A DESCRIPTIVE INVENTORY
OF PRINCETON UNIVERSITY COLLECTIONS OF PAPYRI

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Manuscripts Division,
Department of Rare Books and Special Collections,
Princeton University Library, 2012



C O N T E N T S

 

Introduction
Place Names in Egypt
Frequent Citations
Access, Conditions of Use, Publication

GREEK
Biblical Text
Early Christian Text
Literary Text
Sub–literary Text
Documents
Ostraka

LATIN
Literary Text
Documents

EGYPTIAN
Hieroglyphic
Hieratic
Demotic

COPTIC
Biblical Text
Christian Text
Documents
Ostraka

ARABIC
Magical Text
Documents

UNCATALOGED PAPYRI
Bell
Garrett
AM numbers
Askren


I N T R O D U C T I O N

This inventory has been completed in large part as a result of the APIS (Advanced Papyrological Information System) project, funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities from 1996 to 1999. The Princeton papyri inventoried are held in the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections and The Scheide Library, both housed in the Harvey S. Firestone Memorial Library. Most are Greek documentary papyri, including census and tax registers, military lists, land convey­ances, business records, petitions, private letters, and other sources of historical and paleographic interest from Ptolemaic (332 to 30 B.C.), Roman (30 B.C. to 300 A.D.), and Byzantine Egypt (300 to 650 A.D.). Nearly all were discovered from the 1890s to the 1920s, buried or recovered from mummy cartonnage in and around the ancient town of Oxyrhynchus (modern, el–Bahnasa), the towns of the Fayum region (including Philadelphia), Tebtunis (modern, Tell Umm el–Breigat), and Hibeh. Acquired along with the documentary papyri were literary fragments (Aristophanes, Demosthenes, Euripides, Herodotus, Hippocrates, Homer, Isocrates, Theocritus, and Xenophon) and Greek New Testament fragments (Epistle of St. James). There are also Pharaonic (through 332 B.C.), Ptolemaic (332 to 30 B.C.), and Roman–period papyri in Egyptian languages (Hieroglyphic, Hieratic, Demotic, and Coptic); Arabic papyri from the Islamic period (from 640 A.D.); and a few pieces in Latin from Roman Egypt and 6th–century Italy.
           The Princeton collections of papyri were acquired from different sources. Princeton acquired 90 papyri from 1901 to 1922 through the Graeco–Roman Branch of the Egypt Exploration Society, which was established in 1897 for the stated purpose of "the discovery and publication of remains of classical antiquity and early Christianity in Egypt." Papyri discovered in Oxyrhynchus and other Egyptian sites were published in annual volumes edited primarily by B. P. Grenfell and A. S. Hunt of Oxford University, then distributed to institutions in England and the United States in return for a monetary subscription. The last Princeton purchase from the Egyptian Exploration Society seems to have been ten papyri purchased for $100 in 1922. The initial interest among Princeton faculty was from Professor of Classics Allan Chester Johnson (1881–1955).
           The bulk of Princeton's papyri were acquired in the 1920s directly or indirectly through the British Museum. Many were received from 1921 to 1928 through Princeton's participation in a five–member consortium that initially included three American universities (Cornell, Michigan, and Princeton), the University of Geneva, and the British Museum. The papyri were selected and purchased by the British Museum from the Cairo antiquities dealer Maurice Nahman and other sources, then imported to England for conservation treatment (chiefly, cleaning and flattening by C. T. Lamacraft), preliminary inventory, selective transcription and publication, and distribution to consortium members in accordance with the financial contribution and collecting interests of each. Coordinating these efforts for the British Museum were such eminent scholars as Sir Frederick G. Kenyon (1863–1952), Sir Ernest Alfred Wallis Budge (1857–1934), and especially H. I. [Harold Idris] Bell (1879–1967), who was Curator of Manuscripts at the British Museum and an eminent papyrologist. Francis W. Kelsey, Professor of Classics at the University of Michigan, negotiated on behalf of the American universities in the consortium. Princeton was represented by Professor Allan Chester Johnson, Department of Classics; James Thayer Gerould (1872–1951), Librarian; Henry Bartlett van Hoesen (1885–1965), Assistant Librarian, Curator of Manuscripts, and also an Assistant Professor in the Classics Department; and in 1927–28 Robert Garrett, who underwrote Princeton's purchases in part. By 1927 the consortium was expanded to two other American universities because of the interest of Professor William L. Westermann at Columbia and Professor Michael Rostovtzeff at Yale, but Princeton's purchase of papyri through the British Museum seems to have ended with the 1928 distribution. Extensive correspondence, annual reports about acquisitions, distribution lists, and other contemporary files about the papyri are in the collection files of the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections.
           Independently, Robert Garrett purchased approximately 750 Egyptian papyri through the British Museum for his own manuscript collection between 1924 and 1930. H. I. Bell prepared lists of these papyri, which Garrett then deposited them in the Princeton University Library for the use of scholars. A total of 164 Garrett papyri were mounted and catalogued at Princeton, leaving approx­imately 600 others stored in two boxes but generally not described beyond H. I. Bell's listing. Garrett also acquired several papyrus rolls dating from the Ptolemaic period, including a Saite recension of the Book of the Dead (26th Dynasty, ca. 600 B.C.) in Hieratic purchased from the London dealer Spink & Son in 1928, and also two Hieroglyphic Books of the Dead and four other funerary or religious papyri in Hieratic. These were examined by William Christopher Hayes (1903–63) of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Department of Egyptian Art between 1944 and 1948 but only unrolled in 1998–99 as part of the APIS Project. The Garrett Deposit papyri were donated to the Library along with the rest of his extensive manuscript collections in 1942. In addition, some parchment and paper fragments in Coptic and Arabic, acquired along with Garrett papyri, chiefly from Maurice Nahman in 1929, are in Princeton's collections of Coptic and Islamic manuscripts.
           Smaller collections of papyri were received from other donors. Notable gifts included 50 papyri (accession nos. 11200–11250) from John Hinsdale Scheide (1875–1942) in 1935 and 1936; about 40 from Edmund H. Kase (b.1905), acquired in the 1930s and given by Kase in memory of Professor Allan Chester Johnson in 1957; and 87 from Mrs. Charles A. Askren of Tacoma, Washington, in 1947. In July 1982 mummy cartonnage was purchased from the Viennese antiquities dealer Michael Fackelmann, then was partly opened or disassembled by Fackelmann in Vienna and by Professor Adam Bülow–Jacobsen (University of Copenhagen) and Department of Rare Books and Special Collections staff at Princeton, creating another small collection of Egyptian papyri, described by Ann Ellis Hanson in "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections: The New Acquisitions," Princeton University Library Chronicle, vol. 44, no. 2 (Winter 1983): 159–68. Fourteen papyri of unknown provenance were given Princeton accession numbers by Hanson. It should be mentioned that in addition to papyri donated to the Princeton University Library by John Hinsdale Scheide in the 1930s, others became part of the private collections of the Scheide Library, most notably 21 leaves of the Book of Ezekiel from a papyrus codex of the Old Testament, and a Coptic parchment codex. The most recent accessions have been a group of Arabic papyri and magical lamellae acquired from private collections. Not included in the checklist are 3 leaves of a Greek mathematical treatise (papyrus codex, 5th century) and a Coptic educational text (parchment codex, 7th century) in the Cotsen Children’s Library, a division of the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections. The former and other leaves of the same papyrus codex, but not at Princeton, have been studied by Roger S. Bagnall and Alexander Jones and will the subject of a forthcoming publication. The Coptic codex has been published in facsimile: Scott Bucking, Practice Makes Perfect: P. Cotsen–Princeton 1 and the Training of Scribes in Byzantine Egypt (Los Angeles, CA: Cotsen Occasional Publications, 2011).
           Much of the work on the checklist was done by Rosalie Cook (Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia) as staff papyrologist, working under the supervision of Don C. Skemer as project director of the APIS project at Princeton. Much of her time was spent identifying and describing approximately 150 previously unidentified Greek documentary papyri, which were then mounted for study. She also reviewed published Greek papyri and existing descriptions: 191 texts and documents ("P.Princeton") published in Papyri in the Princeton University Collections, edited by Allan Chester Johnson, Henry Bartlett Van Hoesen, Edmund Harris Kase, Jr, and Sidney Pullman Goodrich (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1931–42), 3 vols.; 82 papyri ("P. Oxyrhynchus") published in The Oyxrhynchus Papyri vols. I–IV, VI–XI edited by B. P. Grenfell and A. S. Hunt; 18 papyri ("P.Fayum") published in Fayûm Towns and Their Papyri edited by B. P. Grenfell, A. S. Hunt and D. G. Hogarth; 7 papyri ("P.Hibeh") published in The Hibeh Papyri I edited by B. P. Grenfell and A. S. Hunt; approximately 50 Princeton papyri published in other books and journals; unpublished lists compiled by H. I. Bell at the British Museum in the 1920s; departmental deposit and accession record books; a location list compiled by Ann Ellis Hanson in the 1970s as curator of papyri at Princeton; and Hanson's preliminary lists of the Askren Collection, Kase Collection, and Michael Fackelmann purchase. Over the past dozen years, Skemer has updated the checklist bibliographically and has added records for new acquisitions.
           Other papyrologists have assisted in identifying Princeton papyri. Approximately 100 unidentified Greek papyri were briefly described by a consultant, the late Traianos Gagos (University of Michigan), with funding from Princeton's Program in Hellenic Studies. Demotic papyri were described by Professor Joseph Manning (now, Yale University) while a member of the Princeton faculty. Previously unidentified and uncataloged papyri in other languages were identified by specialists retained with APIS Project funding: Arabic papyri by Prof. Gladys Frantz–Murphy, Regis University; Coptic papyri and early parchment fragments by Todd Hickey (now, University of California at Berkeley); and Hieratic and Hieroglyphic papyri by Prof. Leonard H. Lesko, Brown University. Arabic papyri acquired around 2002 were described by Petra Sijpesteijn (now, University of Leiden). Listed at the end of checklist is a listing of “uncataloged papyri.” These are approximately 650 small papyrus fragments and scrap, chiefly from Greek documentary papyri, but too little writing to be identified or published, unless they can be shown to be part of papyri not in the Princeton collections. Not listed are three papyri that in the past were identified as “modern fakes,” although at least one of them may be in a magical script (Garrett Deposit, nos. 7621, 7699 and 7707).
           In the inventory, entries have been arranged initially by language or script and then by form. Multiple entries for documents under the same heading are organized chronologically, with undated items last. Not included are papyri too small for be identified or described. Literary texts are listed by author and title; subliterary and documentary texts are identified by form. With respect to Coptic papyri and parchment fragments, literary texts have not been assigned dates based upon paleography alone, following B. Layton, Catalogue of Coptic Literary Manuscripts in the British Library Acquired Since the Year 1906 (London: The British Library 1987), p. xxiv, and Leo Depuydt, Catalogue of the Coptic Manuscripts in the Pierpont Morgan Library (Louvain: Peeters, 1993), p. l. However, dates advanced for published texts have been retained. If the writing material of a text suggests a chronological range, I have indicated such. "Front" and "back" refer to current mountings (unless these contradict the known order of the text). Form–and–genre terms for document types have been selected whenever possible from Peter van Minnen, "Introducing the Online Catalogue of the Duke Papyrus Collection," Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists 31 (1994): 159–70.

Each entry contains the following fields:

· Identification of papyrus: literary papyri are identified by author and title; documentary papyri by form.

· Publication number/accession number or other local identification number and shelf location within the department.

· Publication and citations of the papyrus. When possible the publications are listed in chronological order.

· Provenance and date, where known. In recording the provenance, the ancient names were used when known: when a place of origin cannot be identified or proposed, modern place names were used to indicate that the document was associated with the place in modern times. Where possible an approximate date has been entered, but "n.d." is used where the date could not be determined at all.

· Margins (measured in centimeters),

· Material (papyrus, ostrakon, wooden tablet, parchment, paper, silver lamella, etc.)

· Language (Greek, Latin, Hieroglyphic, Hieratic, Demotic, Coptic, Arabic),

· Number of lines of text, and Dimensions of the item (height and width in centimeters)

· Arrows indicate the direction of writing relative to that of papyrus surface.

· Location of the item in the collection.

DON C. SKEMER

Curator of Manuscripts
Department of Rare Books and Special Collections
Princeton University Library


 

PLACE NAMES IN EGYPT*

 

Ancient
Alexandria
Arsinoë (modern Medinet el–Faiyum, Methana, Patara, Rethymna)
Arsinoite nome (around modern Fayum)
Bubastis (modern Tell Basta)
Bacchias (modern Umm el `Atl)
Dionysias (modern Qasr Qarun)
Hermonthite nome (around modern Armant)
Hermopolis (modern el–Ashmunein)
Ibion
Karanis
Kerkesoucha Orous (in the vicinity of modern Tell Umm el–Breigat)
Lycopolis (modern Asyut)
Oxyrhynchite nome (around modern el–Bahnasa)
Oxyrhynchus (modern el–Bahnasa)
Philadelphia (modern Kom el–Kharaba el–Kebir)
Polydeukia
Senis
Soknopaiou Nesos (modern Dimai)
Tanis (modern San el–Hagar)
Tebtunis (modern Tell Umm el–Breigat)
Theadelphia (modern Batn Ihrit)

Modern
Buwayt
Fayum region
Hibeh
Kom el Hisn (?)
Tell Umm el–Breigat
Tell Umm el Karagal

* The spellings for places are drawn from John Baines and Jaromir Malek, Atlas of Ancient Egypt (New York: Facts on File Publications, 1980).


 

FREQUENT CITATIONS

 

Books

Bruckner, A. and Marichal, R. Chartae latinae antiquores IX. (Dietikon–Zürich; URS. Graf–Verlag, 1977)

Cavallo G., Maehler H., Greek Bookhands of the Early Byzantine Period, A.D. 300–800, Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies, Supplement 47 (London: University of London/Institute of Classical Studies, 1987)

Cavenaille, Robert. Corpus papyrorum latinarum. (Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz, 1956)

Grenfell, B. P., Hunt, A. S., et al. The Oxyrhynchus Papyri vols. I, II, III, IV, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, and XI. (London: Egypt Exploration Fund/Graeco–Roman Branch, 1898–1915)

Grenfell, B. P., Hunt, A. S., and Hogarth, D.G. Fayûm Towns and Their Papyri. (London: Egypt Exploration Fund/Graeco–Roman Branch, 1900)

Grenfell, B. P., Hunt, A. S. The Hibeh Papyri pt. I. (London: Egypt Exploration Fund/Graeco Roman Branch, 1906)

Johnson, A. C., van Hoesen, H. B. Papyri in the Princeton University Collections vol. I. (Baltimore; The Johns Hopkins Press, 1931)

Johnson, A. C., Goodrich, S. P. Papyri in the Princeton University Collections vol. III. (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1942)

Kase, E. H., Jr. Papyri in the Princeton University Collections vol. II. (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1936)

Preisigke, F., Bilabel, F., and Kießling, E,. et al., Sammelbuch griechischer Urkunden aus Ägypten vol. III (Berlin and Leipzig: Walter de Gruyter & Co., 1926), vol. IV (Heidelberg: Privately published, 1931), vol. V (Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz, 1971), and vol. X (Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz, 1971), and vol. XII (Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz, 1977)

Tjäder, Jan–Olof. Die nichtliterarischen lateinischen Papyri Italiens aus der Zeit 445–700 (Lund: C.W.K. Gleerup, 1955)

Varia papyrologica, Corpus dei papiri filosofici greci e latini (1991); Corpus dei papiri filosofici greci e latini (CPF): Testi e lessico nei papiri di cultura greca e latina), edited by Francesco Adorno, et al., Accademia Toscana di Scienze e Lettere "La Colombaria" (Florence: Leo S. Olschki, 1995), part III (Commentari): 52–62

 

Serials

ArchivArchiv für Papyrusforschung und verwandte Gebiete
AegyptusAegyptus. Revista italiana di egittologia e di papirologia
ANRWAufstieg und Niedergang der römischen Welt
AncSocAncient Society
BASPBulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists
Bibl.OrientBibliotheca Orientalis
Cd'ÉChronique d'Égypte: Bulletin périodique de la Fondation Égyptologique Reine Élisabeth
CPClassical Philology
EnchoriaEnchoria: Zeitschrift für Demotistik und Koptologie
JEAJournal of Egyptian Archaeology
JJPJournal of Juristic Papyrology
SBSammelbuch griechischer Urkunden aus Ägypten
TAPATransactions of the American Philological Association
TycheTyche: Beiträge zur alten Geschichte, Papyrologie und Epigraphik
ZPE Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik

 

ACCESS, CONDITIONS OF USE, PUBLICATION

      The Princeton University Library encourages scholarly publications based on its papyri collections. Papyri are among the oldest and most fragile research materials in the Princeton University Library. In order to help preserve them, visitors should only request papyri if they intend to study, research, or publish them. Nearly all papyri at Princeton are stored on site in Firestone Library, in a new vault area with environmental conditions that are ideal for the long–term preservation of papyri and other unique materials. However, the conditions are far colder than the environment in the reading room of the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections. Papyri can be damaged by being moved suddenly between these two radically different environments. For this reason, papyri must be acclimatized for at least 24 hours in an intermediate environment within the Department before they can be safely used in the reading room. Therefoe, researchers must request papyri at least a full day before their actual visit. For appointments, contact Don C. Skemer, Curator of Manuscripts, dcskemer@princeton.edu  Researchers who are interested in papyri in the Scheide Library or Cotsen Children’s Library should contact the librarians responsible for those collections.
      Princeton papyri are available for scholarly research in the reading room of the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections. Several hundred papyri, including all the published papyri with the “P. Princeton” designation, are glass–mounted, as they have been since the 1920s. However, in the 1990s, mat assemblies were used to mount the mass of previously unmounted papyri. In mat assemblies, only a thin sheet of Mylar separates the papyri from the reasearchers. Touching the Mylar can damage the papyri. Researchers are therefore cautioned not to do so. Papyrus scrap, described in the final section of this checklist as “uncataloged papyri,” should be previewed by reearchers using notebooks of color photocopies, rather than the unmounted papyri themselves. In the reading room, researchers will not allowed to remove papyri from their glass–mounts or mat assemblies. Researchers who identify problems in the mounting or description of papyri should bring their concerns to the attention of the Curator of Manuscripts. Magnifying glasses are available in the reading room for use by researchers. But no microscope is available for reading room use. In some cases, digital images are already available online either through the Princeton University Library Papyrus Home Page or through the APIS database. Researchers should use these before making requests to see the originals.
      University policy does not permit library staff to assign exclusive permission to particular researchers to study and publish papyri, or to inform others about the research topics of researchers using the Princeton collections. Most papyri are available for photoduplication by the department’s professional photographer: http://www.princeton.edu/~rbsc/research/photodup.html Personal photography is not ordinarily allowed for papyri. The Library does not charge publication or broadcast fees for the publication and reproduction of papyri in scholarly journals and monographs. http://www.princeton.edu/~rbsc/research/rights.html Researchers seeking permission should send a formal written request to the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections. Requests must provide full bibliographic information; and in the case of printed books, the researchers needs to indicate the press run.

 


G R E E K

 

BIBLICAL TEXT

 

New Testament. Epistle of St. James, II.19–III.11

AM 4117; P.Oxy. IX 1171: Frame 15

Published: Arthur S. Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri IX (1912); William Henry Paine Hatch, The Principal Uncial Manuscripts of the New Testament (Chicago, 1939), plate v; Karl Jaroš, ed., Das Neue Testament nach den ältesten griechischen Handschriften (Mainz: Verlag Philipp Rutzen, 2006). CD–Rom.

Oxyrhynchus, late III A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

20 lines recto, 20 lines verso, 11.5 x 4.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

New Testament. Epistle of St. James, ii.16–18, 22, 24–25, iii.2–4

P.Princeton II 15; GD 7742

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936)

Oxyrhynchus, V A.D.

Upper margin 3.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

8.7 x 6.5 and 6.0 x 6.5 cm.

(a) 8 lines recto, 7 lines verso (b) 7 lines recto, 7 lines verso

Location: C040l, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Old Testament. Ezekiel, xix.12–xxxix.29. 21 leaves or 42 pages of a codex.

Scheide M 97

Published: A.C. Johnson, H.S. Gehman, E. H. Kase, Jr, The John H. Scheide Biblical Papyri Ezekiel,

(Princeton University Studies in Papyrology 3, 1938).

Cited: E.G. Turner, The Typology of the Early Codex. (1977): xvii.

Provenance unknown, early III A.D.

Upper margins ca. 2.5 cm., lower margins to 3.0 cm., outer margins 1.4–2 cm., inner margins 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

49–53 lines per column recto; 52–57 lines per column verso, 34.4 x 12.8 cm.

Location: The Scheide Library

 

Old Testament, Isaiah, 23.9–10; 23.14–15

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. II 2G

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: AnneMarie Luijendijk, “A New Fragment of LXX Isaiah 23 (Rahlfs–Fraenkel 844),” Bulletin

of the American Society of Papyrologists, vol. 47 (2010), pp. 33–43.

Provenance unknown, II–III A.D.

Lower margin 1.5 cm. on each side

Papyrus

Greek

5 lines recto, 5 lines verso, 5.0 x 5.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 5 Item 1

 

See also entries under Coptic\Biblical Text.

 

EARLY CHRISTIAN TEXT

 

Amulet. Gnostic fever amulet (both pagan and Christian)

P.Princeton II 107; AM 8963

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936); Thomas J. Kraus, “Manuskripte mit dem Text des Vaterunsers mehr als nur reine Zeugen für den Text selbst,“ in New Testament Manuscripts: Their Texts and Their World, edited by Thomas J. Kraus and T. Niklas (Brill: Leiden, 2005).

Provenance unknown, IV/V A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

20 lines, 15.5 x 13.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

DEED. For gifts made to churches in Ravenna, 7th century A.D. See Latin section (p.198)

 

Kollouthos.

Letter from Kollouthos to his master (with a reference to village liturgists).

Introduced with cmg contains a nomen sacrum.

Princeton Papyrus II 104; GD 7632

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published in E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections lI (1936); J. O'Callaghan, Cartas cristianas griegas del siglo V (1963), nr.30.

Provenance unknown, V A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

8 lines, 9.5 x 10.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Leon.

Christian letter from Leon.

AM 4107; P.Oxy. VIII 1162: Frame 15

Published: Arthur S. Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri VIII (1911); D. Barker, ed., Papyri from the Rise of Christianity in Egypt (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming).

Oxyrhynchus, IV A.D.

Lower margin ca. 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

15 lines, 9.2 x 12.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter. Condolence letter containing the phrase uƒÒj Ð qeoà

P.Princeton II 102; AM 8957 (mounted with P. Princeton II 101).

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936)

M. Naldini, Il cristianesimo in Egitto. Lettere private nei papiri dei secoli IIIV (1968): 166168

Cited: T.C. Skeat, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II," JEA 23 (1937): 89; 

U. Wilcken, "UrkundenReferat," Archiv 12 (193637): 233; B. G. Mandilaras, The Verb in the Greek NonLiterary Papyri (1973): 342 §849 (1).

Provenance unknown, IV A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

17 lines + 1 line in margin, 10.0 x 7.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter of introduction to Phoibammon assistant of the protocometae of the village of Coba. Address on

back. Signed with cmg.

P.Princeton II 105; AM 8964

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936)

Oxyrhynchus, VI A.D.

Lower margin 3.0 cm., left margin 1.0 cm., right margin 0.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

5 lines, 8.0 x 32.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter of recommendation containing phrase ™n kur…w qeù.

P.Princeton II 101; AM 8958

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936); M. Naldini,

Il cristianesimo in Egitto. Lettere private nei papiri dei secoli IIIV (1968): 285

Provenance unknown, IV A.D.

Upper margin 1.0 cm., right margin ca. 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

10 lines, 10.0 x 7.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter. Christian letter mentioning "the brothers". Has a nomen sacrum, and possibly has a monastic connection.

AM 11231 A

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III A.D.

Lower left side, left margin 1.5 cm., lower margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

30 lines, 16.6 x 11.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter or documentary text. Text written in red ink.

AM 11231 B

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

17 lines, 20.6 x 9.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Loan with surety of Aurelius Phib, doorkeeper of the Church of St. Theodore, to Aurelius Georgios.

P. Princeton II 87; AM 8966

Published in Kase, Jr, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936).

Cited: R.S. Bagnall, K.A Worp, Regnal Formulas in Byzantine Egypt (1979): 68; P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Short Genitive or Egyptian Name Form?," ZPE 64 (1986): 119; P.Mich. 15 743 n. to ll. 9–10.

Oxyrhynchus, 612 A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

20 lines, 15.0 x 8.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

See also entries under Coptic\Biblical Text, Christian Text.


LITERARY TEXT

 

Text concerning Simonides of Keos.

