- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
2Police Procedures and Petitions in Roman Egypt: The Role of Village Officials
3Private Associations and Village Life in Early Roman Egypt *
4Elders (Presbuteroi) of the Farmers and of the Village in Roman Egypt
5The Association of State Farmers and Its Role in Village Administration in Roman Egypt
6Record-Offices in Villages in Roman Egypt *
7Village or Town? Did It Matter for Making Wills in Roman Egypt?
8Private Banks in Villages of Roman Egypt
9Festivals and Ceremonies in the Countryside
10Fiscal Institution or Local Community?
11The Monastery of Apa Apollo as Landowner and Employer
12‘Great Men’, Churchmen, and the Others
- Village Institutions in Egypt in the Roman to Early Arab Periods
- Micaela Langellotti, Dominic Rathbone
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