Project Bibliography


Adams, C. 2004 “Transition and Change in Diocletian’s Egypt: Province and Empire in the Late Third Century,” in: E. Swain and M. Edwards eds. Approaching Late Antiquity. The Transformation from Early to Late Empire. Oxford, 82–108. 

Alföldi, A. 1938 “La grande crise du monde romain au IIIe siècle,” Antike und Christentum 7, 5-18.

Alföldi, A., 1939 “The Crisis of the Empire (A. D. 249–270),” in: S.A. Cook & al. eds. The Cambridge Ancient History Vol. XII: The Imperial Crisis and Recovery, A.D. 193–324. Cambridge, 165–231.

Alföldi, A. 1967 Studien zur Geschichte der Weltkrise des 3. Jahrhunderts n. Chr. Darmstadt.

Alföldy, G. 1971 “Zeitgeschichte und Krisenempfindung bei Herodian,” Hermes 99, 429-449.

Alföldy, G. 1973 „Der heilige Cyprian und die Krise des Römischen Reiches,“ Historia 22, 479–501.

Alföldy, G. 1974 “The Crisis of the Third Century as Seen by Contemporaries,” Greek, Roman & Byzantine Studies 15,1974, 89–111. Reprinted in: G. Alföldy 1989 Die Krise des Römischen Reiches. Geschichte, Geschichtsschreibung und Geschichtsbetrachtung. Ausgewählte Beiträge. Stuttgart, 319-341 (with addenda 341-342). 

Alföldy, G. 1989 Die Krise des Römischen Reiches Geschichte. Geschichtsschreibung und Geschichtsbetrachtung. Ausgewählte Beiträge. Stuttgart. 

Ali, R.R. and A. Gad 2007 “Geomatics Based Soil Mapping and Hazard Assessment of Cultivated Land in El Fayoum Depression, Egypt,” in: Zdruli, P. and Trisorio Liuzzi, G. (eds.), Managing natural resources through implementation of sustainable policies. Euro-Mediterranean Conference proceedings, Beirut, Lebanon 25-30 June 2006, Bari, 239-52. 

Allen, P. 1979 “The Justinianic Plague,” Byzantion 49, 5–20.

Anchukaitis, K. J., D’Arrigo, R. D., Andreu-Hayles, L., Frank, D., Verstege, A., Curtis, A., & al. 2013 “Tree-Ring-Reconstructed Summer Temperatures from Northwestern North America during the Last Nine Centuries,” Journal of Climate 26 (10), 3001–3012.

Ando, C. 2000, Imperial Ideology and Provincial Loyalty in the Roman Empire. Berkeley.

Ando, C. 2012 Imperial Rome AD 193 to 284. The Critical Century. Edinburgh.

Ando, C. ed. 2016 Citizenship and Empire in Europe, 200-1900. The Antonine Constitution after 1800 Years. Stuttgart.

Alston, R. 1995 Soldier and Society in Roman Egypt: A Social History. London.

Altheim, F. 1939 Die Soldatenkaiser. Frankfurt am Main.

Babusiaux, U. and A. Kolb eds. 2015 Das Recht der 'Soldatenkaiser' / Law in the third century. Rechtliche Stabilität in Zeiten politischen Umbruchs?. Berlin.

Bagnall, R. S. 1985 “Agricultural Productivity and Taxation in Later Roman Egypt,” Transactions of the American Philological Association (1974-2014) 115, 289–308.

Bagnall, R. S. 1992 “Landholding in Late Roman Egypt. The distribution of wealth,” Journal of Roman Studies 82, 128–149.

Bagnall, R. S. 1993 Egypt in Late Antiquity. Princeton.

Bagnall, R.S. 1995 Reading Papyri, Writing Ancient History. London & New York.

Bagnall, R. S. 2000 “P.Oxy. 4527 and the Antonine plague in Egypt: Death or flight?,” Journal of Roman Archeology 13, 288–292.

Bagnall, R. S. 2002 “The effects of plague: model and evidence,” Journal of Roman Archeology 15, 114–120.

Bagnall, R. S. 2007 Egypt in the Byzantine World, 300-700. Cambridge.

