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p.oxy.74.4990 = HGV P.Oxy. 74 4990 = Trismegistos 128295



DDbDP transcription: p.oxy.74.4990 [xml]

(hand 2) vac. ? ἐνε(τάγη) [ -ca.?- ]
(hand 1) Ἡράμμωνι τῷ κα[ὶ Κάστορι στρατηγῷ καὶ Σαραπανού-]
βιδι βασιλι[κῷ γραμματεῖ]
παρὰ Πετεα̣ρ  ̣[ -ca.?- ]
5Διοδώρου μητρ[ὸς -ca.?- ]
θέσει Διογένους ἐπικαλουμ[ένου - ca.4 - καὶ - ca.4 -]
γένους τοῦ κ(αὶ) Διον(υσίου(?)) Ἑρμογένο̣[υς τοῦ - ca.4 - μητρὸς]
Ἀρτέμειτος(*) ἀμφοτ(έρων) [ἀπ’ Ὀξυρύγ(χων) πόλ(εως). κατὰ]
τὰ κελευσθέντα ὑπ̣[ὸ Τινηΐου Δημητρίου τοῦ λαμ(προτάτου)]
10ἡγε(μόνος) καὶ Αὐρηλίου Οὐηριαν[οῦ] τ̣ο̣ῦ̣ [ἡγεμονεύσ(αντος)]
ἀπογρα(φόμεθα) πρὸς τὴν τοῦ διελ(θόντος) κη (ἔτους) Αὐρηλίο̣[υ Κομμόδου]
Ἀντωνίνου Καίσαρ̣ος τοῦ κυρίου κατ’ [οἰκ(ίαν) ἀπο(γραφὴν)]
τὸ ὑ(*)πάρχον ἡμεῖν(*) ἐξ ἴσου ἐπ’ ἀμφόδ(ου) Δρ[όμου]
Θοήριδος πρότ(ερον) Ἐπιτέλους Ἐπιτέλους [τοῦ Ἐπι-]
15τέλους μητ(ρὸς) Θαΐ(*)δος ἀπὸ τῆς (αὐτῆς) πόλ(εως) κληρο[νομι-]
κῷ δικαίῳ ἀκολούθ(ως) ᾗ ἔθετο διαθ(ήκῃ) τῇ καὶ λυθ̣[εί-]
σῃ οἰκείδιον̣(*) [ -ca.?- ]  ̣  ̣  ̣  ̣  ̣ μέρος ἐφ’ οὗ ἀπογρ[αφόμεθα]
αὐτὸς [ἐ]γ̣ὼ [Πετεαρ  ̣  ̣](  ) [  ̣]  ̣[ -ca.?- ]
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Apparatus


^ 8. l. Ἀρτέμιτος
^ 13. ϋπαρχον papyrus
^ 13. l. ἡμῖν
^ 15. θαϊδοσ papyrus
^ 17. l. οἰκίδιον

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HGV 128295 Translation (Englisch) [xml]


(2nd hand) It has been enrolled (or: attached).
break (1st hand) To Herammon alias Castor, strategus, and Sarapanubis, royal scribe, from Petear— son of . . . , grandson of Diodorus, mother . . . , adopted son of Diogenes surnamed . . . , and from —genes alias Dionysius(?) son of Hermogenes, grandson of . . . , mother Artemis, both from the city of the Oxyrhynchi. According to the orders of the prefect Tineius Demetrius, vir clarissimus, and Aurelius Verianus, the ex-prefect, we register for the house by house registration of the past 28th year of Aurelius Commodus Antoninus Caesar the lord, a . . . part of a small house, formerly belonging to Epiteles son of Epiteles, grandson of Epiteles, mother Thais, from the same city, in the quarter of the Avenue of Thoeris, belonging to us in equal shares by right of inheritance in accordance with the testament that was opened, in which we register ourselves:
break I, myself, Petear— . . . (N. Litinas)