AM 87–59 A (removed from mummy cartonnage)

Published: Bruce H. Kraut, “The Princeton Simonides,” in James M. S. Cowey and Bärbel Kramer, eds., Paramone Editionen und Aufsätze von Mitgliedern des Heidelberger Instituts für Papyrologie Zwischen 1982 und 2004, Archiv für Papyrusforschung und Verwandte Gebiete, no. 16, pp. 1–5, tables I–II.

Richard Rawles, "Simonides and a New Papyrus in Princeton," ZPE, vo. 153 (2005), pp. 59–67.

Provenance unknown, II(?) B.C.

upper margin? 1.0 cm., lower margin 3.5–4 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

7 lines, 11.0 x 6.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 8 Item 1

 

Aristophanes.

Clouds 1–11; 38–48 with scholia. On the verso ends of lines 1–11; on the recto parts of lines 38–48. Scholia on lines 2–5 are probably contemporary with the main text. Accents and breathings inserted by two hands: ll. 1–11, 38 in a second hand, ll. 39–48 in the hand of the original scribe. On the recto are glosses in the left–hand margin. In the upper margin, (recto), are some brief notes on line 52 written in a lighter ink and a different hand. A correction in the order of words in line 47 is probably later than the glosses in the margin, and was written by the writer of the notes in the upper margin. Line 1 appears at the top of a column, so it is likely that Clouds is the first play in this manuscript.

AM 9054; P.Oxy. XI 1371: Frame 91

Published: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri XI (1915); G. Cavallo, H. Maehler, Greek Bookhands of the Early Byzantine Period, A.D. 300–800 (1987); Kathleen McNamee, ed., Annotations in Greek and Latin Texts from Egypt, American Studies in Papyrology (Oxford: Oxbow Books, 2007).

Oxyrhynchus, V A.D.

Upper margin 4.5 cm., right margin 9.4 cm. verso; upper margin 4.5 cm., left margin 5.0 cm. recto

Papyrus

Greek

6 lines text, 16 lines scholia, verso; 11 lines text, 10 lines scholia, recto, 10.6 x 12.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Aristophanes.

Frogs 44–50; 85–90; 840–861; 879–902. Four fragments from two leaves of a codex containing Frogs. Parts of 55 lines from the early/middle portions of the play. Fragment (1) ll. 44–50 recto; 85–90 verso; fragments (2–4) 840–861 verso; 879–902 recto. Iota adscript is sometimes written. Marks of elision and diereses written by original scribe.

AM 9055; P.Oxy. XI 1372: Frame 92

Published: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri XI (1915)

Oxyrhynchus, V A.D.

Right margin 2.5 cm. verso; left margin 1.5 cm. recto

Papyrus

Greek

(1) 7 lines recto, 6 lines verso; (2–4) 22 lines verso, 14 lines recto, 10.8 x 9.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Aristophanes.

Peace ll. 1326–1335; Knights ll.6–15; 1013–1017; 1057–1062. Two fragments:

(a) Peace 1326–1335 verso, Knights 6–15 recto; (b) Knights 1013–1017 recto, 1057–1062 verso. Corrections to both texts but each in a different hand, neither the hand of the original scribe, who added one (incorrect) accent and marks of elision and diereses.

AM 9056; P.Oxy. XI 1373: Frame 92

Published: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri XI (1915); G. Cavallo, H. Maehler, Greek Bookhands of the Early Byzantine Period, A.D. 300–800 (1987): 42

Oxyrhynchus, V A.D.

Upper margin 2.0 cm., left margin 2.5 cm., right margin 2.5 cm., recto

Upper margin 1.5 cm., left margin ca. 2.0 cm., right margin 8.4 cm., verso

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 10 lines (b) 6 lines, recto; (a) 10 lines (b) 6 lines, verso, 8.5 x 17.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Aristophanes.

Wasps. ll.443–467; 486–513; 558–577; 607–626; 746–760; 790–808; 814–819; 825–830; 863, 865–869; 875–878. Five fragments. One correction made by the scribe. Paragraphi and diereses marked, apostrophes used to mark elision. Page numbers 19[5] and 196 found on fragment (1).

AM 9052; P.Oxy. XI 1374: Frame 90

Published: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri XI (1915); G. Cavallo, H. Maehler, Greek Bookhands of the Early Byzantine Period, A.D. 300–800 (1987) (with plate)

Oxyrhynchus, V–VI A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

Fr.(1) 17.7 x; 12.8 cm., Fr. (2) 14.2 x 21.3 cm., Fr. (3) 10.7 x; 11.0 cm., Fr. (4) 3.2 x 2.6 cm., Fr. (3) 4.0 x 1.8 cm.

Fr. (1) 26 lines v., 29 lines r., Fr. (2) 20 lines r, 19 lines v. Fr. (3) 18 lines r., 19 lines v., Fr. (4) 6 lines r, 6 lines v., Fr. (5) 6 lines r., 4 lines v.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Aristophanes(?)

[Fragment found with other leaves from a codex containing works of Aristophanes (P. Oxy. XI 1371–1374); this, too, is presumably Aristophanes, also written in a fifth cent. A.D. hand (in the same hand as above, though the text is not from Wasps)].

AM 9048; P.Oxy. XI 1403: Frame 88

Published: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri XI (1915)

Oxyrhynchus, V A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

3 lines recto, 2 lines verso, 2.0 x 3.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Aristophanes(?).

Three fragments found with other leaves from a codex containing works of Aristophanes; this too is presumably a work by Aristophanes, also written in a fifth–century A.D. hand (although not in the same hand as P.Oxy. 1374), with semi–uncial scholia.

AM 9047; P.Oxy. XI 1402: Frame 88

Published: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri XI (1915)

Oxyrhynchus, V A.D. (?)

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 6 lines (b) 2 lines, recto; (a) 4 lines (b) 2 lines (c) 7 lines, verso, (a) 4.0 x 4.1 cm. (b) 2.0 x 3.5 cm. (c) 3.1 x 4.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Demosthenes.

De corona §167–169. One column, almost complete.

AM 9051; P.Oxy. XI 1377: Frame 89

Published: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri XI (1915)

Oxyrhynchus, I B.C.

Upper margin 2.5 cm., lower margin(?) 2.3 cm., right margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

24 lines, 29.1 x 12.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Euripides.

Hecuba 700–704; 737–740. Text appears both on recto and verso.

AM 4436; P.Oxy. VI 876: Frame 34

Published: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri VI (1908)

Oxyrhynchus, V A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

3 lines recto; 2 lines verso, 2.9 x 8.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Hellanicus.

Atlantis I

AM 4096; P.Oxy. VIII 1084: Frame 8

Published: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri VIII (1911)

Oxyrhynchus, II A.D.

Upper margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

17 lines, 11.5 x 7.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Herodotus.

History I.76

AM 1093; P.Oxy. I 19: Frame 1

Published: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri I (1898)

Oxyrhynchus, II–III A.D.

Upper margin 5.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

16 lines, 12.5 x 8.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Herodotus.

History, V.104–5. A list of names, written transversa charta on the verso.

AM 4425; P.Oxy. IV 695: Frame 35

Published: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhychus Papyri IV (1904)

Oxyrhynchus, III A.D.

Upper margin 3.0 cm.?

Papyrus

Greek

25 lines, 24.3 x 7.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Herodotus.

Epitome of Herodotus, History VII.148–152 (recto) and VII 163 (verso). Perhaps to be attributed to Theopompus. Leaf from a codex.

AM 4118; P.Oxy. VI 857: Frame 14

Published: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri VI (1908)

Oxyrhynchus, IV A.D.

Right margin 1.5 cm. recto, left margin 1.5 cm. verso

Parchment

Greek

ca. 13 lines recto; ca. 13 lines verso, 10.7 x 7.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Hippocrates.

Epidemics II, vi:11–22.

This papyrus may join at the bottom of a papyrus published in ZPE in 1978 and may be related to the great Vaticanus. of Hippocrates (Vat. Gr. 276).

AM 15960 1 A: Kase Collection. May appear also under AM 15960A.)

Published: Ann Ellis Hanson, "Fragmentation and the Greek Medical Writers," in Glenn W. Most, ed., Collecting Fragments/Fragmente Sammeln (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1997): 289–314. A.E. Hanson and Traianos Gagos, “Well–Articulated Spaces: Hippocrates, Epidemics II 6, 7–12,” in Isabella Andorlini, ‘Specimina’ per il Corpus dei Papiri Greci di Medicina: Atti dell’ Incontro di Studio (Firenze, 28–29 marzo 1996) (Florence: Istituto Papirologico <<G. Vitelli>> 1997), pp. 117–140, plate III. Also to appear in ZPE, Corpus dei papyri filosophi greci e latini.

Provenance unknown, late II–mid I B.C.

Lower margin(?) 0.6 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

24 lines, 10.5 x 4.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 2 Item 1

 

Homer.

Iliad, iv.532–539. The text appears on the verso; on the recto traces of 7 lines, probably from an account.

AM 4426; P.Oxy. IV 754: Frame 34

Described: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri IV (1904)

Oxyrhynchus, I A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

8 lines, 5.5 x 2.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Homer.

Iliad, iv:378–384

P.Princeton III 110; AM 11227 E

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942).

Cited: Jean Bingen, "Fragments d'un rouleau du IVe chant de l'Iliade," Cd'É XL (1965): 351–452.

Provenance unknown, I/II A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

7 lines, 4.5 x 3.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Homer.

Iliad, i.209–239. Part of a roll.

P.Princeton III 108; GD 7740

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942)

Provenance unknown, II A.D.

Upper margin 2.5 cm., lower margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

31 lines, 32.0 x 7.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Homer.

Iliad, xiv:227–253, 256–263. Above each column are traces of erased text.

AM 4405; P.Oxy. III 551: Frame 25

Described: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri III (1903(1903 );

Paul Collart, “Les papyrus de l’Iliade,” Revue de Philologie, 3e s., VI (1932), pp. 315- 349, no. 26; Charles Henry Oldfather,

The Greek Literary Texts from Greco-Roman Egypt (Madison, Wisconsin, 1923), p. 33, no. 602.

Oxyrhynchus, II A.D.

Upper margin 2.5 cm., lower margin 3.0 cm., intercolumnar space at least 4.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 26 lines (ii) 27 lines, 24.5 x 25.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Homer.

Iliad, vi.1–15; 25–39. Part of a leaf from a codex, recto written Ψ, verso ς.

P.Princeton III 111; GD 7533

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942)

Provenance unknown, II A.D.

Upper margin 1.5 cm., left margin 1.0 cm. recto; upper margin 1.5 cm., right margin 1.5 cm. verso

Papyrus

Greek

15 lines recto, 15 lines verso, 8.2 x 9.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Homer.

Iliad, v.130–173. Written on the verso. Text poorly preserved. On the recto is part of a document written in two hands and dated Phaophi of an unknown year.

AM 4427; P.Oxy. IV 755: Frame 36

Described: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri IV (1904 ); Paul Collart, “Les papyrus de l’Iliade,” Revue de Philologie,

3e s., VI (1932), pp. 315- 349, no. 179; Charles Henry Oldfather, The Greek Literary Texts from Greco-Roman Egypt

(Madison, Wisconsin, 1923), p. 30, no. 527.

Oxyrhynchus, III A.D.

Upper margin 1.5(?) cm., lower margin 2.4(?) cm.

Papyrus

Greek

45(?) lines, 29.0 x 6.0 cm. (19.0 x 6.0 cm. ed. pr.)

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Homer.

Iliad xx.425–437, 470–482. Two fragments, text on both recto and verso.

AM 4437; Frame 34

Described: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri VI (1908)

Oxyrhynchus, IV A.D.

(a) left margin 1.5 cm. verso

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 12 lines recto, 13 lines verso (b) 8 lines recto, 9 lines verso, (a) 8.4 x 6.1 cm. (b) 6.1 x 6.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Homer.

Iliad i.216–237 recto ; i.574–597 verso. Part of a codex.

P.Princeton III 109; GD 7656

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942)

Provenance unknown, V A.D.

Upper margin 3.3 cm. recto; 1.7 cm. verso

Papyrus

Greek

22 lines recto, 24 lines verso, 21.0 x 3.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Homer.

Iliad, xxi:464–468

AM 11224 D

Published: Bruce Kraut, "P. Princ. AM 11224 D," BASP 24 (1–2) (1987): 35

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Upper margin(?) at least 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

5 lines, 2.8 x 1.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Homer.

Odyssey. recto; ix.405–408, 410–412: verso; ix.358–361, 364 with accents (fragments a, b) and three small unidentified scraps (c, d, e) apparently from the same manuscript.

AM 9049; P.Oxy. XI 1396: Frame 88

Described: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri XI (1915). To be published by Franco Montanari.

Oxyrhynchus, V A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 2.7 x 3.7 cm. (b) 2.3 x 2.2 cm. (c) 2.0 x 3.8 cm. (d) 2.8 x 1.5 cm. (e) 0.5 x 1.0 cm.

(a) 3 lines (b) 3 lines (e) 1 line recto

(a) 4? lines (b) 1 line (c) 4? lines (d) 5 lines (e) 1 line verso

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Homer.

Odyssey, xxii and xxiii, cols. (i), (ii), (iii), (iv), and (v) in Princeton, the rest in the Cornell collection, currently housed at the University of Michigan. Marks of elision made by the original scribe; other diacriticals and corrections done by a second hand. The Princeton portions of the papyrus consist of eight fragments on which the text is preserved in the following manner: (i) fragment a (ii) fragment b (iii) fragments b, c, d, e (iv) fragments f, g (v) fragment h. Fragment h now preserves only 8 lines, not twelve as published in the ed. pr. The 12 lines of column (iv) are not wholly consecutive: (f) 10 lines from the top of the column, (g) 2 lines from the bottom of a column.

AM 4422 verso; P.Oxy. III 448: Frame 33

Published: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri III (1903)

Oxyrhynchus, n.d.

(i) lower margin 3.0 cm. (ii) lower margin 3.5 cm. (iii) lower margin 1.5 cm. (iv) upper margin 3.0 cm., lower margin 3.3 cm. (v) upper margin 3.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 12.0 x 7.5 cm.  (b) 11.0 x 8.3 cm.  (c) 8.8 x 3.5 cm.  (d) 9.5 x 7.9 cm.  (e) 5.7 x 4.0 cm.

(f) 8.1 x 8.5 cm.  (g) 4.2 x 3.6 cm.  (h) 8.5 x 6.2 cm.

(i) 16 lines (ii) 14 lines (iii) 28 lines (iv) 12 lines (v) 8 lines

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Homer.

Odyssey. Scholia minora

AM 9050 verso; P.Oxy. XI 1397: Frame 88

Published: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri XI (1915)

Oxyrhynchus, V A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

4 lines, 3.2 x 2.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Isocrates.

Antidosis, 16–18. Fragment from a roll which probably had at least 30 lines per column. Correction at the top of the column, a passage omitted by the original scribe, written in a second hand. Traianos Gagos believes it is from the same roll as a fragment in the University of Michigan papyrology collection.

P.Princeton III 113; GD 7527

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942); Corpus dei papyri filosophi greci e latini.

Provenance unknown, II A.D.

Upper margin 3.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

11 lines: M1 3 lines, M2 8 lines, 9.5 x 7.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Isocrates.

Trapeziticus §44–§48. Parts of three columns.

AM 4097; P.Oxy. IX 1183: Frame 9

Published: in Arthur S. Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri IX (1912); Corpus dei papyri filosophi greci e latini.

Oxyrhynchus, late I A.D.

Upper margin 5.0 cm., lower margin ca. 6.0 cm., intercolumnar space 2.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 24 lines (ii) 29 lines (iii) 30 lines, 27.0 x 18.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Plato.

Commentary on Plato, Alcibiades i.133C–D

AM 11224 C

Published: Bruce Kraut, "P. Princeton inv. AM 11224 C and Plato's Alcibiades," ZPE 51 (1983): 76–79; F. Lasserre, "Anonyme. Commentaire de l'Alcibiade I de Platon," in F. Decleva Caizzi, et al., Varia papyrologica, Studi e testi per il Corpus dei papiri filosofici greci e latini; 5 (1991); Corpus dei papiri filosofici greci e latini (CPF): Testi e lessico nei papiri di cultura greca e latina), edited by Francesco Adorno, et al., Accademia Toscana di Scienze e Lettere "La Colombaria" (Florence: Leo S. Olschki, 1995), part III (Commentari): 52–62.

Provenance unknown, late II A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

15 lines, 10.5 x 6.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Sophocles.

Electra, 993–1007

AM 4423; P.Oxy. IV 693: Frame 34

Published: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri IV (1904)

Forthcoming publication: Patrick Finglass, “Sophocles’ Electra.” Edited with an introduction and commentary by P. J. Finglass, Cambridge Classical Texts and Commentaries (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006).

Oxyrhynchus, III A.D.

Upper margin 0.75 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

15 lines, 8.6 x 3.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Theocritus.

Idyl, xiii

AM 4424; P.Oxy. IV 694: Frame 28

Published: in Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri (1904)

Oxyrhynchus, first half(?) II A.D.

Upper margin 4.0 cm., left margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

16 lines, 14.2 x 8.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Xenophon.

Hellenica, I.6.30, 34, 36–37, 38; I.7.30, 32. Three fragments.

P.Princeton III 112; AM 11243

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942); Donald F. Jackson, "Hellenica," BASP 6.2 (1969): 48.

Cited: C. W. Keyes, AJP 65 (1944): 186, 187

Provenance unknown, IV A.D.

(a) space to right of text 1–1.5 cm. recto, space to left of text 1.5 cm. verso

Parchment

Greek

(a) 9 lines r., 9 lines v. (b) 12 lines r., 12 lines v. (c) 9 lines r., 7 lines v, (a) 4.5 x 5.0 cm. (b) 6.2 x 4.8 (c) 4.0 x 4.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Literary text. End of work with a colophon of three lines added, starting Colono[.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. II 218 C

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II–III A.D.

Left margin 0.75 cm.

18? Lines, 23.2 x 5.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 18 Item 1

 

Literary text referring to the house of Ajax and one of his off–spring.

AM 14601 A

Publication forthcoming: C. Michael Sampson, “A New Epic Fragment—On Achilles’ Helmet,” Bulletin of the

American Society of Papyrologists.

Provenance unknown, I B.C.–I A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

12 lines, 5.7 x 3.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 3 Item 4

 

Literary text. Two unidentified literary(?) fragments written in large uncials, each from a different document.

P.Princeton III 171; GD 7734 B and GD 7736 B (mounted with P.Princeton 156).

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942)

Provenance unknown, I A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 10 lines (b) 13 lines, (a) 6.0 x 2.4 cm. (b) 9.6 x 3.4

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Literary text(?) in multiple fragments.

GD 7731 A; II (248)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

2 lines

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Literary text(?) Unidentified fragment containing the new word Øpoyhf…dej

GD 7731 B recto (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 248): mounted with GD 7730 A,B.

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II–III A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

10 lines, 6.3 x 5.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Literary text, unidentified. Traces of a second column.

Garrett Deposit 1928, H. I. Bell, no. I 40

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

19 lines, 11.3 x 5.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 3 Item 1

 

Literary text(?). Christian(?)

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. III 50A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II–III A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

15 lines, 14.9 x 11.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 1 Item 1

 

Literary text(?) or letter.

AM 11224 F

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III(?) A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

20 lines, 11.7 x 4.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Unidentified fragment mounted with but unrelated to AM 87–59 A, concerning Simonides of Keos.

AM 87–59 A

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II(?) B.C.

Papyrus

Greek

5 lines, 11 x 3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 8 Item 1

 

Unidentified fragments, unrelated.

GD 7696 A, D, E, F, G

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

A) Demotic(?) D–G) Greek

A) 4 lines D) 5 lines E) 5 lines F) 16 lines G) 14 lines, A) 6.9 x 7.0 cm. D) 5.1 x 5.7 cm. E) 3.9 x 2.4 cm. F) 5.0 x 10.8 cm. G) 9.0 x 2.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Unidentified documents.

GD 7712 A, C, E, F; II (117)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

A) 8 lines C) 6 lines E) traces F) traces, A) 15.4 x 7.9 cm. C) 10.4 x 7.3 cm. E) 8.0 x 5.9 cm. F) 4.3 x 4.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Unidentified documents. Four fragments in a handsome cursive hand. Three are from the same document.

GD 7711 A–D; II (110)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, early III A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Unidentified fragment.

AM 11224 E

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

4 lines, 4.2 x 7.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Two unidentified fragments.

GD 7702 C, D

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

C) 2(?) lines, C) 4.4 x 8.2 cm. D) 4.4 x 3.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Unidentified fragments. Ten fragments.

GD 7708 A, B, C, D, G, H, J, L, M, P; II (80)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Unidentified fragments.

GD 7719 A–F; II (158)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

A) 7.3 x 6.5 cm. B) 8.9 x 3.9 cm. C) 9.8 x 6.7 cm. D) 10.2 x 9.9 cm. E) 5.4 x 5.0 cm. F) 8.2 x 9.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Unidentified fragments; unrelated.

GD 7720 A, B, D; II (164)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

A) 3 lines B) 3 lines D) 6 lines, A) 8.3 x 10.4 cm. B) 6.9 x 9.0 cm. D) (?)

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Unidentified fragments.

GD 7726 A, C; II (214)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

A) 9 lines C) 7 lines, A) 11.4 x 6.0 cm. C) 7.1 x 6.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Unidentified fragments; unrelated.

GD 7721 A, B, C, E: Part 1; GD 7722: Part 2; II (170)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek and Coptic(?)

A) 14 lines B) 4 lines C) 4 lines, A) 19.4 x 5.5 cm. B) 4.6 x 7.2 cm. C) (?) E) 19.0 x 10.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Unidentified fragments of documents in eight pieces (A: a,b,c,d, K: a,b,c,d)

AM 87–53 A, K

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

A(a) 2 lines (b) 3 lines (c) 2 lines (d) 7 lines, (a) 4.5 x 2.9 cm. (b) 2.1 x 3.0 cm. (c) 3.0 x 4.0 cm. (d) 6.6 x 5.9 cm.

K(a) 11 lines(traces) (b) 4 lines (c) 1 line(?) (d) 5 lines, (a) 13.8 x 3.5 cm. (b) 3.8 x 3.0 cm. (c) 6.7 x 2.7 cm. (d) 3.4 x 4.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 15 Item 5

 

Unidentified fragments.

GD 7716 A, B; II (142)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Traces of lines only, A) 15.8 x 12.5 cm. B) 14.5 x 5.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Unidentified fragments.

GD A, B, D, E, F; II (154)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Literary text(?)

AM 11224 G

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Upper margin 4.5 cm., right margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

18 lines, 13.5 x 4.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Pieces of linen from a mummy mask.

AM 15960 D 8

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Cloth

No writing

7.0 x 2.5 cm., 5.4 x 2.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 15 Item 6

 

Pieces of wrapping from an Alexandrian mummy.

Unpublished

Alexandria, Date unknown

Cloth

No writing

(a) 3.1 x 3.4 cm. (b) 3.8 x 2.4 cm. (c) 2.4 x 1.4 cm. (d) 2.1 x 1.9 cm. (e) 3.3 x 4.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 15 Item 6

 

Literary text(?) of four related fragments. On the verso gesso and decoration.

In many places the top layer of fibers has been stripped or has peeled.

AM 87–59 B (removed from mummy cartonnage, summer, 1982)

Unpublished (?)

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

 (a) 19 lines (b) 7+ lines (c) 8 lines (d) 8 lines, (a) 13.0 x 4.2 cm. (b) 9.5 x 3.2 cm. (c) 4.5 x 1.2 cm. (d) 5.6 x 0.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 13 Item 1

 

Literary scrap.

AM 87–59 C

Unpublished.

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

2 lines, 3.2 x 0.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 15 Item 4

 

Mummy cartonnage; two fragments with pigment and traces of writing.

AM 87–50 B

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 53 Item 3

 

Mummy cartonnage; two fragments with layers not entirely separated

AM 87–50 F

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 53 Item 3

 

Mummy cartonnage; six fragments with only the slightest traces of Greek writing.

AM 87–50 G

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 53 Item 3

 

Mummy cartonnage; miscellaneous fragments

AM 87–50 H,I

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 53 Item 4

 

Unidentified documents in four fragments (a,b,c,d).

AM 87–50 D

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 2(?) lines (b) 3 lines (c) 4 lines (d) 9 lines, (a) 8.4 x 3.2 cm. (b) 4.9 x 1.1 cm. (c) 9.8 x 3.9 cm. (d) 8.1 x 1.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 15 Item 4

 

Mummy cartonnage fragments.

Mummy 137 A–B

Unpublished.

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Cloth

No writing

(A) 4.1 x 7.9 cm. (B) 16.8 x 13.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 15 Item 1

 

Mummy cartonnage fragments. (C) ancient string and knot (D) cloth taken from the wrapping of a mummified crocodile.

