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DDbDP transcription: p.col.3.51 [xml]

251/250BC Philadelphia

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Ζήνωνι χαίρειν
Στο̣ῆτις. ἔλαβον̣
παρὰ Θεμίστου
ἀράκου ἀρ(τάβας) ρλε (ὧν)
5ἐν Ἀρσινόηι οε
ἐν Τρικωμίαι κ
ἐν τῶι Μάρωνος ἐποι-
κίωι μ. (γίνονται) ρλε.
ἐνέτυχον Διογέ-
10νηι(*) καὶ ἐφατο(*) μο̣ι
γεμίσαντα ὑπο̣ζύγι-
α̣ καταστήσειν εἰς
Πτολεμαΐδα. ἐγὼ δὲ
οὐχ ἑώρακα τὰ παρὰ
15Διογένει. ἀπέσταλκα
δέ σοι τὸ δεῖγμα τοῦ πα-
ρὰ Μαρων(*). καὶ ὃ ἂν εὕρῃς
βέλτιον δεῖγμά ἐστιν
τῶν ξ ἀρ(ταβῶν). καὶ τὸ ἕτερον
20δεῖγμά ἐστιν τῶν
οε ἀρ(ταβῶν) τῶν ἐξ Ἀρσινόης.
γέγραφα οὖν σοι ἵνα εἰδῇ\ς/.
σὺ οὖν καλῶς ἂν ποιή-
σαις ἀποστείλας τινὰ
25ὃς παραλήμψεται. πρὸς
Διο̣γένην δὲ οὐ πεπό-
ρευμαι ἕως ἄν μοι ἀποσ-
τείλῃς.
vac. ? ἔρρωσο.
v
30(hand 2) (ἔτους) λε̣ Μ̣εσορὴ ι\γ/
Στοτοῆτις.
30(hand 1) Ζήνωνι

Apparatus


^ r.9-10. l. Διογέ|νει
^ r.10. l. ἔφη
^ r.17. l. Μάρων<ος>

Editorial History; All History; (detailed)

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APIS Translation (English)

To Zenon greeting from Stotoetis. I obtained from Themistos 135 artabs of aracus, of which 75 [were obtained] in Arsinoe, 20 in Trikomia, 40 on the farmstead of Maron, total 135 artabs. I happened to interview Diogenes, and he told me that he would load the pack animals and bring them down to Ptolemais. But I have not seen what Diogenes has. I sent you the sample of the [aracus] from Maron. And the sample which you may find to be better is that of the 60 artabs; and the other sample is that of the 75 artabs from Arsinoe I have written you so that you might be informed. Will you, therefore, kindly send someone to take [them] over? I am not going to Diogenes until you send to me.