Write Me, Let Me Know You’re Ok — SENTENTIAE ANTIQUAE


P.Oxy.14.1666, From Pausanias to Heraclides, 3rd Century CE “Brother, please write me about your family’s safety, since I heard that there was a plague in your part of Antinoopolis. So don’t forget to write me so that I can be happier about you. Say hello to my mother, the master of the house, my sister […]

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