1 … and in addition, they (i.e., Petesouchos and Onnophris [see below]) beat the aforementioned
phyla with the hard clubs they had in hand, hurling him onto the ground. And since
they did these things in a rebellious manner, and both abused my sheep and departed,
taking with them whatever they wanted, and deliberately scattered, I submit this report,
so that coming, you may see the loss that occurred, and you may guard the sheep, and
you may stand Petesouchos, along with Onnophris, before the proper officials, so that
they may receive a fitting punishment… (and) they may be forced to compensate me for
the loss. I have also submitted (a report) to the customary officials. Year…
12 To Imouthes, phylakitês.
24 (in a second hand) Copy of a notification against Petesouchos and Onnophris. (J.
Bauschatz, Law and Enforcement, pp58–59)