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Ostr. Elephantine, excavation DAIK O 1659

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Metadata

Collection

Collection Elephantine, excavation Deutsches Archäologisches Institut Kairo
Inventory Number Ostr. Elephantine, excavation DAIK O 1659
Publication Number O.Eleph. DAIK 020
Current Location magazine Assuan
Publication Status published

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]
Type of Discovery archaeological excavation
Certainty: high
Finder (= First Purchaser) Excavation team Elephantine, German Archaeological Institute Cairo and Swiss Institute for Architectural and Archaeological Research on Ancient Egypt
Certainty: high
Location of Find / Purchase in Egypt Elephantine
District of Find / Purchase in Egypt Upper Egypt, 1st nome (Ombites) [Trismegistos]

Object

Object Type ostracon
Dating between 1 and 299
Criteria for Dating palaeography
Range of Preservation incomplete
State of Preservation broken at right and bottom

Text Basic Information

Localization of Text on Object convex (outside)
Inks and Pigments carbon ink monochrome black
Range of Preservation (Text) incomplete
State of Preservation (Text) broken at right and bottom
Script, Primary Greek
Language, Primary Greek, Ancient
Comments on Handwriting documentary, hand unknwon
  recto verso
Quantity of Lines 5+y
Quantity of Columns 1

 

Text Content

Modern Title list or account of tax payers?
Ancient Scribe(s) of Text
Text Types
  • documentary
  • documentary | account
  • documentary | list
Summary of Content List or account of taxpayers, perhaps of the Kataraktites? for the 1/20th and 1/10th-taxes?
Location of Composition Elephantine Upper Egypt, 1st nome Egypt (Certainty: high)
Comments on Text corr. z. 1: Ψεμονροῦς (ed. [διέγρα]ψ(εν) Ἐμονροῦς) Πετε ̣ Psemonrou could be a Mandoulis-name, therefore the ethnic Blemmyes. Cf. H. Cuvigny (ed.), Blemmyes. New Documents and New Perspectives, IFAO, Le Caire 2022, p. 163, comm. ad 82, 2.
Multilingualism Monolingual Script = Language
Gender Man
Religion unknown

 

Text

Transcription Translation Pictures
convex
1Ψεμονροῦς 1ed. [διέγρα]ψ(εν) ἘμονροῦςΠετε ̣ -?-
2εἰκοστῆς Καταρα̣κτ- -?-
3καὶ̣ δεκάτης Πε ̣ -?-
4 vac. Ζμηθ -?-
5 -?- χον -?-
5+y-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

1 ed. [διέγρα]ψ(εν) Ἐμονροῦς
convex
1Psemonrous, son of Pete---
2one twentieth of the Cataractites ---
3and a tenth of Ze---
4 Zmeth---
5 Xon---
5+y- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Eleph_1659_S1_001
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Eleph_1659innen_S2_001
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Places (read out from edition)
  • Καταρα̣ (places.xml#164)
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    People mentioned in Text

    ID gender en normiert original Language Functions in Texts
    29690 man Pe--- (O.Eleph.20) Πε…… pre-Coptic Egyptian / Greek

     

    Dates

    RulerID Regnal Year MonthID Day Date of the Text Gregorian Date dating_comment
    1 CE 299 CE palaeographical dating;

     

    Pictures

    Eleph_1659_S1_001
    Reserved Copyright
    Eleph_1659innen_S2_001
    Reserved Copyright

     

    Literature

     

    DatasetID 308967
    last Change 26.08.2022
    Trismegistos 26290
    Papyri.info ddbdp/p.eleph.wagner;1;20
    Author Ruth Duttenhöfer
    Dataset License Creative Commons: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International
    (CC BY-NC-SA)
    Data set citation Data set 308967 (= Ostr. Elephantine, excavation DAIK O 1659), ERC-Project ELEPHANTINE: Ruth Duttenhöfer.