- Title Pages
- List of Tables
- Notes for Readers
2Petitions and Social History
3Legal Control in Roman Egypt
4Who Used the Justice System?
5Political Ideologies in the Legal Realm
6Hierarchy and Group Solidarity
7Private Dispute Resolution and the Shadow of the Law
8Vexatious and Vexing Litigation
APPENDIX IPetitions Involving Disputes
APPENDIX IIPetitions without Disputes
APPENDIX IIIReports of Proceedings
- Index Locorum
- General Index
- Petitions, Litigation, and Social Control in Roman Egypt
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