In the consulship of our masters Licinius Augustus for the 5th time and Crispus the most illustrious Caesar for the 1st time. To Aurelius Heras also called Dionysius, praepositus of the 8th pagus of the Oxyrhynchite nome, from Aurelius Hatres son of Hieracion, tesserarius of the village of Dositheou in the pagus under your charge. I present at my own risk in relief of the donkey-driver at Pelusium in place of the one now there the person specified below, being well-to-do and suitable for the duty. He is Aurelius Horus son of Pathotes, of the said village. In the consulship aforesaid, Pharmouthi 18. I, Aurelius Hatres, have presented this. I, Aurelius Ammonas, wrote for him, as he is illiterate.
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