Mummy 137 C–D

Unpublished

Tebtunis, Date unknown

Cloth

No writing

(C) 10.7 cm. long (D) 5.8 x 2.8 cm., 3.4 x 2.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 15 Item 2

 

Literary text(?) or letter written in a formal hand Ψ. On the back two lines written in a cursive hand.

Garrett Deposit NS 6 (= GD 9565)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished (?).

Umm el Karagal, II–III A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

13 lines, 8.5 x 3.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 4 Item 1

 

Cartonnage from a mummified crocodile, including polychrome decoration, cloth, string, a knot, and small documentary papyrus fragments.

AM 8760 C

Unpublished

Tebtunis, II BC

Painted gesso on papyrus(?)

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117, Box 8 Item 1-5

 

Literary text(?) Traces of a previous column.

AM 8973 F: Frame 86

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

14 lines, 10.0 x 4.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Literary text(?) in two fragments.

AM 11247 C, D

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

D: upper margin 2.0 cm., perhaps with a column number.

Papyrus

Greek

C) 6 lines D) 4 lines, C) 4.6 x 5.9 cm. D) 4.6 x 5.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Philosophical treatise(?). Recto written Ψ. The papyrus is a palimpsest, the philosophical text being secondary. Only traces of the original text remain. Verso, written ς, is in a different hand.

P.Princeton III 115; AM 11227 C (mounted with P.Princeton 110).

Published in Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942).

Provenance unknown, II–III A.D.

Upper margin 1.2 cm. (both sides)

Papyrus

Greek

6 lines recto, 4 lines verso, 5.2 x 5.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

PHILOSOPHICAL TREATISE. See also Latin\Literary Text\Philosophical Treatise.


SUB–LITERARY TEXT

 

Alphabet(?). Sets of three/four lines of text separated by a single letter in alphabetical sequence. Parts of three lines of text for b, text for g, d and heading for e.

AM 11238 D verso: mounted with P.Princeton III 167

Right margin 2.5 cm.

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

11.4 x 12.7 cm.

13 lines

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Amulet written on a lead tablet.

Acc. 2004–019

Gift of Bruce C. Willsie, Class of 1986

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Lead tablet

Greek

10.5 x 6.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Astronomical (or astrological) treatise, much of the text is under a layer of dirt.

GD 7661 (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 113)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, I A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

17(?) lines, 12.8 x 9.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 9 Item 1

 

Literary work, text makes reference to Aphrodite. Two lines in the middle of the text are in a second hand. The recto contained a document, possibly a letter.

AM 14601 B

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

20 lines: 10 lines M1, 10 lines M2, 17.6 x 11.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 3 Item 5

 

Horoscope.

P.Princeton II 75; GD 7668

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936).

Provenance unknown, 138–161 A.D.

Upper margin 2.0 cm., lower margin 3.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

18 lines, 20.0 x 14.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Horoscope.

AM 8971 A: Frame 84

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II–I B.C.

Papyrus

Greek

14 lines, 20.2 x 14.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Magic scroll on silver lamella with silver suspension capsule.

Acc. No. 2004–019

Gift of Bruce C. Willsie, Class of 1986

Eastern Mediterranean, V–VI A.D.

Silver lamella

Greek, Hebrew, Aramaic

4.5 x 3.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Magic scroll on silver lamella.

Acc. No. 2004–107

Eastern Mediterranean, V–VI A.D.

Silver lamella

Aramaic

12 lines, 4.7 x 2.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Magical text. Erotic incantation.

P.Princeton II 76; GD 7665

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936).

Provenance unknown, III A.D.

Upper margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

21 lines, 14.0 x 8.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Magical text. Fever amulet. The papyrus is a palimpsest.

P. Princeton III 159; AM 11230 B (mounted with P. Princeton III 146).

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942);

Suppl. Mag. 1 11

Provenance unknown, III–IV A.D.

Upper margin 1.0 cm., lower margin 1.5 cm., left margin 0.75 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

19 lines, 6.0 x 14.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Medical text. Prescription for eye salve. The papyrus, written both sides in the same hand, contains two medical prescriptions complete with titles and directions for use. Originally published as accounts for medical supplies. Side published in ed. pr. as recto is written Ψ, verso is written ς.

P.Princeton III 155; AM 11224 B

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942);

L. C. Youtie, "A Medical Prescription for an Eye Salve," ZPE 23 (1976): 121–129

Provenance unknown, II–III A.D.

Lower margin 1.0 cm. recto; lower margin 2.5 cm. verso

Papyrus

Greek

11 lines recto; 8 lines verso, 6.0 x 3.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Medical treatise.

P.Princeton III 114; GD 7601 verso

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942).

D.R. Jordan, "New Readings in P. Princ 114. A treatise in tumors," BASP 12.2 (1975): 75.

Cited: C.H. Roberts, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III" JEA 29 (1943): 80

Provenance unknown, II–III A.D.

Upper margin 3.0 cm., lower margin 3.0 cm., intercolumnar space 1.5–2 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 22 lines (ii) 26 lines, 20.5 x 8.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

MEDICAL TREATISE. See also entry under Greek\Literary Text\Hippocrates.

 

Musical text. Sailor's song

AM 9053; P.Oxy. 1383: Frame 91

Published: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri XI (1915)

Oxyrhynchus, late III A.D.

Upper margin 0.5–1 cm., lower margin 1.5 cm., left margin 1.0 cm., right margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

5 lines, 5.4 x 12.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Oracle. Question addressed to the oracle of Zeus–Helios–Serapis concerning the purchase of a slave.

AM 4106; P.Oxy. VIII 1149: Frame 8

Published: Arthur S. Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri VIII (1911)

Oxyrhynchus, II A.D.

Upper margin 1.0 cm., lower margin 2.75 cm., left margin 1.0 cm., right margin 0.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

9 lines, 9.7 x 6.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Oracle. Question about a cure

AM 11224 Q

Published: P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Orakelfrage betreffs Heilmittel," ZPE 70 (1987): 104–105

Soknopaiou Nesos, II–III A.D.

Lower margin 1.2 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

5 lines, 4.2 x 7.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)


DOCUMENTS

 

Unidentified fragment.

No number.

No known information

(mounted with II 24)

13 lines, 28.3 x 5.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Unidentified document.

AM 11238

Unpublished.

Provenance unknown, Date unkown.

Papyrus

Greek

14 lines, 7.6 x 6.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 118, Box 62, Item 2

 

 

Account for wages? Consists of a series of names grouped under different days. Dates given are 6th, 7th, 11th, 12th, 13th of an unknown month. The entries for the 6th, 7th consist of names of seven individuals with the names entered in the same order for each day, although the order is varied for the entry of the 11th. Part of a roll: on the verso a kollesis 1.5–1.25 cm. from the left.

AM 4429; P.Hib. 149: Frame 37

Described: Grenfell and Hunt, The Hibeh Papyri I (1906)

Hibeh, ca. 250 B.C.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 10? lines (ii) 26? Lines, 14.0 x 10.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for sums collected. Dated year 2, Phaophi 29. Text written Ψ.

AM 4431; P.Hib. 153: Frame 39

Described: Grenfell and Hunt, The Hibeh Papyri I (1906)

Hibeh, 246 or 245 B.C.

Upper margin 1.3 cm., lower margin 3.0 cm., left margin 0.5 cm., right margin 2.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

11 lines, 10.7 x 10.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for wheat(?) mentioning rents. The text refers to the village of KerkeqoÁrij; two villages of this name are known, one in the Arsinoite nome, the other in the Hermopolite nome.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. XVIII 16

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Kom el Hisn (?), ca.124–125 B.C.

Lower margin 3.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

11 lines, 15.0 x 10.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 2 Item 2

 

Account, two fragments of the same document. Frag. (a) much abraded. Verso blank. Frag. (b) dates(?) and amounts. Traces of washed out text on verso. (Removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Adam Bülow–Jacobsen, July 1982)

AM 87–48 A

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II B.C.

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 10 lines (b) 11 lines, (a) 10 x 9.4 cm. (b) 9.2 x 5.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 11 Item 1

 

Unidentified documents, two unrelated fragments (a,b).

AM 87–49 B

Unpublished.

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 6 lines (b) 2 lines, (a) 19.4 x 8.0 cm. (b) 21.3 x 7.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 20 Item 1

 

Unidentified document, most of the text is obscured by gesso.

AM 87–53 K (a)

Unpublished.

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

Recto 19 lines verso 18 lines, 16.9 x 16.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 20 Item 7

 

Documentary text, possibly an account.

AM 87–53 E (I) (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Michael Fackelmann, Vienna, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II B.C.?

Left margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

 Recto 11 lines verso 22 lines, 15.8 x 6.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 12 Item 4

 

Unidentified two fragments from the same document. There is an account on verso.

AM 87–53 B (a)

Unpublished.

Provenance unknown, Ptolemaic period.

Papyrus

Greek

16 lines, 18 x 9.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 12 Item 7

 

Unidentified. Four fragments of documents.

AM 87–53 B (b,c,d,e)

Unpublished.

Provenance unknown, Ptolemaic period

Papyrus

Greek

(b) 2.8 x 7.6 cm. (c) 3.3 x 7.8 cm. (d) 4.7 x 3.5 cm. (e) 2 x 3.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 12 Item 6

 

Unidentified fragments of documents.

AM 87–53 I

Unpublished.

Provenance unknown, II B.C.

Papyrus

Greek

15.9 x 6.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 12 Item 8

 

Account dated year 12, Hathyr 21. Concerning sheep(?) and a guard. Possibly a copy of a receipt. Ends of lines of one column.

AM 87–53 G verso (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Michael Fackelmann, Vienna, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II(?) B.C.

Papyrus

Greek

10 lines, 12.0 x 4.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 12 Item 2

 

Document.

AM 87–60 D

Unpublished.

Provenance unknown, Date unknown.

Papyrus

Greek

15 lines, 11.7 x 8.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 21 Item 4

 

Account. Amounts of money recorded.

AM 87–58 verso

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II(?) B.C.

Papyrus

Greek

22 lines, 22.1 x 15.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account with amounts in drachmas.

AM 9051; P.Oxy. XI 1377 verso: Frame 89

Unpublished

Oxyrhynchus(?) I B.C.

Papyrus

Greek

21 lines, 29.1 x 12.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account including the names Herakleios and Dorotheus.

GD 7735 A (1928, H. I. Bell, no. I 20)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, I B.C.

Papyrus

Greek

16 lines, 14.2 x 7.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account mentioning barley. Three fragments of the same document, affected by water. Fragment (a) is the upper right side of the document. 5–6 lines of calculations may constitute a second column.

AM 87–48 F recto (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Adam Bülow–Jacobsen, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Ptolemaic period.

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 21.2 x 23.4 cm. (b) 10.9 x 9.2 cm. (c) 17.8 x 4.7 cm.

(a) 17 lines (b) 8 lines (c) 21 lines recto

(a) 16 lines (b) trace 1 line (c) 28 lines verso

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 56 Item 2

 

Account for water? Three fragments covering the 16th, 17th, 20th and 21st of a month, possibly Phaophi. The year is unknown. Fragment (a) has two columns of text.

AM 87–48 E recto (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Adam Bülow–Jacobsen, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Ptolemaic period.

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 14.4 x 21.4 cm. (b) 6.9 x 20.8 cm. (c) 1.1 x 5.8 cm.

(a) (i) 12 lines (ii) 9 lines (b) (i) 6 lines (ii) 4 lines recto,

(a) 12 lines (2 columns?), (b) 5 lines verso

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 56 Item 1

 

Account for land(?) or survey.

AM 87–48 G (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Adam Bülow–Jacobsen, July 1982

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Ptolemaic period

Papyrus

Greek

20 lines (at least), 21.5 x 15.5 cm. Height approximate: lower section not completely flattened.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 56 Item 3

 

Account. Three fragments: fragments (a), (b) in the same hand, (c) in a different hand. (a) possibly a summary of daily balances for the month of Phaophi for an unknown year. Dates are in the 20s. Mentions amounts of wine. (a) has two columns, (b) traces of the beginnings of lines. On the verso (a), (b), text is mostly obscured by gesso; (c) blank.

AM 87–48 I recto (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Adam Bülow–Jacobsen, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Ptolemaic period

Papyrus

Greek

(a) (i) 10 lines (ii) 13 lines (b) 14 lines (c) 17 lines, (a) 16.9 x 19.9 cm. (b) 15.0 x 3.5 cm. (c) 30.1 x 5.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 56 Item 4

 

Account. Three fragments of the same document, affected by water. Fragment. (c) mostly obscured by gesso. Dates: 27th, 28th, 29th of an unknown month. It is uncertain whether (a) has 2 or 3 columns.

AM 87–48 F verso (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Adam Bülow–Jacobsen, 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Ptolemaic period.

Papyrus

Greek

(a) (i) 17 lines, (ii/iii) 9 lines (b) faint traces (c) ?, (a) 21.2 x 23.4 cm. (b) 10.9 x 9.2 cm. (c) 17.8 x 4.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 56 Item 2

 

Account including a heading. Col. (i) records an amount of 4050 talents, followed later by an amount of 4087 talents. Traces of two columns(?) below the heading and introductory text.

AM 87–48 D verso (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Adam Bülow–Jacobsen, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Ptolemaic period.

Papyrus

Greek

14 lines, 15.3 x 23.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 19 Item 5

 

Account. In column (i) only amounts survive, ranging between 2–4000. Column (ii) lists names, (including Herakleitos, Ptolemaios), and amounts. Ends of lines of one column, beginnings of a second.

AM 87–48 D recto (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Adam Bülow–Jacobsen, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Ptolemaic period.

Beneath col. (ii) ca. 8.0 cm. left blank.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 7 lines (ii) 8 lines, 15.3 x 23.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 19 Item 5

 

Account.

AM 87–48 H (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Adam Bülow–Jacobsen, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Ptolemaic period

Papyrus

Greek

(i) traces (ii) 13 lines, 17.6 x 25.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 19 Item 6

 

Account.

AM 87–48 C verso (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Adam Bülow–Jacobsen, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Ptolemaic period.

Traces of two columns.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 12? lines (ii) 11 lines, 14.5 x 15.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 19 Item 4

 

Account. Text badly affected by water.

AM 87–48 E verso (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Adam Bülow–Jacobsen, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Ptolemaic period.

Papyrus

Greek

Fragments (a), (b) each have two columns of text.

(a) (i) 12 lines (ii) 6 lines (b) (i) 4 lines (ii) 5 lines, (a) 14.4 x 21.4 cm. (b) 6.9 x 20.8 cm. (c) 1.1 x 5.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 56 Item 1

 

Account. Ends of lines of text.

AM 87–48 B (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Adam Bülow–Jacobsen, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Ptolemaic period

Papyrus

Greek

8 lines, 17.1 x 16.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 19 Item 3

 

Account in two fragments of poor quality: very dark, text faint. On the verso of (a) faint traces text, (b) blank. (a) ends of lines, 1–2 letters only.

AM 87–50 A (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Adam Bülow–Jacobsen, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Ptolemaic period

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 6 lines (b) 6 lines, (a) 13.4 x 5.7 cm. (b) 5.8 x 7.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 21 Item 2

 

Accounts in four fragments.

AM 87–50 E

Provenance unknown, Ptolemaic period(?)

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 2 lines (b) 2 lines (c) traces of lines (d) 3 lines, (a) 6.8 x 2.4 cm. (b) 6.8 x 4.3 cm. (c) 6.0 x 6.0 cm. (d) 8.8 x 3.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 21 Item 2

 

Account including wine. Part of a column with traces of a previous column.

AM 87–48 C recto (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Adam Bülow–Jacobsen, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Ptolemaic period.

Papyrus

Greek

3 lines, 14.6 x 15.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 19 Item 4

 

Account. Twenty columns of a ledger recording payments for the συντάξιμον

P.Princeton I 13; AM 8917 verso, = SB XX 14576. (xvi) 6 = CPJ III 481 b: oversize

Published: Johnson and van Hoesen, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections I (1931); A. E. Hanson "P. Princeton I 13: Text and Context revised," Miscellanea Papyrologica in occasione del bicentenario dell' edizione della Charta Borgiana (1990): 259–283; A. Hanson, "Lists of Taxpayers from Philadelphia (P.Mich. inv. 879 and P.Princ. I 14)," ZPE 15 (1974): 231 n.9.

Cited: H. Heichelheim, "Johnson and van Hoesen, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections," Gnomon 10 (1954): 397; H. Braunert, Die Binnenwanderung. Studien zur Sozialgeschichte Ägyptens in der Ptolemäer– und Kaiserzeit (1967): 152 n.192; L.S.B. MacCoull, "Money and People in the Late Hermopolite BM 1075 and related texts," Tyche 2 (1987): 101 n.k; R. Bogaert, "Listes de taxes et banques dans l'Égypte romaine," ZPE 79 (1989): 220 + n. 13; A. E. Hanson, "Village Officials at Philadelphia; a Model of Romanization in the Julio–Claudian Period," Egitto e storia antica dall'ellenismo all'età araba Atti del colloquio internazionale, Bologna, 31 August – 2 September, 1987. (1989): 431 n. 8, 436 n. 28; P. Köln VI: 261; P.Strasb. 9 823 n. to l.6; P.Mich. 10: 582 n. to l.8; P.Mich. 12 640 n. to l.15.

Philadelphia, 35 A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

28.0 x 166 cm.

(i) 8 lines (ii) 32 lines (iii) 38 lines (iv) 9 lines (v) 39 lines (vi) 19 lines (vii) 35 lines

(viii) 37 lines (ix) 9 lines (x) 23 lines (xi) 39 lines (xii) 40 lines (xiii) 39 lines (xiv) 40 lines (xv) 42 lines (xvi) 36 lines (xvii) 34 lines (xviii) 34 lines (xix) 33 lines (xx) 4 lines

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118.

 

Account covering two years and records expenditure for wages and other expenses.

P.Princeton III 152; AM 8915 verso = SB XX 14526 (shelved under P. Princeton II 53).

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942); A. E. Hanson, "Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, Arabes and Ioudaioi in the First Century A.D. Tax Archive from Philadelphia: P.Mich. inv. 880 recto and P. Princ. III 152 revised," Life in a Multi–Cultural Society: Egypt from Cambyses to Constantine and Beyond, J. Johnson (ed.), (1992): 133–146.

Cited: H. I. Bell, "The Princeton Papyri," CR 57 (1943): 82; E. Wipszycka, L'industrie textile dans l'Égypte romaine (1965): 56; E. Battaglia, "Liste di tasse da Philadelphia" (62–96) in O. Montevecchi, "Papiri documentari dell' Università Cattolica di Milano," Aegyptus 63 (1983): 3–102; A. E. Hanson, "Village Officials at Philadelphia: a Model of Romanization in the Julio–Claudian Period," Egitto e storia antica dall'ellenismo all'età araba, Atti del colloquio internazionale, Bologna, 31 August – 2 September, 1987, (1989): 432 n.12.

Philadelphia, 55–60 A.D.

Upper margin 3.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 15 lines (ii) 17 lines, 23.0 x 31.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for tax.

P.Princeton II 53; AM 8915 recto

Published in Kase, Jr, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936).

Philadelphia, 56 and 57 A.D.

Upper margin ca. 3.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 16 lines (ii) 14 lines, 23.0 x 31.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for grain.

P.Princeton II 42; AM 8923 recto and verso. v.(ii) 20–21, (iii) 32 = CPJ II 425

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II; W. Clarysse, N. Kruit, "Notes on P. Princeton II 42," ZPE 82 (1990): 123–125. Cited: W. Clarysse, "B.W. Jones, J.E.G. Whitehorne, `Register of Oxyrhynchites 30 B.C.–A.D. 96'," Bibl.Orient 42 (1985): 341–342.

Oxyrhynchus, 93 A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

recto 9 lines; verso (i) 8 lines (ii) 11 lines (iii) 11 lines, 10.5 x 18.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for wages.

P.Princeton II 54; GD 7679

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936); P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Corrections on Some Princeton Papyri," ZPE 68 (1987): 143–148

Cited: K.F.W. Schmidt, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II," Philologische Wochenschrift 58 (1934): 457

Provenance unknown, early I A.D.

Lower margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 39 lines (ii) 23 lines, 29.5 x 14.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for payments. If the text on verso is connected with the text on recto, it may deal with a temple environment. Verso mentions "temples" and the title stolistes and Theagos. Contains mostly Egyptian and Greek names, but Roman names, such as Postumus and Longinus, appear.

AM 15960 2 J: Kase Collection (may appear under AM 15960 J): Frame K 6

Unpublished

Provenance unknown. I A.D. (the hand resembles that of Philadelphia).

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 27 lines (b) 25 lines (c) 24 (d) 7 lines, (a) 23.0 x 12.6 cm. (b) 23.2 x 8.9 cm. (c) 23.9 x 14.9 cm. (d) 7.0 x 2.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Account for monetary payments by various persons.

AM 4404; P.Oxy. II 392: Frame 24

Described: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri II (1899)

Oxyrhynchus, I A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

17 lines, 14.6 x 13.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account with daily balances.

GD 7698 A (1928, H. I. Bell, no. II 40)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, I(?) A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

11 lines, 11.0 x 6.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account.

GD 7722 B (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 170 Pt 2)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, I(?) A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

6 lines, 7.1 x 5.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for wheat: two columns listed by name and followed by values of weight.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. I5

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, early I–II A.D.

Lower margin? 2.5–3 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

(i)10 lines (ii) 10 lines, 14.6 x 32.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 52 Item 3

 

Account for taxes on garden land.

P.Princeton III 125; GD 7626 = SB XVIII 13091

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III 125; P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Short Remarks on Some Papyri', Aegyptus 65 (1985): 35

Cited: C. W. Keyes, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III," AJP 65 (1944): 186, 188; C. Préaux, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III," Cd'É 23 (1948): 200; L. C. Youtie, "A Second Century Taxpayer at Theadelphia," ZPE 17 (1975): 258–9

Theadelphia(?), 146 A.D.

Upper margin 1.5 cm., lower margin 3.0 cm., left margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

10 lines, 9.0 x 11.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for list of sales and purchases. Traces of a previous column.

P.Princeton II 56; AM 8929 (mounted with II 25)

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections vol. II (1936).

Cited: K.F.W. Schmidt, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II," Philologische Wochenschrift 58 (1934): 457

Provenance unknown, 153/154 A.D. Reign of Antoninus Pius

Lower margin 5.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

8 lines, 13.5 x 10.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for receipts.

AM 4420; P.Fay. 239: Frame 31

Described: Grenfell, Hunt and Hogarth, Fayûm Towns and Their Papyri (1900)

Fayum, 176 A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

16 lines, 12.5 x 7.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for taxes on catoecic land.

P.Princeton III 131; GD 7732 = SB XVI 12642

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III; H. C. Youtie, "Receipt for telos katalochismon. P.Princ. III 131 Revised," ZPE 38 (1980): 277–280.

Cited: C. W. Keyes, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III," AJP 65 (1944): 186; H. C. Youtie, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III," CP 39 (1944): 122

Oxyrhychite nome, 197 A.D.

Upper margin 2.0 cm., left margin 3.0 cm., 11.5 cm. space beneath text.

Papyrus

Greek

17 lines, 26.5 x 14.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account. On the recto are parts of two columns, one on the verso. Dated Year 12, 2nd of an unknown month.

GD 7633 (1924, H. I. Bell, no. X 33): recto and verso

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II A.D.

Upper margin 2.5 cm., lower margin 2.0 cm. recto; upper margin 2.0 cm., lower margin 2.0 cm. verso

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 23 lines (ii) 33 lines recto; 26 lines verso, 27.0 x 12.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for soldier's expenses. On the verso a name(?).

P.Princeton II 57; AM 8933

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936).

Cited: K.F.W. Schmidt, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II," Philologische Wochenschrift 58 (1934): 457; D. Hagedorn, "Zu einigen Wisconsin Papyri," ZPE 1 (1968): 148; cf. "Offiziersbursche" P.L.Bat. 16 14 8A

Provenance unknown, II A.D.

Lower margin 3.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

23 lines, 21.0 x 12.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account. Records amounts in money.

P.Princeton III 150 verso; GD 7934 A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Arsinoite nome, II A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 20 lines (b) 12 lines (c) 12 lines, (a) 14.0 x 13.3 cm. (b) 12.3 x 10.6 cm. (c) 14.1 x 8.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text.

GD 7934 B (mounted with P. Princeton III 150).

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

25 lines, 15.4 x 8.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text.

AM 8970 : Frame 83 part I (A–E), Frame 83 part II (F–M)

Unpublished.

Provenance unknown, Byzantine period(?)

Papyrus

Greek

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for dike–tax (χωματικόν).

P.Princeton II 46; GD 7678

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II; M. Del Fabbro, "Note a papiri ossirinchiti," StudPap 21 (1982): 19–22.

