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DDbDP transcription: sb.20.14283 [xml]

II spc Theadelphia
[Reprinted from: .] P.Col. 10 268

Ὡριγένης [Ἰ]σ̣χυ̣[ρ]ίων̣ο̣ς̣ γραμ-
ματεὺς γεωργῶν κώμης Θεαδελφ̣εί(ας)
Εὐδαίμωνι Θεογίτ[ο]ν̣ος(*) ἐπειτηρ(ητῇ)(*)
τῆς αὐτῆς κόμης(*) χαίρειν. ἀπέσ-
5χον παρὰ σοῦ ἃς παρείληφες(*)
παρὰ δημοσίων καὶ οὐσιακῶν
γεωργῶν τῆς κ̣[ώ]μ̣ης ἀργυρίου
δραχμὰς δεισχειλείας(*) φ̣εντακο-
σίας(*) ὀβολοὶ(*) δεκατρεῖς (γίνονται) (δραχμαὶ) Βφ (ὀβολοὶ) ιγ
10αἵπε̣ρ ἐ̣χώρησα̣ν παρό̣ντ̣[ο]ς
Σω̣κρά̣τους τοῦ [κ]α̣ὶ Θέωνο[ς] Ἡρώδ̣[ου τοῦ](*)
καὶ Λ̣ο̣υ̣[ρίο]υ̣ μαχαιροφόρου Ἰσιδώρωι
Ὡρίω[ν]ος ἐπε̣ιτηρητῇ(*) Ἀπ[ι]ά̣δ̣ος καὶ
σιτολ[ό]γ̣[ο]ι̣[ς] \ὡς/ εἰς τιμὴν φακο̣ῦ̣
15αἱ προκ(είμεναι) (δραχμαὶ) Βφ (ὀβολοὶ) ιγ. Ὡριγένης ὁ προ-
γεγραμμένος ἔγραψα (ἔτους) τρίτου
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Apparatus


^ 3. l. Θεογείτονος
^ 3. l. ἐπιτηρητῇ
^ 4. l. κώμης
^ 5. l. παρείληφας
^ 8. l. δισχιλίας
^ 8-9. l. πεντακο|σίας
^ 9. l. ὀβολοὺς
^ 11. or Ἥρ̣ων[ος τοῦ]
^ 13. l. ἐπιτηρητῇ

Editorial History; All History; (detailed)

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DDbDP transcription: p.col.10.268 [xml]

AD 194/195? Theadelphia
[Reprinted in: .] SB 20.14283

Editorial History; All History; (detailed)

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APIS Translation (English)

Horigenes, son of Ischyrion, secretary of the cultivators of the village of Theadelphia, to Eudaimon, son of Theogiton, epiteretes in the same village, greetings. I have received from you, in silver, the sum of two thousand five hundred drachmas and thirteen obols, total 2500 dr. 13 ob., that you had received from the cultivators of the public and imperial land of the village, and which sum, in the presence of the sword-bearer Socrates, also called Theon, son of Heron, also called Lourios, went to Isidoros, son of Horion, epiteretes at Apias and to the sitologoi as for the price of lentils; total of the above-mentioned, 2500 dr. 13 ob. I, the aforesaid Horigenes, have written (this document). Year three . . .