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Pap. Cairo EM JdE 43484

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Collection Cairo, Egyptian Museum
Inventory Number Pap. Cairo EM JdE 43484
Publication Number TAD C.4.8
Current Location Cairo, Egyptian Museum (transferred to the museum in 1912)

Origin / Provenance

Ancient Provenance Site Elephantine (Ꜣbw; Yb; YbꜢ; YbꜤ; Ἐλεφαντίνη, יב , ⲉⲓⲏⲃ) [Trismegistos]
Certainty: high
Ancient Provenance District Upper Egypt, 1st nome (Ombites) [Trismegistos]
District of Find / Purchase in Egypt Upper Egypt, 1st nome (Ombites) [Trismegistos]


Object Type papyrus
Comments on Object Palimpsest. Illegible, except of a few letters.

Text Basic Information

Script, Primary Aramaic, Imperial
Language, Primary Aramaic, Imperial
Comments on Text Layout This is a scrap of papyrus that has been used perhaps at least two times earlier. This suggests that the scrap is complete as is.


Text Content

Modern Title Name List
Location of Composition Elephantine / Syene Lower Egypt, 1st nome Egypt (Certainty: unknown)
Multilingualism Monolingual Script = Language
Gender Man
Religion unknown



Transcription Translation Pictures
1[???]{ˀ|y} son of Nathan
2Peṭeisi son of Nethin
3Haggai son of Beeri
4Pasu son of Cushi
5Ṣeḥekhnum son of Khnemeu
6Eshemkudurri son of Japha
7Ḥor son of Eskashuti
1Eshemram son of Nabunad[in]
2Pasu son of Mannuki
Places (read out from edition)


People mentioned in Text

ID gender en normiert original Language Functions in Texts
24015 man Eshemkudurri son of Japha אשמכדרי בר אפע Aramaic, Imperial



RulerID Regnal Year MonthID Day Date of the Text Gregorian Date dating_comment
Unkown. Porten assignes "Late 5th to Early 4th Century B.C.E.";







DatasetID 308151
last Change 29.07.2022
Trismegistos 89552
Author James D. Moore
Dataset License Creative Commons: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International
Data set citation Data set 308151 (= Pap. Cairo EM JdE 43484), ERC-Project ELEPHANTINE: James D. Moore.