Background and Physical Properties
- 5.4 x 5.2 cm
- Conservation Status
- broken off at the top, and slightly at the left, right and bottom
- July 30, 360 A.D.
- Unknown place, province of Egypt
- Karanis, Herakleidou meris, Arsinoite nome, province of Egypt
- Aurelius [- - -], son of Aurelius Paesis
- Type of Text/Title of Work
- Deed of Surety
- End of a deed of surety of a son for his father
- Subject Headings
- Literacy--Egypt--Karanis (Extinct city)
- Constantius II, Emperor, & Iulianus, Caesar, consuls;
- Aurelius [- - -], son of Aurelius Papnouthis;
- Aurelius Papnouthis, his father;
- Aurelius Paesis(?)
- [- - -] and in answer to the formal question I gave my assent. In the consulship of our lords Constantius the eternal Augustus for the 10th time and Iulianus Caesar for the 3rd time, Mesore 6. (2nd hand) I, Aurelius [- - -], stand surety for my father Aurelius Papnouthis and I shall produce him as written above. I, Aurelius Paesis(?), [wrote for him because he is illiterate(?)]
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Information on Publications
Series and Volume Editor Year Pg/Nr Photo SB Preferred Citation Corrections ZPE 106 Sijpesteijn PJ 1995 232-3 Pl IXe SB XXII, 15797 Sijpesteijn PJ, ZPE 106, 232-3, 1995, Pl IXe -- SB XXII, 15797
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