Commit 77bfb8ef authored by Susan Fogarty's avatar Susan Fogarty

Update decl_libellus.xml

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</bibl><!--[<ref type="bibl"
target="http://papyri.info/biblio/68691">Rives 1999</ref> : 136]-->. Although an
empire-wide requirement, only a small number of <term xml:lang="lat">libelli</term>
survive from Egypt and only from the Summer of 250 CE; the greatest concentration of
survive from Egypt and only from the summer of 250 CE; the greatest concentration of
these are from Theadelphia (34 cases), fewer from the wider Arsinoite nome (8 cases,
1 probable), and 4 cases from the Oxyrhynchite nome; see <bibl>
1 probable), and 4 examples from the Oxyrhynchite nome; see <bibl>
<author>Schubert</author>
<ptr target="gramm:schubert2016"/>
<citedRange>192-194</citedRange>
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<q>I have always sacrificed to the gods</q> e.g. [<ref type="internal"
target="56431.xml">56431</ref> l.4-5]. The formula at this point is slightly
different in declarations from the Oxyrhynchite nome where the applicant states
that he has always sacrificed, but has also made libations, to the the gods,
that he has always sacrificed, but has also made libations to the the gods,
<term xml:lang="grc">ἀεὶ μὲν θύων καὶ σπένδων τοῖς θεοῖς διετέλεσα</term>,
e.g. [<ref type="external" target="http://papyri.info/ddbdp/p.oxy;4;658"
>20403</ref> l.6-8]. See <bibl>
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request ends with a <q>farewell</q>
<term xml:lang="grc">διευτυχεῖτε</term>. Officials confirm that they have seen
the individual make his sacrifice (<term xml:lang="grc">εἴδαμέν σε
θυσιάζουσαν</term>) - in the documents from Theadelphia the two officials
θυσιάζουσαν</term>) - in the declarations from Theadelphia the two officials
are Aurelius Serenus and Aurelius Hermas - and this is followed by the signature
of one of them, usually Hermas, the village scribe. Finally the document is
dated; those documents where the date has been preserved have almost always been
dated; those declarations where the date has been preserved have almost always been
written in the month of <term xml:lang="lat">Pauni</term> 250 CE, others in the
following month, <term xml:lang="lat">Epeiph</term>, i.e. June – July.</p>
<p>The declarations from Theadelphia are significant in that different hands can be
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[<ref type="internal" target="14001.xml">14001</ref>, <ref type="internal"
target="13945.xml">13945</ref>]; there is also one with vertical fibres
[<ref type="internal" target="12907.xml">12907</ref>]. Of the documents in
our database the average height is 21.2 cm and width 7.4 cm; [<ref
type="internal" target="12907.xml">12907</ref>] is slightly shorter and
wider 18.5 x 11.9 cm; [<ref type="internal" target="13951.xml">13951</ref>] is
more tall and narrow at 25 x 6 cm – these last two from Theadelphia. Those from
the wider Arsinoite nome are consistent with the Theadelphian average
dimensions, with the exception of [<ref type="internal" target="56431.xml"
>56431</ref>] which is wider than usual (22 x 12.4 cm), see <bibl
our database the average height is 21.2 cm and width 7.4 cm; [<ref type="internal" target="56431.xml"
>56431</ref>] is wider than usual (22 x 12.4 cm), see <bibl
type="edition"><author>Schubert</author><ptr target="gramm:schubert2016"/><citedRange>185</citedRange></bibl>.
Of the four Oxyrhynchite certificates only one is complete [<ref type="external"
target="http://papyri.info/ddbdp/p.oxy;12;1464">21866</ref>] and it is
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