Background and Physical Properties
- under research; contact institution
- 31 x 29 cm
- 9 lines
- Palaeographic Description
- The hand is large and irregular, of same type as first hand in inv. no 1191. Like inv. no 1191 it appears to be written on a large sheet of papyrus, parallel to the short side of the papyrus; not a leaf from a codex. Of the three fragments one appears to be the bottom of the sheet and contains on the verso a few letters from the end of the text, and a croix pattee. The rest of the space was left blank and has been used for notes in a Byzantine cursve.
- Ann Arbor
- VIIth-VIIth century A.D.
- The papyrus was purchased from Nahman in 1925 and came to University in October 1926 as a gift of Oscar Weber and Richard H. Webber (of Detroit)
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- Advanced Papyrological Information System (APIS UM)