Pauni   - in ancient sources @

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  Pauni   - a month in the Egyptian calendar
  + Payni
OGIS_188 (? 89)   th year, on the 25th day of Pauni. → inscripti
OGIS_189 (? 89)   th year, on the 25th day of Pauni. → inscripti
OGIS_758 (199)   siege of Abydos. Year 6, Pauni 28. → inscripti
PCairZen_59145 Farewell. Year 30, Daisios 11, Pauni (?) 11. Docketed}
PCairZen_59179 Farewell. Year 31, Daisios 16, Pauni 2. Apollonios to Krat
PCairZen_59240 sios 13. Docketed} & Year 33, Pauni 19. Kleonax to Zenon.
PCairZen_59368 of Patis. Farewell. Year 7, Pauni 8. Sosibios to Zenodo
PLond_1967 ocketed} & Year 31, Daisios 1, Pauni 11. From Psenemous,
SelPap_1.105 (01)   ous. The 29th year of Caesar, Pauni 23. {Addressed}
SelPap_1.123 beginning to the 14th of Pauni, written continuously
SelPap_1.16 (13)   nths, Pharmouthi, Pachon, and Pauni. She shall not
SelPap_1.20 the 24th of the month Pauni according to the old re
SelPap_1.32 Trajanus Hadrianus Augustus, Pauni 29, at Oxyrhyn
SelPap_1.42 the rent in the month Pauni of the said year, an
SelPap_1.68 (92 or 59)   pay to you in the month Pauni of the 22nd year conv
SelPap_2.258 the deified Hadrianus, Pauni 8, at the court in the
SelPap_2.286 elivered in the month of Pauni all the government corn
SelPap_2.294 appointment. Plutarchus said : Pauni 30. I was away in
SelPap_2.315 dus Antoninus Caesar the lord, Pauni 17. {Endorsed} Ex
SelPap_2.355 application. Farewell. Year 3, Pauni 13. Presented by
SelPap_2.361 of the present month of Pauni, the superintendent rec
SelPap_2.366 (3rd-2nd cent.)   the months Pachon and Pauni of the 7th year, namely
SelPap_2.380 tax 4 drachmae. On Pauni 21, dies augustus, for pig
SelPap_2.387 ermanicus Britannicus Maximus, Pauni. . . {Signed} I,
SelPap_2.399 payments for the month Pauni of the present 2nd yea
SelPap_2.403 the most sacred Nile on Pauni 30 : 1 calf, 2 jars of
SelPap_2.406 72 drachmae 18 obols ; Pauni, 72 drachmae 18 obols ;
SelPap_2.434 solemnly warn you. Written on Pauni 7 of the 9th indi
THI_20 (c. 90)   tival in the month of Payni, on which the measuring

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