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::Features of inv. 3196::

To the right is an image of P. Mich. inv. 3196, one of the papyri from the Zenon archive. This papryus, which we will be reading in the following section, records a man's complaint that his donkey has been stolen. The papyrus is a "double document," in which the same text was written twice on a single sheet of papyrus. Click on part of the papyrus or one of the topics below to learn about distinctive features in inv. 3196.

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