The author deals with three unknown and mysterious Egyptian papyri (Pap. Lond. iii, 1164 h, BGU iv 1157, P. Oxy xvii 2136), which are dated from the i b.C. to the iii a.d. His idea is that these documents prove the use of the contract of misthoprasia for the fulfillment of the munera for the annona. He demonstrates that this papyri contain a sort of long-term agreement, used to optimize the liturgical public service.
|Numero di pagine||33|
|Rivista||IURIS ANTIQUI HISTORIA|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2014|