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DDbDP transcription: p.col.10.289 [xml]

AD 331 Oxyrhynchite nome
[Reprinted from: sb.16.12335] SB 16.12335

Ὑπατείας Ἰουνίου Βά̣σ̣σου καὶ Φλα̣[ουίου]
Ἀβλαβίου τῶν λαμπροτάτων [ἐπάρχων·]
Αὐρηλίῳ Πτολεμέῳ στρατηγῷ [Ὀ]ξ̣[υ(ρυγχίτου)]
παρὰ Αὐρηλίου(*) Ὥρου Ἀπολλωνίου [  ̣  ̣  ̣  ̣  ̣  ̣]
5χωματ̣επιστάτου κώμης Κερκε̣ύ̣[ρων -ca.?- ]
πάγου. λό̣γο̣ς πενθημέρων τῶν διʼ ἐ̣[μοῦ]
ἀπεργασθέντων ναυβίων [ -ca.?- ]
ἐπὶ τοῦδε τοῦ μηνὸς Φαρμοῦθι ε̣[ἰς τὸ]
ἑξῆς δηλούμενο̣ν̣ χῶμα. ἐ[πὶ τοῦ]
10χώματος ἐκ βορρᾶ Ἀπι  ̣απ ν(αύβια)   ̣[ -ca.?- ]
τὰ κὲ(*) ἀναβληθέντα ὑπ̣ὸ̣ τῶν [κάτω̣(?)]
ἐνγεγραμμένων οὕτως· [ὑπὸ τῶν]
πολιτῶν̣· Τιμόθεος Ἰουλιαν[οῦ ν(αύβια) -ca.?- ]
Ἀχιλλε[ὺς] δ̣ι̣ασημότατος ν(αύβια) [ -ca.?- ]
15καὶ ὑ[πὸ τῶ]ν ἀπὸ τῆς α̣ὐτῆς κώμ[ης]
[ὑπὲρ ἰδιω]τ̣ι̣κ̣ῆς κτήσ̣εως ν(αύβια) [ -ca.?- ]
[ -ca.?- ] γίνεται τὰ προκίμεν̣α [ν(αύβια)]
[τὰ κα]ὶ̣ ἀπεργασθέντ̣α οὕτω[ς·]
ἀπὸ α ἕως ε ν(αύβια) ιδ.
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Apparatus


^ 4. corr. ex αυρ̣η̣λιω
^ 11. l. καὶ

Editorial History; All History; (detailed)

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APIS Translation (English)

In the consulship of Junius Bassus and Flavius Ablabius, the most illustrious prefects. To Aurelius Ptolemaios the strategos of the Oxyrhynchite nome from Aurelius Horos, son of Apollonios . . . chomatepistates of the village Kerkeuris in the [nth] pagus. Account of the five-day periods of the . . . naubia completed through me in the current month of Pharmouthi on the following dike. On the dike which is situated north of Apiap, ? naubia, which were built up by those listed below, as follows. By the citizens: Timotheos, son of Julianus, ? naubia; Achilleus, vir perfectissimus, ? naubia; and by those from the same village on behalf of their private property, ? naubia. The naubia total as aforesaid and were carried out as follows: from the first through the fifth, 14 naubia . . .