Official letter (P.Duk.inv. 612)


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Catalogue Record

Title: Official letter, [2nd cent. B.C.]
Author: Menandros (From the Heracleopolite Nome, Egypt), 2nd cent. B.C.
Subject: Eubios (From the Heracleopolite Nome, Egypt), 2nd cent. B.C.
	Egypt --Officials and employees --Correspondence --332-30 B.C.
	Bankers --Egypt --Heracleopolite Nome --332-30 B.C.
	Documentary papyri --Egypt --Heracleopolite Nome --332-30 B.C.
	Correspondence --Egypt --Heracleopolite Nome --332-30 B.C.
Material: 1 item : papyrus, three joining fragments mounted in
	glass, incomplete ; 9 x 16 cm.
Note: Actual dimensions of item are 8.7 x 16.0 cm.
	5 lines.
	Written across the fibers on the recto with the summary
	in a different hand; the address in large letters
	is written along the fibers on the verso inverse
	to the text on the recto.
	Upper margin of 2.5 cm.; left margin of 4 cm.
	P.Duk.inv. 612 was formerly P.Duk.inv. MF74 15.
	Extracted from mummy cartonnage.
	Papyrus official letter from the Herakleopolites (Heracleopolite
	Nome), Egypt, by which Menandros informs Eubios about
	some official business relating to a banker. Line
	1 contains a summary.
	In Greek.
	Descriptive database available in repository.

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