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Un reçu de rations militaires contre paiement des publica

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Today Abu Qurayya, better known by historians as the Iovis conferred by Antonin itinerary. The function name appears in the curator praesidii prescribed, but it is in the genitive. The receipt was established for the benefit of the curator, whose name was perhaps Psenosiris, if this is not the name of registrant. This vernacular anthro-eponymous for military may surprise under Antoninus, but this is not without onomastique example. The population within the defences of the desert has a very different profile from that of imperial metalla located north of the road Myos Hormos. If the soldiers received their pay every four months, their regulatory rations were necessarily provided more frequently. The distribution of rations to soldiers regulatory praesidia in the Eastern Desert has not generated similar ostraka files to receipts issued by employees of the familia Caesar. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: Abu Qurayya; Myos Hormos



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