Identity documents are a key tool in modern regimes of affiliation. This chapter examines the physical nature of a variety of identity documents (passports, certificates of registration, tezkeres, and the like). It traces the protocols and practices that bureaucrats used to identify people on paper. Many newcomers to Alexandria lacked personal connections, and substituted paper vouchers of various kinds.
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