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This Dionysodorus, men of Athens, and his partner Parmeniscus came to us last year in the month Metageitnion,1 and said that they desired to borrow money on their ship on the terms that she should sail to Egypt and from Egypt to Rhodes or Athens, and they agreed to pay the interest for the voyage to either one of these ports.

1 The month Metageitnion corresponds to the latter half of August and the prior half of September.

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