Commit b107cbab authored by Elisa Nury's avatar Elisa Nury

Updated declaration description for archiving to yareta.

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<head>Camel Declaration</head>
<p>In Roman Egypt ownership of camels, goats, and sheep had to be declared annually so
they could be taxed. There are 47 camel declarations published to date, all from the
II-III CE, and most from Soknopaiou Nesos in the Arsinoite nome. See <bibl><author>Kruse</author>
II-III CE, and most from Soknopaiou Nesos in the Arsinoite nome. See
<bibl><author>Kruse</author>
<ptr target="gramm:kruse2002"/>
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<citedRange>124-127</citedRange>
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<ptr target="gramm:hagedorn2018"/>
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. For a complete list of edited camel declarations, <bibl><author>Hagedorn</author>
</bibl>. For a complete list of edited camel declarations,
<bibl><author>Hagedorn</author>
<ptr target="gramm:hagedorn2018"/>
<citedRange>137, n. 1</citedRange>
</bibl>.</p>
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that of a standard <term xml:lang="grc">ὑπόμνημα</term>. A distinguishing
feature of this particular type of declaration is a note or docket at the top of
the sheet, separated from the main text, which gives a brief summary of the
contents e.g. [<ref type="internal" target="9075.xml">9075</ref>] l.1 <term xml:lang="grc"
>Σοκνοπ(αίου Νήσου). κάμηλ(οι) γ.</term>
contents e.g. [<ref type="internal" target="9075.xml">9075</ref>] l.1 <term
xml:lang="grc">Σοκνοπ(αίου Νήσου). κάμηλ(οι) γ.</term>
</p>
<p>Camel declarations were always addressed to the <term xml:lang="lat"
>strategos</term> and royal scribe and began with a formal address to these
officials, followed by the name of the declarant
[to <hi rend="italic">officials</hi> &lt;dat.&gt;] [from
<term xml:lang="grc">παρά</term> + <hi rend="italic">name</hi> &lt;gen.&gt;]
along with the declarant’s patronymic and place of origin or residence. A
reference to the declaration of the previous year is followed by a statement of
the number of camels now owned, enumerating births, deaths, and sales since the
last declaration e.g. [<ref type="internal" target="9081.xml">9081</ref>, 10-18; <ref
type="internal" target="9097.xml">9097</ref>, 6-14]: <term xml:lang="grc">ἀφʼ ὧν
ἀπεγρ(αψάμην)...... ἀπογράφομαι</term>, <q>out of those (previously)
registered...I (now) register...</q></p>
officials, followed by the name of the declarant [to <hi rend="italic"
>officials</hi> &lt;dat.&gt;] [from <term xml:lang="grc">παρά</term> + <hi
rend="italic">name</hi> &lt;gen.&gt;] along with the declarant’s patronymic
and place of origin or residence. A reference to the declaration of the previous
year is followed by a statement of the number of camels now owned, enumerating
births, deaths, and sales since the last declaration e.g. [<ref type="internal"
target="9081.xml">9081</ref>, 10-18; <ref type="internal" target="9097.xml"
>9097</ref>, 6-14]: <term xml:lang="grc">ἀφʼ ὧν ἀπεγρ(αψάμην)......
