|TM ID||TM 107816|
|Findspot (DEChriM ID)||31 (Dayr al-Balāyza)||Class||Textual|
P.Bal. I 7
"Two parchment fragments forming a single leaf containing II (IV) Kings XIV, 17-22, 24, 25, 27-29, XVIII, 13-23 and four small unidentified fragments" (Kahle 1954, 322) written in Coptic (Sahidic dialect).
Schüssler 2012, sa 137:
MS Copt. d. 12/1 (P)a (= 4 Rg 14,17-19.20*.21-22.24-25.27-29)
|Selection criteria||Literary genre (Biblical), Coptic language|
|Absolute/relative date||Relative date|
All of the material published by Kahle in 1954 was excavated in early 1907 at a monastery of Saint Apollo under the direction of Flinders Petrie (Kahle 1954, 2-3). There were no records indicating precise find-spots of the manuscripts, Crum states that they were scattered “around the ruin” and that they were “clearly the débris of the monastic library and charter room” (Crum 1907, 39).
Oxford, Bodleian Library MS. Copt. d. 12 (1-2)