150 dpi image of 148v 1of2 left
150 dpi image of 148v 1of2 right
150 dpi image of 148v 2of272 dpi image of 148v 1of2 left
Title: Account of expenses, [2nd cent. B.C.] Subject: Accounting --Egypt --332-30 B.C. Butchers --Egypt --332-30 B.C. Wood --Egypt --332-30 B.C. Documentary papyri --Egypt --332-30 B.C. Accounts --Egypt --332-30 B.C. Material: 1 item : papyrus, seven fragments, of which three join, mounted in two frames of glass, incomplete. Note: Dimensions of fragments are 15.2 x 21.2 cm. or smaller. 60 lines. Written across the fibers on the verso; written along the fibers on the recto in a different hand. The fragments in the first frame have an upper margin of 2 cm. on the second fragment; lower margin of 2 cm. on the first fragment; small left margin on the second fragment; and left margin of about 3 cm. on the fourth fragment. Extracted from mummy cartonnage with P.Duk.inv. 147, P.Duk.inv. 149, P.Duk.inv. 152, P.Duk.inv. 154, P.Duk.inv. 156-160, P.Duk.inv. 162-163, and P.Duk.inv. 165-166. P.Duk.inv. 148 V was formerly P.Duk.inv. G 148 V, G 150 V, G 155 V, G 167 V. Account of expenses in money from Egypt, written on papyrus. Mentions a butcher and wood. Recto has another account of expenses in Greek (P.Duk.inv. 148 R). In Greek. Descriptive database available in repository.
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