"Ordre de paiement d'époque arabe pour l'impôt de capitation", Roger Rémondon, "Aegyptus", XXXII, nr 2 : [recenzja]

The Journal of Juristic Papyrology, Apr 2018

Rafał Taubenschlag, Roger Rémondon (aut. dzieła rec.)

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"Ordre de paiement d'époque arabe pour l'impôt de capitation", Roger Rémondon, "Aegyptus", XXXII, nr 2 : [recenzja]

- JOURNAL OF PAPYROLOGY W . T i l l , Die koptischen Eheverträge (Festschrift Josef Brick, 1948). The author gives the translation of four new Coptic marriagecontracts and of one betrothal-document. The form of marriagecontracts is Byzantine and the contents are "ecclesiastical"; secular provisions are also included. R o g e r R é m o n d o n , Ordre de paiement d'époque arabe pour Îimpôt de capitation (Aegyptus X X X I I , nr 2, p. 257 — 265). The published papyrus P. Fouad No. 131 is a payment-order (εντάγιον) for the diagraphon, adressed by Muhammad Ibu Abu-1Quasim to someone named Damianos. The papyrus is edited with a most brilliant commentary. L i o n e l С a s s ο η, The Administration of Byzantine and Early Arab Palestine (Aegyptus X X X I I fasc. 1 [1952] p. 54 — 60). The author considers first what light the Colt documents throw on the civil administration of Palestine during the Byzantine period. An important clue is provided by the official title of Nessana, namely κώμη ορίου πόλεως Έλούσης. Since Eluse is at least twenty miles distant from Nessana, this indicates that the province of Palestina Tertia was divided into sizeable municipalities, each of which embraced a number of villages surrounding a metropolis. In addition to being a metropolis Eluse may have been throughout, the whole of the Byzantine period the capital of the province. Then the author turns to the military administration during the Byzantine period. This is especially illuminated by a fragmentary but very important account of the sixth century. The document is divided into two parts. The beginning of the first along with the heading has been lost. The second is complete save for the heading of which only one word (έπιχλασμός) is legible. The author gives a translation and rearrangement in columnar form of the entries. The account reflects not the civil but the military organisation of the area. In some inscriptions from Beersheba we have unquestioned evidence of levies made upon the soldiers of southern Palestine. These records list tax amounts assessed upon local garrisons for the support of the higher military officials. The author supposes that the second section of one account records also some sort of "extraordinary levy" on a garrison, perhaps, as in the Beersheba inscription, for the support of the officers.

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Rafał Taubenschlag, Roger Rémondon (aut. dzieła rec.). "Ordre de paiement d'époque arabe pour l'impôt de capitation", Roger Rémondon, "Aegyptus", XXXII, nr 2 : [recenzja], The Journal of Juristic Papyrology, 412,