ἀπογράφομαι</term>, <q>out of those (previously) registered...I (now)
register...</q></p>
<p>The formal declaration ends here and a series of subscriptions is appended where
the declaration is registered at the office of the royal scribe, and the number
of animals counted and confirmed by different assistants. The first subscription
is usually that of the registrar who states that the number of camels has been
entered into the register (<term xml:lang="grc">ἀπεγράφησαν</term> or <term xml:lang="grc">κατεχωρίσθησαν)</term>, and this is followed
by the date: sometimes the full date e.g. [<ref type="internal" target="9075.xml">9075</ref>,
l.17-18, <ref type="internal" target="14057.xml">14057</ref>, l.12-13] but more usually only the
month and day. The remaining subscriptions confirm the declaration e.g. [<ref
type="internal" target="14057.xml">14057</ref>, 14-17] where there are a further four hands:
l.17 <term xml:lang="grc">ἐξηρ(ιθμήθησαν) [κά]μ[η]λ(οι) συμφ(ώνως) β</term> <q>I have counted and confirm 2
camels</q>. Each of these is followed by the month and day of the signature.</p>
entered into the register (<term xml:lang="grc">ἀπεγράφησαν</term> or <term
xml:lang="grc">κατεχωρίσθησαν)</term>, and this is followed by the date:
sometimes the full date e.g. [<ref type="internal" target="9075.xml">9075</ref>,
l.17-18, <ref type="internal" target="14057.xml">14057</ref>, l.12-13] but more
usually only the month and day. The remaining subscriptions confirm the
declaration e.g. [<ref type="internal" target="14057.xml">14057</ref>, 14-17]
where there are a further four hands: l.17 <term xml:lang="grc">ἐξηρ(ιθμήθησαν)
[κά]μ[η]λ(οι) συμφ(ώνως) β</term>
<q>I have counted and confirm 2 camels</q>. Each of these is followed by the
month and day of the signature.</p>
<p>In another type of camel declaration the owner states a decrease in his herd of
camels, either by death or sale, and asks that they be removed from the
register, presumably so he will no longer be liable for tax e.g. [<ref target="9130.xml"
type="internal">9130</ref>, <ref type="external"
register, presumably so he will no longer be liable for tax e.g. [<ref
target="9130.xml" type="internal">9130</ref>, <ref type="external"
target="http://www.papyri.info/ddbdp/stud.pal;22;90">15141</ref>]. This
<term xml:lang="grc">ἀπολογισμός</term> is addressed to the royal scribe only, followed by a statement of
the situation, and a request for an amendment cf. e.g. [<ref type="external"
target="http://www.papyri.info/ddbdp/sb;16;12689">14648</ref>, 9-11] <term xml:lang="grc">οὐκέτι
ὑ[πάρχ]ει μοι κάμηλος, ἐπιδίδ[ω]μ̣ι τὸν ἀπολογισμόν</term> <q>I no longer own the camel
and so I make this statement</q>.</p>
<term xml:lang="grc">ἀπολογισμός</term> is addressed to the royal scribe
only, followed by a statement of the situation, and a request for an amendment
cf. e.g. [<ref type="external" target="http://www.papyri.info/ddbdp/sb;16;12689"
>14648</ref>, 9-11] <term xml:lang="grc">οὐκέτι ὑ[πάρχ]ει μοι κάμηλος,
ἐπιδίδ[ω]μ̣ι τὸν ἀπολογισμόν</term>
<q>I no longer own the camel and so I make this statement</q>.</p>
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<head xml:id="format">Format</head>
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types (census, pagan sacrifice (<term xml:lang="lat">libellus</term>),
notification of death), i.e. the shape of the document corresponds to the <term
xml:lang="lat">pagina</term> standard, with the scribe writing along the
horizontal fibres [<ref type="internal" target="9075.xml">9075</ref>, <ref target="9081.xml" type="internal"
>9081</ref>, <ref type="internal" target="9097.xml">9097</ref>]. There can be a wide bottom
margin as space was left for the addition of the subscriptions [<ref target="9130.xml"
type="internal">9130</ref>, 10.3cm; <ref type="internal" target="9081.xml">9081</ref>, 6.8cm].
