|Date||VI (501 - 600)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Origin uncertain, presumably in an important centre of legal studies in the Eastern part of the Roman Empire and probably in Berytos. Acquired by the John Rylands Library in 1917.
|TM Number||TM 61414|
|Contents||Iustinianus, Digesta (220.127.116.11), Edicta (26); Ulpianus, Opus incertum?|
Script is sloping early half-uncial with uncial admixture (A, G, S) to be compared with Reinach Papyrus 2219 at the Sorbonne (CLA 5.700) and Colt Papyrus 1 in New York (CLA 11.1652):the bow of A is oval and the oblique second stroke tends to be curved, as in Greek; the tail of G is long; the foot of L goes below the line, extending beneath the following letter; the bows of p and q are compressed; the upright of r goes below the line; the cross-stroke of t has a thickening at both ends; u is cup-shaped. Two contemporary glosses are seen on fragment b: one on the recto in Greek, the other on the verso in Latin.
☛CLA date (V) changed to follow date of text. ☛S. Ammirati, JJP 40 (2010), p. 89. ☛McNamee, Annotations (ASP 45, 2007), p. 507 no. 2974.
|Last modified||04 July 2017|