaver?" Archiv für Papyrusforschung 65.2 (2019) 317-332.
  • Maravela, A. and J. Mangerud, "The Letters of Herennia to Pompeius Niger" Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 215 (2020) 211–222.
  • Maravela, A. and M. Skoie, "Papyrus i rampelyset: På sporet av det tapte satyrspill" Klassisk Forum 1.2021, 136-147.
  • Maravela, A. "GEMF 8 (PGM LXXII + PGM LVII)" in C. A. Faraone and Sofía Torallas Tovar (eds.) Greek and Egyptian Magical Formularies: Text and Translation, Volume I. California Classical Studies 9. Berkeley, Cal.: University of California Berkeley, 2022, 33-41.

  • Maravela, A. and G. Sidro, "Dare facere oportet - δοῦναι ποιῆσαι δεῖ: Translating Legal Latin into Greek" in Han Lamers and Silvio Bär (eds.), Studia in Honorem Vibeke Roggen, Oslo: Hermes Academic Publishing, 2022, 69-83.
  • Maravela, A. and S. Torallas Tovar, "Impossible Anatomies: Shenoute's Curse and the Death of Gessios" in A. Boud'hors, D. Brakke, A. Crislip and S. Moawad (eds), The Rediscovery of Shenoute. Studies in Honor of Stephen Emmel, Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 310, Leuven - Paris - Bristol, CT: Peeters, 2022, 367-391.

In press

  • Maravela, A. "[Chapter 2] Greek meets Egyptian at the temple gate. Bilingual papyri from Hellenistic and Roman Egypt (3rd century BCE - 4th century CE)" in Pavlenko, A. (ed.) Multilingualism and History. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2023, 50-70.
  • Maravela, A. "The Mouth of the Whale and Homeric Gates. A Note on Literary Influences in Lucian's Verae Historiae I 30" Symbolae Osloenses 96 (2022).

 

