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p.leid.inst.21 = HGV P.Lugd. Bat. 25 21 = Trismegistos 5235 = leidenpapinst.apis.p0070



DDbDP transcription: p.leid.inst.21 [xml]

78BC Arsinoiton Polis, Krokodilopolis, Ptolemais Euergetis

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ἔτους γ Παῦνι λ πέ(πτωκεν) ἐπὶ τὴν
ἐν Π̣το(λεμαίδι) Ε̣ὐ̣ε̣ργέ(τιδι) τρά(πεζαν) Φιλοξένῳ τρα(πεζίτῃ)
ὡς βα(σιλεῖ) παρὰ Ἑλένης τῆς
Ἀφροδισίου τέλος ἀμ(πελῶνος) συνφύ(του) ἀναδενδρα(δικοῦ)
5ἡμιαρου(ρίου) ἢ ὅσων ἐὰν ᾖ καὶ τοῦ
ἐπιβάλλοντος (πέμπτου) μέ(ρους) ὑποδοχ(είου)
καὶ κρή(νης) λιθίνης καὶ τῶν συ(γκυρόντων) πά(ντων)
τῶν ὄντων ἐν β(  )   ̣η  ̣ς(  ) κα̣ι̣  ̣  ̣υφο(  )
περὶ Ἰβιῶνα (Εἰκοσιπενταρούρων) τῆς Πο(λέμωνος) με(ρίδος), γί(τονες)(*) νό(του)
10Σενήσιος τῆς(*) Ζωισίμου ἀμ(πελὼν)
διʼ οὗ ποτίζε(ται) ὁ προγεγρ(αμμένος) ἀμ(πελών), βο(ρρᾶ) εἴσο(δος) κοι(νὴ)
καὶ ὑδραγω(γός), λι(βὸς) Ἰσιδώρας τῆς Ἰσιδώ̣ρ̣ο̣υ̣ ἀμ(πελών),
ἀπη(λιώτου)Ἡρωίδου τοῦ Ἀπολλωνίου ἐλαιονο-
παράδει(*)(σος) ἀνὰ μέ(σον) οὔσης τῆς   ̣η̣ς
15Ἑλένης δι⟦ο̣υ̣⟧  ̣υπ  ̣(  ) β, ὧν ἔφη ἠγο̣(ρακέναι) α̣ὐ(τὸν)
<κατὰ> συγγρ(αφὴν) παρὰ Ζωισίμου τοῦ Νικάνορος
καὶ τῆς τούτου γυναικὸς Διοδώρας
τῆς Καλ̣λ̣ί̣ω̣νος (ταλάντων) ι χα(λκοῦ) πρ(ὸς) ἀργύ(ριον) (τάλαντον) α,
(γίνεται) (τάλαντον) α.
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(stamp) Πτολεμαίου (ἔτους) γ̣

Apparatus


^ r.9. l. γεί(τονες)
^ r.10. corr. ex του
^ r.13-14. l. ἐλαιωνο|παράδει

Editorial History; All History; (detailed)

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HGV 5235 Translation (Englisch) [xml]

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(Translation: P. L. Bat. 25.21)1 2  Year 3, Payni 30. Paid into the bank of Ptolemais Euergetis to Philoxenus the banker as for the king, by Helene, daughter of Aphrodisius, as tax for a cultivated vineyard where the vines grow up the trees, of a half aroura, or as many as there might be, and for the concomitant fifth part of a reservoir and of a stone well and all appurtenances which are in ... near Ibion Eikosipentarouron in the district of Polemon, the adjacent properties being: on the South a vineyard of Senesis, daughter of Zosimus, through which the above-mentioned vineyard is watered, on the North a common entrance and an irrigation channel, on the West a vineyard of Isidora, daughter of Isidorus, on the East a garden with olive-plantation of Herodes, son of Apollonius, being in the middle, the ... belonging to Helene through ..., on the 10 talents for which she stated to have bought it by contract from Zosimus, son of Nikanor and his wife Diodora, daughter of Kallion, one talent in copper against silver, total 1 talent.

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(stamp) Year 3 of Ptolemaios