Select Papyri, 1.179
AGENDA WRITTEN BY ZENON
Original text: PSI 429
Date: About 250 B.C.
- To ask Herodotus about the goat hair.
- To ask Aminias at how much the mina he sold it.
- The letter to Dioscurides about the boat.
- To make an agreement with Timaeus about the pigs.
- To draft the contract with Apollodorus and write to him to hand over.
- To load the boat with wood.
- To write to Jason to let Dionysius put the wool on board and take it down the river when cleaned; the fourth part of the Arabian wool; to let him take down the sour wine.
- To write to Meliton to plant shoots of the bumastus vine belonging to Neoptolemus, and to Alcimus to do likewise if he approves.
- To Theogenes about twelve yokes of bulls.
- To give Apollodorus and Callippus . . .
- From Metrodorus to Athenagoras about the same year's produce.
- To Theophilus granting a favour and about the state of the work.
- To write about corn to Iatrokles and Theodorus before the water from the canal . . .
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