  • Maravela, Anastasia (2023). Greek Meets Egyptian at the Temple Gate: Bilingual Papyri from Hellenistic and Roman Egypt (Third Century BCE–Fourth Century CE). In Pavlenko, Aneta (Eds.), Multilingualism and History. Cambridge University Press. ISSN 9781009236256. p. 50–70.
  • Maravela, Anastasia & Tovar, Sofia Torallas (2022). Impossible Anatomies: Shenoute’s Curse and the Death of Gessios. In Boud'hors, Anne; Brakke, David; Crislip, Andrew & Moawad, Samuel (Ed.), The Rediscovery of Shenoute: Studies in Honor of Stephen Emmel. Peeters Publishers. ISSN 978-90-429-4830-3. p. 367–391. Full text in Research Archive
  • Maravela, Anastasia & Sidro, Giuliano (2022). Dare facere oportet - ΔΟΥΝΑΙ ΠΟΙΗΣΑΙ ΔΕΙ: Translating Legal Latin into Greek. In Lamers, Han & Bär, Silvio Friedrich (Ed.), Studia in honorem Vibeke Roggen. Hermes Academic Publishing and Bookshop A/S. ISSN 9788280342126.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2022). GEMF 8 (PGM LXXII + PGM LVII). In Faraone, C. A. & Torallas Tovar, Sofia (Ed.), Greek and Egyptian Magical Formularies: Text and Translation Volume I. Department of Ancient Greek and Roman Studies, University of Berkeley, California. ISSN 9781939926166. p. 33–41.
  • Maravela, Anastasia & Skoie, Mathilde (2022). Papyrus i rampelyset. På sporet av det tapte satyrspill. Klassisk Forum. ISSN 0801-3179. 2021(1-2), p. 136–147.
  • Skoie, Mathilde & Maravela, Anastasia (2021). Papyrus i rampelyset: På sporet av det tapte satyrspill. Klassisk Forum. ISSN 0801-3179. p. 136–148. Full text in Research Archive
  • Maravela, Anastasia & Mangerud, Jens (2020). The letters of Herennia to Pompeius Niger. Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik. ISSN 0084-5388. 215, p. 211–222.
  • Bär, Silvio Friedrich & Maravela, Anastasia (2019). Narrative, Narratology and Intertextuality: New Perspectives on Greek Epic from Homer to Nonnus. Symbolae Osloenses. ISSN 0039-7679. 93, p. 1–11. doi: 10.1080/00397679.2019.1665251. Full text in Research Archive
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2019). The Judgemental Narrator: Narratorial Nepios-Comments from Homer to Nonnus. Symbolae Osloenses. ISSN 0039-7679. 93, p. 58–105. doi: 10.1080/00397679.2019.1641344. Full text in Research Archive
  • Maravela, Anastasia & Mangerud, Jens (2019). A point of contact between the archives of Pompeius Niger and of Tryphon the weaver? . Archiv für Papyrusforschung und verwandte Gebiete. ISSN 0066-6459. 65(2), p. 317–332. doi: 10.1515/apf-2019-0015. Full text in Research Archive
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2019). Scriptural Literacy Only? Rhetoric in Early Christian Papyrus Letters. In Nodar, Alberto & Tovar, Sofia Torallas (Ed.), Proceedings of the 28th International Congress of Papyrology, Barcelona 2016, Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona 2019). Publicacions deL’Abadia de Montserrat – Universitat Pompeu Fabra. ISSN 9788491910794. p. 162–177. Full text in Research Archive
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2018). Medical micro-language in the Greek papyri. In Reggiani, Nicola & Bertonazzi, Francesca (Ed.), Parlare la medicina: fra lingue e culture, nello spazio e nel tempo. Atti del Convegno Internazionale, Università di Parma, 5-7 Settembre 2016. Le monnier universita. ISSN 978-88-00-74847-6. p. 12–29.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2018). Homer and Menandri Sententiae in Upper Egyptian Monastic Settings. In Rubenson, Samuel & Larsen, Lillian (Ed.), Monastic Education in Late Antiquity. The Transformation of Classical Paideia. Cambridge University Press. ISSN 978-1-107-19495-3. p. 125–149. doi: 10.1017/9781108163842.007. Full text in Research Archive
  • Maravela, Anastasia & Stolk, Joanne Vera (2018). BRINGING TOGETHER THE FAMILY FOR A DAUGHTER’S WEDDING: P.YALE 1.78 RECONSIDERED. Bulletin of The American Society of Papyrologists. ISSN 0003-1186. 55, p. 275–280. doi: 10.2143/BASP.55.0.3285022. Full text in Research Archive
