Receipts of tax payments (P.Duk.inv. 726 R)


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Catalogue Record

Title: Receipts of tax payments, [2nd cent. B.C.]
Subject: Taxation --Egypt --Fayyum --332-30 B.C.
	Tax collection --Egypt --Fayyum --332-30 B.C.
	Banks and banking --Egypt --Fayyum --332-30 B.C.
	Documentary papyri --Egypt --Fayyum --332-30 B.C.
	Ledgers --Egypt --Fayyum --332-30 B.C.
	Receipts --Egypt --Fayyum --332-30 B.C.
Material: 1 item : papyrus, five fragments mounted in four frames
	of glass, incomplete.
Note: Dimensions of fragments are 5.9 x 20.4 cm. or smaller.
	31 lines.
	Written along the fibers on the recto; written across
	the fibers on the verso of the first two fragments
	in a different hand.
	Extracted from mummy cartonnage with P.Duk.inv. 720-725
	and P.Duk.inv. 727.
	P.Duk.inv. 726 R was formerly P.Duk.inv. MF79 72 R-MF79 75.
	Papyrus ledger from the Arsinoites (modern name: Fayyum),
	Egypt. Has receipts of tax payments through a bank.
	The tax collectors or their assistants are Chrysogonos
	and Inaroys son of Horos. Verso has a documentary
	text in Demotic (P.Duk.inv. 726 V).
	In Greek.
	Descriptive database available in repository.

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