(Research Assistant, 2005–2008)
Myrto Malouta studied Classics at University College London. She completed a DPhil in Greek Papyrology at the University of Oxford, under the supervision of Prof. P. J. Parsons. She is currently a research assistant for OXREP and a junior research fellow at Worcester College, Oxford. Her research lies in the areas of Roman social and economic history, Papyrology, and history of Graeco-Roman Egypt. Her main current project focuses on the quantification of documentary evidence concerning demography and agricultural activity in Roman Egypt. At the same time she is working on a study of the city of Antinoopolis, and examining the implications of fatherlessness as lack of legitimate paternity in Roman Egypt.