Cited: W. Clarysse, "B. W. Jones, J.E.G. Whitehorne, Register of Oxyrhynchites 30 B.C.–A.D. 96," Bibl.Orient 42 (1985): 341.

Oxyrhynchus, II A.D.

Upper margin 2.0 cm., lower margin 1.0 cm., left margin 2.0 cm., right margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

16 lines, 12.0 x 11.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for barley. Text on both sides appears to be in the same hand.

AM 8934 (mounted with P.Princeton II 57)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

8 lines recto, 7 lines verso, 11.5 x 10.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for grain, with scribal corrections.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. III 6B

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, 2(?) c. A.D.

Lower margin 2.0 cm., left margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

7 lines, 15.1 x 9.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 1 Item 10

 

Account for grain, referring to the dioikesis: written in 2 hands and heavily abbreviated. Text may be complete.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. III 6A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, 2(?) c. A.D.

Upper margin 1.5 cm., lower margin 1.5 cm., left margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

7 lines, 15.3 x 8.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 1 Item 9

 

Account. Multiple fragments of the same document. Name Amophis mentioned (cf. P.Princ. I. 13).

AM 8942: Frame 62

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II–III A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 8 lines (ii) 14 lines, 19.3 x 15.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for wheat in drachmas and/or artabas

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. XIVb 22B

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II–III(?) A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

12 lines, 16.7 x 3.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 2 Item 8

 

Account for expenditures including payments of taxes.

P.Princeton II 60; GD 7675 A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936).

Provenance unknown, II–III A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 8 lines (ii) 7 lines, 7.5 x 14.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account which shows values in arouras and artabas. Text written Ψ.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. X 85E

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II–III A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

8 lines, 10.7 x 10.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 9 Item 6

 

Account for a farm.

P.Princeton III 174; GD 7645 A verso (mounted with P.Princeton II 30)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942).

Cited: H. I. Bell, no. , "The Princeton Papyri," CR 57 (1943): 82

Hermopolis, ca. 260 A.D.

Upper margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 7 lines (ii) 10 lines (iii) 10 lines, 8.0 x 27 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for receipts and expenditures.

P.Princeton II 61; GD 7645 B verso (mounted with P.Princeton II 30)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936)

Hermopolis, 264 A.D.

Greek

Papyri

(i) 8 lines (ii) 11 lines, 7.5 x 16.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for money.

GD 7687 A (mounted with P.Princeton II 50)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 26 lines (ii) 20 lines (iii) 28 lines recto; (i) 18 lines (ii) 21 lines verso, 21.2 x 14.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for grain and money, written in two columns.

P.Princeton III 175; AM 8941

Described: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942)

Provenance unknown, III A.D.

Upper margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 10 lines (ii) 17 lines; 17 lines verso, 12.0 x 8.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account. Partly shorthand?

GD 7674 recto (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 228)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III A.D.

Lower margin 2.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

17 lines, 14.6 x 10.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account(?). Mostly shorthand.

GD 7674 verso (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 228)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

13 lines, mostly shorthand, 14.6 x 10.6 cm.

Location: C0401, Boyd Room, Cabinet 2

 

Account. Dated Pachon 24th of an unknown year.

AM 8948 (mounted with P.Princeton II 27).

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III A.D.

Upper margin 1.0 cm., lower margin 1.5 cm., left margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

13 lines, 14.0 x 5.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account. Amounts given in drachmas.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. IX 19 B recto

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

13 lines, 7.9 x 6.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 4 Item 5

 

Account for tax.

GD 7672 B (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 213)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

11 lines, 13.0 x 8.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for deficit counted in nomismata and with a reference to wine

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. III 70B

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, 3(?) c. A.D.

Upper margin 2.5–3 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

9 lines, 10.6 x 5.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 1 Item 7

 

Account for expenditures.

P.Princeton II 62; AM 8952 (mounted with P.Princeton II 27).

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936).

Provenance unknown, III A.D.

Left margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

9 lines, 6.0 x 4.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for funeral expenses. On the verso traces of two lines of text.

AM 4412; P.Fay. 103; Frame 26

Published: Grenfell, Hunt and Hogarth, Fayûm Towns and Their Papyri (1900)

Fayum, III A.D.

Upper margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

6 lines, 5.5 x 11.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account.

GD 7720 C (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 164)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

5 lines, 6.2 x 6.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account. For grain

P.Princeton II 18; AM 8908

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936).

Provenance unknown, late III B.C.

Left margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

17 lines recto, (i) 19 lines (ii) 17 verso, 17.0 x 9.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for money. Parts of two columns.

P.Princeton II 64; GD 7670 A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936).

Provenance unknown, late III A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 6 lines (ii) 7 lines, 8.0 x 11.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account(?). May be from the same document as 7706 B. Text is upside–down in relation to the text on recto.

GD 7706 A verso (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 70)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III–IV A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

17 lines, 12.7 x 4.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account(?). May be from the same document as 7706 A.

GD 7706 B verso (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 70)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III–IV A.D.

Lower margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

3 lines, 4.0 x 6.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account showing amounts of wheat, usually a single artaba, and money equivalent.

P.Princeton III 183 verso; AM 8959

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, IV A.D.

Upper margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 24? lines (b) 4 lines, (a) 26.0 x 14.0 cm. (b) 21.5 x 3.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account. List of receipts and expenses. Two fragments from the same roll. (a) one column written in two hands; (b) two columns each in a different hand. (b) written in two columns.

GD 7936 A, 7936 B (1924, H. I. Bell, no. II 78) = GD 7936 Pt.I, Pt.II

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Some Byzantine Papyri from Princeton," JJP 20 (1990): 129–138.

Provenance unknown, early IV A.D. (Bell), IV–V A.D. (Sijpesteijn)

(a) Right margin(?) 2.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 17 lines: 10 lines M1, 7 lines M2; (b) (i) 20 lines (ii) 16 lines, (a) 17.5 x 16.6 cm. (b) 17.0 x 23.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Account with amounts in talents and drachmas.

GD 7673 B (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 226)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, IV A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

16 lines, 13.6 x 10.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account. Possibly part of a day book.

GD 7728 A recto (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 222)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, IV A.D.

Upper margin 3.4 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

14 lines, 13.8 x 6.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account. List of payments.

GD 7729 B verso (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 225)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, IV A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

12 lines, (a) 5.3 x 2.3 cm., (b) 7.1 x 2.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account of expenses calculated in nomismata, with subtotals. On the verso, 3 lines of text, including the name Phoibammon.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. II 56C

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, IV A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

11 lines, 12.6 x 12.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 3 Item 3

 

Account for money in two columns.

GD 7673 B (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 226.)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, IV A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 9 lines (ii) 14 lines, 10.8 x 7.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Accounted dated Pachon 18.

GD 7728 A verso (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 222)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, IV A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

9 lines, 13.8 x 6.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account including a list of names on the verso. On the recto are two texts, upside–down in relation to each other. The second text was not transcribed in the ed. pr.

P.Princeton III 135; GD 7666. Verso ll.8–12 = CPJ III 502

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942); P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Corrections on Some Princeton Papyri," ZPE 68 (1987): 143–148.

Cited: A. C. Johnson, L. C. West, Byzantine Egypt: economic studies (1949): 239; T. Gagos, "Three short Byzantine Papyri from the Michigan Collection," ZPE 79 (1989): 272 n. to l.1.

Provenance unknown, IV A.D.

Upper margin ca. 2.0 cm., left margin 1.5 cm. recto; left margin 2.0 cm., right margin 1.0 cm. verso

Papyrus

Greek

text 1. 8 lines; text 2. 6 lines recto, 22 lines verso, 18.0 x 8.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for grain with amounts in talents.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. III 15A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Roman period

Upper margin 2.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

14 lines, 12. 4.0 x 5.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 118, Box 61

 

Account.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no.  XIVa 1 A verso

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Mermertha(?), IV–V A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

5 lines, 13.8 x 8.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 1 Item 4

 

Account for payments from various Oxyrhynchite villages

AM 4116; P.Oxy. X 1342: Frame 14

Published: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri X (1914)

Oxyrhynchus, V A.D.

Lower margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

6 lines, 8.7 x 10.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for arrears of wine payable by vine dressers in the village of Nesus Leukadiou.

P.Princeton II 88; GD 7682 B

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936);

P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Corrections on Some Princeton Papyri," ZPE 68 (1987): 143–148.

Oxyrhynchus, V A.D.

Upper margin 1.0 cm., lower margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

4 lines, 5.5 x 12.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for castor oil, written for Musaios.

AM 14601 C

Published by Johannes Diethart, P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Gerste und Rizinus in Papyri aus Princeton," Tyche 3 (1988): 29–32.

Provenance unknown, V–VI A.D.

Lower margin 2.75 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

12 lines, 12.2 x 7.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 3 Item 6

 

Account for payments in money for an 11th indiction. Two payments are made to the symmachoi. At least two, possibly three hands.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. XIVb 26

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, V–VI A.D.

Lower margin 13.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

9 lines, 28.2 x 9.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118,

 

Account. For wages. Belongs to the Apion archive. On the recto two columns. Before each column is one line of text written at right angles to the column. On the verso, left side, 6 lines of text written at right angles. At the right a column of text duplicating the names in the columns on the recto.

P.Princeton II 96; AM 8965 recto and verso: oversize

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936); H. Harrauer, P. J. Sijpesteijn, "P.Princeton II 96 und Schreibübungen," ZPE 64 (1986): 115–116.

Oxyrhynchus, 551/552 or 566/567 A.D.

Upper margin 1.5 cm., lower margin 1.5 cm., left margin 5.0 cm., recto

Upper margin 1.5 cm., lower margin 2.0 cm., left margin 2.0 cm., right margin 4.0 cm., verso

Papyrus

Greek

84 lines

(i) 30 + 1 line written at right angles; (ii) 22 lines + 1 line written at right angles, recto

22 lines + 6 lines written at right angles, verso, 30 x 31.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 50

 

Account. Amounts paid to individuals, soldiers and officials. Written in two columns.

P.Princeton III 139 verso; GD 7550;

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942)

Provenance unknown, VI A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 11 lines (ii) 14 lines, 16.7 x 12.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for arrears.

AM 4119; P.Oxy. VIII 1147: Frame 17

Published: Arthur S. Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri VIII (1911)

Oxyrhynchus, late VI A.D.

Upper margin 2.0 cm., lower margin 3.0 cm., right margin 0.5–1 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

21 lines, 32.0 x 16.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for wine(?) written in 2 columns. Column (i) consists of names followed by measurements in sekomata(?).

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. II 156A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, 6–7th c. A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 8 lines (ii) 8 lines, 15.3 x 6.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 1 Item 3

 

Account for a 1st(?) indiction. Total at the foot.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. II 218 A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Mermertha(?), VII A.D.

Lower margin 3.5 cm., left margin 1.2 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

5 lines, 11.7 x 7.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 6 Item 7

 

Account for barley. List of names and amounts of barley. The names have check marks against them. The last two lines are probably a summary of the account. The total amount of barley is recorded on the right–hand side.

GD 7521 verso (1924, H. I. Bell, no. II 84)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, VII A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

15 lines, 18.7 x 17.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account. Parts of two columns listing names and amounts.

AM 8968 verso: Frame 81

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, end VII(?) A.D.

Lower margin 3.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 17 lines (ii) 19 lines, 1 line in lower margin, 21.9 x 18.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account of Maximus

AM 13395 24B

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Byzantine period

Papyrus

Greek

5 lines, 11.8 x 8.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 11 Item 9

 

Account for tax. Text written Ψ. Three lines of text on back.

GD 7631 (1924, H. I. Bell, no. III 73)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Islamic period

Papyrus

Greek

8 lines, 10.3 x 10.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account. Text is written Ψ and the back is blank.

AM 87–49 C (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Adam Bülow–Jacobsen, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

21 lines, 17.8 x 7.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 14 Item 7

 

Account. Records amounts in drachmas.

AM 11238 D recto (mounted with P.Princeton III 167).

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

17 lines, 11.4 x 12.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account.

AM 14601–603 F

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

17 lines, 16.6 x 6.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account.

AM 87–49 D (b) (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Adam Bülow–Jacobsen, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Ptolemaic period

Parts of two columns.

Papyrus

Greek

 (i) 15 lines (ii) 6 lines, 17.9 x 15.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 20 Item 3

 

Account for payments in kind/barley for the month of Phaophi of an unknown year.

AM 11224 O recto

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

15 lines, 11.8 x 9.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account. List of names, checkmarks and amounts. Names include Aphunchis, Diaphil.., Herod(es?)

AM 11224 O verso

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

15 lines, 11.8 x 9.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account. Two columns: (i) account (ii) list of names(?) with check marks before each entry. In both columns annotations in a second hand. (ii) is dated 13th (or 3rd) of an unknown month. (i) ends of lines (ii) beginnings of lines.

AM 87–53 D verso (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Michael Fackelmann, Vienna, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, n.d.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 14 lines (ii) 12 lines, 18.9 x 8.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 12 Item 5

 

Account for wheat. On the right, two lines written in the margin. On the verso, traces of an account.

AM 8973 A: Frame 86

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

14 lines + 2 lines in margin, 14.4 x 9.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account, includes payment for a camel. Dated 12th of an unknown month. On the left are traces of a previous column.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. III 115D

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

14 lines, 8.6 x 6.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 10 Item 6

 

Account with six related fragments. On the recto, another account. (a) has 2 lines of text. The remainder have traces or no text.

AM 87–54 A verso (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Michael Fackelmann, Vienna, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 13 lines (b) 2 lines (c) 5 lines (d) 3 lines (e) 2 lines (f) 2 lines, (a) 6.5 x 3.6 cm. (b) 1.5 x 2.0 cm. (c) 6.0 x 3.4 cm. (d) 2.8 x 2.1 cm. (e) 1.5 x 3.4 cm. (f) 1.5 x 3.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 13 Item 2

 

Account. Contains abbreviations and scribal annotations

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. XIVc 79 A recto

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Upper margin 2.7 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

13 lines, 15.0 x 7.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Account(?).

GD 7703 C (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 60)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

13 lines, 9.8 x 3.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for wheat

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. XVIII 32 verso

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Umm el–Breigat(?), n.d.

Papyrus

Greek

12 lines, 11.8 x 8.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 2 Item 10

 

Account for grain.

AM 15960 3 A (3) recto; E. H. Kase, Jr, Collection: Frame K 7

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

12 lines, 7.0 x 10.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Account. Lists names and amounts. On the verso traces of perhaps 7 lines. The top layer of fibers has been stripped/abraded in several places. Parts of three columns: end of (i), beginning of (ii), parts of (iii).

AM 87–53 F (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Michael Fackelmann, Vienna, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

(iii) 11 lines, 10.2 x 12.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 12 Item 3

 

Account.

Garrett Deposit 1928, H. I. Bell, no. I 45

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Lower margin 3.2 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

11 lines, 6.8 x 14.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Account. Two columns with checkmarks against the entries in column (ii).

AM 13395 7 A

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 10 lines (ii) 10 lines, 8.9 x 8.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account.

GD 7701 D verso (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 54)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

10 lines, 7.5 x 5.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. II 217E

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

10 lines, 8.2 x 12.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 18 Item 2

 

Account for wheat.

GD 7696 B (1928, H. I. Bell, no. II 33)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Left margin 2.4 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

9 lines, 8.5 x 4.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for wheat. Three fragments with parts of lines.

AM 14601–603 G

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 9 lines (b) 9 lines (c) 9 lines, (a) 8.9 x 5.0 cm. (b) 11.1 x 3.8 cm. (c) 7.1 x 4.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for wheat. Twelve fragments. On the verso parts of an extensive text, possibly a legal document or petition, but fragmentary and abraded.

AM 11241 recto

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

8 lines recto; 10 lines verso, 12.0 x 10.0 cm. (largest fragment)

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account.

GD 7643 B (mounted with P.Princeton II 80).

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

8 lines, 6.9 x 8.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for barley.

AM 8962 (mounted with P.Princeton II 107).

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Lower margin 2.5(?) cm., left margin 0.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

8 lines, 9.3 x 7.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account(?).

AM 8973 B: Frame 86

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Upper margin 2.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

8 lines, 12.9 x 12.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for wheat. Two columns. Dated 25th of an unknown month.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. III 107B

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown.

Upper margin 3.9 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 7 lines (ii) 3/4 lines, 10.4 x 9.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 10 Item 4

 

Account. Four related fragments. Only (b) has text on the verso.

AM 87–52 G (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Adam Bülow–Jacobsen, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

(a) a space of 3.0 cm. between ll. 6, 7.

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 7 lines (b) 1 line (c) 2 lines (d) 2 lines; (a) 8.6 x 3.8 cm. (b) 2.0 x 2.7 cm. (c) 1.5 x 2.8 cm. (d) 1.9 x 0.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 53 Item 2

 

Account for money.

Garrett Deposit NS 10 (mounted with P.Princeton III 183).

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Upper margin 3.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

7 lines, 10.0 x 7.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for debts recoverable(?)

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. XIVc 74C

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

7 lines, 9.2 x 9.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 11 Item 3

 

Account. For 25th of an unknown month. On the verso, traces of the ends of one column and the beginnings of a second.

AM 87–52 K (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Adam Bülow–Jacobsen, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

6 lines, 14.8 x 14.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 53 Item 2

 

Account(?) with traces of two columns; (ii) affected by water.

AM 87–52 C recto (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Adam Bülow–Jacobsen, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 6 lines (ii) 7 lines, ca. 23.0 x 9.1 cm. (not completely flattened)

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 21 Item 5

 

Documents in fragments.

AM 87–52 A, B

Unpublished.

Papyrus

Greek

(A) 4 lines (B) 5(?) lines, (A) 12.8 x 11 cm. (B) 15 x 14.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 21 Item 5

 

Account on verso and unidentified document on recto.

AM 8924

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

Recto: 16 lines verso: 13 lines, 17.8 x 21 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 21 Item 6

 

Account written in a very tiny hand.

GD 7722 D (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 170 Pt 2)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

6 lines, 6.7 x 5.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account.

AM 11230 C (mounted with P. Princeton III 146).

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Lower margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

6 lines, 5.4 x 5.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account for wheat.

GD 7708 K recto (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 80)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown 

Papyrus

Greek

5–6 lines, 5.0 x 2.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account.

GD 7722 C verso (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 170 Pt 2)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

5 lines, 6.4 x 10.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account. Two fragments. On the verso of (a) 5–6 lines of text.

AM 87–52 H (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Adam Bülow–Jacobsen, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 4 lines (b) 6 lines, (a) 7.6 x 5.4 cm. (b) 11.8 x 1.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 53 Item 2

 

Unidentified document.

AM 87–54 C

Unpublished.

Provenance unknown, Date unknown.

Papyrus

Greek

17 lines, 11.1 x 12.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 13 Item 4

 

Account for wheat with seven fragments. AM 87–54 B (b)–(f) from the same account. May contain references to donkey–loads of wheat. AM 87–54 D (b), (c) are probably from the same account.

AM 87–54 B (b)–(f), AM 87–54 D (b), (c) (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Michael Fackelmann, Vienna, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

AM 87–54 B:(b) 2 lines (c) 4 lines (d) 5 lines (e) 1 line (f) 4 lines, (b) 1.6 x 4.0 cm. (c) 2.8 x 3.5 cm. (d) 2.7 x 2.6 cm. (e) 1.6 x 2.1 cm. (f) 4.4 x 2.6 cm.:

AM 87–54 D:(b) 7 lines (c) 4 lines, (b) 4.9 x 2.5 cm. (c) 2.7 x 2.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 13 Item 3

 

Unidentified miscellaneous fragments (a–f).

AM 87–54 E

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 9 lines (b) 8 lines (c) 3 lines (d) 2 lines (e) 2 lines (f) 4 lines, (a) 14.4 x 3.6 cm. (b) 9.3 x 3.1 cm. (c) 3.3 x 3.1 cm. (d) 2.6 x 2.1 cm. (e) 2.5 x 2.0 cm. (f) 8.9 x 2.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 13 Item 6

 

Account.

GD 7708 N (1926, H. I. Bell, no. 80)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

4 lines, 2.2 x 2.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Account. Two related(?) fragments

AM 87–52 J (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Adam Bülow–Jacobsen, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

(a) lower margin 4.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 3 lines (b) 7 lines (faint traces), (a) 15.9 x 12.1 cm. (b) 8.5 x 4.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 53 Item 2  

 

Account. For wheat.

AM 87–52 E (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Adam Bülow–Jacobsen, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

2 lines, 10.7 x 8.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 53 Item 2

 

Account book for collection of barley/grain. Entries made by name. Mentions shipments of grain to Alexandria and possibly deals with the collection of the annona.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. II 1 (4 fragments mounted [(a),(b), (c), (d)]: the remainder is badly decayed and damaged, with very little ink left.)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, ca. IV A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 16 lines (b) 17 lines (c) 3 lines (d) 12 lines, (a) 19.5 x 15.0 cm. (b) ca. 21.5 x 19.5 cm. (c) 23 .5 x 14.4 cm. (d) 23.5 x 19.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 16 Item 6, 7, 8, 9

 

Account book. Eight related fragments from an account book or roll. The account apparently consists of columns with lists of names and numbers interspersed with monthly summaries or columns of calculations. In several columns of the account most names have check marks against them.

AM 87–47 A–D (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Adam Bülow–Jacobsen, July 1982)

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Unpublished

Papyrus

Greek

AM 87–47A Three fragments.

Recto:

(a) four columns, parts of a fifth. (b) text mostly erased, several lines at bottom of column.(c) (i) ends of lines, (ii) complete. Lower margin 1.5 cm.

(a) 25.5 x 17.0 cm. (b) 15.9 x 7.2 cm. (c) 8.9 x 5.8 cm.

(a) (i) 36 lines (ii) 35 lines (iii) 34 lines (iv) 31 lines

(b) 6 lines (c) (i) 12 lines (ii) 12 lines

Verso:

(a) four columns plus ends of a preceding column. Beneath the text of (i) a blank space of 13.5 cm. (b) one column, few traces of a preceding column.

(a) (i) 41 lines, (ii) 17 lines, (iii) 31 lines, (iv) 28 lines

(b) 13 lines (c) traces (text obscured by gesso)

AM 87–47 B Three fragments.

Recto:

(a) parts of two columns (b) end of one, beginning of a second column

(a) 14.2 x 8.0 cm. (b) 11.3 x 6.2 cm. (c) 7.1 x 2.7 cm.

(a) (i) 15 lines, (ii) 14 lines (b) (i 11 lines, (ii) 12 lines (c) 11 lines

Verso:

(a) one column of calculations

(a) 12 lines (b) 5 lines (c) 8 lines

AM 87–47 C One fragment with five columns on the recto: (i) 19th, 20th, (ii) is dated 23rd, (iii) 26th of an unknown month.

Recto:

Five columns

25.4 x 26 cm.

(i) 34 lines (ii) 32 lines (iii) 30 lines (iv) 35 lines (v) 23 lines

Verso:

End of a column of names and a wide column of calculations, much obscured by gesso.

(i) 27 lines (ii) 23(?) lines

AM 87–47 D Multiple fragments not separated. At least two large pieces, attached at right angles to each other. (a) in vertical position, (b) horizontal. Fragment (c) is attached to the top of (b) so that the text is in a horizontal position. a) and (b) are lists of names, (c) calculations. Due to current mounting it is not possible to determine whether or not there is text on the verso.(a) parts of five columns (b) parts of three columns (c) pairs of lines, separated by a space.

(a) 26.0 x 21(?) cm. (b) 30.0 x 9.5 cm. (c) 18.5 x 11(?) cm.

(a) (i) 33 lines (ii) 33 lines (iii) 32? lines (iv) 26? lines (v) 12 lines

(b) (i) 47? lines (ii) 20? lines (iii) 18? lines (c) 11 lines

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 57 Item 1

 

Accounts. Payments for rent with names listed (r.h.s.). Payments for wheat with names listed (l.h.s.). Two separate accounts joined and used in a pectoral from mummy cartonnage. The text on the left (text 1), in a smaller hand, is upside–down in relation to the text on the right (text 2), written in a larger hand. Text 1: parts of two columns and marginal notations, possibly in a second hand. Text 2: parts of two columns. On the back is gesso still bearing a painted design. On the far right hand side of the back are traces of several lines of text covered with gesso. Both texts are the work of experienced scribes.

AM 87–60 A (mummy cartonnage opened by Michael Fackelmann, Vienna, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II B.C.

Papyrus

Greek

20.4 x 20.3 cm.

Text 1 (i) 22 lines (ii) 14 lines + 14 lines in left margin

Text 2 (12 lines (ii) 17 lines

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Accounts from a tax roll from Philadelphia. Oversize.

