The paper provides an updated and annotated list of Latin and bilingual Latin-Greek papyri from the first century BC to the early third century AD – including very recently published and still unpublished – that refer to the lives and businesses of Roman citizens in Egypt. It also covers documents connected with the Roman army, that is produced in military officia to be specifically used by soldiers (acknowledgments of debt, receipts of money etc.). They are connected not with the army life, but with the life outside the barracks, among tradesmen, merchants, and (from the second century AD onwards) in the milieu of veterans.

‘Die Geschäfte des Herrn Julius Caesar’. A Survey of I BC-III AD Latin and Latin-Greek Documents Referring to Roman Citizens and their Business in Egypt

Giulio Iovine
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2020

Abstract

The paper provides an updated and annotated list of Latin and bilingual Latin-Greek papyri from the first century BC to the early third century AD – including very recently published and still unpublished – that refer to the lives and businesses of Roman citizens in Egypt. It also covers documents connected with the Roman army, that is produced in military officia to be specifically used by soldiers (acknowledgments of debt, receipts of money etc.). They are connected not with the army life, but with the life outside the barracks, among tradesmen, merchants, and (from the second century AD onwards) in the milieu of veterans.
Giulio Iovine; Ornella Salati
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