Bagnall, R. S. 2009 Early Christian Books in Egypt. Princeton. 

Bagnall, R. S. 2013 Eine Wüstenstadt: Leben und Kultur in einer ägyptischen Oase im 4. Jahrhundert n. Chr. Stuttgart. 

Bagnall, R. S. ed. 2009 The Oxford Handbook of Papyrology. Oxford.

Bagnall, R. S. et B. W. Frier 20062 The Demography of Roman Egypt. Cambridge.

Bagnall, R. S., N. Aravecchia, R. Cribiore, P. Davoli, O. E. Kaper, and S. McFadden 2015 An Oasis City. New York.

Bagnall, R. S. and Ruffini, G. 2012, Amheida I: Ostraka from Thrimithis, vol. 1.Texts from the 2004–2007 Seasons, New York.

Bagnall, R. S. and Ast, R. 2017, Amheida III. Ostraka from Trimithis, Volume 2: Greek texts from the 2008-2013 Seasons, New York.

Baioumy, H. M., H. Kayanne, R. Tada 2010 “Reconstruction of lake-level and climate changes in Lake Qarun, Egypt, during the last 7000 years,” Journal of Great Lakes Research 36, 318–327.

Ball, J. 1939 Contribution to the Geography of Egypt. Cairo.

Ballet P., M. Bonifay and S. Marchand 2012 “Africa vs Aegyptus: routes, rythmes et adaptations de la céramique africaine en Égypte,” in: S. Guédon ed. Entre Afrique et Égypte: relations et échanges entre les espaces au sud de la Méditerranée à l’époque romaine, Scripta Antiqua 49. Bordeaux, 87–310.

Barlow, M., & al. 2016 “A Review of Drought in the Middle East and Southwest Asia,” Journal of Climate 29, 8547–8574.

Barnes, T. D. 1978 “Rev. R. MacMullen, Roman Government’s Response to Crisis A.D. 235-337,” Classical Philology 73/3, 244–247.

Barnes, T. D. 1982 The New Empire of Diocletian and Constantine. Cambridge, Mass.

Bausi, A. and A. Camplani 2013 “New Ethiopic Documents for the History of Christian Egypt,” Zeitschrift für Antikes Christentum 17, 215-47.

Bausi, A. and A. Camplani 2016 “The History of the Episcopate of Alexandria (HEpA): Editio minor of the fragments preserved in the Aksumite Collection and in the Codex Veronensis LX (58),” Adamantius 22, 249–302.

Bengtson, H. 1967 Grundriß der römischen Geschichte mit Quellenkunde, Bd. 1: Republik und Kaiserzeit bis 284 n. Chr. Munich.

Bleuze, M.M., S.M. Wheeler, T. L. Dupras, L. J. Williams and J. E. Molto. 2014 “An exploration of adult body shape and limb proportions at Kellis 2, Dakhleh Oasis, Egypt,” American Journal Of Physical Anthropology 153 (3), 496–505.

Blois, L. de 2002 “The crisis of the third century: a modern myth?,” in: Blois, L. de, J.- Rich eds. The Transformation of Economic Life under the Roman Empire. Amsterdam, 204–217.

Blouin, K. 2012 “Between Water and Sand: Agriculture and Husbandry,” in: C. Riggs ed. The Oxford Handbook of Roman Egypt. Oxford, 22–37.

Blouin, K. 2014 Triangular Landscapes. Environment, Society, and the State in the Nile Delta under Roman Rule. Oxford.

Blumell, L. H. 2012 Lettered Christians: Christians, Letters, and Late Antique Oxyrhynchus. Leiden and Boston. 

Boninsegna, J. A., Argollo, J., Aravena, J. C., Barichivich, J., Christie, D., Ferrero, M. E., & al. 2009 “Dendroclimatological reconstructions in South America: A review,” Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 281(3–4), 210–228. doi.org/10.1016/j.palaeo.2009.07.020. 

Bonneau, D. 1971 Le fisc et le Nil. Incidences des irregularities de la crue du Nil sur la fiscalité dans L'Égypte Grecque et Romaine. Paris.

