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52 ff. and 84). I t is probable that Chrysermus received his Swped either under Philadelphus or under Euergetes, as i t is hardly ~ o s s i b l ethat the old man lived very long under Philopator. He may have received from Euergetes some of the grants given to Apollonius by Philadelphus. Z. 65. Of his Gwp~d as such we know very little. The peasants of the village Khp~vorworked the land of the Gwped and paid the ~ K ~ ~ P LorO rent V to Chrysermus; in judicial and ROSTOVTZEFF-A L A R G E ESTATE I N E G Y P T 45 administrative matters they were subject to the regular administration.
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.
This part deals with the letting out of some works between Philadelphia and Patsonthis. T o carry out these works Petechon was appointed by Apollonius the dioeketes himself, iIcp';v qpiis ~araXeia€t 'AROXX~VLOS b S L O L K I ~they ~S; were, of course, works for the Gwped of Apollonius. The letter of petechon is scornful. He reproaches Klearchus and Kleon with their quarrels for which the responsibility will fall upon him, Petechon (6tb r q v fperipav ci+tpaxiav ifi[&]i v C~~Atj~paac r[ivccrOa~]) and adds that until the dull mind of Klearchus grasps the situation the works may suffer.