  • Maravela, Anastasia; Wehus, Glenn Øystein & Tothne, Agnes Mihálykó (2017). A Coptic Liturgical Prayer for the Consecration of the Chalice. Archiv für Papyrusforschung und verwandte Gebiete. ISSN 0066-6459. 63(1), p. 204–230. doi: 10.1515/apf-2017-0013. Full text in Research Archive
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2016). Some Remarks on O.Frangé 751. Bulletin of The American Society of Papyrologists. ISSN 0003-1186. 53, p. 275–282.
  • Hickey, Todd; Maravela, Anastasia & Zellmann-Rohrer, Michael (2015). Historical and Textual Notes on Magical Texts in the Papyrus Collection of the University of Oslo Library. Symbolae Osloenses. ISSN 0039-7679. 89(1), p. 156–182. doi: 10.1080/00397679.2015.1111576.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2015). Alphabetic Verses and Cipher Alphabets from Western Theban Monasteries: Perspectives on Monastic Literacy in Late Antique Egypt. In Juhász, Erika (Eds.), Byzanz und das Abendland III. Studia Byzantino-Occidentalia. Eötvös-József-Collegium. ISSN 978-615-5371-44-8. p. 67–83. Full text in Research Archive
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2015). Demeter “Nods” to Aphrodite? Narrative Interactions between the “Homeric” Hymn to Aphrodite and the Hymn to Demeter. Epea pteroenta. ISSN 1262-3717. 18, p. 157–172. doi: 10.3406/gaia.2015.1650. Full text in Research Archive
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2014). Tongue-tied Aphrodite. The paradeigmata in the Hymn to Aphrodite. In Emilsson, Eyjólfur Kjalar; Maravela, Anastasia & Skoie, Mathilde (Ed.), PARADEIGMATA. Studies in Honour of Øivind Andersen. The Norwegian Institute at Athens. ISSN 978-960-85145-4-6. p. 15–27. Full text in Research Archive
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2014). Christians Praying in a Graeco-Egyptian Context: Intimations of Christian Identity in Greek Papyrus Prayers. In Hvalvik, Reidar & Sandnes, Karl Olav (Ed.), Early Christian Prayer and Identity Formation. Mohr Siebeck. ISSN 9783161535208. p. 291–323.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2014). Women in P. Würzb. 3? Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik. ISSN 0084-5388. 191, p. 90–92. Full text in Research Archive
  • Maravela, Anastasia; Ammirati, Serena & Fressura, Marco (2012). Marginal Annotations on a Legal Codex. In Reiter, Fabian (Eds.), Literarische Texte der Berliner PapyrussammlungZur Wiedereröffnung des Neuen Museums. Walter de Gruyter (De Gruyter). ISSN 978-3-11-022883-0. p. 127–134. doi: 10.1515/9783110228830.126.
  • Maravela, Anastasia & Wehus, Glenn Øystein (2012). In the workshop of a preacher-scholar? Christian jottings on an Oslo parchment. Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik. ISSN 0084-5388. 182, p. 87–97. Full text in Research Archive
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2011). The Athete's "Happiness": Eudaimonia in Archaic Greek Epinicians. Symbolae Osloenses. ISSN 0039-7679. 85(1), p. 33–51. doi: 10.1080/00397679.2011.606138.
  • Maravela, Anastasia & Wehus, Glenn Øystein (2011). Noen magiske tekster fra Papyri Osloenses. Arr - Idéhistorisk tidsskrift. ISSN 0802-7005. p. 39–43.
  • Maravela, Anastasia & Wehus, Glenn Øystein (2011). Senantikk Magi. Tekster fra Universitetsbiblioteket i Oslos Papyrussamling. Arr - Idéhistorisk tidsskrift. ISSN 0802-7005. p. 27–37.
  • Maravela-Solbakk, Anastasia (2009). A Fragment from a Medical Prescription? In Andorlini, Isabella (Eds.), Greek Medical Papyri II. Istituto Papirologico "G. Vitelli". ISSN 978-88-87829-40-2. p. 105–109.
  • Maravela-Solbakk, Anastasia (2009). Two Prescriptions for Ophthalmic Remedies. In Andorlini, Isabella (Eds.), Greek Medical Papyri II. Istituto Papirologico "G. Vitelli". ISSN 978-88-87829-40-2. p. 111–122.

