"Noch einmal zu P. Ibscher VII", H. Vocke, "Sav. Z.", LXIX, 1952 : [recenzja]

The Journal of Juristic Papyrology, Apr 2018

Rafał Taubenschlag, Harald Vocke (aut. dzieła rec.)

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"Noch einmal zu P. Ibscher VII", H. Vocke, "Sav. Z.", LXIX, 1952 : [recenzja]

- JOURNAL OF PAPYROLOGY In this article the author raises objection to S e i d 1 ' s interpretation of P. Ibscher in J.J.P. I V , (1950), 159 — 1 6 4 . He is also against M a n t e u f f e l ' s reading upon which S e i d 1 rests his interpretation. J. F. G i l l i a m , The Ostracon from Möns Claudianus (Chronique d'Egypte, nr. 55 (1953), 144 — 146). G i l l i a m gives a new interpretation of the ostracon from Möns Claudianus published by C l a i r e P r é a u x in Chronique d'Egypte, nr 53, (1951), p. 354 — 363 (cf. Journal of Jur. Pap. YI, 311). The author thinks that Ptolemais mentioned in the ostracon was a civilian who worked in the military quarters at Möns Claudianus and received cibaria and other allowances at monthly intervals. The cibariator, one may suppose, issued rations and advances in lieu thereof and accepted receipts. But Caesarianus was either Ptolemais' employer, or his deputy and was fully authorized to advance pay to his workmen. The promise to repay Gaion is perfectly intelligible in the more personal and variable employerworker relationship, but it would be out of place in army records and book keeping. S. R i c c o b o n o jr., Humanitas (estr. da "II circolo giuridico", 1950). In this study the author discusses the meaning of humanitas and makes suggestion that the imperial chancellary and the cognitio of the provincial functionaries show clearly the reception of the word humanus and humanitas. In this matter the author refers to a mention made by S e i d 1 concerning Pap. Oxy. X V I I I 2177. W i l h e l m E n s s l i n , Zu Papyrus Oxyrynclms I Recto (Aegyptus X X X I I , I, 163). Pap. Oxy. I Recto, as it is known, is an official document which contains an account of the delivery of fodder to different détachements of the army. A selection of the receipts of the underoffieers in charge of this duty is added in form of copies. The author gives in this article a very interesting analysis of these receipts. J. S c h e i t e r n a, (Leiden, 1950). Florilegium

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Rafał Taubenschlag, Harald Vocke (aut. dzieła rec.). "Noch einmal zu P. Ibscher VII", H. Vocke, "Sav. Z.", LXIX, 1952 : [recenzja], The Journal of Juristic Papyrology, 360-361,