P46 Manuscript, Romans 15.20-28, real papyrus facsimile

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P46 Manuscript, Romans 15.20-28, real papyrus facsimile

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"Papyrus 46" is one of the oldest New Testament manuscripts in Greek. It was written, on Papyrus, from the year 175 to 225. The manuscript is split up into two collections, one part in the Chester Beatty library in Dublin, and the other half resides at the University of Michigan papyrus Collection. The P46 manuscript contains most of the Pauline epistles, with some parts missing. This facsimile is of the Collection from the University of Michigan. This Facsimile is a single piece of the collection, printed on imported Egyptian papyrus! The papyrus is aged to look period correct, and is sure to impress any collector. The  piece comes with the frame as shown. The frame is 8in x 10in.

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