|TM ID||TM 80753|
|Findspot (DEChriM ID)||- ()||Class||Textual|
|Text content||Literary, Uncertain|
Mertens-Pack 02799.050; Benedetti / Grandolini (2003): 297-301
The fragment is quite small (measuring 4.5 cm wide and 5 cm tall) and preserves 10 lines on the verso, and 8 lines on the recto. The script is somewhat different on both sides of the fragment, but the ed. pr. insists that both recto and verso have been written by the same scribe.
The verso appears to contain a Christian physiognomy, and presents words of discomfort or physical disabilities, such as τυφλός "blind" and κωφός "mute" (see l. 5-6).
The recto, due to the stylistic aspects and lexicon of l. 2-3 and 7-8, also appears to have a text with Christian connections. The topic appear to be pedagogical.
The text does not contain any diacritical marks or punctuation. A line-final nu is abbreviated in l. 6 recto.
Palaeography. Due to the rightleaning hand in the Severe style, the ed. pr. places the fragment in the 3/4 c.
|Absolute/relative date||Relative date|
Provenance is unknown.
Trieste, Private collection, inv. Daris P. 241