Reading the Papyri: P46 Introduction About P46 Features of the Codex Reading the Text Putting it All Together

::About P46::

What makes P46 so important and exciting to scholars? Its age and state of preservation. Not only is P46 the oldest surviving manuscript containing the Pauline Epistles, it is also in remarkably good condition considering its age. These qualities not only make P46 a fantastic resource for scholars, but they capture the fascination of anyone interested in the history of the Bible.

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