The first line is written in red. The recto is six lines long and the verso has the beginning of six lines of Demotic.
Ist-IIIrd century A.D. (roman period)
Purchased by Boak in 1925. Arrived at the University of Michigan in October 1926. Described as coming from Oxyrhynchus.
Type of Text/Title of Work
The papyrus consists of two fragments. Fragment a: there are two crudely done drawings on the verso. One is a falcon and the other is a bird with a worm in its mouth and a little chick at its feet. Fragment b: has a blackborder and each line of text is separated by a black line. The first line is written in red. The recto is six lines long and the verso has the beginning of six lines of Demotic.
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