</p>
horizontal fibres [<ref type="internal" target="9075.xml">9075</ref>, <ref
target="9081.xml" type="internal">9081</ref>, <ref type="internal"
target="9097.xml">9097</ref>]. There can be a wide bottom margin as space
was left for the addition of the subscriptions [<ref target="9130.xml"
type="internal">9130</ref>, 10.3cm; <ref type="internal" target="9081.xml"
>9081</ref>, 6.8cm]. </p>
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<head xml:id="layout">Layout</head>
<p>After the summarizing docket, which takes the form of a heading, the address to
the officials can be indented from its second line up to the <term
xml:lang="grc">παρά</term> clause, itself beginning its own line and often
distinguished by an enlarged first letter [<ref type="internal" target="9075.xml">9075</ref>, <ref
type="internal" target="14057.xml">14057</ref>]. The body of the text forms one block, with
spaces and indents between the different hands of the subscriptions [<ref
type="internal" target="9097.xml">9097</ref>, <ref type="internal" target="14407.xml">14407</ref>]. A line can
sometimes separate the body of the text from the subscriptions [<ref
type="internal" target="15074.xml">15074</ref>], but this does not seem to appear as routinely
as in other declarations (e.g. notification of death [<ref type="descr" target="#gt_decl_notifDeath"
>link</ref>]).</p>
distinguished by an enlarged first letter [<ref type="internal"
target="9075.xml">9075</ref>, <ref type="internal" target="14057.xml"
>14057</ref>]. The body of the text forms one block, with spaces and indents
between the different hands of the subscriptions [<ref type="internal"
target="9097.xml">9097</ref>, <ref type="internal" target="14407.xml"
>14407</ref>]. A line can sometimes separate the body of the text from the
subscriptions [<ref type="internal" target="15074.xml">15074</ref>], but this
does not seem to appear as routinely as in other declarations (e.g. notification
of death [<ref type="descr" target="#gt_decl_notifDeath">link</ref>]).</p>
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</bibl>. This broadly consists of five elements: opening, declaration, list of
individuals, formal statement and subscription: <list type="unordered">
<item>The opening, [to <hi rend="italic">official</hi> &lt;dat&gt;] [from <term
xml:lang="grc">παρά</term> + <hi rend="italic">name</hi> &lt;gen.&gt;] is
followed by the declarant’s patronymic, matronymic, and place of residence.
Sometimes the names of the paternal and maternal grandfather are included. The
status of the declarant is usually not stated at this point and is reserved for
inclusion in the list of persons in the main body of the declaration
<bibl><author>Bagnall Frier</author>
<ptr target="gramm:bagnall1994"/>
<citedRange>21</citedRange>
</bibl>. Women declarants usually have a guardian (<term xml:lang="grc"
>κύριος</term>) [<ref target="http://papyri.info/ddbdp/bgu;1;154"
type="external">8922</ref> l.4-5]. Addressees can be the strategos (<term
xml:lang="grc">στρατηγός</term>), the royal scribe (<term xml:lang="grc"
>βασιλικὸς γραμματεύς</term>), the village scribe (<term xml:lang="grc"
>κωμογραμματεύς</term>), the registration officers (<term xml:lang="grc"
>λαογράφοι</term>) of a village, the head of quarter (<term xml:lang="grc"
>ἀμφοδάρχης</term>), head of nome (<term xml:lang="grc">νομάρχης</term>), or
(village) elders (<term xml:lang="grc">πρεσβύτεροι</term>). There is an
example of six copies of the same declaration addressed to a number of different
officials (one of the copies is [<ref type="internal" target="9132.xml"
>9132</ref>], <bibl><author>Bagnall Frier</author>
<ptr target="gramm:bagnall1994"/>
<citedRange>19, 240-241</citedRange>
</bibl>). There are also examples of different officials addressed in a single
declaration [<ref type="internal" target="11983.xml">11983</ref>, <ref
