1st C. BCE. A single Greek word, Ginesthoi, or "Make It So," at the bottom of a papyrus may have been written by the Egyptian Queen Cleopatra VII. It grants tax exemption for sale of 300 tons of wheat in exchange for 34,000 gallons of Roman wine by an associate of Marc Antony. An internal administrative note intended for a bureaucratic official prepared by court scribes, the approval of an edict is said to be only possible by Cleopatra herself. It was reused and found in a mummy case.