Boozer, A. L. 2013 “Archaeology on Egypt's edge: archaeological research in the Dakhleh Oasis, 1819-1977,” Ancient West & East 12, 117–156.

Borg, B. 1996 Mumienporträts. Chronologie und kultureller Kontext. Mainz.

Borsch, S. 2005 The Black Death in Egypt and England. A Comparative Study. Austin.

Borsch, S. 2016 “Plague Depopulation and Irrigation Decay in Medieval Egypt,” The Medieval Globe 1, 125-156. 

Bowman, A.K. 1971 The Town Councils of Roman Egypt. Toronto.

Bowman, A. K. 1996 Egypt After the Pharaohs: 332 BC–AD 642: From Alexander to the Arab Conquest. 2nd ed. Berkeley, CA.

Bowman, A. K. 2000 “Urbanisation in Roman Egypt,” in E. Fentress ed. Romanization and the City. Creation, Transformations and Failures. Portsmouth, RI, 173–187.

Bowman, A. K. 2005 “Egypt from Septimius Severus to the Death of Constantine,” in: A. Bowman, A. Cameron, and P. Garnsey eds. The Cambridge Ancient History. Volume 12: The Crisis of Empire, AD 193-337, 2nd edition. Cambridge, 313–326.

Bowman, A. K. 2009 “Quantifying Egyptian Agriculture,” in: Bowman A. and A. Wilson eds., Quantifying the Roman Economy. Methods and Problems, Oxford 2009, 177–204.

Bowman, A. K. 2011 “Ptolemaic and Roman Egypt. Population and Settlement,” in: A. K. Bowman and A. Wilson ed. Settlement, Urbanization, and Population. Oxford, 317–358.

Bowman, A. K., A. Cameron, P. Garnsey eds. 2005 The Cambridge Ancient History. Volume 12: The Crisis of Empire, AD 193-337, 2nd edition, Cambridge.

Bowman A. K. and A. Wilson eds. 2009 Quantifying the Roman Economy. Methods and Problems, Oxford. Bravard J-P., Mostafa, A. & al. 2016, “Construction and deflation of irrigation soils from the Pharaonic to the Roman period at Amheida (Trimithis), Dakhla Depression, Egyptian Western Desert”, Géomorphologie 22, 305–324.

Bravard J-P., Mostafa, A. & al. 2016a, “Rise and Fall of an Egyptian Oasis: Artesian Flow, Irrigation Soils, and Historical Agricultural Development in El-Deir, Kharga Depression, Western Desert of Egypt.” Geoarchaeology 31.

Briffa, K. R., Melvin, T. M., Osborn, T. J., Hantemirov, R. M., Kirdyanov, A. V., Mazepa, V. S., & al. 2013 “Reassessing the evidence for tree-growth and inferred temperature change during the Common Era in Yamalia, northwest Siberia,” Quaternary Science Reviews 72, 83–107. doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2013.04.008

Brooke, J. L. 2014 Climate change and the course of global history. A rough journey. Cambridge.

Bruun, C. 2007 “The Antonine plague and the 'Third-Century Crisis,” in: O. Hekster, G. de Kleijn, and D. Slootjes eds. Crises and the Roman Empire: Proceedings of the Seventh Workshop of the International Network Impact of Empire (Nijmegen, June 20-24, 2006). Leiden and Boston, 201–217.

Buikstra, J.E. and D.H. Ubelaker. 1994 “Standardsfordata collectionfrom human skeletal remains,” Arkansas Archaeological Survey Research Series, 44

Burton, G.P. 1979 “Rev. R. MacMullen, Roman Government’s Response to Crisis A.D. 235-337,” Classical Review 29/2, 279. 

Butzer, K. W. 1976 Early Hydraulic Civilization in Egypt: A Study in Cultural Ecology. Chicago. 

Calderini, A. 1949 I Severi. La crisi dell'Impero nel III secolo. Rome. 

Campbell, J. B. 1984 The Emperor and the Roman Army 31 BC to AD 235. London. 

Capasso M. and P. Davoli eds. 2012 Soknopaiou Nesos Project I (2003-2009). Pisa and Rome. 