AM 8954, AM 8954A, AM 8955 = SB V 7621 form a series of accounts from a receipt roll

Published: E. H. Kase, A Papyrus Roll in the Princeton University Collection (1933); R. S. Bagnall and K. A. Worp, "The Fourth Century Tax Roll in the Princeton Collection," Archiv 30 (1984): 53–82.

Cited: A. C. Johnson, L. C. West, Byzantine Egypt: economic studies (1949): 232 n.12;

J. Gilliam, "Miszellen," Historia 16 (1967): 252; H. Cadell, "Papyrologia: à propos de πυρός et σῖτος" Cd'É 48 (1973): 334; B. G. Mandilaras, The Verb in the Greek Non–Literary Papyri (1973): 116 §250 (1), p.152 §317 (14); L. C. Youtie, D. Hagedorn, H. C. Youtie, "Urkunden aus Panopolis," ZPE 10 (1973): 125 n.1; A. Chastagnol, "Datation par années régnales égyptiennes sous Constantin," Aîon: Le temps chez les Romains (1976): 238: R. S. Bagnall, K. A. Worp, The chronological systems of Byzantine Egypt (1978): 37 n.1

Provenance unknown, 310–324 A.D.

Upper margins 1.5 – 3.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 25 lines +9 lines in right margin (ii) 24 lines (iii) 24 lines (iv) 31 lines (v) 15 lines

(vi) 22 lines (vii) 12 lines (viii) 21 lines (ix) 12 lines (x) 26 lines (xi) 7 lines (xii)19 lines (xiii) 6 lines (xiv) 15 lines

35.0 x 212 cm. 79A Col. xi 17.0 x 4.4 cm. Col. xiii 30.8 x 6.3 cm.

Location:C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 46, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 47, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 48, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 49; HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets) (Frame 78 and 78 A)

 

Accounts. Parts of two documents: the first consists of three short columns, perhaps summaries of a longer account. The papyrus was then turned 90° to the right and at least one column written.

AM 8968 recto: Frame 81

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, end VII? A.D.

Upper margin 3.5 cm., left margin 2.0 cm. (text 1), lower margin 6.75 cm. (text 2)

Papyrus

Greek

Text 1: (i) 5 lines (ii) 5 lines (iii) 5 lines

Text 2: 11 lines, 21.9 x 18.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Accounts. Two unrelated fragments. On the verso of (a) are accounts for the 25th, 26th of an unknown month. (a) one column with traces of a preceding and a following column.

AM 87–49 F (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Adam Bülow–Jacobsen, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

(b) lower margin(?) 3.0 cm. recto; upper margin 2.0 cm. verso.

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 13 lines recto, 15 lines verso (b) 4 lines recto, 6–7 lines verso, (a) 22.1 x 17.0 cm. (b) 10.1 x 11.1 cm.

Location: C0401, (a)HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 20 Item 4 (b) HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 14 Item 4

 

Accounts in five fragments. Fragment (b) consists of two pieces, joined, but probably not from the same document. (a) ends one column, beginnings of a second.

AM 87–50 C (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Adam Bülow–Jacobsen, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

(a) (i) 2 lines (ii) 10 lines (b) 1. 3 lines 2. 9 lines (c) 8 lines (d) 8 lines (e) 11 lines, recto (a) 7 lines (b) 1. 3 lines 2. 8 lines (c) 4 lines (d) blank (e) 5 lines, verso, (a) 7.8 x 4.6 cm. (b) 1. 7.2 x 3.5 cm. 2. 5.1 x 6.8 cm. (c) 6.7 x 4.2 cm. (d) 8.0 x 1.9 cm. (e) 12.5 x 3.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 19 Item 2

 

Agreement signed by Phibios and witnessed by another. At least three hands.

GD 7930 (1924, H. I. Bell, no. II 56)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, I(?) A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

18 lines: 2 lines M1, 6 lines M2, 8 lines M3, 2 lines M4, 14.0 x 10.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Agreement for a loan.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. III 107A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, era of Aurelius Severus

Papyrus

Greek

7 lines, 12.7 x 11.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 7 Item 4

 

Agreement involving two people named Aurelii and addressed to a Dionys[ios] and a Plutarchos. Dated by a consul whose name is missing.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. XIVb 22C

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, IV–V A.D.

Upper margin 1.0 cm., left margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

9 lines, 9.7 x 4.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 2 Item 9

 

Agreement for vegetable garden and orchard.

P.Princeton III 179; GD 7554

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942); P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Corrections on Some Princeton Papyri," ZPE 68 (1987): 143–148.

Provenance unknown, V–VI A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

20 lines, 19.0 x 16.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Agreement(?).

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. III 92A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, V–VII A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

13 lines, 18.3 x 20.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 16 Item 4

 

Appeal concerning property in dispute. On the verso an unidentified text mentioning a Ioulios Didymos.

P.Princeton III 118 recto; AM 11227 A (mounted with P.Princeton 110).

Published in Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III.

Hermonthite nome, II A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

32 lines, 15.0 x 6.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Application for lease.

AM 8951 = SB IV 7441 (mounted with P.Princeton II 71).

Published: H. B. van Hoesen and A. C. Johnson, "Five Leases in the Princeton Collection," JEA 14 (1928): 118–125.

Provenance unknown, about 230 A.D.

Upper margin 1.0 cm., left margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

15 lines, 12.0 x 12.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Application for lease of land.

P.Princeton III 148; AM 11229 = SB X 10533

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942); A. Tripolitis, "Some Princeton Papyri Reconsidered," BASP 5.1 (1968): 13–16; S. Daris, "Due not Licopolitane," Anagennesis 2 (1982): 227–231.

Cited: C. H. Roberts, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III," JEA 29 (1943): 80; H. C. Youtie, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III," CP 39 (1944): 122;

Senis, 172/3 A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

29 lines, 25.8 x 11.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Application for reduced poll–tax for a son (ἐπίκρισις)

AM 4101; P.Oxy. VII 1028: Frame 11

Published: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri VII (1911)

Oxyrhynchus, 86 A.D.

Upper margin 22.2 cm., left margin 1.2 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

40 lines, 24.4 x 7.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Appointment of a policeman.

P.Princeton III 122; GD 7933A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942). cf. P.L. Bat. 25: 280 n.11

Provenance unknown, IV A.D.

Upper margin 1.0 cm., lower margin 5.0 cm., left margin 0.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

4 lines, 9.4 x 8.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Assessment for tax. Two fragments from a roll which join together with little loss of text. Each side has two columns of text.

P.Princeton III 140; GD 7652 = SB 20.14282

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942); K. A. Worp, "P.Princ 140 Re–edited," BASP 24 (3–4) (1987): 111–124; K. A. Worp, "Additional Remarks on P. Princeton III 140," BASP 27 (1990): 109–110.

Cited: H. I. Bell, "The Princeton Papyri," CR 57 (1943): 82; C. H. Roberts, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III," JEA 29 (1943): 80; P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Einige nomina delenda," ZPE 72 (1988): 69 n.3

Apollinapolis Ano (Edfu), VII A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 45 lines (ii) 47 lines 'verso'; (i) 35 lines (ii) 32 lines 'recto', (a) 15.8 x 17.3 cm. (b) 19.4 x 17.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Authorization by Dionysus to the sitologoi for 12 3/4 artabas of wheat. Two hands.

AM 4409; P.Oxy. III 620: Frame 28

Described: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri III (1903)

Oxyrhynchus, 147 A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

20 lines, 9.8 x 7.9. cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Authorization by Sarapion for payment of wheat

AM 4408; P.Oxy. III 619: Frame 27

Described: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri III (1903)

Oxyrhynchus, about 147 A.D.

Upper margin 1.5 cm., lower margin 6.5 cm., left margin 1.5 cm., right margin 6.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

15 lines, 20.0 x 17.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Census roll.

P.Princeton III 123; AM 8918. (ii) 25 = CPJ III 481c

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942). Cited: C. W. Keyes, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III," AJP 65 (1944): 186; E. Battaglia, "Liste di tasse da Philadelphia" (62–96) in O. Montevecchi, "Papiri documentari dell' Università Cattolica di Milano," Aeg 63 (1983): 3–102; A. E. Hanson, "Village Officials at Philadelphia: a Model of Romanization in the Julio–Claudian Period," Egitto e storia antica dall'ellenismo all'età araba (1989): 439. Atti del colloquio internazionale, Bologna, 31 August – 2 September, 1987; P.XV Congr.: 67 n.1.

Philadelphia (?), early I A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 37 lines (ii) 35 lines (iii) 30 lines, 27.9 x 23.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Certificate for embankment work (πενθήμερος).

P.Princeton II 40; AM 8911 (mounted with I 4)

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936).

Cited: G. M. Browne, "A First–century Penthemeros Certificate," Cd'É 45 (1970): 138.

P.L. Bat. 12: 46 n. to no. 3, 52 no. 56.

Theadelphia, 49 A.D.

Left margin ca. 2.5 cm., lower margin ca. 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

4 lines, 4.5 x 13.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Certificate for five days work in Pauni.

AM 1106: P.Fay. 364: Frame 6

Described: Grenfell, Hunt, and Hogarth, Fayûm Towns and Their Papyri

Published: P. J. Sijpesteijn and K. A. Worp, "Six Dyke Certificates," BASP 16.1–2 (1979): 131–135.

Polydeukia (Fayum), 153 A.D.

Lower margin 2.5 cm., left margin 0.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

8 lines, 7.7 x 7.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Cession of catoecic land.

AM 11247 E

Unpublished

Oxyrhynchus, 20 or 46 A.D.

Upper margin 3.0 cm., left margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

4 lines, 5.3 x 6.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Contract. Abstracts of contracts recorded in a grapheion. Written in three columns. (i) deals with a settlement of ownership of catoecic land. Above (ii) are 6 lines of text, written in a small, rapid cursive and upside down in relation to the main text. (iii) has the beginnings of lines not the ends (ed. pr.). Much of the text has been abraded. The final line of (iii) appears to be in a second hand.

P.Princeton III 150; GD 7934 A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942);

P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Corrections on Some Princeton Papyri," ZPE 68 (1987); 143–148.

Arsinoite nome, II A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 26 lines (b) 23 lines (c) 24 lines, (a) 14.0 x 13.3 cm. (b) 12.3 x 10.6 cm. (c) 14.1 x 8.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Contract for loan.

AM 1096; P.Oxy. II 320: Frame 2

Described: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri II (1899).

Published: M. V. Biscottini, Aegyptus 46 (1966): 265–267; M. Vandoti, Testi per il corso di papirologia: i documenti di Trifone, no. 22, in J. D. Thomas, "A Re–edition of P.Oxy. II 320," ZPE 16 (1975): 309–314.

Oxyrhynchus, 59 A.D.

Upper margin 4.0 cm., lower margin 10.0 cm., left margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

26 lines, 36.0 x 17.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Contract(?). Hand and appearance suggest that it is part of the Philadelphia archive acquired in 1921. One column, much damaged, followed by a second column, mostly blank but partly occupied by jottings; notes by the scribe for the preparation of the deed?

GD 7683 (1926, H. I. Bell, no. III 8)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Philadelphia(?), I A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 30(?) lines (ii) 15(?) lines, ca. 24.5 x 35.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Contract. Five fragments from the same document: Fragments (a), (b), (c) are probably contiguous. In the upper margin a date(?) in a second hand.

AM 13395 2 A; recto

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II A.D.

(a), (b), (c), (d) upper margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 15 lines (b) 4 lines (c) 1 line (d) 15 lines (e) 7 lines, (a) 11.7 x 6.1 cm. (b) 5.0 x 3.2 cm. (c) 3.0 x 2.8 cm. (d) 12.4 x 3.5 cm. (e) 5.2 x 1.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 8 Item 4

 

Contract(?). Written in two columns? Five fragments from the same document: fragments (a), (b), (c) are probably contiguous. In the lower margin of (a) an annotation (d), possibly a column number.

AM 13395; Askren Collection Folder 2 A; verso

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II A.D.

(a), (b), (c), (d) lower margin 2.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 18 lines (b) 4 lines (c) 1 line (d) 20 lines (e) 10 lines, (a) 11.7 x 6.1 cm. (b) 5.0 x 3.2 cm. (c) 3.0 x 2.8 cm. (d) 12.4 x 3.5 cm. (e) 5.2 x 1.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 8 Item 4

 

Contract.

Garrett Deposit 1928, H. I. Bell, no. I 58

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II A.D.

Left margin 1.6 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

12 lines, 6.9 x 6.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Contract: end of document. Loan(?). Deposit(?) .

AM 13395 5J

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

4.8 x 8.5 cm.

5 lines

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 11 Item 7

 

Contract.

P.Princeton III 178; GD 7928 C (mounted with P. Princeton III 126).

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942). Given as GD 7238 C.

Provenance unknown, 250–251 A.D.

Left margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

8 lines, 7.0 x 3.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Contract.

AM 8960 (mounted with P.Princeton II 107).

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, IV A.D.

Lower margin 3.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

19 lines, 23.5 x 8.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Contract for loan of money(?). Mentions a village in the second pagus of an unknown nome. Also contains a reference to an indiction (number missing).

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. II 57 C

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, 4th c. A.D.

Upper margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

14 lines, 15.2 x 12.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 1 Item 2

 

Contract for garment of gold (?) possibly for a woman and also mentioning the name Isak.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. III 70A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, 5–6th c. A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

12 lines, 16.7 x 12.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 1 Item 6

 

Contract. Has a cross–like annotation with text in each quadrant. Before 541; dated in consulship of an emperor and a counselor (last 2 lines).

GD 7553 (1924, H. I. Bell, no. II 155)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, before 541 A.D.

Left margin 3.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

14 lines, 22.4 x 11.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Contract.

P. Princeton III 154; GD 7617

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942);

P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Corrections on Some Princeton Papyri," ZPE 68 (1987): 143–148.

Cited: B. G. Mandilaras, The Verb in the Greek Non–Literary Papyri (1973): 345 §854 (1)

P. J. Sijpesteijn, K. A. Worp, "Chronological Notes," ZPE 26 (1977): 280; R. S. Bagnall,

K. A. Worp, "Chronological Notes on Byzantine Papyri," BASP 17 (1980): 19–20.

Oxyrhynchus, 545 A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

10 lines, 7.0 x 10.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Contract written in two hands.

GD 7677 B (mounted with P.Princeton II 81).

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, VI A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

11 lines, 11.5 x 8.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Contract. A kollesis 3.0 cm. from the top. On the recto are traces of a washed–out text.

GD 7552 verso, H. I. Bell, no. II 154)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, VI A.D

Papyrus

Greek

9 lines, 12.3 x 28.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Contract with elaborate notarial sign(?) at foot.

GD 7717 (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 148)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Aphrodito(?), VI A.D.

Lower margin 3.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

6 lines + notarial sign, 12.5 x 15.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Contract. Signed in a second hand. Corrections/annotations in a third hand. Text written Ψ. Three faded lines of text on back.

GD 7551 (1924, H. I. Bell, no. II 152)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, VI(?) A.D.

Right margin 0.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

24 lines: 20 lines M1, 4 lines M2, 29.2 x 15.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Contract. Cancelled

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. III 15 C

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Byzantine period

Papyrus

Greek

7 lines, 6.2 x 6.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 118, Box 61

 

Contract. Cancelled. Three fragments, two hands. Back blank. Dated year 3, Phaophi 18

AM 15960 F; Kase Collection: Frame K 4

Unpublished (?)

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Lower margin 1.8 cm., left margin 1.8 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

35 lines: 20 lines M1, 15 lines M2, 22.6 x 13.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Contract(?) Contains reference to a threshing machine(?) or a part of the bit of a bridle. (tribol[).

GD 7671 B (mounted with P.Princeton II 58)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

27 lines, 18.5 x 6.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Contract(?). In M2 appears the name Paulos son of Didymos. Dated Hathyr 2nd of an unknown year.

GD 7545 (mounted with P.Princeton II 33).

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Left margin 1.5 cm., lower margin 4.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

17 lines: 11 lines M1, 6 lines M2, 15.2 x 10.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Contract of partnership during the reign of Septimius Severus.

P. Princeton II 36: AM 8943

Provenance unknown, 195–197 A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

15 lines, 11.6 x 5.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Contract(?) Cancelled; traces of cross hatching.

GD 7672 C (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 213)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

10 lines, 7.2 x 7.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Contract or lease.

GD 7712 B (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 117)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

9 lines, 7.1 x 4.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Contract relating to land.

AM 8945

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

23 lines, 9.3 x 4.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 118, Box 62, Item 1

 

 

Correspondence. Written in Chancery style, perhaps the prefectural chancery. Address on back.

GD 7662 C (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 115)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Lower margin 3.5 cm., left margin 2.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

7 lines, 12.5 x 10.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Correspondence sent between officials regarding a petition and concerning the prefect Valerius Datus. Three hands. Official annotations on back.

GD 7644 A (1924, H. I. Bell, no. XIV c 45)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: P. J. Sijpesteijn, "The Prefect L. Valerius Datus in P.Princ. Inv. GD 7644," ZPE 65 (1986): 169–170.

Provenance unknown, 11 April 217 A.D.

Left margin 2.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

11 lines: M1 2 lines, M2 1 line, M3 8 lines, 12.5 x 19.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Correspondence concerning the decision of an official (?) with regard to things owed to a certain Dionysius and mentioning Philagrius phronti[stes(?). Written in a chancery hand.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. XIVa 4B

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, late III A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

7 lines, 11.1 x 11.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 2 Item 5

 

Unidentified fragment, possibly correspondence.

GD 7662 A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished.

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

3(?) lines, 5.5 x 4.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Unidentified fragment.

GD 7673

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

5 lines, 4.8 x 7.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Correspondence. Written in Chancery style, perhaps the end of an official letter. The first line is in a very small hand, the second and third in a very large hand.

GD 7662 B recto (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 115)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

3 lines, 6.1 x 2.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Correspondence. Written in Chancery style, perhaps an official letter.

GD 7662 B verso (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 115)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

3 lines plus marginal notation, 6.1 x 2.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Declaration for sheep and goats

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. III 93 (= GD 9561)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: A. E. Hanson, "Declarations of Sheep and Goats from the Oxyrhynchite Nome," Aegyptus 69 (1–2) (1989): 61–69.

Oxyrhynchite Nome, 28–29 A.D.

Upper margin 1.5 cm., left margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

10 lines, 8.1 x 5.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 7 Item 7

 

Declaration for αἰγιαλοφύλακες for the month of Hadrianos. 5th year of Marcus Aurelius and Verus.

Garrett Deposit NS5

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, 165 A.D.

Left margin 2.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

16 lines, 16.0 x 10.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 7 Item 5

 

Declaration of census. Parts of two declarations, each in a different hand, pasted together with the result that several letters at the beginning of each line in column (ii) are missing. Only col. (ii) has been transcribed in the edition. On the verso part of an account.

P.Princeton III 129 recto; GD 7928 B

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published in Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942)

Cited: H. C. Youtie, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III," CP 39 (1944): 122; C. Préaux, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III," Cd'É 23 (1948): 200

Bubastis, 188–189 A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 25 lines (ii) 23 lines, 12.0 x 8.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Declaration of census.

P.Princeton III 129; GD 7928 B = SB 20.14310

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942); R. S. Bagnall, "Notes on Egyptian Census Declarations," BASP 28 (1991): 121–133 (see 125–129)

Bubastis, 188–189 A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 25 lines (ii) 22 lines, 12.0 x 8.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Declaration for delivery of garments. Text on the verso may be related.

P.Princeton II 27; AM 8947

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936)

Cited: K.F.W. Schmidt, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II," Philologische Wochenschrift 58 (1934): 456; D. Hagedorn, "ΟΧΥΡΥΓΚΩΝ ΠΟΛΙΣ und Η ΟΧΥΡΥΓΚΙΤΩΝ ΠΟΛΙΣ," ZPE 12 (1973): 280 n.15; P. J. Sijpesteijn,"More Remarks on Some Imperial Titles in the Papyri" ZPE 49 (1982): 103; P.L. Bat. 25.51 n. to ll. 4–5

Oxyrhynchus, 191/192 A.D.

Lower margin 6.5 cm. recto, upper margin 1.5 cm., left margin 1.5 cm. verso

Papyrus

Greek

7 lines recto, 12 lines verso, 10.0 x 11.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Declaration on oath.

AM 4099; P.Oxy. VI 976: Frame 7

Described: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri VI (1908)

Oxyrhynchus, 197 A.D.

Lower margin 3.0 cm., left margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

14 lines, 1.7 x 11.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Declaraton of census(?); official document taken under oath in the name of the emperor.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. IX 19A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II A.D.

Lower margin to 5.0 cm., left margin 1.3 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

8 lines, 10.1 x 7.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 6 Item 6

 

Declaration for monetary payment out of a deposit.

P.Princeton II 83; GD 7887 A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II.

Cited: S Daris, "Spigolature Documentarii 1–7," ZPE 62 (1986): 95.

Oxyrhynchus, V A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

8 lines, 17.0 x 16.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Deed for divorce.

P.Princeton II 31; GD 7663

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936)

Cited: U. Wilcken, "Urkunden–Referat," Archiv 12 (1936–37): 233

Fayum, 79–80 A.D.

Upper margin 3.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

11 lines, 11.5 x 9.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Deed for sale of five arouras of land, at a cost of 200 silver drachmas, near the village of Bacchias in the topos of Pouatb.

Scheide M 96 A = P.Princeton III 149

Published: Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942)

Cited: C. Préaux, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III," Cd'É 23 (1948): 201

Provenance unknown, Oct. 16, 177 A.D.

Upper margin 2.5 cm., lower margin 9.3 cm., right margin 2.1 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

15 lines, 22.1 x 16.0 cm.

Location: The Scheide Library

 

Deed for surety.

AM 11244

Published in P. J. Sijpesteijn, "A Late Deed of Surety from Oxyrhynchus (P.Princ.inv. AM 11244)," ZPE 65 (1986): 163–167; Isaak F. Fikhman, "Novye dannye o prepisnykh kolonakh," Pis'mennye pamjatniki i problemy istorii kul'tury narodov Vostoka. XXII Godcnaja naucnaja sessija LO IV AN SSSR (Doklady i soobscenija) 1988, cast'l. Moskva, (1989): 186–190.

Oxyrhynchus, Jan. 22 – Sept. 1, 635 A.D.

Upper margin 0.75 cm., left margin 0.5 cm.

31 lines, 31.0 x 7.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Denial of a claim.

AM 4102; P.Oxy. VII 1027: Frame 12

Published: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri VII (1911)

Oxyrhynchus, I A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

8.7 x 16.7 cm.

13 lines

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Dialysis.

AM 8961; P.Princeton II 82 = SB III 7033: oversize

Published: H. B. Dewing, "A Dyalysis of the Fifth Century A.D. in the Princeton Collections of Papyri," TAPA 53 (1922): 113–127; W. Ensslin, Rheinisches Museum für Philologie LXXV (1926): 422–446; E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936); P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Corrections on Some Princeton Papyri," ZPE 68 (1987): 143–148;

Lycopolis, 481 A.D.

Upper margin 7.6 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

90 lines, 30 x 111.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, North 10.

 

Division of property.

P.Princeton III 176; GD 7530

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942); P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Corrections on Some Princeton Papyri," ZPE 68 (1987): 143–148.

Provenance unknown, III A.D.

Upper margin 4.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

8 lines, 12.5 x 25.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Division of inheritance.

P.Princeton II 79; GD 7667

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936)

Cited: P.Oxy. LI 3620 n. to l.2

Oxyrhynchus, 326 A.D.

Upper margin 1.0 cm., left margin 2.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

11 lines, 8.5 x 19.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text written in a crude hand with lines sloping downwards to the right. Possibly contains a reference to βαζιλεύς[...] φιλομηρ[...] (Ptolemy VI, Philometor?). Dated 180 –145 B.C. if reference to Ptolemy VI is correct. Traces of a previous column.

AM 87–53 J (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Michael Fackelmann, Vienna, July, 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II B.C.

Papyrus

Greek

14 lines, 15.0 x 9.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 13 Item 7

 

Documentary text concerning sheep and a guard. The date appears in l.1 and again in l.9. Receipts? Dated year 12, Hathyr 21(?).

AM 87–53 G recto (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Michael Fackelmann, Vienna, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II B.C.

After 10 lines, a space of 2–3 cm., followed by at least 2 lines of text.

Papyrus

Greek

12 lines, 12.0 x 4.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 12 Item 2

 

Documentary text(?).

AM 11247 A

Unpublished(?)

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

7 lines, 7.2 x 10.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text involving the komarch.

AM 87–53 D recto (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Michael Fackelmann, Vienna, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II B.C.

Upper margin 3.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

12 lines, 18.9 x 8.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 12 Item 5

 

Documentary text of five apparently unrelated fragments. (B) possibly a copy of a letter; (C) dated Mesore 20 of a year ending in 5.

Garrett Deposit 1926, H. I. Bell, no. III 63 B, 63 C, 63 D, 63 E, and 63 F = GD 9558)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished (?)

