By Publication No. P. 6
Scope note: In this 7 line fragment of a letter, despota appears three times.
Scope note: This is a letter addressed to someone apparently on intimate terms with the sender. Cold weather has arrived and the recipient is a ...
Scope note: This is a receipt for rent in the amount of 8 drachmas for the year, from Aurelius Didymus (lessor) to Aurelius Theon (lessee).
Scope note: This is a receipt for 400 artabs of grain issued by Joseph, son of Paesios (monk and steward of a monastery named Campos), to Kollou explicit reason that Joseph is illiterate.
Scope note: This is a receipt issued by Eudoxia for house rent paid by John Apa Moses.
Scope note: The recto of this fragment is a receipt (?) to Tothami[ ] son of Menas, for foodstuffs including wine, poultry, and meat. The verso ...
Scope note: The recto of this item is the parts of three accounts (in three columns), the middle of which is near-complete. The purpose of the occupation) and a sum in drachmas and obols. The verso is in a different hand and has two columns. This also appears to record payments, with personal names on specified days of an unnamed month
Scope note: This fragment is in extremely poor condition. If it is a private account, it would seem to describe expenditures mostly for taxes.