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Thursday, July 03, 2014

Papyri published in Journal of Biblical Literature (JBL)

Three New Coptic Papyrus Fragments of 2 Timothy and Titus (P. Mich. inv. 3535b)
Journal Journal of Biblical Literature
Publisher Society of Biblical Literature
ISSN 0021-9231 (Print)
1934-3876 (Online)
Issue Volume 133, Number 2 / Summer 2014
Pages 389-397
Online Date Tuesday, June 03, 2014
Brice C. Jones, Concordia University, 

Montreal, QC H4B 1R6, Canada
This article publishes for the first time the extant remains of a Sahidic Coptic papyrus codex containing portions of 2 Timothy 1-4 and Titus 1. The papyri are currently housed in the Univeristy of Michigan Papyrology Collection. Overlooked for nearly a century, these new papyri extend the manuscript evidence for the Sahidic text of these Deutero-Pauline epistles. The edition includes a transcription, paleographical analysis, commentary, as well as images of the fragment.