Select Papyri, 1.187
LIST OF PERSONAL BELONGINGS
Greek text: BGU 1666
Date: 1st cent. A.D.
Account of the mother's effects:
- received by Helena, silver armlets weighing 4 staters and a gold ear-pendant weighing 3 quarters and a Syrian robe worth 120 drachmas;
- and by Thatres, silver armlets weighing 4 staters and a gold ear-pendant weighing 3 quarters and a gold crescent weighing 3 quarters and a scarlet robe worth 140 dr.;
- and by Aphrodous, a copper basin and a Coraxian cloak and an alabaster mortar and a tunic, natural-coloured, not fulled, worth 60 dr., and 2 couches and a table and a Syrian mantle worth 80 dr. and her mother's dowry . .. . ., total 800 dr.
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