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DDbDP transcription: p.princ.2.29 [xml]

AD258 Philadelphia

Αὐρηλ[ίῳ Ἀπολλω(?)]ν̣ί̣ῳ τῷ καὶ Ἱέρακι
στρα(τηγῷ) Ἀρσι(νοίτου) Ἡ̣[ρακλείδου] μερίδος
παρʼ Αὐ[ρηλίου Ἀσό]ειτος Παυ-
σείρεως [ἀπὸ κώ]μης Φιλαδελ-
5φίας ἕν[εκα] τοῦ ἀδελφοῦ μου
Ἀτάμ’μ[ω]ν[ος κ]α̣τ̣α̣γενομένων
ἐν κώμῃ [Κα]μ̣ίνου. διὰ τὴν γενο-
μένην ἡμ[ῖν] ὑ̣π̣ὸ̣ τῶν Λιβύων
ἐπέλευσι[ν τ]οῦ ἀδελφοῦ μου
10Ἀτάμ’μωνο[ς πρό]χθες καταπε-
σόντος δι[  ̣  ̣  ̣  ̣  ̣]ω̣ν̣ ἀπὸ δώμα-
τος ἠσ[θένησε]ν̣ ἐν τῇ αὐτῇ
κώμῃ ὁ ἀ[θεράπευ]τ̣ος καὶ αὐτοῦ
πλήξ[εις πολλὰς] ἔχοντος
15ἀλλὰ καὶ̣ [ἀθεραπε]ύτου γενομέ-
νου ἐπι[δίδωμι] τάδε τὰ βιβλ[ί-]
δια ἀξι[ῶν ἐν καταχω]ρισμῷ γε-
νέσθαι μὴ [μηδὲν] ἀνθρωπει-
νὸν(*) αὐτῷ σ[υμβ]ῇ. διευτύχει.
20Ἀσόει[ς ἐτῶν] μ̣, ἀντικ(νημίοις) οὐλαί.
(ἔτους) ϛ Α[ὐτο]κρατόρων Καισάρω[ν -ca.?- ]
Πουπλίου Λικιν[νίο]υ Οὐαλεριανοῦ
καὶ Πουπλίου Λ[ικι]ννίου Οὐαλεριανοῦ
Γαλλιηνοῦ Γερ[μ]ανικῶν μεγίστων
25Εὐσεβῶν Εὐτ[υχῶν καὶ Π]ουπλίου Λικκινίου
Κορνηλίου Σαλ[ωνίνο]υ Οὐαλεριανοῦ
τοῦ ἐπιφαν[εστάτου] Καίσαρος Σεβαστῶ(ν),
Θὼ[θ   ̣]α̣.

Apparatus


^ 18-19. l. ἀνθρωπι|νὸν

Editorial History; All History; (detailed)

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APIS Translation (English)

To Aurelius Apollonius, also called Hierax, strategos of the Herakleides division of the Arsinoite nome from Aurelius Asoeis, son of Pauseris from the village of [l. 5] Philadelphia concerning my brother Atammon residing in the village of Kaminou. Since during the raid on us of the Lybians my brother [l. 10] Atammon yesterday fell from the roof of the house, which my brother owns in the same village. He is in critical condition and has numerous fractures, [l 15] and therefore since he is in critical condition, I am supplying this petition asking to have it registered in case the human thing happens to him [i.e. in case my brother dies]. Be well. [l. 20] Asoeis, 40 years old, with a scar on the left shin. The 6th year of the Emperors Caesars Publius Licinnius Valerianus and Publius Licinnius Valerianus Gallienus, Germanici Maximi [l. 25] Pii Felices, and Publius Licinnius Cornelius Saloninus Valerianus the most illustrious Caesar, Augusti, the .1st of Thoth.