papyrus / document
Papyrus fragment: on ther verso, a few letters from what may be the first 4 lines of this partially faded text are preserved. Document issued by a member of the monastery.
- 7thC (script)
- Found/Acquired: Egypt
- Height: 4 centimetres
- Width: 5.5 centimetres
Inscription Translation(1) ... Apol]lo the monk [...
(2) ... of A]pa Apollo, I am writi[ng ...
(3) ...]... the monk ...[...
(4) ...] and the fath[er ...
Mounted with 1996,0608.26-29Palaeography A fairly competent majuscule hand.
Provenance: written by a monk of a monastery of Apa Apollo for which the acquisition details
suggest a Hermopolite context.
fair (incomplete - fragmentary)
- Named in inscription: Monastery of Apa Apollo
- (Africa,Egypt,Western Desert,El-Bawiti,Monastery of Apa Apollo)
Ancient Egypt & Sudan
- P.Mon.Apollo 64
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Object reference number: YCA72142
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