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Title: Two Orders for Payment from Oxyrhynchus Mentioning a Leukadios
Author(s): FARNES, Alan Taylor
Journal: Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists
Volume: 57 Date: 2020
The first papyrus records a payment of wine in return for the repair of a boat. It provides evidence of a woman running the affairs of an estate. The second papyrus is an order for payment of the chrysargyron tax by a man named Leukadios. I argue that the Leukadios is the grandson of the Leukadios mentioned in the first papyrus.