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MD_TAGCLOUD: Folio from Paul’s First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
MD_SUBJECT: Folio from Paul’s First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
Description: Folio from Paul’s First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
MD_TAGCLOUD: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
MD_SUBJECT: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
Description: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
MD_TAGCLOUD: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
MD_SUBJECT: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
Description: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
MD_TAGCLOUD: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
MD_SUBJECT: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
Description: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
MD_TAGCLOUD: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
MD_SUBJECT: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
Description: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
MD_TAGCLOUD: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
MD_SUBJECT: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
Description: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
MD_TAGCLOUD: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
MD_SUBJECT: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
Description: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
MD_TAGCLOUD: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
MD_SUBJECT: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
Description: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
MD_TAGCLOUD: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
MD_SUBJECT: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
Description: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
MD_TAGCLOUD: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
MD_SUBJECT: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
Description: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
MD_TAGCLOUD: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
MD_SUBJECT: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
Description: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
MD_TAGCLOUD: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
MD_SUBJECT: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
Description: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
MD_TAGCLOUD: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
MD_SUBJECT: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
Description: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
MD_TAGCLOUD: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
MD_SUBJECT: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
Description: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
MD_TAGCLOUD: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
MD_SUBJECT: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.
Description: Folio from Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians from a codex containing the Pauline Epistles (P46), written in Greek with ink on papyrus; made in Egypt and dated c. 200 AD. The manuscript is the oldest surviving almost complete copy of the Pauline Epistles (P46); 86 of its original 112 folios survive. These are divided between the Chester Beatty (56) and the University of Michigan (30). Beatty acquired ten folios (including four pairs of conjoined leaves) in the early 1930s, with an additional 46 acquired in the mid-1930s. The manuscript is one of eleven Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri codices.

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