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Title: Loan, Year 35 of Augustus [6 Jan. 26] Author: Chairemon (Son of Akousilaos from Arsinok, Egypt), fl. 6. Thaubastis (Wife of Chairemon from Arsinok, Egypt), fl. 6. Subject: Loans, Personal --Egypt --30 B.C.-640 A.D. Guardian and ward --Egypt --30 B.C.-640 A.D. Interest --Egypt --30 B.C.-640 A.D. Documentary papyri --Egypt --Fayyum --30 B.C.-640 A.D. Material: 1 item : papyrus, reconstructed from numerous fragments, mounted in glass ; 24 cm. Note: Actual dimensions of item are 23.1 x 13.5 cm. 37 lines. Written along the fibers on the recto; written across the fibers on the verso, the two-line docket inverse to the text on the recto and the note accompanying the red stamp. Upper margin of 1.5 cm. except for the date; lower margin of 1.5 cm.; left margin of 1.5-1 cm.; small right margin. P.Duk.inv. 7 was formerly P.Duk.inv. G 7. Loan that has been crossed out from Egypt, written on papyrus. Loan of 84 drachmas between Chairemon, son of Akousilaos, and his wife Thaubastis, daughter of someone whose name begins with "Pet" and Phileas. Drawn up in Ptolemais Euergetis in the Arsinoite Nome (modern name: Fayyum), Egypt. Chairemon acts as Thaubastis' guardian. The loan states that the couple will repay the loan with 12 percent interest in Tybi of year 36 of Augustus. Dated to Xandikou 1 or Mecheir 1, year 35 of the emperor Augustus (Jan. 26, 6 A.D.). The signature of Chairemon and Thaubastis is written for them by someone else because they are illiterate. Red stamp on the verso mentions year 35 of Augustus (5/6 A.D.). In Greek. Descriptive database available in repository.
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