The Nun on the Run: New Perspectives on P. Oxy. XLIII 3150
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P. Oxy. XLIII 3150 is a Greek letter datable to sixth century, after monastic dispositions of Justinian. It was writing by a nun who left her monastery, but she was forced back according to the Imperial law and monastic rules. The letter was written at the office of imperial scribes, so there is a legal background that explains the course of the events. It is corresponding to the legal dispositions that regulated the monastic life and monastic status.
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