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P.Vindob.G 2325: The So-Called Fayûm-Gospel—Re-Edition And Some Critical Conclusions

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This chapter analyses P.Vindob.G 2325, the fragment of the so-called Fayûm-Gospel of the Papyrus Collection of the Austrian National Library in Vienna, to point out that essential conclusions can be drawn from a detailed investigation into the papyrus itself and that they can be made utilizable for further discussions of diverse problems even in related academic disciplines. The papyrus fragment is at most 3.5 cm high and 4.3 cm wide, and has seven lines of writing on one side only parallel to the horizontal papyrus fibers (recto). The individual letters of P.Vindob. G 2325 are not strictly separated from each other, but touch each other occasionally.

Keywords: Fayûm-Gospel; horizontal papyrus fibers; P.Vindob. G 2325



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