Register of money taxes in Greek (P.Duk.inv. 544 R)


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Catalogue Record

Title: Register of money taxes, [between 87 and 99]
Subject: Poll tax --Egypt --30 B.C.-640 A.D.
	Taxation --Egypt --30 B.C.-640 A.D.
	Slaves --Egypt --30 B.C.-640 A.D.
	Slaveholders --Egypt --30 B.C.-640 A.D.
	Documentary papyri --Egypt --30 B.C.-640 A.D.
	Registers (lists) --Egypt --30 B.C.-640 A.D.
Material: 1 item : papyrus, nine partly joining fragments
	mounted in glass, incomplete.
Note: Dimensions of fragments are 30.9 x 17.3 cm. or smaller.
	22 lines.
	Written in two 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 8.5 cm.
	P.Duk.inv. 544 R was formerly P.Miss. 112 R.
	Papyrus register of money taxes from Egypt. Arranged
	by individuals, some of whom are slaves.  Various
	dates are registered. Individuals include: Hermesion
	son of Ammonios and Dioskouros(?) son of Artemidoros,
	owners of the slaves listed.  The taxes include laographia,
	or poll tax. Mentions years 8 and 9 of Vespasian
	and year 7, which provides the date after which the
	text was written. Verso has a tax register in Greek
	(P.Duk.inv. 544 V).
	In Greek.
	Descriptive database available in repository.

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