Photographic Archive of Papyri in the Cairo Museum

P.Fouad 35

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Power of attorney

(A.D. 48)

According to the first part of this document, the text would seem to be about a power of attorney concering private affairs, while the second part is relative to judiciary affairs. Thaesis gives full power of attorney to her husband Ptollion to manage some of her private financial affairs, and also to be her agent in a process against Thoonis and others.






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