Provenance unknown, Ptolemaic period (305–330 B.C.)

C) lower margin 3.5 cm., right margin 1.2 cm., F) upper margin 3.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

B 9 lines, C 3 lines, D 8 lines, E 3 lines, F 3 lines; B 10.5 x 8.0 cm. C 6.9 x 7.1 cm. D 10.0 x 3.5 cm. E 3.1 x 7.9 cm. F 6.6 x 7.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 17 Item 4

 

Documentary text. GD 63 H consists of three fragments from the same document.

Garrett Deposit 1926, H. I. Bell, no. III 63 G, 63 H

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Ptolemaic period (305–330 B.C.)

G left margin 3.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

G 7 lines H (a) 4 lines (b) 4 lines (c) 6 lines, G 11.7 x 7.5 cm. H (a) 3.6 x 1.8 cm. (b) 2.1 x 1.7 cm. (c) 3.9 x 3.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 17 Item 4

 

Documentary text in three fragments, removed from shoes for a mummy, each in a different hand. Much of the text on fragment (a) is obscured by a layer of papyrus fibers from another piece. (b) has text in two hands. M1: three lines , space of 2.0 cm., 2 lines. M2: 1 line, written in the space between the line groups of M1, and upside–down in relation to that text. M1 has a year date in the 20s. On the verso: (c) faint traces of ca. 6 lines of text. (a) and (b) are blank. All three texts are affected to some degree by gesso and water damage.

AM 87–53 C (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Michael Fackelmann,

Vienna, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Ptolemaic period

Papyrus

Greek

 (a) 7 lines (b) 6 lines (c) 5 lines, (a) 6.7 x 16.2 cm. (b) 6.9 x 5.9 cm. (c) 5.9 x 6.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 19 Item 1

 

Documentary text that contains a reference to a bank.

Garret Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. IX 54D

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Ptolemaic period

Papyrus

Greek

5 lines, 6.5 x 9.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 10 Item 8

 

Documentary text mentioning Diogenes, son of Sambas(?) and refers to a centurio. The date, 2nd year of Tiberius, is written in a second hand.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. XIVc 79 B

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, ca. 15 A.D.

Left margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

8 lines, 6.2 x 7.2 cm.

Locaton: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 6 Item 3

 

Documentary text. Draft of a petition? Evidence of scribal correction as well as correction in a second hand. Two columns of text. On the verso traces of beginnings of 12+ lines of text.

AM 8926: Frame 54

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, I–II A.D.

Lower margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 13 lines (ii) 2 lines, 15.4 x 15.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text(?).

AM 11250, Scheide (Nov. 1, 1935)

Gift of John Hinsdale Scheide, Class of 1896

Unpublished(?)

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

20 lines, 21.3 x 13.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text mentioning the idios logos. The name Diognetos appears, possibly dealing with property. Annotation in the margin (or traces of previous column?).

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. X 85C

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, I–II A.D. (?)

Upper margin 3.5 cm., left margin 3.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

10 lines, 11.2 x 8.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 9 Item 3

 

Documentary text. Two columns.  Contains reference to Soknopaiou Nesos, and dates.

P.Princeton III 172 verso; AM 11233

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, before 156 A.D.

Lower margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 26 lines (ii) 14 lines, 20.0 x 15.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text. Five fragments. A has text on verso, C has text on verso probably in same hand.

AM 8969 (A, B, C, D, E): Frame 82

Unpublished.

Provenance unknown, Byzantine period

Papyrus

Greek

A) 4 lines B) 5 lines C) 4 lines D) 2 lines E) 2 lines, A) 8.9 x 13.8 cm. B) 6.8 x 12.2 cm. C) 8.9 x 6.4 cm. D) 4.5 x 10 cm. E) 3.6 x 3.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Unidentified four fragments. (c) may be from an account.

Provenance unknown, Date unknown.

AM 87–49 A

Unpublished

Papyrus

Greek

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 9 Item 4

 

Documentary text, official(?), involving [...]os Dorionos, son of Sara[pion], addressed to an agoranomos(?) called Apollonios.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. XIVb 22A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II A.D.

Upper margin

Papyrus

Greek

14 lines, 12.8 x 6.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 2 Item 7

 

Documentary text. Copy of an unidentified text. Domitian (81–96 A.D.) and perhaps Trajan (98–117 A.D.) and Antoninus Pius (138–161 A.D.) mentioned.

GD 7657 verso (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 91)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II A.D.

Lower margin (?) 0.8 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

13 lines, 10.8 x 10.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text.

GD 7725 B (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 207)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Oxyrhynchus, II A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

8 lines, 4.7 x 4.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text concerning liturgies.

AM 8938 = SB III 7261 (mounted with P.Princeton II 35).

Published: H. B. van Hoesen, A. C. Johnson, "A Papyrus Dealing with Liturgies," JEA 12 (1926): 116–117

Provenance unknown, late II – early III A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

10 lines, 7.6 x 8.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text. Miscellaneous fragments. Fragments A and C have text on versos.

AM 8972 A–C: Frame 85

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek(?)

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text mentioning a βιβλιοφύλαξ. Surface abraded. On the verso, traces of two documents, upside–down in relation to each other, each in a different hand.

AM 14601–603(2) A

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II–III A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

25 lines, some mere traces, 14.4 x 10.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 8 Item 6

 

Documentary text.

GD 7672 A (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 213)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II–III A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

22 lines, 14.8 x 7.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text concerning termination of guardianship by an orphan girl. Two hands.

AM 4411; P.Fay. 94: Frame 30

Published: Grenfell, Hunt and Hogarth, Fayûm Towns and Their Papyri (1900)

Fayum, 222–235 A.D.

Upper margin 1.3 cm., lower margin 3.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

25 lines, 20.4 x 12.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text mentioning the name Theon. Both sides of text written Ψ.

Garrett Deposit 1928, H. I. Bell, no. I 66 verso

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

14 lines, 11.4 x 4.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 9 Item 2

 

Documentary text including the name Serenos. Has a subscription in a second hand.

Garrett Deposit 1928, H. I. Bell, no. I 52

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III A.D.

Lower margin 2.0 cm., left margin 1.3 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

14 lines: 12 lines M1, 2 lines M2, 12.7 x 5.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Documentary text dealing with a dispute over landed property. Names of Hermogenes and Diophantos mentioned.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. III 17 A verso

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III A.D.

Upper margin 3.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

12 lines, 18.6 x 10.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 18 Item 3

 

Documentary.

Garrett Deposit 1928, H. I. Bell, no. I 41

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III A.D.

Right margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

10 lines, 7.0 x 4.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Documentary text.

GD 7706 C recto (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 70)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III–IV A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

14 lines, 11.1 x 3.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text. May be from the same document as 7706 B.

GD 7706 A recto (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 70)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III–IV A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

13 lines, 12.7 x 4.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text.

GD 7706 E (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 70)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III–IV A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

6 lines, 5.5 x 5.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text. Three fragments.

GD 7706 F, I, J

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III–IV A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

F) 2 lines I) 3 lines J) 2 lines, F) 1.8 x 2.9 cm. I) 2.8 x 5.1 cm. J) 3.1 x 7.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text. Contains the name Ptolemaios.

GD 7706 K recto (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 70)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III–IV A.D.

Lower margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

4 lines, 4.4 x 3.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text. May be from the same document as 7706 A.

GD 7706 B recto (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 70)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III–IV A.D.

Upper margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

3 lines, 4.0 x 6.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text. Contains the name Heliodoros.

GD 7718 G (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 154)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III–IV A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

8 lines, 6.9 x 7.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)s

 

Documentary text(?). One line of text, with τὴν ἐπιστόλην ἤπημψα in the first line, written beneath a decorative border.

GD 7701 C (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 54)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III–IV(?) A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

2 lines, 2.2 x 8.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Agreement concerning a loan of money(?) with a guarantor and mentioning the name Apphous.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. III 50B

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, IV A.D.

Upper margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

22 lines, 18.7 x 5.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 16 Item 12

 

Documentary text.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. , IX 54 B recto

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, IV(?) A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

15 lines, 12.5 x 3.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 118, Box 61

 

Documentary text. Contains the name Serenos. On the verso traces of text written in a large, crude hand and damaged by water. Possibly traces of a second column.

GD 7703 A recto (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 60)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, IV A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

12 lines much abraded, 10.5 x 11.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text. Petition/letter(?)

GD 7701 A (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 54)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, IV AD

Papyrus

Greek

9 lines, 5.1 x 4.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text(?).

GD 7701 B

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

8 lines, 7.6 x 5.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text written in a very small, rapid cursive.

AM 15960 3B 5; Kase Collection: Frame K 8

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Roman period (?)

Papyrus

Greek

29 lines, 5.0 x 15.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Documentary text concerning property (?) and mentions the names Hieron and Kleopatra. Includes reference to 1000 drachmas.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. II 57A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Roman period (?)

Upper margin 3.5 cm., right margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

15 lines, 14.9 x 9.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 1 Item 8

 

Documentary text dealing with a slave and the property(?) of a brother. On the back, traces of an address(?).

AM 11224 L

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Roman period.

Left margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

14 lines, 9.3 x 6.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text. Contains the name Ammonios.

AM 11224 J

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Roman period(?)

Papyrus

Greek

12 lines, 5.9 x 3.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text.

AM 11224 K

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Roman period.

Upper margin 1.5 cm., left margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

6 lines, 6.7 x 4.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text. On the verso faint traces of 5 lines of text.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. XIVc 79 E

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Roman period

Lower margin 4.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

5 lines, 9.4 x 7.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 11 Item 4

 

Documentary text. Two columns written in a very small cursive hand.

AM 11247 H

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Roman period.

(i) Lower margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

5 lines, 4.0 x 3.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text. Contains reference to an unknown emperor.

AM 11247 G

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Roman period.

(i) Left margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 3 lines (ii) 1 line, (i) 1.6 x 7.0 cm. (ii) 0.6 x 4.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text. Possibly contains a reference to clay.

GD 7728 B (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 222)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, late IV – V A.D.

Left margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

7 lines, 7.9 x 6.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text. Written with a thick pen.

GD 7724 (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 186)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, V A.D.

Right margin 1.2 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

11 lines, 12.3 x 8.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text concerning property(?) and has the notary's signature at the bottom

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. X 86A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, V–VI A.D.

Lower margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

12 lines, 14.7 x 21.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 16 Item 1

 

Documentary text addressed to a scholasticus. Text seems to refer to theft(?) of wool.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. IX 28A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Oxyrhynchus, VI–VII A.D.

Upper margin 3.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

6 lines, 10.8 x 11.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 4 Item 4

 

Documentary text concerning a koinon. The full height of the text is preserved.

AM 15960 3A 4: Kase Collection: Frame K 7

Published under AM 15960 A (4) (or AM 15960A(4)) in P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Fragmentary Papyri from the Princeton Papyri Collections," Aegyptus 70 (1–2) (1989): 33–41.

Provenance unknown, V–VI A.D.

Upper margin 1.5 cm., lower margin 2.0 cm., left margin 2.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

6 lines, 10.0 x 8.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Documentary text dealing with farmers and wheat.

GD 7730 A recto (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 232)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Byzantine period

Papyrus

Greek

17 lines, 10.4 x 4.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. IX 13C

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Byzantine period

Papyrus

Greek

15 lines, 13.5 x 6.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 118, Box 61

 

Legal document written in three hands.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. III 107 D

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Byzantine period

Papyrus

Greek

13 lines, 18.0 x 10.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 10 Item 2

 

Documentary text.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. III 45 A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Byzantine period

Lower margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

11 lines, 16.3 x 11.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 118, Box 60

 

Text in shorthand.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H.I. Bell, no. III, 45B

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Byzantine period (?)

Papyrus

Greek

5 lines

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 55 Item 2

 

Documentary text.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. XVIII 78 B recto

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Byzantine period

Papyrus

Greek

10 lines, 15.4 x 10.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Documentary text. On the verso traces 5–6 lines of text.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. IX 53C

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Byzantine period

Left margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

10 lines, 11.1 x 6.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 118, Box 61

 

Documentary text.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. XIVc 79 A verso

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Byzantine period

Lower margin 2.4 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

9 lines, 15.0 x 7.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Documentary text. Legal(?) Written in two hands.

GD 7663 A (mounted with P.Princeton II 31)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Byzantine Period

Papyrus

Greek

9 lines, 11.3 x 9.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text. Possibly one line in a second hand.

GD 7888 A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Byzantine period.

Upper margin(?) 1.0 cm., left margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

7 lines, 15.0 x 8.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text.

GD 7889 E (mounted with P. Princeton II 86)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Byzantine period

Papyrus

Greek

6 lines, 10.4 x 6.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text.

AM 8971 G: Frame 84

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Byzantine period

Right margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

6 lines, 8.4 x 5.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text originally folded four–six times and now broken along the fold lines. Four fragments.

AM 11240

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Byzantine period.

Upper margin 3.5–4 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 6.0 x 12.5 cm. (b) 10.3 x 5.2 cm. (c) 9.9 x 2.2 cm. (d) 8.0 x 5.6 cm.

(a) 3 lines (b) 10 lines (c) 9 lines (d) 6 lines

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text. Conclusion of a document. Mentions Apollonios son of Dionysos. Dated 12th Pachon of an unknown year. Both sides are written ς.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. IX 54 B verso

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Byzantine period

Papyrus

Greek

3 lines, 12.5 x 3.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 118, Box 61

 

Documentary text. Two fragments from the same document, not contiguous.

GD 7704 A, B (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 62)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Byzantine period (IV A.D.).

Upper margin 3.5 cm., lower margin 3.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

2 lines, A 7.1 x 9.4 cm., B 7.1 x 5.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text. Four fragments from the same document.

GD 7704 C, D, E, F

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, IV A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

C) 4 lines D) 8 lines E) 2 lines, C) 6.5 x 3.2 cm. D) 7 x 7.5 cm. E) 6.5 x 3.3 cm. F) 7.3 x 4.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text. Conclusion of a document. Dated Mesore 9th of an unknown year. Text written Ψ.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. IX 13B

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Byzantine period

Lower margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

3 lines,  5.2 x 17.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 118, Box 61

 

Documentary text containing the name Apion.

AM 4428 B verso: Frame 37

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 26 lines (ii) 8 lines, (i) 27.3 x 8.9 cm. (ii) 6.6 x 6.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text. Fragment (a) has a column or page number (c) at the top.

AM 4428 A verso: Frame 37

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Upper margin 2.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 25 lines (b) 8 lines, (a) 15.6 x 10.7 cm. (b) 8.1 x 9.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text. Text unidentified. The papyrus is very dark and dirty.

GD 7703 B (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 60)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

23 lines, 13.5 x 3.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text.

AM 11224 I verso

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

20 lines, 15.3 x 5.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text dealing with wheat.

GD 7681 B (mounted with P.Princeton II 89)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Left margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

20 lines, 12.0 x 7.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text, probably an economic text.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. III 92D

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

20 lines, 10.4 x 3.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 10 Item 5

 

Documentary text mentioning a farmer. Several abbreviations in the text. On the verso, traces of 5–6 lines of text.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. IX 53B

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Upper margin 1.7 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

18 lines, 12.9 x 5.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 118, Box 61

 

Documentary text.

AM 8971 E: Frame 84

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Left margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

18 lines, 11.4 x 3.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text written in a small, closely–spaced hand.

AM 11225 D

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Upper margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

18 lines, 9.9 x 4.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text.

AM 4428 B recto: Frame 37

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Upper margin 3.3 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 17 lines (ii) 7 lines, (i) 27.3 x 8.9 cm. (ii) 6.6 x 6.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text. The full height of the text is preserved.

AM 15960 4 A: Kase Collection: Frame K 11

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Upper margin 2.0 cm., lower margin 2.5 cm., left margin 3.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

17 lines, 26.5 x 15.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Documentary text that mentions a year 44 (but not as part of a dating formula) and has a possible reference to money. The last line may be in a second hand.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. IX 28C

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

16 lines, 15.5 x 4.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 10 Item 7

 

Documentary text.

AM 15960 3C 3 recto; Kase Collection: Frame K 9

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Upper margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

15 lines plus faint traces of 5–6 lines under a heavy layer of soil, 10.3 x 7.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Documentary text. Two fragments. Contains the names Onnophris and Heron. Possibly has a heading.

AM 4428 A recto: Frame 37

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Upper margin 1.2 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 15 lines (b) 12 lines, (a) 15.6 x 10.7 cm. (b) 8.1 x 9.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)    

 

Documentary text. Much abraded, very faint.

GD 7705 A (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 65)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

15 lines, 9.6 x 6.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text.

GD 7889 D (mounted with P. Princeton II 86).

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown.

Papyrus

Greek

14 lines, 11.4 x 4.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text.

AM 87–52 C verso (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Adam Bülow–Jacobsen, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

13+ lines, ca. 23.0 x 9.1 cm. (not completely flattened)

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 21 Item 5

 

Documentary text. Contains several abbreviations.

AM 11224 I recto

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

12 lines, 15.3 x 5.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text. Two fragments from the same document. Fragment B preserves two columns of text, each in a different hand. Fragment F has text in the same hand as B (i). On the verso of both fragments is a text, possibly an account, in the one hand. On fragment B a kollesis 1.5 cm. from the left.

AM 11227 F (mounted with P.Princeton III, 110).

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

B (i) upper margin 2.0 cm., (ii) upper margin 2.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

B (i) 12 lines, (ii) 12 lines, F 13 lines, B 7.7 x 7.4 cm., F 8.0 x 3.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text containing references to tax farming on both recto and verso. Both sides written Ψ and in the same hand.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. III 107C

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

12 lines recto, 4 lines verso, 13.3 x 8.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 10 Item 3

 

Documentary text.

GD 7729 D (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 225)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Upper margin 1.7 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

12 lines, 10.0 x 3.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text in two fragments.

AM 15960 3D 5 verso; Kase Collection: Frame K 10

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

12 lines, (i) 7.8 x 9.0 cm., (ii) 6.9 x 5.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Documentary text. Text is under a layer of soil.

AM 15960 3C 3 verso; Kase Collection: Frame K 9

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

12 lines,  5.5 x 13.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Documentary text. Two fragments.

AM 87–52 D

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

(a,b) 2 lines, (a) 1.6 x 5.9 cm. (b) 3.0 x 8.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 21 Item 1

 

Documentary text. Two related fragments

AM 87–52 F (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Adam Bülow–Jacobsen, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

 (a) 11 lines (b) 7 lines, (a) 11.3 x 2.7 cm. (b) 11.3 x 8.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 21 Item 1

 

Documentary text.

AM 87–52 I

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

10(?) lines, 15.4 x 10.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 21 Item 1

 

Documentary text. End of a document with a subscription in a second hand.

AM 15960 3C 4; Kase Collection: Frame K 9

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

11 lines: 5 lines M1, 6 lines M2, 7.9 x 9.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Documentary text.

GD 7616 B (mounted with P.Princeton II 91).

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

11 lines, 6.5 x 4.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text. Contains the names Apollonios, Didymos and Amon.

GD 7729 F (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 225)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

11 lines, 6.5 x 4.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text concerning a mother's testament. Two columns.

AM 15960 3C 5; Kase Collection: Frame K 9

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 10 lines (ii) 7 lines, 10.4 x 7.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Documentary text.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. IX 190C

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Upper margin 0.75 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

10 lines, 7.6 x 6.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 11 Item 2

 

Documentary text. 2–3 letters at the beginnings of lines.

AM 8967 D (mounted with P.Princeton II 93).

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Left margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

9 lines, 10.5 x 2.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text.

AM 8967 E (mounted with P. Princeton II 93).

Unpublished.

Provenance unknown, Date unknown.

Papyrus

Greek

5 lines, 7.4 x 3.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text.

AM 8967 F (mounted with P. Princeton II 93).

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

3 lines, 2.1 x 2.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text.

AM 8967 G (mounted with P. Princeton II 93).

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown.

Papyrus

Greek

5 lines, 4.3 x 2.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text.

AM 8967 H (mounted with P. Princeton II 93).

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

3 lines, 3 x 2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text.

AM 8967 I (mounted with P. Princeton II 93).

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown.

Papyrus

1 line, 9.1 x 2.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text dated year 14 of an unknown emperor.

AM 11224 N

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Lower margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

9 lines, 8.1 x 7.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text. Two fragments

AM 15960 3D 5 recto; Kase Collection: Frame K 10

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

9 lines, (i) 7.8 x 9.0 cm., (ii) 6.9 x 5.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Documentary text.

AM 8967 C (mounted with P.Princeton II 93).

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown.

Papyrus

Greek

9 lines, 7.0 x 5.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text.

AM 8971 F: Frame 84

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Upper margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

8 lines, 7.2 x 3.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text. Two fragments of the same document. Fragment (a) is mounted upside down. The margins preserved are parts of the lower margin of the document. The text is written Ψ, but at the top of frag. (b) is a strip, containing 1 line of text, with the fibers.

AM 11239 A, B

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Lower margin 3.0 cm., right margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 7 lines (b) 8 lines, (a) 10.3 x 20.1 cm. (b) 15.5 x 15.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text. Beginnings of lines.

GD 7714 A (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 129)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished.

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Left margin 5.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

7 lines, 18.4 x 8.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text written in a large hand with a thick pen.

GD 7677 D (mounted with P.Princeton II 81)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

7 lines, 9.0 x 5.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text containing the name Apollonios and a reference to marriage(?).

GD 7712 D (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 117)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

7 lines, 5.3 x 4.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text. Beginnings of lines of text. Traces of a previous column?

AM 8967 B (mounted with P.Princeton II 93).

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

7 lines, 4.8 x 7.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text which is possibly a petition or letter dealing with money. On the verso partial lines of a text mentioning Iulianus, son of Vibius.

Garrett Deposit NS 7 (= GD 9564)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished (?)

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

6 lines recto, 16 lines verso, 10.0 x 8.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 7 Item 6

 

Documentary text. Two fragments. One, (a), a list of names?

Garrett Deposit NS 32: mounted with P.Princeton II 30

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, n.d

(a) upper margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 6 lines (b) 3 lines(?),(a) 7.0 x 5.0 cm. (b) 5.5 x 6.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text. Probably part of a contract. Last three lines contain the signature of one of the parties to the transaction.

AM 11247 F

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Lower margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

6 lines, 6.0 x 5.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text dated year 8 Pharmouthi.

AM 13395 1A

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

5 lines, 5.1 x 3.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 11 Item 6

 

Documentary text written in three hands, the second and third probably a subscription or signature.

GD 7714 B (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 129)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Lower margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

4 lines: 2 lines M1, 1 line M2, 1 line M3, 5.3 x 6.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text. Concerns δημόσι (οι) γεωργ(οί).

AM 15960 3 D 4: Kase Collection: Frame K 10

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Upper margin 1.3 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

3 lines, 3.5 x 9.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Documentary text. Contains the name Loukios.

GD 7708 E recto (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 80)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown 

Papyrus

Greek

3 lines, 3.6 x 3.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Documentary text. Mentions corn/grain.

GD 7710 B (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 95)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Lower margin 1.3 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

2 lines, 4.4 x 5.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Edict of prefect. Parts of two edicts, each in a different hand, joined to form one sheet.

P.Princeton II 20; AM 8931 = SB V 8072

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936); O. W. Weinmuth, "Two Prefectural Edicts Concerning the Publicani," CP 31 (1936): 146–162. Cited: U. Wilcken, "Urkunden–Referat," Archiv 12 (1936–37): 231; R. Katzoff, "Sources of Law in Roman Egypt: The Role of the Prefect," ANRW II 13 (1980): 816

Provenance unknown, II A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

M1 11 lines; M2 13 lines, 8.0 x 12.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Eulogy.

P.Princeton II 71 verso; AM 8950

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936)

Provenance unknown, III A.D.

Upper margin 1.2 cm., left margin 1.0 cm., 6.5 cm. space beneath text.

Papyrus

Greek

11 lines, 16.0 x 13.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Invitation to a birthday feast.

AM 4113; P.Oxy. IX 1214: Frame 14

Published: Arthur S. Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri IX (1912)

Oxyrhynchus, V A.D.

Left margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

7 lines, 8.6 x 9.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Land survey possibly dealing with measurement of land, or a mathematical work(?) Contains sections of two diagrams.

GD 7708 I verso (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 80)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

1 line text + diagrams, 10.7 x 4.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Lease for public land.

P.Princeton III 146; AM 11230 A = SB X 10531

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942); A. Tripolitis, "Some Princeton Papyri Reconsidered," BASP 5.1 (1968): 7–16.

Cited: C. W. Keyes, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III," AJP 65 (1944): 188

Tebtunis, 36 A.D.

Upper margin 1.3 cm., left margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

23 lines, 15.0 x 8.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Lease for radish garden.

