"Vermischte Texte", E. J. Knudtzon, "Aus der Papyrussammlung der Universitätsbibliothek in Lund", 6, 1952 : [recenzja]

The Journal of Juristic Papyrology, Apr 2018

Rafał Taubenschlag, Erik J. Knudtzon (aut. dzieła rec.)

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"Vermischte Texte", E. J. Knudtzon, "Aus der Papyrussammlung der Universitätsbibliothek in Lund", 6, 1952 : [recenzja]

- JOURNAL OF JURISTIC PAPYROLOGY PAPYRI FROM THE ROMAN AND BYZANTINE PERIOD The edition contains 11 papyri. No. 1 (II cent. A.D.) is probably a notification of ιεροσυλία to the police (cf. my Law2 47729). No. 2 (II cent. A.D.) is an order for arrest (cf. Law2 5422e). No. 3 (170 A.D.) is an ομολογία where the parties agree to draw up (v. 11—12) δια δημοσίου τήν καθήκουσαν τοϋ γάμου συγγραφήν and establish its contents (cf. Law2 11440). No. 4 (182—5 A.D.) is a receipt for payment the rent in installments. No. 5 (187—191 A.D.) — a sheet containing receipts. No. 6 (190-—1 A.D.) is a fragment of a copy of a testament (cf. Law2 191g) ; there are dispositions concerning obligations of the heir (v. 10 ff.) ποιήσωνται τήν του σώματος μου [κηδεία]ν και περιστολ[ήν] cf. Law2 19212; a final clause is added not to object in any way to the provisions of the testament (cf. Law2 192). No. 7 (198 A.D.) is a receipt in the form of χειρόγραφον of rent. No. 8—9. ( I l l cent. A.D.) are two χειρόγραφα issued by πράκτορες σιτικών. No. 10 (400 A.D.) is a sale on delivery (cf. Law2 1374). The forty papyri which are published in this article were recovered in the excavation carried by the University of Michigan at Karanis between 1924 and 1934. Nearly alle are concerned with the details of administration and taxation. No. 1 (162 A.D.). The text is a receipt issued by the έπιτηρηταί γενηματογραφουμένων υπαρχόντων διοικήσεως (cf. my Law2 690—1) — overseers of property which was under a lien for non-payment of taxes, for contractual debts to the government or for default of liturgical obligations. Although the owner retained title to the property, he could not have the disposition of the income until the obligation had not been met (cf. my art. JJP I V [1950] 77 ff.). The owner in the present instance is G-aius Julius Saturnilus. On the personality of Gaius Julius Saturnilus see the remarks p. 4 ff. No. 2 (143 A.D.) is a receipt for dyke tax; on the nature and incidence of dyke tax see A m u n d s e n , O. Osl. p. 22 ff.; W a l l a c e , Taxation 140 ff.; P r é a u x , O. Wilbour 43 ff. No. 3 (247 A.D.) is a receipt for annona. No. 4 (165 A.D.) is a receipt for φόρος έδα


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Rafał Taubenschlag, Erik J. Knudtzon (aut. dzieła rec.). "Vermischte Texte", E. J. Knudtzon, "Aus der Papyrussammlung der Universitätsbibliothek in Lund", 6, 1952 : [recenzja], The Journal of Juristic Papyrology, 562,