Text from Acts of the Apostle. Acts 4:27-31 written across the fibers, Acts 7:26-30 written parallel to the fibers.
Text oriented in opposite directions on two sides, ruling out codex form; possibly issued originally as a bookroll or rotulus.
Title devised by cataloger.
Date estimated from comparison to dated papyri (P.Genev.Inv. 210, Pap.Berol. 7027, P. Monts. Roca 224) written in similar hands.
Layout: 1 column of 6-7 lines; unruled; text written against the fibers.
Script: Written in a chancery hand, with characters slanting to the right; some letters have the Byzantine form of shaping.
Item cataloged in hand and from previous description: Smith, W. A. Smith, V. H. P. Duke Inv. 1377 (P136): a fragmentary Acts of the Apostles Papyrus.
Text varies from Nestle-Aland 28th edition Novum Testamentum Graecum in 3 locations, most significantly at 3v (Acts 4:28), which reads η χειρ σου και η δουλη instead of η χειρ σου και η βουλη σου.
Former shelfmark: Muro Ms no. f0dr.
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Early Manuscripts collection
Greek and Arabic Manuscripts in both roll and codex form from the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library dating from the 9th – 19th centuries