P.Princeton III 147; GD 7520 = SB X 10532

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942); A. Tripolitis, "Some Princeton Papyri Reconsidered," BASP 5 (1968): 10–12.

Cited: C. Préaux, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III," Cd'É 23 (1948): 201; H. C. Youtie, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III," CP 39 (1944): 122; J. Hermann, Studien zu Bodenpacht im Recht der graeko–ägyptischen Papyri (Münchener Beiträge. zur Papyrologie 4, 1958): 140 n.4

Oxyrhynchus, 87/88 A.D.

Upper margin 1.5 cm., left margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

30 lines, 17.0 x 10.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Lease for a camel stable.

AM 4111; P.Oxy. IX 1207: Frame 14

Published in Arthur S. Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri IX (1912)

Oxyrhynchus, 175–6(?) A.D.

Left margin 1.25 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

16 lines, 7.2 x 9.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Lease or agreement(?). Written in a very fine, delicate cursive.

GD 7725 A (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 207)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Oxyrhynchus, II A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

13 lines, 7.3 x 4.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Lease. Conclusion of a lease showing text in three hands.

P.Princeton III 177; AM 8944

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942); P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Corrections on Some Princeton Papyri," ZPE 68 (1987): 143–148.

Provenance unknown, 202 A.D.

Lower margin 2.75 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

11 lines: M1 3 lines, M2 5 lines, M3 3 lines, 11.0 x 12.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Lease. At the bottom, traces of 1 line, possibly a signature. Full height of text is preserved.

GD 7541 (1924, H. I. Bell, no. II 159) = SB IV 7474

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: H. B. van Hoesen and A. C. Johnson, "A Lease of Crown Land on Papyrus," TAPA 56 (1925): 213–214.

Fayum, 254 A.D.

Upper margin 1.3 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

18 lines, 17.1 x 33.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Lease written in two hands.

GD 7737 (1928, H. I. Bell, no. I 2) = SB V 7814

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: K. S. Gapp, "A lease of a pigeon–house with brood," TAPA 64 (1933): 89–90: U. Wilcken, "Urkunden–Referat," Archiv 11 (1935): 303–304.

Oxyrhynchus, 256 A.D.

Upper margin 1.3 cm., left margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

42 lines: 38 lines M1, 4 lines M2, 21.0 x 13.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Lease for a house.

AM 4122; P.Oxy. VII 1036: Frame 20

Published in Arthur S. Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri VII (1912)

Oxyrhynchus, 273 A.D.

Upper margin 1.25 cm., lower margin 5.5 cm., left margin 1.25 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

47 lines, 33.2 x 8.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Lease.

AM 8946 = SB IV 7443: Frame 66

Published: H. B. van Hoesen and A. C. Johnson, "Five Leases in the Princeton Collection," JEA 14 (1928): 118–125.

Oxyrhynchus, 285 A.D.

Upper margin 1.0 cm., lower margin 3.5–3 cm., left margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

29 lines, 22.2 x 10.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Lease for a house.

GD 7549 (1924, H. I. Bell, no. XIVc 3) = SB IV 7442 (mounted with P.Princeton III 139).

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: H. B. van Hoesen and A. C. Johnson, "Five Leases in the Princeton Collection," JEA 14 (1928): 118–125

Oxyrhynchus, 1st half III A.D.

Upper margin 1.5 cm., left margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

10 lines, 7.5 x 10.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Lease mentioning Aurelius Theon archi[...]. Two hands.

GD 7734 A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III A.D.

Upper margin 2.3 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

13 lines: 9 lines M1, 4 lines M2, 11.3 x 5.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Lease for a melon garden.

P.Princeton II 39; GD 7623 A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936)

Cited: H. Cadell, in Scritti in onore di Orsolina Montevecchi, (ed.) (1981): 79

Provenance unknown, III A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

13 lines, 6.5 x 10.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Lease for land at Kerkeosiris.

AM 15960 3B 2: Kase Collection: Frame K 8

Published under AM 15960 B (2) (or AM 15960B(2)) in P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Fragmentary Papyri from the University of Princeton Papyri Collections," Aegyptus 70 (1–2) (1989): 33–41.

Arsinoite nome, III A.D.

Left margin 0.8 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

12 lines, 8.5 x 9.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Lease. Signed in a second hand.

GD 7548 (1924, H. I. Bell, no. XIVc 42) = SB IV 7444

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: H. B. van Hoesen and A. C. Johnson, "Five Leases in the Princeton Collection," JEA 14 (1928): 118–125

Oxyrhynchus, late III–early IV A.D.

Upper margin 1.5 cm., lower margin 4.0 cm., left margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

23 lines: 19 lines M1, 4 lines M2, 24.4 x 11.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Lease(?). For one aroura of land.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. XIVc 79A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III/IV A.D.

Left margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

9 lines, 8.1 x 7.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 6 Item 2

 

Lease. On one side (verso?) an endorsement(?) with the words "lease of Ischyrion" and on the other (recto?) a signature of Aurelius Demetrius, probably with regard to a lease of one aroura. Both sides written ς.

AM 14601–603(13) A

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III–IV A.D.

Upper margin 4.0 cm., lower margin 5.0 cm.(recto); text appears at very bottom of papyrus, with a space of 12.5 cm. above it (verso).

Papyrus

Greek

2 lines recto; 1 line verso, 10.4 x 13.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 8 Item 5

 

Lease for slaves.

P.Princeton III 151; AM 11246

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942)

Cited: C. W. Keyes, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III," AJP 65 (1944): 187

Ibion, post 341 A.D.

Upper margin 1.0 cm., left margin 2.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

19 lines, 15.0 x 14.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Lease for a furnished house. Dated in the year following the consulship of Eucherius and Syagrius, Epeiph 18.

GD 7546 (1924, H. I. Bell, no. XVIII 51) = SB IV 7445

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: H. B. van Hoesen and A. C. Johnson, "Five Leases in the Princeton Collection," JEA 14 (1928): 118–125

Oxyrhynchus, July 12, 382 A.D.

Upper margin 1.0 cm., lower margin 6.0 cm., left margin 1.2 cm., right margin 0.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

27 lines, 27.4 x 10.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Lease for garden land. Roberts identifies this text as an inventory rather than as a lease.

P.Princeton III 180; GD 7886 C

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942); P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Corrections on Some Princeton Papyri," ZPE 68 (1987): 143–148.

Cited: C. H. Roberts, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III," JEA 29 (1943): 80;       P. van Minnen, "Notes sur quelques toponymes du nome Hermopolite," ZPE 67 (1987): 121 n.7.

Provenance unknown, VI(?) A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

9 lines, 11.0 x 14.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Lease for a garden plot? Time period from the 11th–13th year. Names Tryphon, Dorion.

AM 11235 A (mounted with P.Princeton III 187).

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, n.d.

Upper margin 1.0 cm., left margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

13 lines: 6 lines text, space of 2.0 cm., 7 lines text, 13.7 x 8.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letters are listed as official or non official (business, private etc.). Official letters are listed first. See also Greek\Documents\Correspondence.

 

Letter. Official(?). Refers to a delivery to the treasury. Dated Year 3 Pharmouthi 26 of an unknown year.

GD 7695 (1926, H. I. Bell, no. 61)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II B.C.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 5 lines, (i) 9.3 x 19.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter. Official letter concerning garden taxes. From the exetastes, Diophantus and Heras.

P.Princeton III 126; GD 7935 B

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942)

Arsinoite nome, ca. 150 A.D.

Upper margin 1.5 cm., left margin 2.5 cm., right margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

9 lines, 7.7 x 15.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Official letter addressed to Aurelius Philoxenus, strategus of the Oxyrhynchite nome.

P.Princeton II 22; AM 8939

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936); P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Corrections on Some Princeton Papyri," ZPE 68 (1987): 143–148.

Oxyrhynchus, 246–249 A.D.

Right side: upper margin 1.5 cm., right margin 1.0 cm., lower margin 2.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

15 lines, 21.0 x 10.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter, official(?).

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. X 85D

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, IV A.D.

Upper margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

8 lines, 8.4 x 7.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 9 Item 5

 

Letter. Official(?). From Paesis to Hierakion, son of the illustrious Phoibammon. Address on back.

GD 7925 B (1924, H. I. Bell, no. II 210)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, V(?) A.D.

Lower margin 4.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

10 lines, 14.3 x 13.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Unidentified.

Garrett Deposit, H. I. Bell, no. XIVa 11

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

3 fragments: a) 4x14cm, 22 lines; b) 4.5x6cm, 6 lines; c) 3x10.5cm, 16 lines

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 118, Box 60

 

Letter officially requesting Theon, Sambas and others to gather all the people of a village.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. II 218 E

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, V–VI A.D.

Upper margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

8 lines, 12.1 x 8.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 4 Item 2

 

Letter. Official?. Traces of address on back.

GD 7925 A (1924, H. I. Bell, no. II 210)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, V(?) A.D.

Upper margin 1.5 cm., right margin 3.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

7 lines, 9.0 x 12.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter. Official, to a clerk. Address on back.

AM 4124; P.Oxy. VI 940: Frame 18

Published: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri VI (1908)

Oxyrhynchus, V A.D.

Upper margin 1.5 cm., lower margin 1.5 cm., left margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

5 lines, 10.7 x 30.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Official letter referring to a woman. The letter probably consisted of two columns.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. X 85B

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, VI–VII A.D.

Lower margin 3.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

14 lines, 20.2 x 10.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 17 Item 2

 

Unidentified fragment with large cursive script.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. X 85A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, VI(?) A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

9 lines, 16.9 x 14.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 17 Item 3

 

Letter. Official, concerning collection of arrears in taxation.

P.Princeton III 137; GD 7625

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942; P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Corrections on Some Princeton Papyri," ZPE 68 (1987): 143–148.

Cited: C. H. Roberts, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III," JEA 29 (1943): 80; B. G. Mandilaras, The Verb in the Greek Non–Literary Papyri (1973): 321 §774, 347 §856 (2)

Hermopolis, V–VI A.D.

Upper margin 1.75 cm., left margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

6 lines, 32.0 x 9.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter. Official, to an ἀγροφύλαξ concerning crime and violence against women with a request to send the culprit to an official(?). Also mentions a water pumping device μηχανή. Text written Ψ.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. X 86B

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, VI–VII A.D.

Upper margin 0.75 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

12 lines, 11.9 x 11.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 16 Item 2

 

Letter to Clitarchus.

AM 4432; P.Hib. 163: Frame 39

Described: Grenfell and Hunt, The Hibeh Papyri I (1906)

Hibeh, 230–229 B.C.

Lower margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

6 lines, 8.2 x 7.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Charikles.

Letter from Charikles to Miusis. On back, decoration from mummy cartonnage. In the same frame is a small piece (parts of three lines), also in a Ptolemaic hand, and with similar decoration on the back.

AM 4430; P.Hib. 152: Frame 38

Published: Grenfell and Hunt, The Hibeh Papyri I (1906)

Hibeh, ca. 250 B.C.

Upper margin 2.5 cm., left margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

6 lines, 8.8 x 9.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter.

AM 8907: mounted with P.Princeton I 4

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III B.C.

Lower margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

11 lines, 11.5 x 5.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter from Men of the Kynopolite nome to Euphron. On back traces of an address.

Garrett Deposit 1926, H. I. Bell, no. III 63 J = GD 9555

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: A. E. Hanson, P J. Sijpesteijn, "The Dossier of Euphron. Letter from Men of the Kynopolite nome to Euphron," AncSoc 20 (1989): 133–145.

Provenance unknown, 1st half II B.C.

Upper margin 3.4 cm., right margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

8 lines, 10.4 x 9.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 4 Item 7

 

Letter from Alexandros, chief of police, to Euphron. Published as GD 9554.

Garrett Deposit 1926, H. I. Bell, no. III 63 A = GD 9554

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: A. E. Hanson and P. J. Sijpesteijn, "The Dossier of Euphron. Letter from Alexandros to Euphron," AncSoc 20 (1989): 133–145.

Provenance unknown, 1st half II B.C.

Upper margin 3.5 cm., lower margin 3.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

3 lines, 9.5 x 18.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 18 Item 5

 

Letter from Apollonios to Euphron and Korax. On back, part of an address.

Garrett Deposit 1926, H. I. Bell, no. III 63 I = GD 9553

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published under the number, GD 9553, in Ann Ellis Hanson and P. J. Sijpesteijn, "The Dossier of Euphron. Letter from Apollonius to Euphron and Korax," AncSoc 20 (1989): 133–145.

Provenance unknown, 1st half II B.C.

Upper margin 2.5 cm., lower margin 3.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

3 lines, 8.2 x 13.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 4 Item 6

 

Asklepiades.

Letter from Asklepiades to Dionysodoros, related to the letter of Hermocrates to AM 87–56. Cut from a roll; a kollesis ca. 2.0 cm. from left side. Text is almost complete, but has several large lacunae. Address and traces of previous texts in 3 hands on verso.

AM 87–57

Unpublished.

Provenance unknown, II B.C.

Upper margin 3.5 cm., left margin 0.3 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

24 lines, 24.3 x 6.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter. Upper layer of fibers has been stripped and text is severely damaged.

GD 7684 (1926, H. I. Bell, no. III 53­)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II B.C.

Lower margin 8.0 cm., left margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

13 lines, 24.0 x 12.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter(?), on the verso 13 lines of text affected by surface peeling.

AM 87–53 H (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Michael Fackelmann, Vienna, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II B.C.

Upper margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

13 lines, 13.5 x 5.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 12 Item 1

 

Hermocrates.

Letter from Hermocrates to Dionysodoros, concerning a letter from Asklepiades about bad wine (o„n£rion). Related to the letter of Asklepiades to Dionysodoros above (AM 87–57).

AM 87–56

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II B.C.

Upper margin 3.5 cm., left margin 2.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

10 lines, 15.5 x 13.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Pamnous.

Letter. From Pamnous to Euphron. Address on verso.

P.Princeton II 19; GD 7692

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936)

Cited: B. G. Mandilaras, The Verb in the Greek Non–Literary Papyri (1973): 350–51 §862.

Fayum, II B.C.

Lower margin 2.0 cm., left margin 3.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

7 lines + 7 lines marginal annotation, 13.5 x 22.5 cm.

Location:  C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter to Heraklea

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. XVIII 78 A = GD 9560

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: A. E. Hanson, "Fragment of a Letter from the Reign of Augustus," BASP 24 (3–4) (1987): 97–102.

Provenance unknown, 20 July, 2 A.D.

Lower margin 2.5 cm., left margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

10 lines, 12.2 x 11.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 5 Item 2

 

Tasmustha.

Letter from Tasmustha to Asklepiades(?). Dated year 41(?) of Augustus, Mesore 23.

AM 11234 B (mounted with P.Princeton III 165).

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, ca. 14 A.D.

Upper margin 2.5 cm., lower margin 8.0 cm., left margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

16 lines, 26.8 x 8.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Sarapion.

Letter from Sarapion in Alexandria. Address on back.

AM 4402; P.Oxy. II 294: Frame 22

Published: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri II (1899)

Oxyrhynchus, 22 A.D.

Upper margin 0.75 cm., lower margin 0.5 cm., left margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

33 lines, 23.1 x 13.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter.

P.Princeton III 186; GD 7642

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942); P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Corrections on Some Princeton Papyri," ZPE 68 (1987): 143–148.

Cited: C. H. Roberts, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III," JEA 29 (1943): 80

Provenance unknown, 28 A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

19 lines, 16.5 x 5.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Chaeremon.

Letter from Chaeremon to Dius.

P.Princeton III 161; AM 11232

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942)

Provenance unknown, 33 A.D.

Upper margin 2.5 cm., left margin 1.5 cm., right margin 0.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

16 lines, 23.0 x 9.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Nemesion.

Letter from Nemesion to Dionysius.

P.Princeton II 65; AM 8914

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II.

Cited: K.F.W. Schmidt, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II," Philologische Wochenschrift 58 (1934): 458; A. E. Hansen, "The Oxyrhynchus Papyri Vol. LV," Gnomon 62 (1990): 274.

Philadelphia, 40(?) A.D.

Upper margin 2.5 cm., left margin 1.0 cm., lower margin 4.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

17 lines, 22.0 x 9.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter.

P.Princeton III 162; GD 7535 verso

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942)

Cited: H. C. Youtie, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III," CP 39 (1944): 122 Provenance unknown, 89–90 A.D.

Lower margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

15 lines, 16.0 x 11.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Nikokles.

Letter from Nikokles. Part of upper layer stripped on right side. Full height of text preserved.

GD 7694

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, I A.D.

Upper margin 1.9 cm., lower margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

19 lines, 19.6 x 6.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter(?).

Garrett Deposit 1928, H. I. Bell, no. I 7

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, early I A.D.

Lower margin 3.0 cm., left margin 1.3 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

5 lines, 8.9 x 9.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Letter. Two fragments. Only half of the text on fragment (a) was published in the ed. pr., and a reference to the note in the margin of (b), although there is no indication that the text is in two fragments.

P.Princeton III 187; AM 11235 B

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942)

Provenance unknown, I A.D.

(b) left margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 26 lines (b) 19 lines + 3 lines in left margin, (a) 19.0 x 8.5 cm. (b) 15.0 x 4.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter from a tax collector. The text extends to the verso of the papyrus, where it is written in two columns.

AM 4403; P.Oxy. II 298: Frame 23

Published: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri II (1899)

Oxyrhynchus, I A.D.

Upper margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

24 lines recto, (i) 22 lines (ii) 15 lines verso, 22.9 x 18.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter written to a brother. Full height of text preserved.

GD 7650 B (1924, H. I. Bell, no. XVIII 59 B)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, I A.D.

Upper margin 2.0 cm., lower margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

19 line, 19.8 x 10.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter. Conveys urgent instructions to pass on a certain order, in case the flood does not get beyond the writer.

P.Princeton II 66; AM 8925 (mounted with I 4)

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936)

Cited: H. C. Youtie, "Notes on Papyri" TAPA 91 (1960): 265–6

Provenance unknown, I A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

8 lines, 5.0 x 7.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter from S[...] to Anchasius and Thamines

P.Princeton III 160; GD 7680

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published in Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942); A. E. Hanson, "P. Princeton 160," BASP 10 (1973): 81–84; J. L. White, Light from Ancient Letters (1986): No. 66, 106.

Cited: L. C. Youtie, Ghost Names," ZPE 11 (1973): 271–272

Provenance unknown, I A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

5 lines, 10.5 x 12.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Theano.

Letter from Theano to her brother(?) Dionysius.

P.Princeton II 67; AM 8928 (mounted with II 25)

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936) S.H. Weber, TAPA LVI (1925), xlii.

Provenance unknown, I–II A.D.

Upper margin 0.5 cm., lower margin 3.0 cm., left margin 1.0 cm., right margin 0.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

6 lines, 7.0 x 13.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter dealing with exposure of an infant(?)

P.Princeton III 188; AM 11245 B

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942)

Cited: C. H. Roberts, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III," JEA 29 (1943): 80

Provenance unknown, I/II A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

24 lines, 13.8 x 8.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter. Address on back.

P.Princeton III 189; AM 11230 D (mounted with P.Princeton III 146).

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942)

Provenance unknown, I–II A.D.

Left margin 0.75 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

19 lines, 13.5 x 6.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Herakleides.

Letter from Herakleides to Sarapion

AM 15960 3B 1; Kase Collection: Frame K 8

Published: P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Fragmentary Papyri from the Univeristy of Princeton Papyri Collections," Aegyptus 70 (1–2): 33–41

Provenance unknown, I–II A.D.

Upper margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

6 lines, 7.8 x 7.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Isarous.

Letter from Isarous to Petesouchos.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. IX 28B

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, I–II A.D.

Upper margin 3.5 cm., left margin 3.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

4 lines, 8.3 x 11.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 6 Item 5

 

Letter to Harpocration(?) with greeting to Cyril(?). Full width of text preserved.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. IX 14B

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, I–II A.D.

Lower margin 8.0 cm., left margin 3.0 cm., right margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

3 lines, 10.3 x 11.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 6 Item

 

Gemellus.

Letter from Gemellus. Text is very fragmentary.

AM 4421; P.Fay. 271: Frame 32

Described: Grenfell, Hunt and Hogarth, Fayûm Towns and Their Papyri (1900)

Euhemeria, ca. 100 A.D.

Upper margin 2.0 cm., left margin(?) 2.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

20 lines, 20.0 x 13.0 cm.­

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter from a strategus. Column number(?) in upper margin. Address on back.

AM 4108; P.Oxy. IX 1189: Frame 16

Published: Arthur S. Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri pt. IX (1912)

Oxyrhynchus, ca. 117 A.D.

Upper margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

14 lines, 16.6 x 13.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter concerning termination of guardianship.

P.Princeton III 185; GD 7628

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942)

Provenance unknown, 162 A.D.

Upper margin 2.0 cm., lower margin 7.0 cm., left margin 1.5 cm., right margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

18 lines, 22.0 x 12.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter from [...]sar[...] to his brother. Written with a thick pen in a large hand. Traces of an address on back.

P.Princeton III 190; AM 11245 A

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942)

Cited: C. W. Keyes, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III," AJP 65 (1944): 187; G. Geraci, "Ricerche sul Proskynema"' Aegyptus 51 (1971): 180 n.1

Provenance unknown, II A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

28 lines, 18.5 x 8.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter refering to a financial transaction.

P.Princeton II 68; GD 7622

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936)

Provenance unknown, II(?) A.D.

Left margin 1.5 cm., lower margin 10.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

16 lines, 22.0 x 10.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter from [...]us [...]onius, a strategus of Oxyrhynchus, to a person whose name is illegible, perhaps Severus Alexander. Apparently C. Julius Longus is referred to as prefect, and no Hathyr of a 6th year of a sole reign is available for a new prefect between Hadrian and Severus Alexander. The text is almost complete but abraded.

GD 7685 (1926, H. I. Bell, no. III 69)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Oxyrhynchus, II(?) A.D.

Upper margin 4.5 cm., lower margin 12.0 cm., left margin 2.5 cm., right margin 0.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

16 lines, 21.1 x 35.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter to Horion reminding him of a birthday.

P.Princeton III 165; AM 11234 A recto

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942)

Cited: H. I. Bell, "The Princeton Papyri," CR 57 (1943): 82; C. H. Roberts, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III," JEA 29 (1943): 80; H. C. Youtie, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III," CP 39 (1944): 123

Provenance unknown, II A.D.

Upper margin 2.0 cm., lower margin 5.0 cm., left margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

13 lines, 16.5 x 7.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter(?). Papyrus is very tattered and frayed.

GD 7723 (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 179)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II A.D.

Lower margin 2.5 cm., right margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

11 lines, 13.9 x 10.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter. Conclusion

P.Princeton II 69; AM 8932 recto (mounted with P.Princeton II 26).

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections vol II (1936)

Philadelphia, II A.D.

Upper margin 2.0 cm., space beneath (ii) 8.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 11 lines (ii) 7 lines, 16.0 x 16.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Chaeremon.

Letter from Chaeremon to his brother Sarapammon.

P.Princeton III 164; AM 11226 B verso (mounted with P.Princeton III 142).

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942)

Cited: H. I. Bell, "The Princeton Papyri," CR 57 (1943): 82; C. H. Roberts, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III," JEA 29 (1943): 80; C. W. Keyes, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III," AJP 65 (1944): 187; H. C. Youtie, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III," CP 39 (1944): 122; P.Freib. 4: 50 n.9

Provenance unknown, II A.D.

Upper margin 1.0 cm., lower margin 3.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

10 lines, 10.5 x 6.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Gaius.

Letter from Gaius to Horion.

P. Princeton III 163; GD 7529

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942); P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Corrections on Some Princeton Papyri," ZPE 68 (1987): 146 n.8

Cited: C. W. Keyes, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III," AJP 65 (1944): 187; H. C. Youtie, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III," CP 39 (1944): 122; B. G. Mandilaras, The Verb in the Greek Non–Literary Papyri (1973): 243 §535 (1)

Provenance unknown, II A.D.

Upper margin 1.0 cm., left margin 1.5 cm., right margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

10 lines, 8.0 x 13.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Chaireas.

Letter from Chaireas to Kephalôn

AM 13395; 24A

Published: A. E. Hanson and P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Three Papyri from the Princeton University Collection," ZPE 103 (1994): 46–47, pl.2.

Provenance unknown, II A.D.

Upper margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

10 lines, 8.0 x 7.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 9 Item 7

 

Letter(?).

AM 11225 B

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II–III A.D.

Upper margin 1.4 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

16 lines, 12.0 x 4.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter from Eumelus to Ammonius. Text slopes sharply to the right.

P.Princeton II 70; GD 7689

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936); H. C. Youtie, "Linguistic Notes on Papyrus Texts" EOS 48.1 (1956): 375–378

Cited: B. G. Mandilaras, The Verb in the Greek Non–Literary Papyri (1973): 116–7 §250 (1)

Provenance unknown, II–III A.D.

