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Abstract The topic of this article is P.Zauzich 59 (= P.Mich. V 342), a first century AD Demotic tax-receipt issued by the priests of Soknebtunis for a payment of a fee on the transfer of property, i.e. the impost widely known as διδραχμία τοῦ Σούχου. In addition to some new interpretations of...
Abstract Edition of a Byzantine memorandum in the form of a short letter. The text gives instructions for a private individual who is traveling to Constantinople, including the delivery of correspondence. There is evidence that the papyrus was repaired both in antiquity and by a modern...
Abstract Edition of a 5th century papyrus from the Würzburg collection containing a petition (perhaps within proceedings) with the decision of a praeses. The matter of the request concerns the cursus publicus.
Abstract P.Fay. 224 is a private letter, found at Euhemeria in the Fayûm, from Ninnaros to his son Zosimos, informing him that he has sent him money and oil so that he should lack nothing, and urging him to take care of his own affairs.
Abstract Publication of six papyrus fragments in the Beinecke Library dating from late antiquity: an administrative letter probably relating to the transport of the grain tax to Alexandria (1); a work contract from Oxyrhynchus (2); a loan of three artabas of wheat (3); an Arsinoite loan or sale...
Abstract A hitherto overlooked papyrus in the British Library reveals how Egyptian villagers managed the payment of their annual poll-tax quota in early Islamic Egypt. This text forms part of the archive of a moneylender in 8th h century Thebes, Daniel son of Pachom, which shows him to be a...
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