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Antichresis Agreement

On the other hand, Roman-Egyptian materials show remarkable continuity. After the Constitutio Antoniniana, all free residents of Roman Egypt became Roman citizens and were then subject to Roman law. However, anti-carbon credits in contracts seem almost unscathed by the great change brought about by this Constitution. From the first century BC to the Arab conquest, the sources of Antichressis are readily available for every century33. The second text, perhaps concerning Antichressis, is Flor.D. 13,7,35,1: A possible indication of antichressis in the first century in Pompeii is the Mancipatio Pompeiana of CIL IV 3340,155: K. Verboven et al., Pistoi dia ten technén, bankers, loans and archives in antiquity, in: Studies in honor of Raymond Bogaert, Leuven 2008, p. 196 and 471. On the other hand, in Roman Egypt, not only slaves, but also free and freed people have sometimes been the subject of an anti-chemical loan called Paramon 73. However, slaves were much more often the object of paramonies than free or liberated persons.

In order to maintain a slave of credit or free (d) persons remained with the creditor (), so that during the term of the loan creditors could benefit from the work of these people. To P. Diog. 16, 22-23 (207 AD, Crocodilopolis) a slave waitress service was the subject of Paramona to obtain a loan of 654 drachmas: ἐπὶ εῖνιν τὴν καὶ αὐτοῦ ἀντὶ . 206 AD ] served his slave Pasistilla, aka Kouneinis, instead of interest). This form of Antichrese could come from the Attic legal system, as found in the discourse against Aphobus de Demosthenes, one of the main sources of Attic law, οἳ (27.9): κλινοποιοὺς δ εἴκοσι τὸν ἀτελεῖς , 74 . In the example given, however, the question remained as to what would happen to the twelve minaes. In Roman Egypt, an independent right to antichrese is found more often in the papyri than in combination with the pledge right52. Independent anti-game credit is often certified as a “right to live.” Without the right to pledge, the anti-schetic creditor could occupy a (part of) the debtor or lease it to third parties. This institution is located in Greek papyri from the 3rd century BC. Ptolemy Egypt53 in BGU XIV 2395 (222-221 BC, Takona) until the 3rd century AD Roman Egypt to z.B P.

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