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Artefact ID397
TM IDTM 61866
Findspot (DEChriM ID)-   ()
Writing mediumCodex
Text contentLiterary

Miscellanea Neotestamentica 1; Gregory-Aland 0270; Uncial 0270; Amst. inv. 200 
A decently sized parchment fragment (10,5 cm x 15,5 cm) of a folio containing Paulus Corinthians 15:10-15 and 15:19-25.
The script is written in the majuscle. For punctuation, the text uses high points (see l. 1, 2 and 8) with a dicolon in l. 10. There is one instance of the lectional sign trema, and a rough breathing is marked above an eta between l. 1 and 2. It contains two different nomina sacra (for θεός and Χριστός), one of which occurs superlinearly between l. 1 and 2, following the aspirate eta. A couple of superlinear corrections can be seen in l. 6, 10 and 13.

Selection criteriaLiterary genre (Biblical), Nomina sacra
Date from300
Date to499
Dating criteria

Palaeography. The Biblical majuscule points to a date between the late 4th and early 5th c.; see ed. pr.

Absolute/relative dateRelative date
Archaeological context

Find site and provenance is unknown. In the of 1978, the editor notes that the Library of Amsterdam had only recently acquired the fragment.

Accession number

Amsterdam, University Library, shelf number GX 200.


Editio princeps:

∙ Smit Sibinga, Joost. 1978. Miscellanea Neotestamentica. Vol. 1. Papyrus no. 1, 23-44.

Additional bibliography:

∙ Elliott, J. K. 1994. "Rezension: The Twentyseventh Edition of Nestle-Alands´s Novum Testamentum Graece". Theologische Revue 90 (1). 20–23.

∙ Krause, G., and G. Müller. 1980. TRE Theologische Realenzyklopädie, Bd. 6. Bibel - Böhmen und Mähren. Vol. 6. Walter de Gruyter.

∙ Schnabel, E. J. 2006. Der erste Brief des Paulus an die Korinther. Holzgerlingen: Wuppertal R. Brockhaus Giessen Brunnen-Verlag.

Sofia Heim, 2021
Suggested citation
Sofia Heim, 2021, "Artefact ID 397", 4CARE database - Fourth-Century Christian Archaeological Record of Egypt,