This chapter concludes the book by providing an overall evaluation of the impact of petitioning and litigation on social control in Roman Egypt. It also discusses the limitations of our evidence, and suggests that the social historian of petitioning and litigation in this society is mostly limited to typological rather than quantitative analysis.
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