|TM ID||TM 13067|
|Findspot (DEChriM ID)||52 (Ḫarabat Ihrīt)||Class||Textual|
P.Sakaon 48; SB VI 9622: Petition to a Praepositus Pagi.
The end subscription, from Zoilos' hand, states that he is illiterate and that a scribe wrote for him.
This seems to be one of the rare texts documenting Christianity in the 4th c. declining village of Theadelphia (with the magical roll P.Oslo I 1) but it shows that there was a church and all the usual hierarchy (see Horsley 1983).
|Selection criteria||Mention of Christian cult officials/institutions|
Dated to April 6th, 343 ("Consulship of the most glorious Furius Placidius and Flavius Romulus. Pharmouthi 11").
|Absolute/relative date||Absolute date|
Oxford, Sackler Library, Papyrology Rooms EES without number