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21. 1 . dVo- dyovaa. ) (First hand) T o Protarchos in charge of the court. (Second hand) F r o m Marcus Aemilius son of Marcus of t h e Claudian tribe a n d from Theodote daughter of Dositheos, a Persian, acting w i t h her guardian and guarantor of t h e terms of this agreement, her husband, Sophron t h e son of . . archos, a Persian of t h e Epigone. W i t h regard t o this matter, Theodote agrees t h a t she will for 18 m o n t h s from P h a m e n o t h of t h e present 17th year of Caesar (Augustus) bring u p and suckle in her o w n house in the c i t y w i t h her i8 SECTION V I I : NO.
T h e secretary of t h e Council . . at appointed time . . t h e laws . ' 1. fi Kp. Probably numbers of r6p,os (40) and KoXXrjfia (22) as registered in some public archive where the original document was preserved. See Musurillo, 88 sqq. 2. L is rhetorical. Y e t it cannot serve as evidence for the literary character of the document, since the composition of a letter to the Emperor might easily be entrusted to an experienced rhetor. In 1 . [ev]. According to Turner, the Greek of our papyrus 'THE JEWISH QUESTION' IN A L E X A N D R I A 29 presupposes a Latin original.
On the name Sambathion cf. Vol. I , pp. 94-96. 7. ), a p x r j y , however, seems to be unexplainable while ^ p x TOV Ilapdficovos Apxiarparelov t < T T P a T e '' o u is w e U attested, cf. P S I 1223. 7 - 9 : ixerd TOV Kal AXdautos, Kvplov rov narpos Eloltovos see also P S I 777. 4; P . Flor. 382. 2 8 ; S B 5676; Mitteis, Chr. 189. 4—all of them referring to the above phyle and d e m o s . Thus, Hermogenes was either a J e w who had full Alexandrian citizenship, or an Alexandrian Greek, married to a Jewess (on mixed marriages see above, Introduction p.