|TM ID||TM 107763|
|Findspot (DEChriM ID)||30 (al-Ašmūnayn)||Class||Textual|
P.Lond.Copt. II 1; Budge's Deuteronomy Codex
Papyrus codex containing Deuteronomy, Jonah, Acts and the Apocalypse of Elijah written in Coptic (Saidic dialect). One claim is that it was found "between the feet of a chained mummy interred in a decorated coffin in a Roman Period tomb" (Layton 1987, 4) but other accounts of its discovery differ notably.
From PAThs: Seventeen Greek papyri have been used for the binding (London, BL, Pap 2020-2036, of which Pap 2020 is a literary text.
|Selection criteria||Literary genre (Biblical), Literary genre (Non-canonical), Coptic language|
Context, palaeography of the documentary papyri found in the book binding (as terminus ante quem non: 320) and of the subscription in Coptic using Greek cursive (Kenyon: mid 4th c.; Orsini: first half of 4th c. to second half of 5th c.).
|Absolute/relative date||Relative date|
London, British Library Or. 7594 [P. Lond. Copt. II 1] [Budge's Deuteronomy Codex]