The Arshama Letters from the Bodleian Library (eds. C. J. Tuplin, J. Ma).
This multi-parted, multi-authored work is a preliminary presentation of some of the findings and activities of the AHRC-funded Research Network which explored the documents relating to the Persian satrap of Egypt, Arshama. This work should be considered as a forerunner of, or taster for, the forthcoming volume Arshama and Egypt: The World of an Achaemenid Prince (OUP). All parts can be freely downloaded for research and instruction purposes, and full citation of the editors and authors should be given.
Vol. 1 Introduction (J. Ma, C. J. Tuplin, L. Allen)
Vol. 2 Texts and English translation with glossary (D. G. K. Taylor)
(This volume can also be downloaded as another version with paired Aramaic texts and English translations followed by the glossary, or indeed as separate parts: texts, translation, glossary).
Vol. 3 Commentary (C. J. Tuplin)
Vol. 4 Bibliography and abbreviations