Need to hone your papyrology skills? These puzzles will help you fine tune your familiarity with ancient Greek scripts while exercising the spatial cognition regions of your brain. (Well, maybe not, but they're FUN!).
Oops! You dropped the ostrakon while you were studying it and now it's ruined. Now you've got to put it back together before your boss finds out and tells you, "you're fired!"
While preparing a paper on first century land agreements, you've come across a badly fragmented papyrus. This text could be a huge help to your argument, but you can't read it until you put the fragments back together!
Oh no. While digging through old archives in the collection, you've discovered a box full of fragments, but clearly they belong to more than one document. Now you've got to separate the fragments based on palaeographic evidence and restore the original texts.
These puzzles were created from images of texts from the Michigan Papyrus Collection and free puzzle-making software from Jigzone.com.