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Volume / Number: S / **208

CLA **208
  • Cairo Eygpt Egyptian Museum SR 3796 25/1/55/2 (11) Ro
  • London United Kingdom British Library Pap. 1532 Ro
Script Early or Mixed Half-Uncial
Date III¹ (201 - 250)
Origin and Provenance

Written presumably in Africa and not in Egypt, if we may be guided by the evidence furnished by the other members of this group. Found at Oxyrhynchus in 1934 along with cursive documents of the second, third, and fourth centuries.

CLA Vol. S
TM Number TM 61429
Support Papyrus
Contents Livius, Ab Urbe Condita (Epitome fragm. 37–40, 47–55).
Script Commentary

Noteworthy features are: the very pointed bow of A, N with the first upright descending below the line and with the peculiar position of its middle stroke, and the s made of three strokes; the diminished size of o doubtless derives from Greek calligraphy. For further details, see under London (CLA 2.208).


☛Cavenaile, CPL 33 + 34. ☛DCLP.

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