From the minutes of Munatius. The 13th year of the deified Aelius Antoninus, Pharmouthi 22. Glycon son of Dionysius and Apollonius son of Glycon having been brought in, during the course of the proceedings Archelaus, advocate, said : Glycon is without means and resigns his property. Munatius said : His means shall be inquired into ; there is however a principle according to which I have often given judgement and which seems to me to be equitable in cases of persons resigning their property, namely that, if they have done anything to defraud their creditors, the resignation shall not be valid.
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