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p.mich.12.627 = HGV P.Mich. 12 627 = Trismegistos 12292 = michigan.apis.1560



DDbDP transcription: p.mich.12.627 [xml]

AD298 Philadelphia

Α[ὐρη]λ(ίῳ) Ὡρίων̣ι̣ βουλ(ευτῇ) βιβλ(ιοφύλακι) ἐ̣γ̣κ̣τ̣ή̣σ̣(εων) Ἀ̣[ρσ]ι̣ν̣ο̣ί̣τ̣ο̣υ̣
(hand 2) π̣[αρὰ Α]ὐρηλίας Ταπάιτος Παπνούθ̣[ιος] μητρὸς Θαι(*)σᾶτ[ος ἀπὸ]
[κώμης Φι]λαδελφίας τῆς Ἡρακλείδου με̣ρ̣[ί]δ̣ος χωρὶς κυρί[ου χρη(ματίζουσα)]
κ̣[ατὰ τὰ Ῥ]ω̣μαίων ἔθη τέκνων δι[κ]αίῳ. ἠγόρασα   ̣[  ̣  ̣  ̣  ̣  ̣  ̣]
5  ̣[  ̣  ̣  ̣  ̣]  ̣  ̣ν γεγονότος ἐνθάδε ἐν Ἀρσινοί(*)τῃ τῇ ἐ̣ν̣[εσ]τ̣ώ̣[σ]ῃ̣
ἡ̣[μέρᾳ] ἐν τῇ αὐτῇ κώμῃ Φιλαδελφίᾳ οἰκίδιον μο[ν]ό̣σ̣τ̣εγ̣ον̣
[μετὰ το]ῦ ἐ̣νόντος μυλαίου ἐν ᾧ ὕ̣(*)παυλις καταπεπ̣[τωκυῖα]
[τιμῆς] ἀ̣ρ̣γ̣υρίου δραχμῶν(*) τρισχιλίων γ̣ί̣(νονται) [(δραχμαὶ) τρισχίλιαι ]
παρὰ Αὐρηλίου Τίτου Οὐαλερίου Γαι(*)ανοῦ Τίτου Οὐαλερί[ου] Σ̣ατρια̣νο̣ῦ̣
10τοῦ καὶ Σερήνου μητρὸς Ἰ(*)ουλίας Ἀντινοέους καὶ ὡ̣ς̣ χ̣ρ̣η(ματίζει)
μὴ ἀπογεγραμμένου. διὸ ἐπιδίδωμει(*) εἰς τὸ τὴν̣ [π]αρά[θεσιν]
γενέσθαι ἀκολούθως ᾧ παρεθέμην εἴσῳ(*) τοῦ χ[ρη]μ̣α̣τ̣ι̣σ̣-
μοῦ τῆς πράσεως. ὁπόταν γὰρ τὴν ἀπογραφὴν αὐτ[οῦ] π[οιῶ(μαι)],
ἀποδίξω(*) ὡς ὑπάρχει καί ἐστ̣ι̣ καθαρὸν μηδενὶ κρατούμεν[ον],
15ε̣ἰ̣ δὲ φανίη(*) ἑτέρῳ προσηκω(*) ἢ προκατεσχημένο̣ν̣(*) τ̣ὸ̣ ο̣ἰκίδιο̣ν̣
διὰ τοῦ βιβλιοφυλακίου, μὴ ἔσσεσθαι(*) ἐμπόδι̣ον ἐκ τῆ[σδε] τῆ[ς]
παραθέσεως. (hand 1) Αὐρήλ(ιος) Ὡρίων βουλ(ευτὴς) βιβλ(ιοφύλαξ) ἐγκτ̣ή̣σ̣(εων) Ἀρσ̣ι(νοίτου) Traces

Apparatus


^ 2. θαϊσατ[οσ] papyrus
^ 5. αρσινοϊτη papyrus
^ 7. ϋπαυλισ papyrus
^ 8. corr. ex δραχμας
^ 9. γαϊανου papyrus
^ 10. ϊουλιασ papyrus
^ 11. l. ἐπιδίδωμι
^ 12. l. ἴσῳ
^ 14. l. ἀποδείξω
^ 15. l. φανείη
^ 15. l. προσῆκον
^ 15. corr. ex προκατεσχημενω̣
^ 16. l. ἔσεσθαι

Editorial History; All History; (detailed)

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APIS Translation (English)

To Aurelius Horion, senator and archivist of the registry of real property of the Arsinoite nome (2nd hand) from Aurelia Tapais, daughter of Papnouthis and Thaisas, from the [village] of Philadelphia of the division of Herakleides, acting without a guardian in accordance with the customs of the Romans in virtue of the ius liberorum. I purchased (in accordance with a contract) drawn up here in the Arsinoite nome on the present day a building of one story, formerly a mill, in which there is a dilapidated yard, located in the same village of Philadelphia, at a price of three thousand drachmai of silver, equal [three thousand drachmai], from Aurelius Titus Valerius Gaianus, son of Titus Valerius Satrianus also called Serenus and of Iulia, Antinoite and however he is styled, not registered. Accordingly, I submit the application that a provisional entry be made in accordance with the copy of the contract of sale which I have deposited. For when I submit the declaration for this property, I shall show that it belongs to me and is unencumbered and unclaimed by anyone, but if the building should appear to belong to another or to be subject to a previous claim through the record office, there shall be no hindrance from the present entry.;(1st hand) Aurelius Horion, senator and archivist of the registry of real property of the Arsinoite nome . . .