Commit 6058d7a0 authored by Susan Fogarty's avatar Susan Fogarty
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Update warrant.xml

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<ptr target="gramm:gagosSijpesteijn1996"/>
<citedRange>79-80</citedRange>
</bibl>.</p>
<p>Warrants in different formats are found in the Ptolemaic, Roman and Byzantine
<p>Warrants in different formats are found in the Ptolemaic, Roman, and Byzantine
periods; unsurprisingly most preserved examples are from the Arsinoite and
Oxyrhynchite nomes. In the Ptolemaic period they are found in two forms: as a letter
or as an apostil, i.e. <q>a short set of instructions added to the bottom of a
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<term xml:lang="grc">σύ[νταξον] [κατ]αστῆσα[ι]</term>
<q>order (him) to be delivered</q>], no closing farewell, but with the date.</p>
<p>Other apostils are even shorter with a simple [to <hi rend="italic">name</hi>
&lt;dat.&gt;], followed by a brief order,
no farewell, and ending with the date [<ref type="internal" target="8810.xml"
&lt;dat.&gt;], followed by a brief order,
no farewell, and ending with the date [<ref type="internal" target="8810.xml"
>8810</ref> 199 BCE]. Such apostils continue to be written into the Roman
period e.g. [<ref type="external"
target="http://www.papyri.info/ddbdp/sb;20;15182">14956</ref> 30 CE,
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time influence from the [<ref type="descr" target="#gt_businessNote">Business
Note</ref>] led to a change in the opening address with the official in
primary position [from <term xml:lang="grc">παρά</term>
<hi rend="italic">official</hi> &lt;gen.&gt;] [<hi rend="italic">official</hi>
<hi rend="italic">official</hi> &lt;gen.&gt;] [to <hi rend="italic">official</hi>
&lt;dat.&gt;] [<ref type="internal" target="31339.xml">31339</ref> l.1-2].
Occasionally the recipient is moved to a closing footer [<hi rend="italic"
>name</hi> &lt;dat.&gt;] as is the case in the [<ref
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<ptr target="gramm:schubert2018"/>
<citedRange>262-265</citedRange>
</bibl>. A hybrid example of both seal and filler can be found in [<ref
type="internal" target="30430.xml">30430</ref> ]. With the changes in the
type="internal" target="30430.xml">30430</ref>]. With the changes in the
structure of the warrant in the mid-III CE, where the identity of the official
is now explicitly mentioned in the opening address, there is often a signature
to validate the document <term xml:lang="grc">σεση(μείωμαι)</term>
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