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And Tryphon . . ; Julius . . ; Etiopius . . ; Pacebius . . 8. Reading according to P. Oxy. v, p. 3 1 5 . This reading should be regarded as right, since 1 artaba per man per month is the normal ration (cf. Preaux, Chr. d'Eg. xxvi, 1951, T33). The horizontal stroke above v in the papyrus suggests a numeral. However irpalrcov is difficult to understand. 14. A d cognlega is resolved by Wilcken ad cogn(oscendum) lega(tur), by de Ricci ad cogn(itionem) lega(ti), see P. Oxy. v, p. 3 1 5 . 1 5 .
O. Bodl. 1437 (Tait-Preaux). d. 158. Mi(Tpr)pa) dr)a(avpov) pr](rpoTr6XeoJs) yeyrj(paTos) \ Ka (erovs) Avrtoylyov Kalaapos | rod Kvpiov TIav(vi) rj | V7r(ep) N6(rov) ovo(paTOs) IJoXXias I 5 j Maplas (rrvpov dprd^rjs) 8co8e\Karo(v) (yivovrai) (rrvpov dprdfirjs) (ScoheKarov). IJapbOj(vdr)s) aear)(pelojpat). ) Payment to the granary of the metropolis, crop of the 21st year of Antoninus Caesar the lord, on Payni 8, for the South quarter, account of Pollia Maria: one twelfth of an artaba of wheat, total ^ of an artaba of wheat.
4 0 ; L u k e 8 . 2 , 2 4 . 1 0 ; John 1 1 . 1 , 1 9 . 2 5 ; CI J 1 2 8 4 , 1 5 3 5 . The Latin nomen precedes the Jewish name in accordance with the common usage in Roman Egypt; cf. , KXtoSla A&vpvq (O. , 1 5 9 3 ) . Hunt's proposal in the marginalia of his private copy of Meyer's Griechische Texte to take Maria there (our No. 4 6 2 a ) as a Roman name does not seem very plausible, because in that case we should assume that the woman was called by two Roman nomina gentilicia (Pollia and Maria), a thing which, though perhaps possible in Egypt, is hardly common.
Corpus Papyrorum Judaicarum, Volume 3: Late Roman & Byzantine Period by Victor A. Tcherikover; Alexander Fuks; Menahem Stern; David M. Lewis