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The writing is an upright square uncial of
There are only two or three corrections by a
second hand and these are not important. They seem
contemporary and so are probably from the
Dated to the
This manuscript was
purchased by Mr. Freer from an Arab dealer
named Ali in Gizeh near Cairo on December 19th,
[Sanders 1918, 251]
Only the Epistle to the Hebrews is covered here.
This is a digital rendition of Sanders' 1918 edition that
applies methods described in the article
Three referencing systems are employed, using milestones to mark state transitions: (1) book, chapter and verse; (2) quire, page and line; (3) paragraphs. The third system records scribal paragraph divisions.
The manuscript is in Koiné Greek. Discussion of the manuscript is in English, with some Latin.
αυτον is perhaps written in the margin by the second hand.
The first hand wrote ου in an erasure.
You expressed a wish, above, saying that you neither desired nor took pleasure in sacrifices and offerings...(I owe this insight to Dr. Richard K. Moore, my PhD supervisor.)