|TM ID||TM 64328|
|Findspot (DEChriM ID)||- ()||Class||Textual|
Daris 1972: 114-115, no. 11.
Fragment (5.5 x 6.5 cm) from a folio containing a theological treatise.
The fragment is torn on all sides, and preserves parts of 8 lines of text on the recto and 9 lines on the verso. Due to its fragmentary state, it is difficult to decipher the sequence of the pages.
Within the text, the connective καί is abbreviated in l. 3 (recto) and there are several ligatures. There are no nomina sacra.
The text appears to be a theological treatise that concerns the superiority of agape over pistis. The content could suggest that the fragment belonged to a larger work.
The hand is a clear, semi-uncial with several ligatures, and the impression is that of a hasty, trained scribe; see Mugridge 2016: 398.
|Selection criteria||Literary genre (Theological)|
Palaeography. The semi-uncial, clear hand places the fragment in the end of the 3rd or beginning of the 4th c.; see ed. pr.
|Absolute/relative date||Relative date|
Provenance is unknown.
Milan, Università Cattolica, P.Med. 277.