type="internal" target="13481.xml">13481</ref>], but often the address is to
one official only [<ref type="internal" target="14730.xml">14730</ref>]</item>
<item>The declaration usually begins with a statement of the ownership of property
(<term xml:lang="grc">ὑπάρχει μοι...</term>
<q>there belongs to me...</q>) followed by a description of the property, and a
statement that the people and property are being declared for the purposes of
the house-by-house registration of a stated year: [<ref type="internal"
target="11983.xml">11983</ref> l.13-17] <term xml:lang="grc">καὶ
ἀπογρά(φομαι) ἐμαυτὸν καὶ τοὺς ἐμοὺς [ε]ἰς τὴν τοῦ διελ(ηλυθότος) ζ (ἔτους)
[Αὐτο]κράτορος Καίσ[αρος] Νέρο[υα] Τ(ραιανοῦ) Σ(εβαστοῦ) Γερ(μανικοῦ)
Δακ(ικοῦ) κατʼ οἰ(κίαν) [ἀπογρ]α(φήν)</term>, <q>I register myself and those
of my household for the house-by-house census of the past seventh year of
the Emperor Caesar Nerva Trajan Augustus Germanicus Dacicus</q>.</item>
<item>There follows a list of all individuals in the household, including women and
children, along with their ages, beginning with the declarant and introduced by
<term xml:lang="grc">εἰμὶ δέ</term>, <q>and I am...</q>.There appears to be
a difference in the amount of detail provided in the declarations from the
villages and from the metropoleis; the latter tend to give more information on
physical descriptions, status, profession, and relationship to the declarant
[<ref type="internal" target="13481.xml">13481</ref>] while those from the
villages give essential details only. A distinguishing feature of the list of
persons in the Oxyrhynchite declarations is that they tend to list all males
first and then all women [<ref target="http://papyri.info/ddbdp/p.oxy;73;4957"
type="external">118647</ref>] <bibl><author>Bagnall Frier</author>
<ptr target="gramm:bagnall1994"/>
<citedRange>24</citedRange>
</bibl>.</item>
<item>A formal statement is made, <term xml:lang="grc">διὸ ἐπιδίδωμι</term>,
<item>The opening, [to <hi rend="italic">official</hi> &lt;dat&gt;] [from
<term xml:lang="grc">παρά</term> + <hi rend="italic">name</hi>
&lt;gen.&gt;] is followed by the declarant’s patronymic, matronymic, and
place of residence. Sometimes the names of the paternal and maternal
grandfather are included. The status of the declarant is usually not
stated at this point and is reserved for inclusion in the list of
persons in the main body of the declaration <bibl><author>Bagnall
Frier</author>
<ptr target="gramm:bagnall1994"/>
<citedRange>21</citedRange>
</bibl>. Women declarants usually have a guardian (<term xml:lang="grc"
>κύριος</term>) [<ref target="http://papyri.info/ddbdp/bgu;1;154"
type="external">8922</ref> l.4-5]. Addressees can be the strategos
(<term xml:lang="grc">στρατηγός</term>), the royal scribe (<term
xml:lang="grc">βασιλικὸς γραμματεύς</term>), the village scribe
(<term xml:lang="grc">κωμογραμματεύς</term>), the registration
officers (<term xml:lang="grc">λαογράφοι</term>) of a village, the head
of quarter (<term xml:lang="grc">ἀμφοδάρχης</term>), head of nome (<term
xml:lang="grc">νομάρχης</term>), or (village) elders (<term
xml:lang="grc">πρεσβύτεροι</term>). There is an example of six
copies of the same declaration addressed to a number of different
officials (one of the copies is [<ref type="internal" target="9132.xml"
>9132</ref>], <bibl><author>Bagnall Frier</author>
<ptr target="gramm:bagnall1994"/>
<citedRange>19, 240-241</citedRange>
</bibl>). There are also examples of different officials addressed in a
single declaration [<ref type="internal" target="11983.xml">11983</ref>,
<ref type="internal" target="13481.xml">13481</ref>], but often the
address is to one official only [<ref type="internal" target="14730.xml"
>14730</ref>]</item>
<item>The declaration usually begins with a statement of the ownership of
property (<term xml:lang="grc">ὑπάρχει μοι...</term>
<q>there belongs to me...</q>) followed by a description of the
