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RECEIPT FOR RENT PAID THROUGH A BANK

Greek text:   PFay 87   L.1-13
Date:   A.D. 155.

The 18th year of the Emperor Caesar Titus Aelius Hadrianus Antoninus Augustus Pius, Mecheir 27. Paid into the bank of Titus Flavins Eutychides by Eudaemon son of Sarapion and partners, overseers of the property belonging to the corporation of the city of Alexandria and formerly to Julius Asclepiades the philosopher, situated in the area of the village of Euhemeria, towards the rent of the 17th year, one talent and four thousand drachmas, on condition that an equivalent amount shall be paid in Alexandria to the superintendent of stemmata, total 1 tal. 4000 dr. Epeiph 8, by the same person and his partners, similarly towards the rent of the 17th year, one talent and one thousand four hundred drachmas, total as above written 1 tal. 1400 dr.


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