Late antique original manuscripts - Papyrus codex
Documentary texts - Fiscal document
P.Lond 4 1414:
At the beginning of folio10, the hamlet named after saint Pinoution is mentioned:
† ἀπὸ ἐπο[ικ(ίου) Ἁγίου Πινουτίωνος
'From the hamlet of saint Pinoution, …'
Folio 11b, line 275 mentions a monastery dedicated to saint Mary:
ἀπὸ μονα(στηρίου) Ἁγία(ς) Μαρίας
'From the monastery of saint Mary, …'
For a complete record of the document see:
Cult building - monasticPlaces Named after Saint
Towns, villages, districts and fortresses
SourceThe papyrus document Pap 1409 is housed at the British Library in London. The dating rests on context and palaeographical grounds.
Bell, H.I., and Crum, W.E., Greek Papyri in the British Museum. London IV: The Aphrodito Papyri (London, 1910).
|ID||Name||Name in Source||Identity||S00033||Mary, Mother of Christ||Μαρία||Uncertain||S01613||Pinoution, saint with cult in Aphrodito, possibly the bishop of Antinoopolis associated with Kollouthos, physician and martyr||Πινουτίων||Certain|
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