Caputo, C. 2014 Amheida/Trimithis (Dakhla Oasis): Results from a Pottery Survey in Area 11. Chicago. 

Carrié, J.-M. 2005 “Developments in provincial and local administration,” in: A. Bowman & al. The CambridgeAncient History vol. XII2. Cambridge, 269–312.

Casson, L. 1989 The Periplus Maris Erythraei: Text with Introduction, Translation, and Commentary. Princeton. 

Cichocki, O., M. Bichler, G. Firneis, W. Kutschera, W. Müller, and P. Stadler 2004 “Synchronization of civilizations in the Eastern Mediterranean in the Second Millennium BC. Natural science dating,” in: C. E. Buck and A. Millard eds. Tools for Constructing Chronologies. Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries. London, 83–109. 

Christiansen, E. 2003 Coinage in Roman Egypt: The Hoard Evidence. Aarhus.

Christiansen, E. (2004). Coinage in Roman Egypt: The hoard evidence. Aarhus: Aarhus Univ. Press. 

Christol, M. 2005 Regards sur l’Afrique romaine. Paris.

Christol, M. 2006 “Cyprien de Carthage et la crise de l'Empire romain,” in: M.-H. Quet ed. La « Crise » de l’Empire romain de Marc Aurèle à Constantin. Paris, 455–480.

Clarysse, W. 2009 “Egyptian Religion and Magic in the Papyri,” in R. S. Bagnall ed. The Oxford Handbook of Papyrology. Oxford, 561–589.

Colin, F. 2000 Les peuples libyens de la Cyrenaïque à l'Egypte d'après les sources de l'Antiquité classique. Brussels.

Colin, F., A. Quiles, M. Schuster, D. Schwartz “The end of the “Green Oasis”: Chronological Bayesian Modeling of human and environmental dynamics in the Bahariya area (Egyptian Sahara) from Pharaonic to Medieval times, Radiocarbon, 1-25. doi:10.1017/RDC.2019.106

Cook, S. A. & al. eds. 1939 The Cambridge Ancient History Vol. XII (The Imperial Crisis and Recovery A.D. 193-324). Cambridge.

Creasman, P. P. 2014 “Tree Rings and the Chronology of Ancient Egypt,” Radiocarbon 56 (04), 85–92. doi.org/10.2458/azu_rc.56.18324. 

Cribiore, R. 2001 Gymnastics of the Mind: Greek Education in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt. Princeton.

Cribiore, R. 2009 “Education in the Papyri,” in: R. S. Bagnall ed. The Oxford Handbook of Papyrology. Oxford, 320-337.

Davoli P. 2010 “Archaeological Research in Roman Soknopaiou Nesos: Results and Perspectives,” in K. Lembke, M. Minas-Nerpel and S. Pfeiffer eds. Tradition and Transformation: Egypt under Roman Rule. Leiden and Boston, 53–77.

Davoli P. 2011a “New Discoveries at Soknopaiou Nesos,” in: R. Pirelli ed. Natural and Cultural Landscapes in the Fayoum. The Safeguarding and Management of Archaeological Sites and Natural Environment. Cairo, 106–115. 

Davoli, P. 2011b “Reflections on Urbanism in Graeco-Roman Egypt: a Historical and Regional Perspective,” in: E. Subìas, P. J. Azara Carruesco, I. Fiz, and R. Cuesta eds. The Space of the City in Graeco-Roman Egypt. Image and Reality. Tarragona, 69–92. 

Davoli, P. 2012 “The Archaeology of the Fayum,” in: C. Riggs ed. Oxford Handbook to Roman Egypt. Oxford, 152–170. 

Davoli, P. 2013 “Soknopaiou Nesos Project 2007-2010: New Archaeological Discoveries,” in M. Stadler, C. Arlt and U. Weinmann eds. Das Fayyûm in Hellenismus und Kaiserzeit – Fallstudien zu multikulturellem Leben in der Antike. Wiesbaden, 51–61. 

De Jong, J. 2006 Emperors in Egypt: The Representation and Perception of Roman Imperial Power in Greek Papyrus Texts from Egypt, a.d. 193–284. Ph.D. diss., Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen. 

