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Grain Accounts From Gebelein In Nijmegen

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Klaas Worp has always shown a special concern for papyrology and papyrological materials in the Netherlands. This chapter presents the publication of this wooden tablet, which is kept in the University Library (UB) of the Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen. The texts are written in Demotic, and date to the months Phaophi and Hathyr of Year 16 of an unnamed king. A Petearsemtheus son of Pakoibis is known from several Greek contracts from Pathyris, where he is described as priest of Souchos and Aphrodite. A Petearsemtheus son of Pakoibis was also a temple notary on several Demotic contracts from Pathyris, writing 'in the name of the priests of Hathor Lady of Entaiye of the 5 phyles'.

Keywords: Klaas Worp; Netherlands; Nijmegen; Pakoibis; papyrological materials; wooden tablet



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