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A Bilingual Report Of Proceedings With The First Consular Dating To 433 C.E. In The Papyri

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This chapter offers a description of the papyrus, the text, a translation and a commentary. It demonstrates that, although this text is fragmentary, it has several interesting features -other than it being the first papyrus with a consular dating to 433 and another bilingual report of proceedings - that merit attention. The chapter provides enough answers regarding this text to show its importance. As the most interesting features the author have singled out the consular dating to the year 433, which is the first such preserved in the papyri from Egypt, and the very fact that this is another bilingual report of proceedings dating to Late Antiquity.

Keywords: bilingual report; Egypt; papyrus



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