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

::Putting it All Together::

After spending a long time analyzing each letter at close range, it is important to put all the words together and get the big picture. The links below explore a few broader aspects of the codex P46.

Studying papyri, New Testament or otherwise, is an exciting way to explore the ancient world, and it is the one of the few opportunities we have to connect with the distant past directly through the words of ancient authors. Visit our website, Reading the Papyri, to see more examples of writing from the ancient world.

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This website can only briefly cover many aspects of P46 and New Testament papyri in general. If you are interested in the topics presented here, or if you have any questions about P46 or other New Testament papyri and would like to know more, please consult this List of Resources.

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