ï~~ 106 T.M. Hickey and Brendan J. Haug 18 OcV66xog: for the orthography, cf. Forster, WB, s.v., and Gignac, Gram. 1:274. According to A. Papaconstantinou, "Les sanctuaires de la Vierge dans l'Egypte byzantine et omeyyade: l'apport des textes documentaires," JJP 30 (2000) 93, OeoT6xog is only attested in the names of churches from the sixth century onwards, and it is relatively rare. This finding contributes to her conclusion "que dans la pratique, la societe egyptienne traitait Marie comme une sainte parmi les autres, sans lui conferer, dans l'ensemble, le statut particulier qui 6tait le sien dans les ecrits ecclesiastiques." - 4icTFp(a ): we assume that the horizontal stroke through the tail of rho, which transforms the letter into a chrismon (cf. 1.8n.), also marks an abbreviation, but cf. 11. 6-7n. above. 19 (Endorsement:) Just possibly read iToo[v at line's end. It seems unlikely that this scribe would have written the (expected) genitive Mapiac (cf. 1. 18). 3. Document addressed to Flavia Anastasia by Aurelius Kelouch P.bibl.univ.Giss. inv. 58 H x W = 10.7 x 14.0 cm April 16, 590 There is a vertical kollesis 4.4-5.0 cm from the left edge of the papyrus. The writing is with the fibers. The same scribe was responsible for the irrigation machinery receipt P.Bibl.Univ.Giss. inv. 37. The author is an inhabitant of the (hitherto unattested) epoikion Zoila.2 1 ].[Â~2].[ Â~8 ].[Â~1]..[ [-------- Anyosa]Tov Kal atoTxpaTopoc stoVci era [Tiag T~ov at)To [v] enae ( oTdtroo) f) ov Sea6Too stoog 4 vacat ctp oDOt Ka iv6([Ktxovoc) ij vacat DXaouva Avaotaiaa Ti iv~oo(tcitt) iXXovotpla OvyatplTo T[i] ]ikv66(ou virgg Mqvd E6a[iovoc yeooXoog viaOa ti) 8 Xaqrpd'OvpoyX(rnTiv) n6Xet ct ooi A(caoulo) Ioot dw'yoc' 100 recpt X[in1TOo] xKog oKal 6totxqToV av'Tij A5pi Xtoc KeoUX ioc Gorptdwvoc [qTpoc Mapacg durb irotK[]ov ZwtXd Toi'O~opoyX((ToV) 12 vooi &ctapspovTo[g] Tri iTept iv6oo6(TgTt) 2 SPP 10.186.9 attests an epoikion Zoeilou. The provenance of this text is unknown; the entries that read (ip) (TETpTWv) (cf. BL 1:419) suggest a date after the Arab Conquest (see PLond. 4, p. 124).
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