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APIS ID:
939
Holding Institution:
Bancroft Library, Univ. of Calif., Berkeley
Call Number: 
P.Tebt.0700 Recto (2)
Location: 
Vault; 1 frame (3/3 Recto)
Author: 
Dionysios (Trapezites)
Type of Text/Title: 
Receipt for payment of money into the bank
Section/Side: 
Also on recto: Receipt of payments to bank; on Verso: (1) Demotic text, (2) Account
Publication/Side: 
Recto published; verso unpublished
Material: 
Pap
Items: 
1
Size: 
22.4 x 15.4 cm.
Lines: 
2 cols. (27+ lines) on recto along the fibers.
Physical Properties: 
Margins: top, 1.2 cm.; bottom, 2.6 cm.; space between col. I and II: 3.3 cm.
Paleographic Description: 
Regular semi-uncial.
Publication Status: 
published
Textual Date: 
46th year of Ptolemy VIII Eurgetes II, 4th of the Egyptian month Pachon.
Modern Date: 
124 B.C.
Origin: 
Krokodilon polis
UC Inventory Number: 
1201, 1202
Provenance: 
Mummy cartonnage at Tebtunis 2 and 3
Language: 
Greek
Genre: 
Receipts, Ptolemaic Period; Royal ordinances (Ptolemaic law)
Content: 
The text is an official receipt for payment of the price and appropriate taxes for a plot of land bought by Ammonios son of Taurinos; the text includes copies of all official documentation including a royal decree concerning the property of various associations.
Subject: 
Associations, institutions, etc.; Banks and banking; Land costs; Land taxation
Persons: 
Theon; Ammonios, Son of Taurinos; Ischyrion (Basilikos Grammateus)
Geographica: 
Krokodilon polis; Oxyrhyncha; Polemonos meris
Publications: 
P.Tebt., III.700, lines 80-105; C. Ptol. Sklav., no. 11, lines 80-105.
Bibliography Corrections: 
See ZPE 68 (1987), p. 71-72 and n. 188.
Translation: 
(lines 1-8): The 46th year, Pachon 4. Paid into the bank at Krokodilon polis to Dionusios, banker, to the king's credit for the separate account of receipts, from Ammonios in accordance with the appended statement, 7 talents of copper on the silver standard, tax 4200 drachmas, for the sixtieth 700 dr., for the thousandth 42 dr. Theon to Dionusios, greeting. Receive from Ammonios, Ischurion the basilikos grammateus countersigning, 7 talents of copper on the silver standard and the tenth (?) and other proper taxes, and pay over to the royal treasury, in accordance with the appended statement. The 46th year ... (Then follows a copy of the document from Ammonios).
Transcription: 
Click here to see the Greek text of this document in a separate window (from the Duke Databank of Documentary Papyri).
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