Background and Physical Properties
- 18 x 12.4 cm
- Conservation Status
- broken off on the left and right sides, and at the bottom
- ca. 152 A.D.
- Karanis or other place, Herakleidou meris, Arsinoite nome, province of Egypt
- Karanis, Herakleidou meris, Arsinoite nome, province of Egypt
- Type of Text/Title of Work
- Top of a column belonging to a petition(?) concerning a property which the petitioner claims to have acquired in 139/140 A.D., but for which he has already petitioned the prefect and two strategoi in 149/150 and 150/151, because a certain Petheus, son of Petheus, and his family have tried to remove the profits of it.
- Subject Headings
- Land Ownership
- Antoninus Pius, Emperor;
- Petheus son of Petheus (& unnamed children);
- Herakleides, former strategos (of the Herakleidou meris);
- [Lucius Munatius Felix(?)], prefect of Egypt;
- Hierax, strategos (of the Herakleidou meris)
- (Text too fragmentary to be translated).
- Perseus Link
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Information on Publications
Series and Volume Editor Year Pg/Nr Photo SB Preferred Citation Corrections ZPE 106 Sijpesteijn PJ 1995 216-218 Pl. VIIIa SB XXII, 15782 Sijpesteijn PJ, ZPE 106, 216-218, 1995, Pl. VIIIa -- SB XXII, 15782
Information on Publications--Bibliography
- Concerning the handwriting: Brent Nongbri, The Use and Abuse of P52: Papyrological Pitfalls in the Dating of the Fourth Gospel, HThR 98 (2005), 23-48, esp. p. 41
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