Aphrodous daughter of Satyrus, with her kinsman Ammonius son of Heracleides as guardian, to Sambas also called Didymus, banker, greeting. Pay to Charition also called Tasoucharion daughter of Charidemus and to Charition daughter of Didymus, each with her husband as guardian, Charition also called Tasoucharion with Apollonius son of Apollonius and the other Charition with Heron son of Didymus, as the price of a half share of a house and courtyard and offices and all the appurtenances in the village of Theadelphia in the division of Themistes in accordance with the . . . deeds of conveyance made with them, the six hundred silver drachmae of mine which you hold on deposit, total 600 dr. The 2nd year of the Emperor Caesar Nerva Trajanus Augustus Germanicus, Tubi 28. (Receipted) I, Charition daughter of Didymus, with my husband Heron son of Didymus as guardian, bid this be filed, and I have received the three hundred silver drachmae falling to my share, total 300 dr. I, Heron, have written for my wife also, as she is illiterate. The 2nd year of the Emperor Caesar Nerva Trajanus Augustus Germanicus, Tubi 28. I, Charition also called Tasoucharion daughter of Charidemus, with my husband Apollonius son of Apion as guardian, have received the three hundred drachmae, total 800 dr. I, Apollonius, have written for my wife also, as she is illiterate.
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