The text runs along the fibers. Medium-sized letters written in a professional cursive hand.
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)
Type of Text/Title of Work
on both sides, the papyrus was first used for an Arabic text (Recto: 6 + 1 lines, in 2 columns; Verso: 1 line), which is unpublished. Another text, Greek, with lighter ink is written verticallly to the arabic text.
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