Official letter (P.Duk.inv. 324)


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Catalogue Record

Title: Official letter, [2nd cent. B.C.]
Subject: Ariston (Strategos and nomarches from Egypt), 2nd cent. B.C.
	Strategi, Greek --332-30 B.C.
	Egypt --Officials and employees --332-30 B.C.
	Taxation --Egypt --332-30 B.C.
	Wheat --Egypt --Transportation --332-30 B.C.
	Documentary papyri --Egypt --332-30 B.C.
	Correspondence --Egypt --332-30 B.C.
Material: 1 item : papyrus, two joining fragments mounted in
	glass, incomplete ; 19 cm.
Note: Actual dimensions of item are 18.9 x 12.4 cm.
	18 lines.
	Written along the fibers on the recto; written along
	the fibers on the verso in a different hand with
	the address in large letters.
	Upper margin of 4 cm.
	Extracted from mummy cartonnage with P.Duk.inv. 325-434.
	P.Duk.inv. 324 was formerly P.Duk.inv. AF74 1.
	Papyrus letter from the Herakleopolites(?) (Heracleopolite
	Nome), Egypt in which a son of Philinos, informs
	Ariston strategos and nomarches, a high civil and
	army official in the area involved with taxation
	and one of the first friends of the king, of some
	official business related to the delivery of wheat(?)
	for tax purposes.
	In Greek.
	Descriptive database available in repository.

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