property, and a statement that the people and property are being
declared for the purposes of the house-by-house registration of a stated
year: [<ref type="internal" target="11983.xml">11983</ref> l.13-17]
<term xml:lang="grc">καὶ ἀπογρά(φομαι) ἐμαυτὸν καὶ τοὺς ἐμοὺς [ε]ἰς
τὴν τοῦ διελ(ηλυθότος) ζ (ἔτους) [Αὐτο]κράτορος Καίσ[αρος] Νέρο[υα]
Τ(ραιανοῦ) Σ(εβαστοῦ) Γερ(μανικοῦ) Δακ(ικοῦ) κατʼ οἰ(κίαν)
[ἀπογρ]α(φήν)</term>, <q>I register myself and those of my household
for the house-by-house census of the past seventh year of the
Emperor Caesar Nerva Trajan Augustus Germanicus Dacicus</q>.</item>
<item>There follows a list of all individuals in the household, including
women and children, along with their ages, beginning with the declarant
and introduced by <term xml:lang="grc">εἰμὶ δέ</term>, <q>and I
am...</q>.There appears to be a difference in the amount of detail
provided in the declarations from the villages and from the metropoleis;
the latter tend to give more information on physical descriptions,
status, profession, and relationship to the declarant [<ref
type="internal" target="13481.xml">13481</ref>] while those from the
villages give essential details only. A distinguishing feature of the
list of persons in the Oxyrhynchite declarations is that they tend to
list all males first and then all women [<ref
target="http://papyri.info/ddbdp/p.oxy;73;4957" type="external"
>118647</ref>] <bibl><author>Bagnall Frier</author>
<ptr target="gramm:bagnall1994"/>
<citedRange>24</citedRange>
</bibl>.</item>
<item>A formal statement is made, <term xml:lang="grc">διὸ ἐπιδίδωμι</term>,
<q>therefore I make (the declaration)</q> [<ref type="internal"
target="12174.xml">12174</ref> l.24], and this may be followed by an
oath verifying the contents of the return <term xml:lang="grc">καὶ
ὀμνύω</term>, <q>and I swear...</q> [<ref
target="http://papyri.info/ddbdp/p.oxy;47;3336" type="external"
>22450</ref> l.22].</item>
<item>The subscription consists of some or all of the following: <list
<item>The subscription consists of some or all of the following: <list
type="unordered">
<item>signature of the declarant or someone writing on their
behalf;</item>
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<head xml:id="censusdecl_format">Format</head>
<p>The format of the census returns follows the standard model found in other
declaration types such as the declaration of pagan sacrifice (<term xml:lang="lat"
>libellus</term>) and the notification of death; that is, the orientation of the
document is in a <term xml:lang="lat">pagina</term> format, the scribe writing
along the horizontal fibres [<ref type="internal" target="13997.xml"
>13997</ref>]. This format remained relatively consistent throughout the
centuries, and in all areas with extant examples. Of the examples in our
database there are two with a squarish orientation [<ref type="internal"
declaration types such as the declaration of pagan sacrifice (<term
xml:lang="lat">libellus</term>) and the notification of death; that is, the
orientation of the document is in a <term xml:lang="lat">pagina</term> format,
the scribe writing along the horizontal fibres [<ref type="internal"
target="13997.xml">13997</ref>]. This format remained relatively consistent
throughout the centuries, and in all areas with extant examples. Of the examples
in our database there are two with a squarish orientation [<ref type="internal"
target="9098.xml">9098</ref>, 17397], the latter with vertical fibres.</p>
</div>
<div type="section">
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example of a line being drawn between the text and the signatures [<ref
type="internal" target="11983.xml">11983</ref>].</p>
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......@@ -340,7 +344,6 @@
or officials to track a given <term xml:lang="lat">epikrisis</term> record in
the registers. Then a proper abstract could be produced.</p>