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  • Emilsson, Eyjólfur Kjalar; Maravela, Anastasia & Skoie, Mathilde (2014). PARADEIGMATA. Studies in Honour of Øivind Andersen. The Norwegian Institute at Athens. ISBN 978-960-85145-4-6. 4(2). 308 p.

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  • Maravela, Anastasia & Kjørstad, Elise (2022). Del av tapt gresk stjernekatalog funnet gjemt under kristen tekst fra middelalderen.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2022). Re-Editing PGM XXXVI/GEMF 68: Remarks on its Scribe and Sections.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2022). PGM XXXVI/GEMF 68: Its Scribe and Sections.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2021). A gem to counter the Empusa?
  • Maravela, Anastasia & Welo, Eirik (2020). Når kroppen hviler, er hjernen våken: Drømmer i antikken .
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2020). Exploring the Poetics of Christian and Christian Magical Prayers: The function of the historiolae.
  • Maravela, Anastasia & Torallas Tovar, Sofia (2019). Impossible Anatomies: Coptic Curses and the Torments of the Beyond.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2019). Contexts of multilingualism in Egypt from the Hellenistic to the early Arabic period.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2019). Threats against the gods in the magical papyri: their topics and language.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2019). Eitrem Marginalia on Magic.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2018). P.Oslo inv. 1481: Munker prøver å hjelpe et gjeldsoffer. Klassisk Forum. ISSN 0801-3179. p. 116–121.
  • Maravela, Anastasia & Aurora, Federico (2018). Gammelt nytt fra Universitetsbibliotekets papyrussamling. Klassisk Forum. ISSN 0801-3179. p. 114–116.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2018). Lucianic linguistics.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2018). Papyri at Gustavianum, Uppsala universitetsmuseum.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2018). PGM LVII + LXXII and the Tradition of Cryptography in Magical Papyri.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2018). Papyrussamlingen ved Universitetsbiblioteket i Oslo: Glimt av liv og død i gresk og romersk Egypt. AIGIS : Nordisk tidsskrift for klassiske studier. ISSN 1901-6859. 18(1).
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2017). εἴτε πλαστῶν γραμμάτων ἢ ῥᾳδιουργίας ἢ περιγραφῆς ἐγκαλεῖν ἐπιχειρῇ...: Semantics and Settings of Distrust in Greco-Roman and Byzantine Egypt .
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2017). Presentation of papyrus editions P.Oslo inv. 1513, 1469, 1612, 787, 1238, 782, 1178, 1461, 1542 & 1530, 1463, 1490, 1467v, 1481, 366.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2017). Chasing in time. Intersections of time and space in early Greek literature and in Greek philosophical thought.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2017). An unusual Christian letter of recommendation on papyrus and its non-Egyptian provenance.
  • Maravela, Anastasia & Reggiani, Nicola (2017). Medical scribes at work: Exploring linguistic variation in Greek medical papyri .
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2017). Hva kan man lære av antikkens 'junk-mail'? Papyrer fra gresk og romersk Egypt.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2017). Greek in Christian Western Thebes: a Fresh Look.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2016). Translating Wisdom: the Coptic translations of "Menandri Sententiae".
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2016). An Early Testimony of Epistula Hippocratis XXV.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2016). Issues of translation in Greek magical papyri.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2016). Encoding and Negotiating Power in Roman and Byzantine Egypt.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2016). Medical micro-language in the Greek papyri.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2016). Scriptural literacy only?
  • Maravela, Anastasia; Witek, Wlodek; Palandri, Chiara & Aurora, Federico (2016). Multispectral Scanning of Papyri.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2016). The Judgemental Narrator in a Diachronic Perspective: νήπιος-passages from Homer to Nonnus .
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2016). Two Greek papyri relating to medicine and philosophy in the collection of the University of Oslo Library.
  • Maravela, Anastasia & Hasznos, Andrea (2015). Monastic Readings and Writings in Western Theban Monasteries (VI-VIII): Documentary and Archaeological Evidence.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2015). Women on the verge of a nervous breakdown, women without lust: Constructions of the female in translations of Greek and Coptic magical papyri .
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2015). The papyrus collection of the University of Oslo Library: glimpses at life and death in Greco-Roman Egypt.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2015). Re-edition of the magical handbooks in the University of Oslo Library Papyrus Collection (P.Oslo I 1, P.Oslo I 3 and P.Oslo III 75): plan of work and challenges.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2015). Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown in the Greek Magical Papyri?
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2015). "School texts" from Western Theban monasteries: Classical Culture and Education in Late Antique Monastic Settings in Egypt.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2014). Søyle med donatorinnskrift. In Ahrens, Sven; Messel, Nils & Sauge, Birgitte (Ed.), nasjonalmuseet: Antique sculpture. Catalogue. Nasjonalmuseet for kunst, arkitektur og design. ISSN 978-82-8154-098-9. p. 218–219.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2014). Tongue-twisters, cipher alphabets, and other ‘school texts’ from Western Theban monasteries (sixth-eighth century): testimonies to the education of the youth?
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2014). The philosopher's horse: some thoughts on Ibycus F287 PMGF.
  • Maravela, Anastasia & Wehus, Glenn Øystein (2014). Fra Nilens bredder: en digital papyrusutstilling.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2014). P.Oslo inv. 1042: contract concerning dyke work.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2014). Power, rhetoric and self-consciousness in the Homeric Hymn to Aphrodite.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2013). Play-and-learn with names and numbers?
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2013). Psygmos in documentary papyri: why ’drying place’?
  • Kildahl, Mari; Stolk, Joanne Vera & Maravela, Anastasia (2013). Nytt funn om antikkens siste poet. [Internet]. http://www.forskning.no/artikler/2013/juni/361137.
  • Kildahl, Mari; Stolk, Joanne Vera & Maravela, Anastasia (2013). New findings on the last poet of antiquity. [Internet]. http://www.hf.uio.no/ifikk/english/research/news-and-events/.
  • Kildahl, Mari; Stolk, Joanne Vera & Maravela, Anastasia (2013). Nytt funn om antikkens siste poet. [Internet]. http://www.hf.uio.no/ifikk/forskning/aktuelt/aktuelle-saker/.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2013). Homer and Menander's Sententiae in Monastic and Similar Settings in Egypt: The View from the Papyri.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2013). New light on early Christian letters of recommendation.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2013). Medicalia Online: Psygmos and related terms.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2012). Intimations of Identity in Christian Prayers on Papyri.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2012). Papyrological evidence for the study of classical literature in early Egyptian monastic communities.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2012). New Fayum papyri from the Oslo collection.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2012). Three Christian papyri from the Oslo collection.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2011). Addressing the gods in the Graeco-Roman World, with a focus on Papyri.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2011). Time as a normative factor: perspectives from early Greek poetry.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2011). Greek Papyrology.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2011). P.Oslo inv.1576v (medical catechism) in a new light?
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2011). Doctors and patients, diseases and medicaments: ancient medicine in the Oslo papyrus collection.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2011). En komponist på arbeid i romersk Egypt? Et musikalsk papyrusfragment i Oslo.
  • Wehus, Glenn Øystein; Maravela, Anastasia & Berby, Tom (2010). Nå utstilt i Oslo: Verdens tidligste kjente selvangivelse. [Newspaper]. VG Nett.
  • Wehus, Glenn Øystein; Maravela, Anastasia; Eidem, Åshild & Dolmen, Siv (2010). Med eselblod på papyrus.
  • Wehus, Glenn Øystein; Ree, Åse Fredrikke & Maravela, Anastasia (2010). Får unike papyrer fram i lyset.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2010). Fra Nilens bredder – Universitetsbibliotekets Papyrussamling 100 år.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2010). Medicine and Rhetoric - Parallel Courses and Crossing Paths. Exploring Some Cross-generic Terms.
  • Maravela, Anastasia (2010). Bliss or blessedness? Eudaimonia in Pindar’s epinicians.
  • Maravela, Anastasia & Skoie, Mathilde (2010). På teatralsk papyrusjakt i Egypt: Tony Harrisons skuespill "The Trackers of Oxyrhynchus".
  • Tothne, Agnes Mihálykó; Maravela, Anastasia & Boud'hors, Anne (2019). Christian Liturgical Papyri: An Introduction. Mohr Siebeck. ISSN 978-3-16-155786-6.

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