. . ., Cyrenaean, of the troop of Zoilus, private, to Eucarpus, physician, greeting. It has been ordered that I shall pay you ten artabae of olyra or four drachmae as the physician-tax for the 38th year. These I will pay you in the month of Daesius ; and if I fail to pay you, I will forfeit to you as the value of each artaba 2 drachmae. Goodbye. Year 37, Pauni 6.
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