Nine documents from the Duke Papyrus Archive reveal much about the careers of two high-ranking officials and their activities in the Herakleopolite nome during the late second century B.C.: Ariston, ton proton philon, strategos, nomarches and epi ton prosodon, and Lochos, ton proton philon and possibly the well-known strategos of the Thebaid.
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