ed. J. E. G. Whitehorne
EES: Papyrology Room, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
Heracleides, an Alexandrian citizen presumably resident in Oxyrhynchus, writes concerning the admission of his son in absentia to the list of ephebes the usual route to citizenship of Alexandria during the Roman period. Heracleides' problems are compounded by inadequate paperwork: his son's name does not appear on the right list, and he lacks the documents to prove the young man's status.