Commit a340d7f8 authored by Elisa Nury's avatar Elisa Nury
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small corrections to descriptions

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<p>In the villages, nominations were made by a village scribe (<term xml:lang="grc"
>κωμογραμματεύς</term>, himself a liturgist [<ref type="internal"
target="22548.xml">22548</ref> 183 CE, nome of Arabia]), or by village elders
acting in the same capacity (πρεσβύτεροι) [<ref type="external"
acting in the same capacity (<term xml:lang="grc">πρεσβύτεροι</term>) [<ref type="external"
target="https://papyri.info/trismegistos/18237">18237</ref> 198-209 CE,
Cynopolite nome; <ref type="internal" target="11231.xml">11231</ref> 186 CE,
Soknopaiou Nesos (Arsinoite nome)]. In the Arsinoite villages, the <term
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<ptr target="gramm:lewis1997"/>
<citedRange>68</citedRange>
</bibl>. At Oxyrhynchus, in the early III CE, this task was handed over to a group
of ἀμφοδογραμματεῖς; then, around 245 CE, to tribe-chiefs (<term xml:lang="grc"
>φύλαρχοι</term>) [<ref type="external"
of <term xml:lang="grc">ἀμφοδογραμματεῖς</term>; then, around 245 CE, to tribe-chiefs (<term
xml:lang="grc">φύλαρχοι</term>) [<ref type="external"
target="https://papyri.info/trismegistos/15759">15759</ref> 271-271 CE]; and
finally, to coordinators (<term xml:lang="grc">συστάται</term>) [<ref
type="external" target="https://papyri.info/trismegistos/33653">33653</ref>
......@@ -181,17 +181,17 @@
</bibl>. Once the nomination was completed, the <term xml:lang="lat"
>strategos</term> confirmed it by issuing an [<ref type="descr"
target="#gt_programma">approval of nomination</ref>], called a public statement
(πρόγραμμα) ‘public statement [<ref type="external"
(<term xml:lang="grc">πρόγραμμα</term>) <q>public statement</q> [<ref type="external"
target="https://papyri.info/trismegistos/23526">23526</ref> 265 CE, Hermopolite
nome; <ref type="external" target="https://papyri.info/trismegistos/8942">8942</ref>
169 CE, Arsinoite nome]; <listBibl>
<bibl>
<author>Stroppa</author>
<ptr target="gramm:stroppa2004"/>
<bibl>
<author>Stroppa</author>
<ptr target="gramm:stroppa2017"/>
</bibl>
</bibl>
<bibl>
<author>Stroppa</author>
<ptr target="gramm:stroppa2017"/>
</bibl>
</listBibl>. Both stages of the process could be carried out on a single document,
turning a nomination into an approval of nomination [<ref type="internal"
......@@ -245,7 +245,7 @@
<ptr target="gramm:lewis1963"/>
<citedRange>5</citedRange>
</bibl>.</p>
<p>Then comes the list of names, frequently introduced by ἔστι δέ [<ref
<p>Then comes the list of names, frequently introduced by <term xml:lang="grc">ἔστι δέ</term> [<ref
type="internal" target="22551.xml">22551</ref>] or <term xml:lang="grc">εἰσὶ
δέ</term> [<ref type="internal" target="11231.xml">11231</ref>, <ref
type="internal" target="12031.xml">12031</ref>]. The length of the list may
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</teiHeader>
<text>
<body>
<head>Liturgical oath this is a test</head>
<head>Liturgical oath</head>
<p>A liturgical oath was required from every individual who had been nominated to a
liturgical office [<ref type="descr" target="#gt_nomination">nomination to
liturgy</ref>] and then notified of their appointment [<ref
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type="internal" target="8942.xml">8942</ref>: <term xml:lang="grc"
>ἀντίγραφον προγράμματος</term>), or which come from a register
(e.g.<ref type="external"
target="https://papyri.info/trismegistos/110156">110156</ref>: ἐκ
προγραμμάτων + date), or from a <term xml:lang="grc">τόμος
target="https://papyri.info/trismegistos/110156">110156</ref>: <term xml:lang="grc">ἐκ
προγραμμάτων</term> + date), or from a <term xml:lang="grc">τόμος
συγκολλήσιμος</term> (e.g. <ref type="external"
target="https://papyri.info/trismegistos/23526">23526</ref>: <term
xml:lang="grc">ρμε</term> = 145, number of the sheet/roll).</item>
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xmlns:tei="http://www.tei-c.org/ns/1.0" href="../grammateus_taxonomy.xml"/>
</classDecl>
<p>This file is encoded to comply with TEI Guidelines P5, Version 4.0.0.
