|TM ID||TM 64501|
|Findspot (DEChriM ID)||28 (al-Bahnasā)||Class||Textual|
P.Oxy. X 1224; Ap12; Oxyrhynchus Gospel 1224
Two fragments of a papyrus folio containing apocryphal sayings of Jesus.
The fragments preserve an uncanonical gospel, and are probably bifolios. The second fragment contains two columns of text (with columnal pagination), recto and verso. The text contains an account of Jesus dining with a sinner, including a vision of Jesus and an instruction to pray for one's enemies together with parallels to Mark 2:17 and Luke 9:50.
The first fragment is quite small, and only one instance of pagination is preserved. The highly fragmented text presents a direct statement of Jesus. The hand is a biblical majuscule.
The preserved columns are numbered 139 (frg. 1), 143(conjectured)-144, 145(conjectured)-146.
|Selection criteria||Literary genre (Non-canonical)|
|Absolute/relative date||Relative date|
Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS. Gr. th. e. 8 (P).