Koenraad Verboven, Katelijn Vandorpe, Vandorpe Chankowski (ed.), Pistoi dia tèn technèn: Bankers, Loans, and Archives in the Ancient World: Studies in Honour of Raymond Bogaert. Studia Hellenistica 44. Leuven: Peeters, 2008.
These studies in honour of Raymond Bogaert are divided into four sections: the ancient Near East, the Greek world, Greco-Roman Egypt, and the Roman world, reflecting the range of Bogaert's work on banking matters in Babylonian as well as Classical society. The papers are in English, French, German and Italian. . . .
Greco-Roman Egypt has three papers. Geens writes on bankers' archives dating from the third century BCE to the third CE. Four archives relate to private banks and five to the Royal Bank. Vandorpe and Clarysse write on demotic and bilingual bank receipts, which appear until 43 CE, and suggest that some of the relevant bankers may have been Hellenized Egyptians rather than immigrant Greeks. Lerouxel compares the activities of private banks in Roman Egypt and Italy, as attested in the Murecine archive and Roman papyri.