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ABOUT GIFTS TO TEACHERS

Greek text:   PGiess 80
Date:   2nd cent. A.D.

Salutations to you from Heraidous and . . . and Helena and Tinoutis and her papa and all the household and the mother of our sweetest Heraidous. The pigeons and small fowl, which I am not used to eat, send to . . . the teacher of Heraidous. Helena the mother of Apollonius asks (?) you to keep her son Hermaeus under your eye. Whatever things I did not eat when I . . . them from you send to the teacher of my daughter in order that he may be diligent with her. I pray for your health. Choiak 17.

papyrus 117


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