Private Account

Inventory 434, "Private Account"

Published as number 91 in P.WashU.II; 1 papyrus fragment 7.7 x 9.5; http://library.wustl.edu/units/spec/manuscripts/throop.html; Imaging and cataloging sponsored through APIS III, an NEH funded project.; Scope note: This is a private account in the form of a daybook, which lists expenditures from which income has been deducted twice.

Receipts of Money

Inventory 438, "Receipts of Money"

Published as number 88 in P.WashU.II; 1 papyrus fragment 18.6 x 11.6; http://library.wustl.edu/units/spec/manuscripts/throop.html; Imaging and cataloging sponsored through APIS III, an NEH funded project.; Scope note: The recto has three receipts for payments to Kan(n)ouph( ), ex-numerarius. The verso has a fourth receipt for payments by Kanouph.

Dionsia to Panechotes

Inventory 444, "Dionsia to Panechotes"

Published as number 106 in P.WashU.II; http://library.wustl.edu/units/spec/manuscripts/throop.html; Imaging and cataloging sponsored through APIS III, an NEH funded project; Scope note: This is a private letter from a Dionysia to her brother Panechotes. There is news of household repair, a call for supplies, and a r mentioned.

Petition to the Royal Scribe Herakleides

Inventory 445, "Petition to the Royal Scribe Herakleides"

Published with join linking to P.Vindob.Worp 2 as number 77 in P.WashU.II; 1 papyrus fragment 7 x 7.2; http://library.wustl.edu/units/spec/manuscripts/throop.html; Imaging and cataloging sponsored through APIS III, an NEH funded project.; Scope note: A petition to the royal scribe Herakleides from Phanias, son of Sarapion, a member of the catoecic cavalry. He is responsible for a compensation from the slave.