Background and Physical Properties
- Recto; Verso is blank
- 10.6 x 20.7 cm
- 19 lines
- Conservation Status
- A light-brown papyrus, cut off regularly on all sides. At the left-hand side there is a margin of 1.5 cm., at the top one of slightly more than 1.5 cm., at the bottom one of 7 cm. At the right-hand side the lines run up to the very edge. The papyrus is only slightly damaged at the folds (2 vertical). There is a kollesis at 1 cm. from the right-hand side. The papyrus would seem to have been used before.
- Palaeographic Description
- The text runs parallel to the fibers. The hand, writing thin letters, is well-trained. The text has faded badly. From line 13 onwards the text has been washed off.
- Department of Special Collections; Memorial Library; Madison; Wisconsin
- September 8, 148 A.D.
- Theadelphia, Themistou meris, Arsinoite nome, province of Egypt
- Ptolemaios son of Diodoros alias Dioskoros
- Type of Text/Title of Work
- Fishery Account
- The papyrus contains the account of the revenues from fishing over a period of five days, submitted by the inspectors charged with the superintendence of the pasture-lands and the brushwood. Every five days these inspectors has been submitted an account of the revenues from fishing to the strategus, the basilikos grammateus and probably also to the komogrammateus.
- Subject Headings
- Account of the revenues
- Basilikos grammateus
- Ptolemaios, son of Diodoros, alias Dioskoros;
- Philippos, son of Aphrodisios;
- Lucius, son of Apolinarios;
- Philippos, son of Heraklides;
- Leontas, son Leontis.
- To Theon, strategus of the Arsinoites of the division of Themistes and Polemon, from Ptolemaios, son of Diodoros, alias Dioskoros, and Philippos, son of Aphrodisios and Lucius, son of Apolinarios, and Philippos, son of Heraklides, and Leontas, son Leontis, and fellow-inspectors of the pastures and the brushwood of Theadelphia and Polydeukia. Account of revenues over the inspection period in question concerning fishing from the 6th up to and including the 10th of the month of Thoth of the present 12th year of Antoninus Caesar, the lord. [ .] I, Ptolemaios, son of Diodoros have submitted it. Year 12 of Antoninus Caesar, the lord, the 11th Thoth.
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Information on Publications
Series and Volume Editor Year Pg/Nr Photo SB Preferred Citation Corrections PWisc I Sijpesteijn P.J. 1967 37 Plate XIV Sijpesteijn P.J., PWisc I, 37, 1967, Plate XIV
Information on Publications--Bibliography
- Hagedorn Dieter, Bemerkungen zu einigen Wisconsin Papyri. ZPE 1 (1967) pp. 143-160; Lewis Naphtali, Noemata legontos. 19-29, BASP 5 (1968) pp. 25-30.
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