Delbrück, H. 1901 Geschichte der Kriegskunst im Rahmen der politischen Geschichte, Bd. 2.1, Römer und Germanen. Berlin. 

Demandt, A. 1984 Der Fall Roms. Die Auflösung des römischen Reiches im Urteil der Nachwelt. Munich. 

Demandt, A. 2007 Die Spätantike: Römische Geschichte von Diocletian bis Justinian (284-565 n. Chr.). 2nd edition. Munich.

Depauw, M. and W. Clarysse 2013 “How Christian was Fourth Century Egypt? Onomastic Perspectives on Conversion,” Vigiliae Christianae 67, 407–435.

Dixneuf, D. 2011 Amphores égyptiennes: Production, typologie et diffusion (IIIe avant J.-C.-IXe après J.-C.). Alexandria. 

Dixneuf, D. 2013 “Ceramics from 'Ain el-Gedida, Dakhleh Oasis: Preliminary Results,” in R. S. Bagnall, P. Davoli, and C. A. Hope eds. The Oasis Papers 6: Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference of the Dakhleh Oasis Project. Oxford, 459–470.

Domaszewski, A. von 1909 Geschichte der römischen Kaiser, Bd. 2. Leipzig. 

Drew-Bear, M. 2009 “Contenu et intérêt historique des archives du conseil municipal d’Hermoupolis sous Gallien,” P. Piacentini, C. Orsenigo eds. Egyptian Archives. Proceedings of the First Session of the International Congress Egyptian Archives / Egyptological Archives.Milan, 187–195.

Drexhage, H.-J. 1991 Preise, Mieten/Pachten, Kosten und Löhne im römischen Ägyptischen bis zum Regierungsantritt Diokletians. St. Katherinen. 

Drinkwater, J. F. 1987 The Gallic Empire. Separatism and Continuity in the North-Western Provinces of the Roman Empire A.D. 260-74. Stuttgart. 

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Dupras, T. L. 2016 “Breastfeeding and Weaning Practices in Ancient Kellis: The Stable Isotope Evidence,” in: S. Zakrzewski, A. Shortland and J. Rowland eds. Science in the Study of Ancient Egypt. London, 144–148. 

Dupras, T. L., S. M. Wheeler, L. J. Williams, and P. G. Sheldrick 2015 “Birth in Ancient Egypt: Timing, Trauma, and Triumph? Evidence from the Dakhleh Oasis,” in: S. Ikram, J. Kaiser and R. Walker eds. Egyptian Bioarchaeology: Humans, Animals, and the Environment. Cairo, 53–66.

Dupras, T. L., L. J. Williams, S. M. Wheeler, P. G. Sheldrick 2016 “Life and Death in the Desert: A Bioarchaeological Study of Human Remains from the Dakhleh Oasis, Egypt,” in: C. Price, R. Forshaw, A. Chamberlain and P. Nicholson eds. Mummies, Magic and Medicine in Ancient Egypt: Multidisciplinary Essays for Rosalie David. Manchester, 286–304. 

Eich, P. 2015 “The common denominator: late Roman imperial bureaucracy from a comparative perspective,” in: W. Scheidel ed. State Power in Ancient Rome and China. Oxford, 90–149. 

Elliott, C. P. 2016 “The Antonine Plague, Climate Change and Local Violence in Roman Egypt,” Past & Present 231, 3–31. 

Erdkamp, P. 2005 The Grain Market in the Roman Empire. A Social, Political and Economic Study. Cambridge.

Erdkamp, P. 2013 “The Food Supply of the Capital,” in: P. Erdkamp ed. The Cambridge Companion to Ancient Rome. Cambridge, 262–277.

Erdkamp, P. 2017 “The grand narrative of climate change, disease and human society. Zooming in on the decline of the Roman world,” Work-in-progress paper economics.yale.edu/sites/default/files/erdkamp_grand_narrative.pdf.

Esper, J., S. S. George, K. Anchukaitis, R. D’Arrigo, F. C. Ljungqvist, J. Luterbacher & al. 2018 “Large-scale, millennial-length temperature reconstructions from tree-rings,” Dendrochronologia, 50, 81–90.

