Account of money taxes (P.Duk.inv. 700 R)


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Catalogue Record

Title: Account of money taxes, [2nd cent. B.C.]
Subject: Accounting --Egypt --Fayyum --332-30 B.C.
	Tax collection --Egypt --Fayyum --332-30 B.C.
	Taxation --Egypt --332-30 B.C.
	Flowers --Egypt --Fayyum --332-30 B.C.
	Roses --Egypt --Fayyum --332-30 B.C.
	Galanthus nivalis --Egypt --Fayyum --332-30 B.C.
	Documentary papyri --Egypt --Fayyum --332-30 B.C.
	Accounts --Egypt --Fayyum --332-30 B.C.
Material: 1 item : papyrus, thirteen joining fragments mounted
	in glass, incomplete ; 15 x 44 cm.
Note: Actual dimensions of item are 14.8 x 43.6 cm.
	54 lines.
	Written in four columns along the fibers on the recto;
	written across the fibers on the verso in a different hand.
	Upper margin of 1.5 cm.; lower margin of at least 1 cm.
	Extracted from mummy cartonnage with P.Duk.inv. 699
	and P.Duk.inv. 701-704.
	P.Duk.inv. 700 R was formerly P.Duk.inv. MF79 27 R.
	Papyrus account of money taxes from the Arsinoites
	(modern name: Fayyum), Egypt. Payments are in money.
	Roses, snowdrops and other flowers are grown on some
	of the taxed property. Verso has an account in Demotic
	(P.Duk.inv. 700 V).
	In Greek.
	Descriptive database available in repository.

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