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Record Details

Inventory Number
P.Mich.inv. 1273
Processing Number
1358
Section/Side
Recto
Image Side
Recto

Background and Physical Properties

Publ./Side
Recto; Verso is blank
Connections
Duplicate of P.Mich. V, 323 (inv. 1264) and P.S.I. VIII, 903; P.Mich. V, 325 (inv. 675) is an additional copy of two of the subscriptions. - Archive of Kronion son of Apion, nomographos of the grapheion of Tebtynis
Material
Pap
Size
21.5 x 28 cm
Items
1
Lines
33
Mounted
No
Negative
No
Conservation Status
complete
Status
published
Library
Ann Arbor

Contents

Date
February 23, 47 A.D.
Origin
Tebtynis, Polemonos meris, Arsinoite nome, province of Egypt
Provenance
Tebtynis, Polemonos meris, Arsinoite nome, province of Egypt
Acquisition
Acquired from Nahman; reached the University in 1923
Language
Greek
Genre
Documentary
Author
Haryotes the elder, Kronion, and Haryotes the younger, also called Arabarches, sons of Herodion
Type of Text/Title of Work
Division of Property
Content
Contract for the division among three brothers, Haryotes the elder, Kronion, and Haryotes the younger, of four slaves inherited from their father, Herodion; the services of one of these is however reserved, in accordance with the terms of Herodion's will, for the mother Taorseus, for as long as she lives
Subject Headings
Family
Health
Inheritance
Slave
Woman
Persons
Claudius, Emperor;
Heryotes presbyteros son of Herodion and Taorseus (see also P.Mich. V, 339);
Kronion son of Herodion and Taorseus (see also P.Mich. II, 123, verso, col. VIII, l. 8?);
Haryotes alias Arabarches son of Herodion and Taorseus;
Thermoutharion, doule;
Sambous, doule;
Heraklas, doulos;
Heraklous, chole, doule;
Taorseus daughter of Haryotes, widow of Herodion
Geographica
Tebtynis, Polemonos meris, Arsinoite nome
Translation
The seventh year of Tiberius Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus Imperator, the twenty-ninth of the month Xandikos, the twenty-ninth of Mecheir, in Tebtynis in the division of Polemon of the Arsinoite nome. Haryotes, about thirty-five years old, with a scar below his left jaw, and Kronion, about thirty years old, with a scar on his left forearm, and Haryotes the younger, also called Arabarches, about twenty-seven years old, with a scar above his left eyebrow, the three sons of Herodion, acknowledge that they have divided among themselves by mutual agrement, by a division at the present time, from the present day forever, the four slaves that belong to them by inheritance from their father, Thermoutharion and Sambous and Heraklas and Heraklous, who is lame; and that Haryotes the elder has received as his share Sambous with the slave offspring that shall come from her, and Kronion has received as his share the aforesaid Heraklas, and Haryotes the younger, also called Arabarches, has received as his share the aforesaid slaves, Thermoutharion and the lame Heraklous, with the slave offspring that shall come from them; and they agree that the service of the slave Thermoutharion to the mother of the contracting parties, Taorseus, daughter of Haryotes, which was assigned to her by their father, for as long as she shall live, shall continue. Each of the contracting parties, therefore, and his heirs and assigns shall own and possess the shares they have received from the present day forever indisputably, and no one of the contracting parties shall proceed against what the others have received in any way. If any of the contracting parties violates any of the aforesaid provisions, the one who does not abide by the contract shall pay the one who does abide by it double the amount of the damages and expenses and a fine of fifteen hundred silver drachmai, and a like amount to the treasury. Nonetheless, in addition to the terms of the contract remaining valid, it shall be just as they have of their own free will agreed about everything. The signatures of the contracting parties are in the own hands of the three of them. The rest in conformity with the contract (sic).
(2nd hand) I, Haryotes, son of Herodion, have joined in making a division at the present time, and have received as my share the aforesaid slave, Sambous, and I will do everything as aforesaid.
(3rd hand) I, Kronion, son of Herodion, have joined in making a division at the present time, and have received as my share the aforesaid slave, Heraklas, and I will do everything as aforesaid.
(4th hand) I, Haryotes the younger, also called Arabarches, son of Herodion, have joined in making a division at the present time, and have received as my share the two aforesaid slaves, Thermoutharion and Heraklous, who is lame, and I will do everything as aforesaid.

Information on Publications

Publications
Series and Volume Editor Year Pg/Nr Photo SB Preferred Citation Corrections
PMich V Husselman EM 1944 324 Husselman EM, PMich V, 324, 1944

Availability/System Requirements

Institution
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Cataloging

Cataloger
PH
Year Begin
47
Year End
47

Technical Details

Image Size
3480 x 4608
File Size
2 MB
Record
1358
Link to this Item
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