PW 7 – Inv 219
( . . . although it is necessary)? that the appointed senators concern themselves with those who must clean Trajan’s canal and having been entrusted (with that responsibility) keep an eye on both expenditures and the supervisors who have received public funds and, in addition to these, on the foremen of those who were working at that time so that the accuracy of all these in their accounts which are always requested is determined and made clear. But there is need for this reminder of the audit and for the presence of Kanos the scriniarius or numerarius of the office of your highness, since he has, so to speak, the entire basis for action.