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Öffentliche Archive und römische Rechtspolitik

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Public archives where private legal documents for Evident attitude could be deposited, there is evidence in Egypt already under the Ptolemies; so is the obligation of the Contracting partners. The most important institutions of its kind were of course in Alexandria. Satabus must have evidently feared that his house was thus equal to the acquisition as a whole into question. Moreover, it seeks to defend itself with precise information on the content and circumstances of the conclusion of the contract, by naming dates, Property for sale, sellers, notaries, place of establishment and witnesses in a letter to the idios logos. Synallagmatographen in imperial times an apparently rapid; although time is not distinctly delineated reaching change was defeated. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Egypt; Alexandria

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