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Title: Drei neue ptolemäische Papyri und das Amtsarchiv des Demetrios
Author(s): STERN, Matthias
Journal: Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists
Volume: 53 Date: 2016
Three new papyri from the Austrian National Library provide insight into the dealings of a local subordinate of Athenodoros, the Ptolemaic dioiketes who held office from at least 197 to 190 BCE. The texts are all addressed to a certain Δημήτριος ὁ παρὰ Ἀθηνoδώρου τοῦ διοικητοῦ, who is without a doubt also the addressee of CPR 28.11. Demetrios appears to have been responsible for various fiscal matters in the Herakleopolite nome: solving problems in regard to some tax issue, protecting naukleroi against supposedly unjustified freight charges, protecting a worker against fiscal demands on the part of a security officer, and, possibly, organizing a grain transport.