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Old 10-31-2007, 07:06 AM   #1
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Default Modern Papyrus

By chance, does anyone know how modern day papyrus, specifically referring to that used in Alexandria for souvenir artifacts, compares with that made in ancient times?? I've only reviewed ancient papyrus by photograph. The modern papyrus looks like a very nice medium, but perhaps, it is intentionally upgraded for marketing purposes. However, I'm thinking it actually might represent an Augustus or Claudius ancient papyrus grade.

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