|Date||V–VI (401 - 600)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written probably in North Africa. Found in 1918 in a cave near Tebessa, Algeria, by M. Reygasse, administrator of the district. Given by him to Stephen Gsell, Professor at the Collège de France, who in turn presented it to the Bibliothèque Nationale between 1918 and 1920.
|TM Number||TM 64661|
|Contents||Tractatus de Manichaeis (fragm.).|
Script is a small irregular half-uncial in which a is regularly uncial; the eye of uncial E is open; Ᵹ has the transition form between uncial and half-uncial; N is distinctly broad; the shoulder of r dips very low; os, nt ligatures are used at line-ends.
☛Stein, M., Manichaica Latina. 3.1. Codex Thevestinus (Pap. Colon. 27) pp. 4–109.
|Last modified||26 June 2017|