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Title: Petition, [between 140 B.C. and 136 B.C.] Subject: Phanias (Strategos from the Arsinoite Nome, Egypt), fl. 140-136 B.C. Actions and defenses --Egypt --Fayyum --332-30 B.C. Property --Egypt --Fayyum --332-30 B.C. Strategi, Greek --332-30 B.C. Contracts --Egypt --Fayyum --332-30 B.C. Soldiers --Egypt --Fayyum --332-30 B.C. Egypt --Officials and employees --332-30 B.C. Documentary papyri --Egypt --Fayyum --332-30 B.C. Petitions --Egypt --Fayyum --332-30 B.C. Material: 1 item : papyrus, fifteen fragments which do not join, mounted in glass, incomplete. Note: Dimensions of fragments are 6.2 x 12.5 cm. or smaller. 15 lines on the largest fragment. Written along the fibers on the recto. Upper margin of 2.5 cm.; left margin of 2-2.5 cm.; small right margin. P.Duk.inv. 713 was formerly P.Duk.inv. MF79 53. Papyrus petition from the Arsinoites (modern name: Fayyum), Egypt. Directed to Phanias who belongs to the first friends of the king and is a strategos, highest official in the region. Phanias is also in charge of income from royal estates. Written by or against a soldier, concerning some disputed property. Mentions Sokomenis(?) and Sokonopis, maybe Egyptian gods. Refers to an Egyptian contract. In Greek. Descriptive database available in repository.
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