Papyrus collection of Flavius Abinnaeus, who was praefectus alae in Dionysia (Egypt) between AD 342 and 351. This collection contains letters, contracts, invoices, and tax and other rolls, which are, at least in part, well-preserved and provide excellent insight into daily life in Egypt in the fourth century. The papyri are collected in Bell  (additions in [2; 3] and ).
1 H. I. Bell et al., The Abinnaeus Archive, 1962
2 R. Rémondon, Militaires et civils dans une campagne Égyptienne au temps de Constance II,…