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Title: Daily account of rent and tax payments in kind, [2nd cent. B.C.] Subject: Accounting --Egypt --Fayyum --332-30 B.C. Rent --Egypt --Fayyum --332-30 B.C. Taxation --Egypt --Fayyum --332-30 B.C. Tax collection --Egypt --Fayyum --332-30 B.C. Temple lands --Egypt --Fayyum --332-30 B.C. Crown lands --Egypt --Fayyum --332-30 B.C. Gods, Egyptian --332-30 B.C. Tenant farmers --Egypt --Fayyum --332-30 B.C. Documentary papyri --Egypt --Fayyum --332-30 B.C. Accounts --Egypt --Fayyum --332-30 B.C. Material: 1 item : papyrus, mounted in 7 frames of glass, incomplete. Note: Dimensions of fragments are 23.3 x 12.7 cm. or smaller. 130 lines. Extracted from mummy cartonnage with P.Duk.inv. 1319-1371. P.Duk.inv. 1318 R was written along the fibers on the recto; written across the fibers on the verso in a different hand. Account of payments of rents and taxes in kind from the Arsinoite Nome (modern name: Fayyum), Egypt, written on papyrus. Payments are made by tenants of state and temple land, including land owned by the great gods Osorsouchos and Phemroeris. Notes remaining dues. Receipts for each day are added up. Has payments for land survey tax, administrative costs (scribes' fees), tax for winnowing, a one twenty-fourth tax, tax for having an account at the granary, and tax for granary guards. Verso has a register of land and rents in Greek (P.Duk.inv. 1318 V). In Greek. Descriptive database available in repository.
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