Gaius Iulius Apollinarius, soldier of the Legio III Cyrenaica, frumentarius of Rome, to Sabinus, son of Sokrates, from the village of Karanis in the Arsinoite nome, greetings.
I acknowledge that I have leased to you the two arourai [[of an olive grove]] of grain-bearing land near the same village, and one-half and one-fourth of an aroura near Bacchias, and two arourai of an olive grove near Karanis in the so-called Onkos, and one(?) aroura of an olive grove near Alkias(?), and two arourai near Hiera, for which I have received the rents for three years from the present 4th year of Hadrian the lord; all expenses and labor and taxes, and whatever public or private charges may be owed on them devolving upon [me(?)], the estates suffering no diminution, as has been agreed upon; on the further condition that Sabinus, son of Sokrates, shall return the two arourai of olive grove near [[Bacchias]] 'Hiera' in full cultivation.
4th year of the Emperor Caesar Trajan Hadrian Augustus, Thoth the third(?), 3.
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Husselman EM, PMich IX, 562, 1971, Pl. X -- BL VI, 83 (date; l. 12); BL VII, 113 (line 11).
BL VI, 83 (date; l. 12); BL VII, 113 (line 11).
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J. Bingen, CE 46 (1971) 373; D. Hennig, ZPE 9 (1972) p. 118, n. 26; J.R. Rea, JEA 60 (1974) p. 294.
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