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RECEIPT FOR TAXES

Original text: PCMasp 67033
Date: Before A.D. 535.

The inhabitants of the village of Aphrodite in the Antaeopolite nome have paid, through John the collector, on account of regular taxes and money taxes of all descriptions likewise, for the first instalment of the first indiction, twenty-seven gold solidi ten carats, total 27 gold sol. 10 car., of correct weight and unalloyed. And for the security of you and of the public account I have made this receipt as above with my signature. {Signed} I, Heliodorus, state banker of the eparchy of the Thebaid, approve the receipt for twenty-seven solidi ten carats as aforesaid.


papyrus 386


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