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AD326 Oxyrhynchus

ὑπατείας τῶν δεσποτῶν ἡμῶ[ν Κ]ωνσταντίνου τοῦ Σ[εβ(αστοῦ) τὸ ζ] κ̣α̣ὶ Κωνσταντίνου [τοῦ ἐπιφανεστάτου Καίσαρος τὸ α, -ca.?- ] .
Αὐρήλιοι Ὡρίων καὶ Εὐδαίμων [καὶ] Εὐλόγιος οἱ τρῖς(*) ἐκ πατ[ρὸς Δ]ιονυσίου Διοσκουρί[δου -ca.?- ὁ προ-]
δηλούμενος ἡμῶν πατὴρ Διον[ύσιο]ς τὸν βίον διεξῆ̣λθεν, ἡμῖς(*) δὲ οἱ τούτου πε͂δαις(*)   ̣[ -ca.?- εὐ-]
τ̣ρ̣ε̣πίσα̣ι̣ ἡμᾶς ἀποσχέσθαι τῆ[ς] πρὸς ἀλλήλους φιλονηκείας(*) καὶ διάλυσιν ηκε̣  ̣[ -ca.?- ]
5ἔδοξεν̣ [ἡ]μᾶς τοὺς τρῖς(*) ἐπὶ τῶν ἑ[α]υτῶν μερῶν τὴν διάλυσιν ποιήσασθαι πρὸς ἑα[υτοὺς -ca.?- Ὡρίωνι(?)]
καὶ Εὐδαίμωνι ἀργυρίου τάλαντα [ἑβ]δομήκοντα πεται(*) πρὸς τὸ ἔχιμ(*) μαι(*) τοῦ μέρ[ους -ca.?- ]
7ἀρουρῶν τὰς μὲν οὔσας ἐπʼ ὀνόμ[α]τος τοῦ πατρὸς περὶ κώμην Σενέπτα   ̣[ -ca.?- παπα]ραχωρῖν(*) ὅ̣σων(*) ἐὰν ἢ ἡμῖς(*) δύο τε Ὡρίων καὶ Εὐδαίμων πρὸς τὴν τρ̣ίτην̣ [ -ca.?- ]
τ̣οῦ ἐκδικο̣υ̣μ̣έ̣ν̣ου ὑφʼ ἡμῶν μέ̣[ρο]υς ἥμισυ μέρος, ὅσον ἐὰ̣ν ἐπὶ δὲ τῶν ἀρουρ[ῶν -ca.?- ]
10σ̣  ̣  ̣  ̣[- ca.9 -]  ̣  ̣  ̣  ̣α̣ι̣τ̣[- ca.25 -]ν ἥμισου(*) π̣ρ̣οσωπ̣[ -ca.?- ]
[ -ca.?- ]ε̣ρ̣ι̣σ̣  ̣  ̣σ̣υ̣  ̣  ̣  ̣[ -ca.?- ]
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^ 2. l. τρεῖς
^ 3. l. ἡμεῖς
^ 3. l. παῖδες
^ 4. l. φιλονικίας
^ 5. l. τρεῖς
^ 6. l. πέντε
^ 6. l. ἔχειν
^ 6. l. με
^ 7-8. l. |ραχωρεῖν
^ 8. l. ὅσον
^ 8. l. ἡμεῖς
^ 10. l. ἥμισυ

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APIS Translation (English)

In the consulship of our lords Constantine Augustus for the seventh time and Constantius the most noble Caesar for the first time, [month], [day]. Aurelii Horion and Eudaimon and Eulogios, three sons of Dionysios, son of Dioskorides, . . . our above mentioned father Dionysios departed his life, and we, his children, . . . we refrain from conflict with each other and division . . . [l. 5] it is agreed that we three make a division of our own shares for ourselves . . . and to Eudaimon 75 talents in silver for having a share . . . the arouras that exist in our father’s name around the village of Senepta . . . to yield however much, or the two of us, Horion and Eudaimon, for a third . . . with a share being claimed by us, half a share, and however much there is of arouras . . .