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Title: Receipt of tax payment, Year 33 Pharmouthi 3 [148 B.C. April 29 or 137 B.C. April 26] Subject: Herakleides (Banker from Heracleopolis Magna), 2nd cent. B.C. Thasos (Daughter of Semtheus from Heracleopolis Magna), 2nd cent. B.C. Wine and wine making --Taxation --Egypt --Heracleopolis Magna (Extinct city) --332-30 B.C. Banks and banking --Egypt --Heracleopolis Magna (Extinct city) --332-30 B.C. Vineyards --Egypt --Heracleopolis Magna (Extinct city) --332-30 B.C. Documentary papyri --Egypt --332-30 B.C. Receipts --Egypt --Heracleopolis Magna (Extinct city) --332-30 B.C. Material: 1 item : papyrus, three joining fragments mounted in glass, lower part broken off ; 17 cm. Note: Actual dimensions of item are 17.0 x 15.5 cm. 10 lines. Written along the fibers on the recto; two lines written along the fibers on the verso in large letters. Upper margin of 6 cm.; small margins to the left and the right. Extracted from mummy cartonnage with P.Duk.inv. 324-360 and P.Duk.inv. 362-434. P.Duk.inv. 361 was formerly P.Duk.inv. AF74 38. Papyrus receipt for payment of money to Herakleides' bank in Herakleopolis (Heracleopolis Magna), Egypt, in lieu of the one-keramion-of-wine (measure of wine) tax on vineyards. The taxpayer is Thasos, daughter of Semtheus. The vineyard is located within the walls of Herakleopolis. The receipt is dated Pharmouthi 3, year 33 (April 29, 148 B.C. or April 26, 137 B.C.). In Greek. Descriptive database available in repository.
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