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  • Procurator, superintendent of some branch of administration
  • Prophet, priest of a certain rank, nominally an interpreter of oracles and revelations
  • Prytanis, prytany, in later documents, president, presidentship, of a senate
  • Quarter, a weight used in weighing gold, ¼ of a gold stater or about 1¼ grammes
  • Riparius, see No. 22S, note b
  • Royal scribe, an official co-operating at first with the oeconomus and after the 3rd cent. b.c. with the strategus. The name as well as the office survived after the fall of the Ptolemaic kingdom
  • Schoenion, a measure of length, about 50 yards
  • Scribes (or secretaries), village, district, etc., functionaries whose duties were mainly clerical, but who in many cases exercised some administrative authority
  • Sebasteum, temple of the deified emperors
  • Senate, for Egyptian senates see No. 226, note b
  • Serapeum, temple of the god Serapis
  • Sestertius, a Roman coin, worth ¼ of a denarius
  • Sextarius, as a liquid measure about half a litre
  • Singularis, an orderly attached to a military commander or to a civil governor
  • Sitologus, official who received deliveries of corn and kept account of the amounts delivered and measured out
  • Solidus, a Byzantine gold coin weighing about 4½ grammes; see p. xxxiii
  • Soteres, see Gods
  • Stater, in silver = 4 drachmae, in gold = 2 drachmae; also a weight
  • Stemmata, see p. 291, note a
  • Stolistes, temple attendant who clothed the sacred images
  • Strategus, properly a military commander, but in Egypt the civil governor of a nome or other district
  • Sword-bearer, an armed attendant
  • Tactomisthus, see p. 453, note a
  • Talent = 6000. drachmae; as a weight originally = 60 minae, but actually there were talents of different standards
  • Tesserarius, see No. 345, note a
  • Tetradrachm, a coin of 4 drachmae
  • Toparch, an official performing various duties in a small district, subordinate to the nomarch
  • Toparchy, sphere of a toparch
  • Tribe, a division of citizens in a Greek city; also a territorial division in a Graeco-Egyptian metropolis (see p. 286, note b)
  • Tribune, military commander
  • Tribunician Power, a Roman magistracy originally instituted for the protection of the commoners and conferred upon the emperor Augustus and his successors
  • Trierarch, see p. 552, note c
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Index of Sources
Aegyptus xii, p. 129= No. 254
Annales xx, p. 184= „ 253
„ xxix, p. 61= „ 315
Archiv iv, p. 123= „ 301
„ vi, p. 102 =„ 422
B.G.U. 15 =„ 246
„ 18 =„ 342
„ 140 =„ 213
„ 180 =„ 285
„ 267 =„ 214
„ 325 =„ 231
„ 347 =„ 244
„ 362, v, 1–18 =„ 340
„ „ vi–viii =„ 404
„ 515 =„ 286
„ 646 =„ 222
„ 648 =„ 284
„ 656 =„ 236
„ 696 (part of) = „ 401
„ 697 =„ 370
„ 1022 =„ 288
„ 1035 =„ 429
„ vol. v =„ 206
„ 1211 =„ 208
„ 1232 =„ 366
„ 1256 =„ 275
„ 1564 =„ 395
„ 1730 =„ 209
„ 1749 =„ 393
„ 1754, ii =„ 394
C. P. Herm. 52–6, col. iv =„ 306
„ 119, iv =„ 357
„ 119 verso, iii, 8–16 =„ 217
J.E.A. xiii, p. 219 =„ 299
„ xv, p. 96 = „ 431
„ xviii, p. 70 =„ 260
O. Tait 49 =„ 376
„ 70 =„ 377
P. Achmim 8, 4-20 =„ 425
P. Amh. 31 =„ 367
P. Amh. 33 =No. 273
„ 35 = „ 274
„ 53 = „ 378
„ 77, 1–33 = „ 282
„ 92 = „ 352
„ 107 = „ 387
P. Bad. 75(b) = „ 312
P. Bour. 12 = „ 418
„ 20 = „ 263
P. Cairo Masp. 67024 = „ 218
„ 67032 = „ 363
„ 67033 = „ 385
„ 67321 = „ 396
P. Cairo Zen. 59021 =„ 409
„ 59036 = „ 410
„ 59236 = „ 265
„ 59341(a) = „ 267
P. Columb. 1 recto, 4, i =„ 372
P. Columb. Inventory 480 =„ 205
P. Eleph. 14 = „ 233
P. Enteux. 26 = „ 268
„ 48 =„ 270
„ 82 = „ 269
P. Fay. 20 = „ 216
„ 24= „ 330
„ 28 = „ 309
„ 36 = „ 350
„ 87, 1–13= „ 371
„ 106, 6–25 = „ 283
P. Freib. 7 = „ 412
P. Gen. 16 = „ 289
P. Giess. 4 = „ 354
„ 11 =„ 423
„ 40, ii, 16–29 = „ 215
„ 41 =„ 298
P. Graux 2 = „ 281
„ 4 = „ 291
P. Grenf. 1, 49 = „ 323
„ 11, 14 (b) = „ 414
„ 50 (c) = „ 382
„ 95 =„ 388
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