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p.mich.12.632 = HGV P.Mich. 12 632 = Trismegistos 12296 = michigan.apis.3188



DDbDP transcription: p.mich.12.632 [xml]

AD26 Tebtynis

ἔτους δωδεκάτου Τιβερίου Καίσαρος Σεβαστοῦ μηνὸς
Ὑπερ[β]ερεταίου ἑπτακαιδεκάτηι Μεσωρὴι(*) ι̣ζ̣ ἐν Τεβτῦνι
τῆς Πολέμωνος μερίδος τοῦ Ἀρσινοείτου νομοῦ. ἐμίσ-
θωσ[α]ν Ἁρμάεις ὡς ἐτῶν τριάκοντα τεσσάρων οὐλ(ὴ)
5ἀντικνημίωι ἀριστερῶι καὶ Πατῦνις ὡς ἐτῶν εἴκο-
σι ἐ̣[νν]έ̣α̣ οὐλὴι(*) vac. ? ἀμφοτέρων Μαρε-
ψήμιος καὶ Ἁρυώτης Σοκέος(*) λεσ<ῶν>ις(*) ὡς ἐτῶν
τεσ[σ]αράκοντα τριῶν οὐλὴι(*) < > τοῖς(*) τρισὶ(*) Πέρσες(*) τῆς ἐπι-
γονῆς ἀλλήλων ἔνγυοι εἰς ἔκτισιν Διδύμῳ νεωτέ-
10ρῳ Λυσιμάχωι(*) ὡς̣ ἐ̣[τ]ῶν τριάκοντα οὐλὴι(*) ἀντικ(νη)-
μίω[ι] δεξιῶι μεμ[ισθ]ωκέναι αὐτῶι ἀφʼ ὧν καὶ αὐτοὶ
ἔχο̣υ̣σιν ἐμ(*) μισθώ[σι](*)[ Ἡ]ρακλήου τοῦ Ἡρακλήου
ἐπι[κ]αλουμένου   ̣  ̣[  ̣  ̣]δευτου γῆς ἀρούρας δεκα-
οκτὼι(*) ἐν δυσὶ σφρ[α]γῖσι εἰς χορταράκω̣ν σπορὰν
15[κατ]α̣βρώματος πρ[οβ]άτων, τοῦ Δι[δ]ύμου χορη-
[γοῦντος] ἑ̣αυτῶ̣[ι σπ]έρματα, τῶν [δὲ] μεμισθω-
μέ[νων](*) [τοὺς ποτιμσ]οὺς καὶ χωμ̣[ατισμοὺς ποιου-]
μέ[νων, ὑπὲρ ὧν καὶ] ἀ̣π̣έσχηκαν ο̣ἱ̣ [μεμισθωκότες]
παρ[ὰ τοῦ Διδύμου π]α̣ραχρῆμα δι[ὰ χειρὸς ἐξ]
20[οἴκου - ca.10 -]ποχριων [ -ca.?- ]

Apparatus


^ 2. l. Μεσορὴ
^ 6. l. οὐλὴ
^ 7. l. Σοκέως
^ 7. corr. ex λεσιο
^ 8. l. οὐλὴ
^ 8. l. οἱ
^ 8. l. τρεῖς
^ 8. l. Πέρσαι
^ 10. l. Λυσιμάχου
^ 10. l. οὐλὴ
^ 12. l. ἐν
^ 12. l. μισθώ[σει]
^ 13-14. l. δεκα|οκτὼ
^ 16-17. l. μεμισθω|κότων

Editorial History; All History; (detailed)

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APIS Translation (English)

(Recto);;The twelfth year of Tiberius Caesar Augustus, on the seventeenth of the month Hyperberetaios, Mesore 17, in Tebtynis in the division of Polemon of the Arsinoite nome. Harmaeis, about thirty-four years old, with a scar on the left shin, and Patynis, about twenty-nine years old, with a scar , both sons of Marepsemis, and Haryotes, son of Sokeus, the lesones, about forty-three years old, with a scar <- - ->, the three of them Persians of the epigone and mutual sureties for recovery, have leased (sic) to Didymos the younger, son of Lysimachos, about thirty years old, with a scar on the right shin, to have leased to him, from the land which they themselves have on lease from Herakles, son of Herakles, also called ...deutes, eighteen arourai of land, in two parcels, for the sowing of grass and aracus for the grazing of sheep. Didymos will provide himself with seed, and the lessees (sic) [will maintain the irrigation] and dike systems. [For the land, the lessors] have straightway received from [Didymos] from hand to hand [out of the house] . . .;;(Verso);;. . . Didymos . . .