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Papyrusfragmente, evtl. aus dem Wadi Murabbaʿat

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Abstract The article is a publication of a lot of tiny papyrus fragments from the collection of the Museum of the Studium Biblicum Franciscanum in Jerusalem. The fragments are archaeologically unprovenanced, they might come from Wadi Murabbaʿat. Six of them have legible remains of letters. Two of them may be identified as fragments of Mur174 (from the same museum’s collection), one might be part of Mur115, one of Mur133. The appendix gives a few improved reconstructions of Mur115, by the late H. J. Polotsky.

Affiliations: 1: Studium Biblicum Franciscanum POB 19424, 91193 Jerusalem Israel


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