FaiyumIn the seventh year of the reign of Ptolemy son of Ptolemy and Cleopatra II, gods Epiphaneis, when Philostratos was priest of Alexander and the gods Soteres and the gods Adelphoi and the gods Euergetai and the gods Philopatores and the gods Epiphaneis and the gods Philometores, Aspasia daughter of Chrysermos being athlophoros of Berenice Euergetis, Isidora daughter of Apollonios being kanephoros of Arsinoe Philadelphos and Eirene daughter of Ptolemaios being priestess of Arsinoe Philopator, on the thirteenth of the month of Gorpiaios, being Phamenoth thirteenth, in Trikomia in  the division of Themistos in the Arsinoite Nome.

Judas son of Josephos, Jew of the epigone, has lent to Agathokles son of Ptolemaios, Jew, of the detachment of Molossos, taktomisthos [paymaster], stationed in the Herakleopolite Nome, two talents five hundred drachmas of copper money for twelve months from the date above written with interest at two drachmas per mina per month. This loan is the amount which Agathokles still owed to Judas out of five talents that he had received from Judas as an advance toward a retail trade business in partnership according to a written agreement, of which Ananias son of Jonathas, Jew of the epigone, is the guardian.

Source: Joseph Mélèze Modrzejewski. The Jews of Egypt. (p. 115)