Papyrus: 76 x 92 mm Recto, 8 lines Verso, 5 lines Margins: Recto, no margins Verso, no margins ----- The recto contains a text written in either Greek or Coptic. The verso contains a text, perhaps written in Arabic.
Genre: Recto, Document Verso, Document (?) Language: Greek (?) Egyptian\Coptic (?) Acquisition Information, 1927: Purchased in Egypt on behalf of Yale, with funds that may have been donated by the General Education Fund of the Rockefeller Foundation's General Education Board. The dealers' names are given as Harold Idris Bell reported them in his 1927 report. P.CtYBR inv. 137-151, 162-167, 240, 279, 280, 2126-2146, were purchased by Dr. David L. Askren, late 1926 or early 1927. The manuscripts were brought to Yale from the British Museum between 9 May and 11 October 1927. This papyrus previously had two inventory numbers (P.CtYBR inv. 148A and 148B), which have been consolidated into one. ----- References: Bell II 160C
Two separate documents are recorded on the recto and verso of this papyrus. The recto and verso contain documents.
Arabic Coptic Greek, Ancient (to 1453)
Archives or Manuscripts
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P.CtYBR inv. 148
Yale Papyrus Collection
Number of Pages: 2
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