A landlady Victorina is known from three published papyri: P.Herm. 42, P.Bodl. 1 26 and P.Grenf. II 97. This article presents two new texts belonging to her dossier: P.Ryl. Greek Add. 1150 and P.Berol.inv. 9083, and a new edition of P.Herm. 42. Although there are no firm elements allowing us to know the precise location of Victorina's Egyptian estate nor any other information on her family background, the papyri present interesting material features and shed light on the mechanics of land management in Byzantine Egypt.