Upper margin 1–1.5 cm., left margin 1.0 cm., lower margin ca. 3.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

14 lines, 19.0 x 13.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Besas.

Letter from Besas to Eidos. Written on the verso. The address was written across the text on the recto.

P. Princeton III 166; AM 11225 A

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942); P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Corrections on Some Princeton Papyri," ZPE 68 (1987): 143–148.

Provenance unknown, II/III A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

11 lines, 12.5 x 10.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Hôreis

Letter from Hôreis to his mother Dêmêtrous. Address on back.

AM 15960 C; Kase Collection: Frame K 3

Published: A. E. Hanson and P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Three Papyri from the Princeton University Collection," ZPE 103 (1994): 41–46, plate 2.

Oxyrhynchus, mid II–III A.D.

Upper margin 2.0 cm., lower margin 7.0 cm., left margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

18 lines, 23.8 x 9.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Satornilus.

Letter from Satornilus. Address on back.

AM 4104; P.Oxy. VII 1068: Frame 13

Published: Grenfell and Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri VII (1911)

Oxyrhynchus, III A.D.

Upper margin 1.75 cm., lower margin 6.0 cm., left margin 0.5–1 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

29 lines, 24.1 x 9.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter. Refers to a dispute concerning the payment of 5,500 drachmas.

P.Princeton II 71 recto; AM 8950

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936)

Cited: K.F.W. Schmidt, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II," Philologische Wochenschrift 58 (1934): 458–9; B. Olsson, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II," Deutsche Literaturzeitung 58 (1937): 1619; B. G. Mandilaras, The Verb in the Greek Non–Literary Papyri (1973): 279–80 §636.

Provenance unknown, III A.D.

Upper margin 1.2 cm., left margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

20 lines + 2 lines in margin, 16.0 x 13.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter from Aphunchis to Augarus.

P.Princeton II 73; GD 7686 = CPJ III 469

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936)

Cited: M. T. Cavassini, "Lettere cristiane nei papiri greci d'egitto" Aegyptus 34 (1954): 267; L. Koenen, "Corpus papyrorum Judaicarum, 2,3 ," Gnomon 40 (1968): 257; B. G. Mandilaras, The Verb in the Greek Non–Literary Papyri (1973): 80 §122, 335 §820.

Provenance unknown, III A.D.

Upper margin 2.0 cm., lower margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

18 lines, 16.5 x 12.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Aurelia Helene.

Letter from Aurelia Helene to her brother Aurelius. On the verso faint traces of a washed out text.

P.Princeton III 167; AM 11238 C = SB XVIII 14052

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III; P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Corrections on Some Princeton Papyri," ZPE 68 (1987): 143–148.

Provenance unknown, III A.D.

Lower margin ca. 3.0 cm., left margin 0.75 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

18 lines, 8.5 x 8.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter.

P.Princeton II 72; AM 8949 (mounted with P.Princeton II 27)

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936)

Cited: K.F.W. Schmidt, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II," Philologische Wochenschrift 58 (1934): 459; K. A. Worp, "Marginalia on Published Documents," ZPE 78 (1989): 134–135.

Provenance unknown, III A.D.

Upper margin 1.0 cm., left margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

11.0 x 8.0 cm.

13 lines + 2 lines in left margin

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter(?) contains name Piuris.

AM 11225 C

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III(?) A.D.

Upper margin 1.5 cm.

13 lines, 9.9 x 5.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter.

GD 7691 B (mounted with P.Princeton II 100).

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

12 lines, 15.5 x 9.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter mentioning the catholicus.

GD 7709 (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 92)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III A.D.

Lower margin 1.7 cm., left margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

10 lines, 11.4 x 7.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter. Palimpsest(?). The letter is the secondary text.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. II 218 J

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III(?) A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

7 lines, 8.2 x 8.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 118, Box 60

 

Letter using the phrase ἀγαπη[τὸς ἀδελφός(?)]

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. II 218 I

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III–IV A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

17 lines, 23.4 x 2.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 118, Box 60

 

Letter.

GD 7718 C (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 154)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III–IV A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

7 lines, 8.7 x 4.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter written to a brother.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. , IX 54 A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III–IV(?) A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

7 lines, 4.0 x 9.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 118, Box 61

 

Letter(?).

GD 7706 H (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 70)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III–IV A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

6 lines, 5.4 x 3.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Nestor.

Letter from Nestor to his wife.

P.Princeton III 168; AM 11228 B = SB XVIII 14035 (mounted with P. Princeton III 141).

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942); P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Corrections on Some Princeton Papyri," ZPE 68 (1987): 143–148.

Cited: B. G. Mandilaras, The Verb in the Greek Non–Literary Papyri (1973): 73 §87

Provenance unknown, III/IV A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

5 lines, 5.5 x 10.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter. On the verso an address.

P.Princeton II 74; GD 7670 B

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936)

Provenance unknown, ca. 300 A.D.

Upper margin 1.5 cm., left margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

12 lines, 11.0 x 7.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter concerning agricultural accounts. On the recto traces of an account. Text written Ψ.

P.Princeton II 97 verso; GD 7619

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936)

Cited: P. J. Sijpesteijn, "DEKANIA–LISTE," Aegyptus 52 (1972): 126.

Provenance unknown, 326/327 A.D.

Left margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

30 lines, 23.5 x 9.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter concerning arrears of taxation.

P.Princeton III 183 recto; AM 8959

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III, (1942)

Cited: R. S. Bagnall, Currency and Inflation in Fourth Century Egypt (1985): 64 n.6; R. Delmaire, CRIPEL 10 (1988): 132; P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Short Remarks on Papyri IV," Aegyptus 68 (1988): 78.

Provenance unknown, 345 A.D.

Upper margin 2.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 21 lines (b) 22 lines, (a) 26.0 x 14.0 cm. (b) 21.5 x 3.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter.

P.Princeton II 98; GD 7647

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936)

Cited: B. Olsson, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II," Deutsche Literaturzeitung 58 (1937): 1619; B. G. Mandilaras, The Verb in the Greek Non–Literary Papyri (1973): 150 §317 (6), 337 §829.

Provenance unknown, IV A.D.

Upper margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

26 lines, 24.5 x 6.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter.

GD 7728 C (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 222)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, IV(?) A.D.

Lower margin 2.2 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

21 lines, 14.6 x 3.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter.

P.Princeton II 100; GD 7691 A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936)

Cited: B. G. Mandilaras, The Verb in the Greek Non–Literary Papyri (1973): 116 §249, 113 §239, 122§ 266 (6).

Oxyrhynchus, IV A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

13 lines, 11.5 x 11.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter from Ptolemaios, an irenarch, to the comarchs of Philadelphia.

P.Princeton II 99; GD 7646

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936)

Philadelphia, IV A.D.

Left margin 1.3 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

7 lines, 8.5 x 26 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter(?). Fragment.

GD 7708 F recto (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 80)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, IV(?) A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

5 lines, 3.6 x 1.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. II 217C

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Roman period

Papyrus

Greek

12 lines, 12.5 x 2.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 18 Item 2

 

Letter with the address on back. Full height of text is preserved.

GD 7634 (1924, H. I. Bell, no. X 37)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, V A.D.

Upper margin 2.3 cm., lower margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

9 lines, 21.0 x 26.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter.

P.Princeton III 191; GD 7886 B (mounted with P. Princeton III 182).

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942);

P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Corrections on Some Princeton Papyri," ZPE 68 (1987); 143–148.

Provenance unknown, V(?) A.D.

Left margin ca. 2.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

9 lines, 12.0 x 18.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter.

P.Princeton III 169; GD 7526

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942)

Cited: H. I. Bell, "The Princeton Papyri," CR 57 (1943): 82; C. H. Roberts, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III," JEA 29 (1943): 80; H. C. Youtie, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III," CP 39 (1944): 123

Provenance unknown, V A.D.

Upper margin 1.5 cm., left margin 4.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

6 lines, 16.0 x 20.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter requesting money for surety. Text written Ψ.

P.Princeton II 103; GD 7637 = CPJ III 499

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936)

Cited: B. G. Mandilaras, The Verb in the Greek Non–Literary Papyri (1973): 342–3 §849 (3), 292 §683 (2), 307 §731, 317 §760

Provenance unknown, V A.D.

Upper margin 1.0 cm., lower margin 2.0 cm., left margin 1.5 cm., right margin 0.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

5 lines, 10.0 x 30.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter. Text written Ψ. Address on back.

GD 7629 (1924, H. I. Bell, no. III 53)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, V A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

5 lines, 5.2 cm.x 23.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter. Two related fragments. On back traces of an address.

GD 7702 A, B (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 54)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, V–VI AD

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 11 lines (b) 5 lines, (a) 11.2 x 14.2 cm. (b) 4.7 x 4.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Eudaemon.

Letter from Eudaemon. Traces of an address on back.

AM 4120; P.Oxy. VIII 1107: Frame 18

Published: Arthur S. Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri VIII (1911)

Oxyrhynchus, V–VI A.D.

Upper margin 1.0 cm., lower margin 1.0 cm., left margin 1.0 cm., right margin 1.3 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

5 lines, 6.4 x 31.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Unknown.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. XIVa 4A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

19 lines, 17 x 7.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 2 Item 4

 

Letter(?) with both sides of document written ς.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell no. XIVa 4 C verso

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, V–VI A.D.

Lower margin 5.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

4 lines, 7.6 x 12.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 2 Item 6

 

Letter(?). Lines 3, 4 are faint and in a second hand. Both sides of document written ς.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. XIVa 4 C recto

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, V–VI A.D.

Lower margin 2.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

4 lines, 7.6 x 12.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 2 Item 6

 

Letter.

P.Princeton III 170; GD 7688

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942)

Cited: C. H. Roberts, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III," JEA 29 (1943): 80; B. G. Mandilaras, The Verb in the Greek Non–Literary Papyri (1973): 333–4 §814

Provenance unknown, VI A.D.

Lower margin 1.0 cm., left margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

10 lines, 12.5 x 16.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter(?). Text written Ψ. Traces of an address on back. Kollesis 6.0 cm. from lower edge.

GD 7644 B (1924, H. I. Bell, no. XIV c 45)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, VI(?) A.D.

Upper margin 3.5 cm., lower margin 8.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

6 lines mostly rubbed or damaged, 23.3 x 19.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter concerning the purchase of wine. Address on back.

P.Princeton II 106; GD 7653

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936)

Cited: L. Casson, "Wine measures and Prices in Byzantine Egypt," TAPA 70 (1939): 8 n.9; B. G. Mandilaras, The Verb in the Greek Non–Literary Papyri (1973): 125 §272

Provenance unknown, VI A.D.

Upper margin 1.0 cm., lower margin 2.0 cm., left margin 1.5 cm., right margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

6 lines, 10.0 x 29.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter(?).

GD 7715 (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 136)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, VI A.D.

Right margin 8.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

6 lines, 10.2 x 24.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter. Conclusion. Address on back.

AM 11247 B

Published in P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Some Byzantine Papyri from Princeton," JJP 20 (1990): 134–135.

Provenance unknown, VI A.D.

Margins minimal.

Papyrus

Greek

8 lines, 8.0 x 11.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter.

GD 7618 (1924, H. I. Bell, no. II 97)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, late VI A.D.

Upper margin 4.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

8 lines, 21.0 x 21.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter.

AM 15960 H recto; Kase Collection: Frame K 5

Published: P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Fragmentary Papyri from the University of Princeton Collection," Aegyptus 70 (1–2) (1989): 33–41.

Provenance unknown, VI/VII A.D.

Upper margin 1.0 cm., lower margin 2.3 cm., left margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

14 lines, 19.5 x 30.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Letter. Mentions the property of Makarios. In four fragments. Address on back.

GD 7664 (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 168)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, VII A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 4 lines (b) 1 line (c) 5 lines (d) 3 lines, (a) 5.2 x 19.2 cm., (b) 1.9 x 7.9 cm., (c) 4.6 x 10.3 cm., (d) 8.0 x 10.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter(?). Bilingual text. Recto, written Ψ, is Coptic with interlinear annotations in Greek. The verso, also written Ψ, is written in Greek, possibly in the same hand as the annotations on the front. The last line on the back, upside–down in relation to the rest of the text, is in Coptic and may relate to the Coptic letter on the front. Horizontal kollesis 8.8 cm. from the top.

AM 13395 1 B

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, VI–VIII A.D.

Upper margin 2.0 cm., lower margin 2.0 cm., left margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek, Coptic

8 lines (l.2, l.8 Greek) recto, 6 lines (ll. 1–5 Greek, l.6 Coptic) verso, 13.7 x 7.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter(?). Containing the rare name Germania.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. XIVc 79 B

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Roman period

Papyrus

Greek

23 lines, 14.9 x 9.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Letter(?). On the verso are traces of a list of expenses, including a roll of papyrus or a book.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. IX 13D

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Byzantine period

Papyrus

Greek

8 lines, 8.5 x 7.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 118, Box 61

 

Letters(?). Two unrelated fragments.

GD 7727 A, B (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 219)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Byzantine period

Lower margin 3.0 cm., left margin 4.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

A) 2 lines B) 6 lines, A) 8.1 x 10.0 cm. B) 12.3 x 11.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter(?). Part of an address on back.

AM 11224 M

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Byzantine period

Papyrus

Greek

6 lines, 8.7 x 5.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter(?). On back an address(?) and pattern, probably related to the sealing of the letter.

AM 11224 H

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Byzantine period

Upper margin(?) 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

5 lines, 8.4 x 10.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter.

AM 15960 3B 3; Kase Collection: Frame K 8

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Byzantine period

Papyrus

Greek

5 lines, 7.5 x 11.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

Letter.

GD 7889 B (mounted with P.Princeton II 86).

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

17 lines, 13.3 x 8.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter(?).

AM 14601–603 D

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Upper margin 1.3 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

16 lines, 16.0 x 3.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter(?).

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. XVIII 78C

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Right margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

14 lines, 9.8 x 7.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 11 Item 5

 

Letter(?). On the verso traces of an address.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. IX 53A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

12 lines, 9.4 x 14.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 118, Box 61

 

Letter(?).

GD 7700 B (1924, H. I. Bell, no. II 210)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Upper margin 1.0 cm., left margin 0.8 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

11 lines, 12.7 x 5.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter written in a tiny, cramped script.

AM 11227 D (mounted with P.Princeton III 110).

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

10 lines, 3.7 x 7.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter.

GD 7682 A (mounted with P.Princeton II 88).

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Right margin 0.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

9 lines, 8.4 x 5.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)1

 

Letter(?).

GD 7705 C (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 65)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

8 lines, 5.4 x 3.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

Letter(?).

GD 7726 D (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 214)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

6 lines, 9.5 x 6.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

List of articles for a sacrifice.

AM 4112; P.Oxy. IX 1211: Frame 24

Published: Arthur S. Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri IX (1915)

Oxyrhynchus, II A.D.

Upper margin 0.5 cm., lower margin 1.75 cm., left margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

11 lines, 8.9 x 6.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

List of commodities, including papyrus, castor oil, grain, transport expenses, general expenses.

AM 87–58 recto

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II B.C.

Upper margin 2.5 cm., left margin(?) 4.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

23 lines, 22.1 x 15.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

List of DIPDA.

AM 15960 D 2: Kase Collection

Published: P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Fragmentary Papyri from the University of Princeton Collection," Aegyptus 70 (1–2) (1989): 33–41.

Provenance unknown, V–VI A.D.

Left margin 1.5–2 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

12 lines: M1 5 lines, M2 7 lines, 12.0 x 12.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

List of expenses

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. III 81A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, I–II A.D.

Lower margin 1.5 cm., left margin(?) 0.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

10 lines, 7.5 x 6.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 8 Item 3

 

List of expenses or contributions. Persons listed by name and patronymic. Complete, and two entries have been cancelled.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. II 4

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Fayum(?), IV–V A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

14+ lines, 27.9 x 9.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 16 Item 10

 

List of expenses listed by month and date.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. XIVa 1 A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Mermertha(?), 4–5th c. A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

7 lines, 8.5 x 13.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 1 Item 4

 

List of expenses or contributions given. Listed by village and followed by the name of the local agent. Some village names can be read.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. II 156C

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Hermopolite nome (?), V–VI A.D.

Lower margin(?) 3.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

14 lines, 22.9 x 11.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 16 Item 11

 

List of expenditures or account, including entries for birds and castor oil. Above the second column, there is an amount in talents.

AM 87–49 D (a) (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Adam Bülow–Jacobsen, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Ptolemaic period(?)

Upper margin(?) 1.0 cm.

 (i) 13 lines (ii) 18 lines, 16.7 x 15.4 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 20 Item 2

 

List of farms, prepared for a 2nd indiction.

P.Princeton III 158; GD 7926 A (mounted with P. Princeton III 127).

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942)

Oxyrhynchus, VI A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

15 lines, 14.8 x 8.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

List of land. Text written Ψ. Published under AM 15960 A (1) (or AM 15960A(1))

AM 15960 3A 1; Kase Collection: Frame K 7

Published: P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Fragmentary Papyri from the University of Princeton Collection," Aegyptus 70 (1–2) (1989): 33–41.

Arsinoite nome, early IV A.D.

Upper margin 1.0 cm., left margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

9 lines, 8.5 x 10.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

List of land. Traces of a preceding column.

AM 15960 3A 3 verso; Kase Collection: Frame K 7

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

12 lines, 7.0 x 10.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

List of land.

AM 15960 3D 6 recto; Kase Collection: Frame K 10

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

7 lines, 6.9 x 5.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

List of money in golden coins collected through various individuals, including Serenos and Theon. Text appears to be complete. Lines slope sharply to the right.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. IX 14A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, 5–6th c. A.D.

Upper margin 4.5 cm., lower margin 5.0 cm., left margin 0.5 cm., right margin 0.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

7 lines, 15.3 x 8.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 1 Item 5

 

List of names. Text written ς.

P.Princeton II 55; GD 7640 verso (mounted with II 24)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published in Kase, Jr, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936)

Oxyrhynchus, I A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

4 lines, 33.0 x 6.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

List of names. Faint traces of 2 lines on verso.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. XVIII 33A

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, II A.D.

Lower margin 2.5 cm., left margin 1.5 cm., right margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

6 lines, 6.1 x 6.9 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 2 Item 3

 

List of names. On the recto are traces of an account.

P.Princeton II 58; GD 7671 A verso

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II; P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Corrections on Some Princeton Papyri," ZPE 68 (1987): 143–148.

Provenance unknown, II/III A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

11 lines, 16.5 x 9.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

List of names.

P.Princeton II 59; GD 7697 verso

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936)

Provenance unknown, II/III A.D.

Upper margin(?) 0.75 cm., left margin 2.0 cm., lower margin 2.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

9 lines, 11.0 x 9.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

List of names for a liturgy(?)

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. III 17B

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, late II–early III A.D.

Lower margin 4.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

10 lines, 11.0 x 8.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 5 Item 3

 

List of names and payments with check marks against the names. Wooden tablet.

AM 15960 B (T); Kase Collection: Frame K 2

Published: A. E. Hanson, "List of names and payments," Papyrologica Florentina XVIII (1989­): 177–178.

Provenance unknown, III A.D.

Upper margin 0.75 cm., lower margin 5.3 cm.

Wooden tablet

Greek

14 lines, 15.7 x 8.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

List of names including Didymus Thomas, Theon, Mouso[nios. Two fragments, each with traces of two columns.

GD 7733 A, B (1926, H. I. Bell, no. III 70)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

(a) (i) 15 lines (ii) traces (b) (i) 17 lines (ii) 15 lines, (a) 10.2 x 10.4 cm. (b) 10.9 x 6.2 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

List of names with checkmarks beside each name. Names include Apollos Ammonios, Theon. To the right are traces of checkmarks for a second column.

Garrett Deposit 1928, H. I. Bell, no. I 36

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III A.D.

Left margin(?) 3.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

12 lines, 10.8 x 10.8 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

List of names.

P.Princeton II 63; GD 7890 B

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936)

Cited: K.F.W. Schmidt, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II," Philologische Wochenschrift 58 (1934): 458; B. Olsson, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II," Deutsche Literaturzeitung 58 (1937): 1619

Oxyrhynchus, III/IV A.D.

Left margin ca. 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

10 lines, 14.0 x 10.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

List of names including Pieous, Sarapion, Dionysa[, Ouremos. Parts of two columns written in red–brown ink. One word written in black ink and crossed out.

GD 7706 D (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 70)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III–IV A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

(i) 7 lines (ii) 11 lines, 10.2 x 4.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

List of names. Two fragments.

P.Princeton III 157; GD 7929 B and GD 7935 C

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Published: Johnson and Goodrich, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections III (1942)

Provenance unknown, IV A.D.

Upper margin 2.0 cm., lower margin 3.0 cm., left margin 1.5 cm., right margin 2.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

(a) 3 lines (b) 5 lines, (a) 5.5 x 9.0 cm. (b) 9.0 x 9.0 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

List of names including Biktôr, Kollouthos.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. II 218 B

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, V–VI A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

Lower margin 5.5 cm., left margin 1.5 cm.

9 lines, 15.9 x 6.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 7 Item 2

 

List of names. The same names are repeated several times. On the verso, faint traces of 7 lines of text, possibly in the same hand. A kollesis 2.0 cm. from left.

GD 7730 A recto (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 232)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Byzantine period

Papyrus

Greek

12 lines, 13.4 x 7.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

List of names including Markos, Kollouthos, Phaustoseos, Thanoup.

AM 13395 15A

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

11 lines, 14.2 x 6.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 11 Item 8

 

List of names.

AM 13395; Askren Collection Folder 15

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Byzantine period (?)

Left margin 1.5 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

14.0 x 7.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1-2

10 lines

 

 

List of names(?). Includes the name Thoes. Text is possibly complete.

AM 11238 A

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Byzantine period

Upper margin 3.0 cm., lower margin 3.0 cm., left margin 1.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

6 lines, 11.5 x 4.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

List of names with check marks beside each name.

AM 15960 3D 6 verso; Kase Collection: Frame K 10

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

9 lines + 2 lines possibly from a previous column, 6.9 x 5.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (cabinets)

 

List of names

AM 87–49 E (c) (removed from mummy cartonnage opened by Adam Bülow–Jacobsen, July 1982)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

3 lines, 4.5 x 7.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 14 Item 5

 

Unidentified document.

AM 87–49 E (d)

Unpublished.

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

3 lines, 4.6 x 6.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 14 Item 5

 

Unidentified document fragment.

AM 87–49 E (a,b)

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 14 Item 6

 

List of objects

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. IX 19 B verso

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III A.D.

Papyrus

Greek

14 lines, 7.9 x 6.1 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 4 Item 5

 

List of payments of wheat. Recto written Ψ, verso ς.

AM 11236 A

Published: P. J. Sijpesteijn, "Some Byzantine Papyri from Princeton," JJP 20 (1990): 129–138.

Provenance unknown, VI A.D.

Upper margin 0.8 cm., left margin 0.7–1.5 cm., right margin 2–3 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

16 lines recto, 5 lines verso, 15.0 x 13.5 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

List of payments with check marks against names.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. II 217D

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Byzantine period

Papyrus

Greek

12 lines, 11.0 x 3.7 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 18 Item 2

 

List of payments. The name Heron appears twice. Two fragments.

GD 7729 B verso (1926, H. I. Bell, no. II 225)

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, Date unknown

Papyrus

Greek

 (a) 6 lines (b) 7 lines, (a) 5.3 x 2.3 cm. (b) 7.1 x 2.6 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle Wall 1–2 (papyri cabinets)

 

List of property including names Hermogenes and Diophantos.

Garrett Deposit 1924, H. I. Bell, no. III 17 A recto

Gift of Robert Garrett, Class of 1897

Unpublished

Provenance unknown, III A.D.

Lower margin 4.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek

10 lines, 18.6 x 10.3 cm.

Location: C0401, HSV, Middle 117–118, Box 18 Item 3

 

List of stolen property.

P.Princeton II 95; AM 8956

Published: E. H. Kase, Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II (1936)

Cited: K.F.W. Schmidt, "Papyri in the Princeton University Collections II," Philologische Wochenschrift 58 (1934): 495; D. J. Georgacas, "Greek Terms for 'Flax', 'Linen' and their Derivatives: the Problem of Native Egyptian Phonological Influence on the Greek of Egypt," Dumbarton Oaks Papers 13 (Washington, D.C.: The Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, 1959): 253–269; J. Diethart, Die Sprache 34 (1988–1990): 190–191.

Provenance unknown, IV(?) A.D.

Upper margin 2.0 cm., left margin 2.0 cm., lower margin 6.0 cm.

Papyrus

Greek