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Last Updated on 04 Jan 2019

Author: Matt Gibbs & Philip F. Venticinque

CAPInv. 1278: U-EGY-032


i. Geographical area Egypt
ii. Nome Arsinoites (00)
iii. Site Tebtynis


i. Association with unknown name U-EGY-032


i. Date(s) i AD


i. Source(s) P.Mich. V 248 (early? I AD)
Online Resources P.Mich. V 248 = TM 25174
i.a. Source type(s) Papyrological source(s)
i.b. Document(s) typology & language/script Membership List in Greek
i.c. Physical format(s) Papyrus (20cm x 28.5cm)


i. Number 9
ii. Gender Men
Note The recorded names are male names.
iii. Age Adults
Note Range from 29-60
v. Relations Potentially one father and son pair: Sigeris son of Pakebkis and Pakebkis son of Sigeris
vi. Proper names and physical features Eutychos the third, son of Eutychos, 50 years old, scar on left side of his chin (l.1); Pakebkis, son of Sigeris, 56 years old, scar above right cheek (l.1); Diodoros, also known as Papontos, son of Kollouthos, 38 years old, scar on right calf (l.2); Chrates, son of Akousilaos, 60 years old, scars on left and right cheeks (l.2-3); Heraklas, son of Harpaesis, 29 years old, scar on third finger of left hand (l.3-4); Paeus, son of Paeus, 30 years old, scar on center of forehead (l.5); Panesneous, son of Harmiusis, 32 years old, scar on right eyebrow (l.5-6); Chrates, son of Chairemon also known as Onnophris, 40 years old, scar on right side of his forehead (l.6); Sigeris, son of Pakebkis, 33 years old, scar on his left side of his forehead (l.6-7).


i. Comments Membership list with names, ages, identifying marks/scars; probably intended to be appended to an association charter like other examples (CAPInv. 1277). Significant space remains on the papyrus where the charter likely was intended to be copied.

If Panesneous, son of Harmiusis, is to be identified with one of the members of the association of the apolysimoi of P.Mich. V 244 (CAPInv. 1409), on the basis of his age, this text should be dated some two years after P.Mich. V 244, ca AD 45/6.


i. Private association Certain
Note The typology of text and other parallels suggest a private association.