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FROM THE CHIEF PHYSICIAN

Greek text:   SB 1.5216
Date:   1st Cent. B.C.

Athenagoras the chief physician to the priests of the stolistae at the Labyrinth and to the stolistae greeting. Since Heracleides my employee has died in your district and is lying in the cemetery there and I have therefore sent to you Nicias and Crocus, please deliver the body without charging any fee and help them to transport it as far as Ptolemais. The stolistae of Alexandria have also written to you about him. Take care of your own health. Goodbye. Year 1, Hathur 25.

{Addressed}   To the priests of the stolistae and to the stolistae.

papyrus 105


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