ï~~Three Unpublished Documents 39 document, since the property is being inherited, the heir would naturally be declaring it for the first time under his own name. 9 pi k oypajiactvou: the aorist participle indicates that the property had not been registered earlier, a situation that would require an attempt to trace the property back to its earlier owners, as suggested by Harmon (n. 8) 200-201. 11 rcepi KcttaX[ixcJ 6 toXoyia: The parallels for this expression use &taOlKq not 6FoXoyia, e.g., POxy. 1.75.12 (129). The use of the term 6oXoyia, and the verb [tpi[(tv in 1. 15 indicate that the property was transferred not by a formal testament (&taOKq) after the death of the testator but rather inter vivos through a so-called donatio mortis causa (cpttr-ia). See Harmon (n. 8) 146-152. For recent discussion of the differences between a 6taO1Kq and a epte aic, see U. Yiftach, "Deeds of Last Will in Graeco-Roman Egypt: A Case 0
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