|TM ID||TM 107756|
|Findspot (DEChriM ID)||29 (al-Mudil)||Class||Textual|
|Text content||Literary, Subliterary|
Acts-Codex in Coptic (M) containing Acts 1:1–15:3 and a snippet with 4 Kgs 1:2–3 in Coptic (M) as well as a saying from the Anthologia Graeca (IX 538) in Greek on the front paste down of the first quire with the beginning of Isocrates' Ad Demonicum 1 (in Greek) interspersed (school text).
Decoration on p. 215: crux ansata decorated with interlace ornament, enclosing bird, branch in beak; two birds on arms; flanked by two peacocks and two branches.
|Selection criteria||Literary genre (Biblical), Christian symbols/gestures/isopsephy, Nomina sacra, Coptic language|
Dialect, Codicology; note that Schenke dismissed a proposed date into 4th c. emphatically, which has been attributed to the codex earlier.
|Absolute/relative date||Relative date|
al-Mudil (so discussed as possibility by Schenke, 5), other scholars associated the codex with the Bodmer manuscripts, but the area of Oxyrhynchos seems more likely.
Purchased in Dec. 1961 from H.P. Kraus, New York for William S. Glazier (1907-1962), New York; then deposited in the Pierpont Morgan Library by the Trustees of the William S. Glazier Collection in 1963.
New York, Pierpont Morgan Library, Dept. of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts, G67.