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We have as yet no papyri which deal with this subject, but Edgar says that the Museum of Cairo possesses such documents. Z. 21, year 29) speaks of a garden of Apollonius. Apollonius is anxious to make i t as Greek as possible in planting the garden olive and the laurel. I. 546, 547). For the religious needs shrines of the Greco-Egyptian type were constructed. z. 47) and one of Anubis, the jackal-headed god (inscription for the health of Apollonius and Zenon, Lefebvre, Annales, XIII, p. 93). The royal cult was also introduced and a shrine built for the deified sister-wife of Philadelphus-Arsinoe (P.

I ~ ~ h p q srijs @rAaGCXpou iK TGVpupiwv hpoupGv). The expressions used in these papyri for describing the estate of Apollonius leave no '' I maintain my belief in the historical kernel of the story of Josephus, the farmer, which was told a t some length and with some details, partly invented and partly borrowed from the Bible, by Flavius Josephus, A. , XII, 4; cf. Cohen, De magislratibus Aegypliis, p. 98 ff. There is no contradiction between the data of t h e inscriptions and papyri and those of Flavius Josephus.

I. 384 (year 38) Zenon is asked to send back to Alexandria a tailor who had found refuge in Philadelphia in the house of his brother, one of the employees of Zenon. This man was a debtor to the State in Alexandria. I. 419 (cf. , men who did not legally belong to the population of Philadelphia, are found to be in prison in Philadelphia. They ask Zenon to release them and to give them the opportunity of appearing before the court of Philiscus. Z. 33, year 31). I. 353 (year 32). These are functions identical with those of the epistate of a village, purely administrative and in no way judicial functions.

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