The Marriage of Roman Soldiers (13 BC-AD 235): Law and Family in the Imperial Army

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PAPYROLOGICAL EDITIONS
P. Berol. 6866 + P. Aberd. 133 = RMR 70 186
BGU 113 = W. Chr. 458 = CIL XVI App. 4 = Daris (1964), 92 61–62
BGU 140 = M. Chr. 373 = FIRA I 78 = Sel. Pap. II 213 = Daris (1964), 108 38–40, 133, 203, 218 n. 84, 309, 316, 319
BGU 265 = W. Chr. 459 = CIL XVI App. 3 = Daris (1964), 93 62
BGU 326 = M. Chr. 316 = Sel. Pap. I 85 = FIRA III 50 165, 226, 234, 236, 241 n. 48
BGU 327 = W. Chr. 61 = FIRA III 65 218 n. 84, 221–22
BGU 1690 = FIRA III 5 = CPL 160 41, 226
BGU 628 = FIRA I 56 311 n. 53
P. Catt. recto = Meyer Jur. Pap. (1920), 22 = FIRA III 19 = Daris (1964), 3 22–33, 39–40, 46, 133, 144, 199, 200, 218, 226, 234, 312, 317–18
P. Columbia VIII 221 = SB 10530 187, 221
CPL 120 = P. Lond. inv. 229 = FIRA III 132 273
CPL 159 = P. Diog. I 41, 43
P. Gen. Lat. I = RMR 68 182
CPL 221 = FIRA III 47 219–20
ILS 6088 = FIRA I (ed. 2) 23 308 n. 42
P. Lond. inv. 2505 = P. Diog. 5
P. Mich. III 169 = FIRA III 4 = CPL 162 41 n. 74, 42, 119, 223, 225, 317
P. Mich. III 203 = SB 7356 34 nn. 48–49, 125, 226, 305
P. Mich. VII 436 = CPL 161 42, 219–20
P. Mich VII 442 = FIRA III 20 47–49, 81, 216, 226
OGIS II 674 = IGRR I.5 no. 1183 = SB V 8904 = Bernand (1984), 67 245
SB 6304 = FIRA III 134 = CPL 193 184 n. 127, 233
P. Tebt. 104 = Sel. Pap. I 2 273 n. 39
P. Wisc. 14 = P. Lugd. Bat. XVI 14 206–7, 220, 226
W. Chr. 463 = ILS 9059 = CIL XVI App. 12 = FIRA I 76 = CPL 104 =
Daris (1964) 104

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