Legal Proceedings Concerning Sheep and Goats (recto); Notations Concerning Diastromata (verso)

1, "Legal Proceedings Concerning Sheep and Goats" (Inv. 161 recto)

2, "Notations Concerning Diastromata" (Inv. 161 verso)

Scope note: The recto of this object appears to be a record of preliminary hearings before some official (strategos?), in a dispute over the corr regarding diastromata. The first concerns the adoption of Diogenes (natural son of Dioscorus and Ploutarche) by one Sarapion. The second part, separated by a large space from the upper section,

Epikrisis and Eiskrisis List (recto); Hearing before the Prefect Appius Sabinus (verso).

3, _Epikrisis and Eiskrisis List_ (Inv. 134 recto)

Scope note: The recto of this item has two columns with a list of male names. The second column could be either a listing of epikrisis or eiskri Appius Sabinus, which appeals an earlier decision in which two brothers and a third party were involved.

Statement of Indebtedness and payments by Holders of Archai

4, _Statement of Indebtedness and Payments by Holders of Archai

Scope note: The text is in two sections separated by a small space. The first concerns a man who received the office of exegete and then died be second section concerns an ex-agoranomos who is presently (in the 8th year) priest of the Nile and also exegete. He is considerably in debt from his office and apparently undertaking to repay this

Epikrisis and Eiskrisis List (recto); Hearing before the Prefect Appius Sabinus (verso).

5, _Hearing before the Prefect Appius Sabinus_ (Inv. 134 verso)

Scope note: The recto of this item has two columns with a list of male names. The second column could be either a listing of epikrisis or eiskri Appius Sabinus, which appeals an earlier decision in which two brothers and a third party were involved.

Hearing before an Official

6, _Hearing before an official

Scope note: An unknown official (kourator personaroum tes augoustalianes taxeus) is mentioned in this document. He arrested a certain Aurelius T abbreviations that indicated a guilty verdict was handed down and a fine imposed.

Letter to a Praeses (?) (recto); Account (Military?) (verso)

7, _Letter to a Praeses (recto)

9, _Account (Military_)_ (Inv. 219 verso)

The recto of this item appears to be a letter to a praeses about an upcoming investigation of all officials regarding cleaning of Trajan's canal, public funds is suspected. The verso may be a military account listing, representing taxes collected to provide clothing and equipment.

Official Letter Concerning the Sitopompia

8, _Official Letter Concerning the Sitopompia

This is an official letter concerning the sitopomia from Heracleopolis, Cynopolis, and Oxyrhynchus, and also three officials from those areas. A and get the rest. A document (ten praxin) is requested from the recipient, and is apparently required for the acquisition of the grain.

Statement to a Defensor Civitatis

10, _Statement to a Defensor Civitatis

Scope note: This small document of only 6 lines has the writing of 5 different individuals. These would appear to be the scribe, a defendant