Horos, farmer of crown lands at Kerkeosiris, Egypt, petitions Petesouchos, successor to Menches as village secretary of the same village, complaining about the theft of 40 sheep for which he was responsible, by inhabitants of a neighboring village. The text mentions the 8th year of Ptolemy IX Soter II (110/109 B.C.)
Petition of Horos, to Petesouchos.
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31.5 x 13.7 cm.
The Bancroft Library
30 lines written on recto along the fibers.
Margins: top, 3 cm.; left, 2.5 cm.
On verso: Account of payments, [not before 110 B.C.]
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