20 Sebat, year 2 of an unspecified reign, possibly that of Alexander the Great, in which case it would correspond to 12 February 329 BC
ink on leather
written in Official Aramaic
41.5 x 9.6cm
The document is made up of two pieces of leather of uneven colour that have been sewn together. The recto lists quantities of plain flour for the servants and the camel-drivers. The list on the verso includes wine for the superintendents and vinegar for provisions.
J. Naveh & S. Shaked, Aramaic Documents from Ancient Bactria (Fourth Century BCE), London 2012, no.C3, pp.192–7.