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DECLARATION IN VIEW OF A DISTRIBUTION OF CORN

Original text: PLond 955
Date: A.D. 261.

To their excellencies the senate of Hermopolis the great, ancient, most illustrious and august city from Aurelius Phibion son of Panechotes son of Dioscorus son of Achilles also called . . ., Hermopolitan, member of the gymnasium, registered in the quarter of the Western Guard-house, 24th amphodarchy. I give in my name for the auspiciously coming distribution of the corn allowance most auspiciously accorded to us from the bounty of our lords Macrianus and Quietus Caesars Augusti, being Aurelius Phibion the aforesaid, of the Western Guard-house quarter 24th amphodarchy, aged 42. Farewell. Year 1 of the Emperors Caesars Titus Fulvius Junius Macrianus and Titus Fulvius Junius Quietus Pii Felices Augusti, Mecheir 21. {Signed} Presented by me, Aurelius Phibion. {Subscribed} Signed by me, . , . also called Prodicus.


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