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LOAN THROUGH A BANK

Original text: PTeb 389
Date: A.D. 141.

The 4th year of the Emperor Caesar Titus Aelius Hadrianus Antoninus Augustus Pius, Pharmouthi 27, by a draft of the bank of Sabinus in the Treasuries' quarter. Isidora daughter of Heracleides son of Meledemus, with her guardian her kinsman Apion son of Apion, notifies Tamystha daughter of Origenes son of Origenes, with her guardian her son Ptolemaeus son of Ptolemaeus, that she, Tamystha, has received the loan of the capital sum of three thousand five hundred drachmae of silver, total 3500 dr., for one year from the present month Pachon, at the monthly interest of 1 drachma on each mina, which sum she will repay in the month Pharmouthi of the coming 5th year of Antoninus Caesar the lord with the interest accruing on it to the amount of 420 drachmae, in accordance with a contract of mortgage which Tamystha has made on her rights over a sum of money, and which was drawn up through the record-office.

papyrus 71


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