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SchiIler 1971b). 9 Such is also the situation in our litigation, the relevant texts, Coptic and Greek, implying neither compromissum nor receptum arbitri. 10 It undoubtedly originated in the concept that Christians should not resolve their legal differences before the pagan State institutions. The State, on the other hand, seems initially to have taken no notice of such ecclesiastical adjudication. A turning point came about, however, after Constantine had converted to the Christian faith. As a matter of fact, Constantine and many emperors following him promulgated several imperial enactments in favor of the ecclesiastical adjudication over civil litigations (see Thtir and Pieler 1978, pp.
Which provides a thus far unique example in a Demotic legal document of a word far better known in hieroglyphs, Coptic, and Greek. The sealed section was unrolled by the Conservation Department of the British Museum so that the scriptura interior could be examined; it was then returned to its original appearance. As expected, the sealed text contained a precis of the main document which records a loan of q artabae of wheat and 3~ artabae of barley. 1 'rb which can only be translated as 'a surety' or 'a pledge'.
Devauchelle (1987a) insurmountable problems when he published Papyrus Louvre E 9416. Although it is dated only four years earlier and deals with contiguous land, Greek-held property alone is its eastern neighbor and the village appeared to have disappeared completely. It was tempting at first to wonder if the fact that the vendor was a Greek had any relevance and whether the text concentrated for his benefit solely on Greek-held neighboring land but that theory cannot be maintained. Incidentally, the vendor is Nikon, also called Petekhonsis, and so is yet another example of a Greek with a Greek father (in this case Athenion) bearing a second name which is Egyptian.
Life in a multi-cultural society : Egypt from Cambyses to Constantine and beyond by Janet H. Johnson