Evans, R.P., D.M. Whitchurch and K. Muhlestein. 2015 “Rethinking Burial Dates at a Graeco-Roman Cemetery: Fag el-Gamous, Fayoum, Egypt,” Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 2, 209–214.

Fairgrieve, S.I. and J.E. Molto. 2000 “Cribra orbitalia in two temporally disjunct population samples from the Dakhleh Oasis, Egypt,” American Journal of Physical Anthropology 111(3), 319–331.

Feldman, M., M. Harbeck, M. Keller, M. A. Spyrou, A. Rott, B. Trautmann, H. C. Scholz, B. Päffgen, J. Peters, M. McCormick, & al. 2016 “A high-coverage Yersinia pestis genome from a 6th-century Justinianic plague victim,” Molecular Biology and Evolution 33, 2911–2923.

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Frankfurter, D. 1998 Religion in Roman Egypt. Assimilation and Resistance. Princeton.

Frankfurter,D. 1993 Elijah in Upper Egypt. TheApocalypse of Elijah and early Egyptian Christianity. Minneapolis.

Frankfurter, D. 2018 Christianizing Egypt: Syncretism and Local Worlds in Late Antiquity. Princeton.

Gale, R., P. Gasson, N. Hepper, G. Killen 2000 “Wood,” in: P. T. Nicholson, I. Shaw, eds. Ancient Egyptian Materials and Technology. Cambridge, 334–371.

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Griggs, C. W., M.C. Kuchar, S.R. Woodward, M.J. Rowe, R.P. Evans, N. Kanawati and N. Iskander. 1993 “Evidences of a Christian population in the Egyptian Fayum and genetic and textile studies of the Akhmim noble mummies,” BYU Studies Quarterly, 33(2), 2. 

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Harper, K. 2016a. “The Environmental Fall of the Roman Empire,” Daedalus 145, 101–111.

Harper, K. 2016b “People, Plagues, and Prices in the Roman World: The Evidence from Egypt,” The Journal of Economic History 76, 803–839.

Harper, K. 2016c “Another eyewitness to the plague described by Cyprian, with notes on the ‘Persecution of Decius’,” Journal of Roman Archaeology 29, 473–476.

Harper, K. 2017 The Fate of Rome. Climate, Disease & the End of an Empire. Princeton and Oxford.

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Herzog, E. 1887 Geschichte und System der Römischen Staatsverfassung, Bd. 2,1. Die Kaiserzeit von der Diktatur Cäsars bis zum Regierungsantritt Diocletians. Leipzig.

Hin, S. 2013 The Demography of Roman Italy: Population Dynamics in an Ancient Conquest Society. 201 BCE–14 CE. Cambridge.

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Hope, C. A. 2001 “Observations on the dating of the occupation at Ismant el-Kharab,” in: G. E. Bowen & al. eds. The Oasis Papers 1. Proceedings of the First International Conference of the Dakhleh Oasis Project, Dakhleh Oasis Project 6. Oxford, 43–59.

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Huebner, S. R. 2003 “Spiegel und soziale Gestaltungskraft alltäglicher Lebenswelt: Der Kult des Men in Lydien und Phrygien,“ in: E. Schwertheim and E. Winter eds. Religion und Region. Götter und Kulte aus dem östlichen Mittelmeerraum. Bonn, 179–200.

Huebner, S. R. 2005 Der Klerus in der Gesellschaft des spätantiken Kleinasiens. Stuttgart.

Huebner, S. R. 2007 “Brother-Sister marriages in Roman Egypt – A Curiosity of Humankind or a Widespread Family Strategy,” Journal of Roman Studies 97, 21–49.

Huebner, S. R. 2009a “Callirhoe’s Dilemma: Remarriage and Stepfathers in the Graeco-Roman East,” in: S. R. Huebner and D. M. Ratzan eds. Growing up Fatherless in Antiquity. Cambridge, 61–82.

Huebner, S. R. 2009b “Fatherless Antiquity? Perspectives on Fatherlessness in the Ancient Mediterranean,” [with D. M. Ratzan] in: S. R. Huebner and D. M. Ratzan eds. Growing up Fatherless in Antiquity. Cambridge, 3–28.

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