<ref>https://tei-c.org/guidelines/p5/</ref>
<ref>https://tei-c.org/guidelines/p5/</ref>
</p>
</encodingDesc>
<profileDesc>
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>sitologos</term> for the payment of tax on catoecic land are treated separately
[see <ref type="anchor" target="#monartabos">monartabos</ref> below]. </p>
<div type="section" n="1">
<head xml:id="structure">Structure</head>
<p>Taxes on land were assessed according to the type of land and the size of the
harvest. Official tax receipts carry the date of issue at the beginning of the
......@@ -116,14 +117,20 @@
<q>I have received as stated</q> [<ref type="internal" target="11256.xml"
>11256</ref>].</p>
<p>Another form of the main verb can be seen occasionally e.g. [<ref type="internal"
target="15078.xml">15078</ref>] <term xml:lang="grc">ἐμετρή[θ]ησαν</term>.
target="15078.xml">15078</ref>] <term xml:lang="grc"
>ἐμετρή[θ]ησαν</term>.</p>
<p>Sitologos receipts are also composed as objective statements in the form of a <ref type="descr" target="#gt_syngr">syngraphe</ref>, with an infinitive construction e.g. [<ref type="internal"target="3124.xml">3124</ref>, <ref type="internal"target="22229.xml">22229</ref>,<ref type="internal"target="43263.xml">43263</ref>].
[date]
[<term xml:lang="grc">ὁμολογεῖ</term>...<term xml:lang="grc">μεμετρῆ(σθαι)</term>]
[<term xml:lang="grc">παρὰ</term><hi rend="italic">name</hi> &lt;gen.&gt; (<hi rend="italic">taxpayer</hi>)]
[<hi rend="italic">amount</hi> &lt;acc.&gt;] written first in words and then numerically.
An <term xml:lang="grc">ἀντιγραφεύς</term> or clerk signs to say that he has checked the amount and adds a [date] at the end.<p>
<p>Sitologos receipts are also composed as objective statements in the form of a
<ref type="descr" target="#gt_syngr">syngraphe</ref>, with an infinitive
construction e.g. [<ref type="internal" target="3124.xml">3124</ref>, <ref
type="internal" target="22229.xml">22229</ref>,<ref type="internal"
target="43263.xml">43263</ref>]. [date] [<term xml:lang="grc"
>ὁμολογεῖ</term>...<term xml:lang="grc">μεμετρῆ(σθαι)</term>] [<term
xml:lang="grc">παρὰ</term><hi rend="italic">name</hi> &lt;gen.&gt; (<hi
rend="italic">taxpayer</hi>)] [<hi rend="italic">amount</hi> &lt;acc.&gt;]
written first in words and then numerically. An <term xml:lang="grc"
>ἀντιγραφεύς</term> or clerk signs to say that he has checked the amount and
adds a [date] at the end.</p>
<p>Receipts issued for private transactions (<term xml:lang="lat">metrema</term>
receipts) can be distinguished by the use of the verb in the third person <term
......@@ -235,14 +242,14 @@ An <term xml:lang="grc">ἀντιγραφεύς</term> or clerk signs to say tha
anymore. It retained, however, a taxation rate distinct from that applied to
other categories of land. In some cases, especially in the Arsinoite nome,
catoecic land was described as <term xml:lang="lat">monartabos</term>, i.e.
<q>(taxed at the rate of) one artaba (per aroura)</q> <bibl>
<author>Kramer et al.</author>
<ptr target="gramm:kramer1982"/>
<citedRange>196</citedRange>
</bibl>. In modern editions, the
corresponding tax is sometimes referred to as <term xml:lang="lat"
>monartabia</term> [e.g. <ref type="internal" target="15932.xml"
>15932</ref>, following <bibl>
<q>(taxed at the rate of) one artaba (per aroura)</q>
<bibl>
<author>Kramer et al.</author>
<ptr target="gramm:kramer1982"/>
<citedRange>196</citedRange>
</bibl>. In modern editions, the corresponding tax is sometimes referred to as
<term xml:lang="lat">monartabia</term> [e.g. <ref type="internal"
target="15932.xml">15932</ref>, following <bibl>
<author>Wallace</author>
<ptr target="gramm:wallace1938"/>
<citedRange>13</citedRange>
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<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"
no farewell, and ending with the date [<ref type="external" target="http://www.papyri.info/trismegistos/8810"
>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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