Photographic Archive of Papyri in the Cairo Museum

P.Fay. 104

30 x 15.5



(Late third century)

Parts of two columns of an account, which is unfortuntely broken in such a manner that only the figures of the first column and the names of the second remain. The largeness of the sums in the first column indicates the late date of the papyrus. The payments in the second column are for a variety of purposes, but a number of them are connected with a boat or boats, and perhaps they may all have been made on the occasion of a journey by water. Nicopolis is mentioned in line 12.






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