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p.oxy.2.254 = HGV P.Oxy. 2 254 = Trismegistos 20524 = uts.apis.8

DDbDP transcription: p.oxy.2.254 [xml]

ca. AD 20 Oxyrhynchus

Εὐτυχίδῃ καὶ Θέωνι τοπ(ογραμματεῦσι) καὶ κω(μογραμματεῦσι)
παρὰ Ὡρίωνος τοῦ Πετοσίριος ἱερέος(*) Ἴσιδ(ος)
θεᾶς μεγί(στης) ἱεροῦ Δύο Ἀδελφο͂ν(*) λεγομένου
τοῦ ὄντος ἐπ[ὶ το]ῦ πρὸς [Ὀ]ξυρύγχων πό-
5λει Σαραπιήου ἐν λαύρᾳ Μυροβαλάνου.
εἴσιν [ο]ἱ καταγινόμεν(οι) ἐν τῇ ὑπαρχούσῃ
μοι καὶ τῇ γυ(ναικὶ) Τάσιδι καὶ Ταύριος(*) Ἁρβίχιος
καὶ Πανποντῶτι(*) Νεχθεσόριος καὶ Θαε\χ/μέ-
ρη οἰκίᾳ ἐν τῷ προκιμέν(ῳ) Δύο Ἀδελ(φῶν) λεγομέ(νῳ),
10ὧν εἶναι·
  ̣[- ca.9 -]ων μη(τρὸς) Σινθεῶ(τος) ἄτεχ(νος) απε̣  ̣  ̣(  )
[  ̣  ̣  ̣]εκνεχει πατρὶ κα̣ι̣  ̣[⁦ -ca.?- ⁩]
[  ̣  ̣  ̣]  ̣ ἱερῷ (ἐτῶν)   ̣ μ̣έ̣(σος) μελ(ίχρως) μ̣α̣(κρο)π̣ρ̣(όσωπος) [⁦ -ca.?- ⁩]
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^ 2. l. ἱερέως
^ 3. l. Ἀδελφῶν
^ 7. l. Ταυρίῳ
^ 8. corr. ex παντοντωτο

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HGV 20524 Translation (English) [xml]

(Translation: from P.Oxy. 2) To Eutychides and Theon, topogrammateis and komogrammateis, from Horion, son of Petosiris, priest of Isis, the most great goddess, of the temple called that of the Two Brothers situated by the Serapeum at Oxyrhynchus in Myrobalanus quarter. The inhabitants of the house, which belongs to me and my wife Tasis and to Taurius, son of Harbichis, and to Papontôs, son of Nechthosiris, and to Thaëchmere (?), in the aforesaid (temple) of the Two Brothers, are as follows: ...

APIS Translation (English)

[recto] To Eutychides and Theon, secretaries of the region and of the village, from Orion the son of Petosiris, priest of Isis the greatest Goddess, of the shrine called the Two Brothers, which is at the Sarapeum in Oxyrhynchus on Myrobalanos street. There are residents in the house which belongs to me and my wife Tasis and Taurios son of Arbichis and Panpontos son of Nechthesoris and Thaechmere in the aforesaid so-called Two Brothers, who include: N.N. whose mother is Sintheos, plain, ... father and... shrine, years... medium, honey-colored skin, with a broad face...