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New Testament Papyri

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P1 (ca A.D. 250)

 

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Matthew 1:1-9, 12-13

 

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Matthew 1:14-20, 23

 

 

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P2 (ca. A.D. 550)

 

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John 12:12-15

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P3 (6th–7th Century)

  

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Luke 7:36-45

 

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Luke 10:38-42

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P4 (ca. late 2nd - early 3rd century)

 

It is difficult to find quality images of P4 online.

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There are 6 fragments of this papyrus.

 

This papyrus contains Luke: 1:58-59; 1:62-2:1; 2:6-7; 3:8-4:2; 4:29-32, 34-35; 5:3-8; 5:30-6:16.

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P5 (ca. A.D. 250)

 

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John 1:33-40, 20:11-17

 

I cannot find the other image for P5 (John 1:23-31, 20:19-25).

 

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John 16:14-22

 

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John 16:22-30

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P6 (ca. A.D. 350)

 

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John 10:1-2, 4-7, 9-10

 

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John 11:1-8

 

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John 11:45

 

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John 11:46-52

 

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P7 (3rd-4th Century)

 

Luke 4:1-3

 

Images not available.

 

NTVMR.UNI-MUENSTER.DE

 

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P8 (ca. A.D. 350)

 

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Acts 4:31-47, 6:8-13

 

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Acts 5:2-9, 6:1-6

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P9 (ca. A.D. 250)

 

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1 John 4:11-12

 

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1 John 4:15-16

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P10 (ca. 350)

 

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Romans 1:1-7

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P11 (ca. A.D. 550)

 

There are 17 fragments for this papyrus.

 

1 Cor. 1:17-22, 2:9-12, 2:14, 3:1-3, 3:5-6, 4:3, 5:5, 5:7-8, 6:5-9, 6:11-18; 7:3-6, 7:10-11, 7:12-14

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P12 (ca. A.D. 250)

 

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Hebrews 1:1

 

The majority of this papyrus contains Genesis 1.  Another author has penned in Hebrews 1:1 at the top of the second column.

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P 13 (There is some debate as to the date of this papyrus.  It is usually date to 3rd or 4th century.  However Philip W Comfort and David P Barrett suggest a date of ca. A.D. 225-250).

 

Hebrews 2:14-5:5, 10:8-22, 10:29-11:13, 11:28-12:17

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P14 (ca. A.D. 450)

 

Images not available.  There are 7 fragments.

 

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1 Cor. 1:25-27; 2:6-8; 3:8-10; 3:19-20)

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