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APIS Translation (English)

(Col. I);;[Year 20-12] of our lords [Diocletian and] Maximian, Augusti, [and Constantius and] Maximian, the [most noble] Caesars, Pauni [. . Aphon(?) and] Ptolemaios and the associate sitologoi [have paid as the price of wheat . . .], for Philadelphia, [. . .] talents, [equal . . . talents].;[- - -] six talents and three [thousand dr., equal 6 tal.] 3000 dr.;[- - -] the same as the price of wheat [- - -];[- - -] two talents and [. . .] dr. [- - -];[- - -] . . ., equal 2 tal. [. . .] dr.;[- - -] for the village of Philadelphia [- - -];[- - -] . . .;[- - -] . . . two thousand [- - -] dr., equal . . . dr.;[- - -] likewise [one] talent [and one-hundred and twenty dr., equal] 1 tal. 120 dr.;[- - - one] talent [- - -];;;(Col. II);;And on the 21st, the same have paid as the price of wheat of year 17-16-9, for Philadelphia, two talents, equal 2 tal.; and on account of the payment of gold for the month of Pauni, in the name of Sarapammon, formerly prytanis, 1 tal. 100 dr., for epinemesis.;And on the 28th, the same have paid as the price of wheat of year 17-16-9, for Philadelphia, two talents, equal 2 tal.;(2nd hand) And on Pauni 4, Aphon, Ptolemaios, and the associate sitologoi have paid as the price of wheat of year 17-16-9, for Philadelphia, thirteen talents and three thousand dr., equal 13 tal. 3000 dr.;And on the 7th, the same have likewise paid as the price of wheat of year 17-16-9, for Philadelphia, six talents and three thousand dr., equal 6 tal. 3000 dr.;(3rd hand) Total: 46 tal. 3000 dr.;;(In the space between col. II and III);(4th hand) Mesore 2. On account of silver bullion, (in the name) of Eugenios, two talents, equal 2 tal.;;(Col. III);;(5th hand) Year 20-12 of our lords Diocletian and Maximian, Augusti, and Constantius and Maximian, the most noble Caesars, Epeiph 2. Aphon and Pasis have paid as the price of wheat of year 17-16-9, in commutation, for Philadelphia, fifteen talents and three thousand dr., equal 15 tal. 3000 dr.;(2nd hand) And on the 4th, the same have likewise paid as the price of wheat of year 17-16-9, in commutation, for Philadelphia, four talents and four thousand dr., equal 4 tal. 4000 dr.;Likewise another two thousand dr., equal 2000 dr.;(3rd hand) Total: 20 tal. 3000 dr.