</div>
<div type="bibliography"/>
</body>
</text>
</TEI>
......@@ -14,9 +14,9 @@
target="http://p3.snf.ch/Project-182205">Project 182205</ref>
</funder>
</titleStmt>
<!-- editionStmt: in case of publication, would be good to add. with date -->
<publicationStmt>
<authority>Grammateus Project</authority>
<idno type="DOI">10.26037/yareta:dlyt3qvm35au5l53eq3pgyh4hm</idno>
<availability>
<licence target="https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/"
>Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0)</licence>
......@@ -36,10 +36,14 @@
</p>
</encodingDesc>
<profileDesc>
<langUsage>
<language ident="lat">Latin</language>
<language ident="grc">Greek</language>
</langUsage>
<textClass>
<catRef n="text-type" scheme="#grammateus_typology" target="#gtyp_decl"/>
<catRef n="text-subtype" scheme="#grammateus_typology" target="#gtyp_decl_libellus"
/>
<catRef n="type" scheme="#grammateus_taxonomy" target="#gt_ti"/>
<catRef n="subtype" scheme="#grammateus_taxonomy" target="#gt_decl"/>
<catRef n="variation" scheme="#grammateus_taxonomy" target="#gt_decl_libellus"/>
</textClass>
</profileDesc>
<revisionDesc>
......@@ -211,7 +215,6 @@
>ἔτους</term>) symbol [<ref type="internal" target="12907.xml">12907</ref>,
<ref type="internal" target="12909.xml">12909</ref>].</p>
</div>
<div type="bibliography"></div>
</body>
</text>
</TEI>
......@@ -15,9 +15,9 @@
target="http://p3.snf.ch/Project-182205">Project 182205</ref>
</funder>
</titleStmt>
<!-- editionStmt: in case of publication, would be good to add. with date -->
<publicationStmt>
<authority>Grammateus Project</authority>
<idno type="DOI">10.26037/yareta:e5pm3q6ddjbg5dgvwgbiaz7roe</idno>
<availability>
<licence target="https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/"
>Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0)</licence>
......@@ -36,9 +36,14 @@
</p>
</encodingDesc>
<profileDesc>
<langUsage>
<language ident="lat">Latin</language>
<language ident="grc">Greek</language>
</langUsage>
<textClass>
<catRef n="text-type" scheme="#grammateus_typology" target="#gtyp_decl"/>
<catRef n="text-subtype" scheme="#grammateus_typology" target="#gtyp_decl_notifDeath"/>
<catRef n="type" scheme="#grammateus_taxonomy" target="#gt_ti"/>
<catRef n="subtype" scheme="#grammateus_taxonomy" target="#gt_decl"/>
<catRef n="variation" scheme="#grammateus_taxonomy" target="#gt_decl_notifDeath"/>
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<revisionDesc>
......@@ -192,7 +197,7 @@
>15658</ref>, <ref type="internal"
target="78577.xml"
>78577</ref>]; there is also an example of the beginning of the address in
<hi rend="italic">ekthesis</hi> to the rest [<ref type="internal"
<term xml:lang="lat">ekthesis</term> to the rest [<ref type="internal"
target="14012.xml">14012</ref>]. A
late example has the consular date separated from the address by a vacat [<ref type="external"
target="http://papyri.info/ddbdp/p.oxy;65;4480"
......@@ -204,7 +209,7 @@
target="8801.xml"
>8801</ref>]. Another example [<ref type="internal"
target="12902.xml">12902</ref>] has a double line filler at the end of the
declaration and before the subscription and change of hand . Two examples clearly indicate that in the closing section, a
declaration and before the subscription and change of hand. Two examples clearly indicate that in the closing section, a
window was left between the signature of one official and the date, for the
insertion of another official signature [<ref type="internal"
target="8801.xml"
......@@ -212,7 +217,6 @@
target="8802.xml"
>8802</ref>]. </p>
</div>
<div type="bibliography"></div>
</body>
</text>
</TEI>
......@@ -137,7 +137,7 @@
(παράγειν)</term>
<q>has led</q> [<ref type="internal"
target="15070.xml"
>15070</ref>]<bibl>
>15070</ref>] <bibl>
<author>Sijpesteijn</author>
<ptr target="gramm:sijpesteijn1987"/>
<citedRange>9-11</citedRange>
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