|Date||II²–III (151 - 220)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Origin uncertain. Found at Oxyrhynchus and now numbered P. Oxy. 871. A terminus ante quem for the Latin script is provided by part of a document on the verso in Greek cursive, probably of the fifth century.
|TM Number||TM 64604|
|Contents||Fragmentum Operis Philosophici.|
Script is sloping expert Rustic capital: F narrow, the hasta high; G has a small tail; i-longa occurs with no special reason (quI, l.5); M and N are broad; striking is Q with a longish tail sweeping beneath the two following letters.
☛CLA date changed from saec. III, to follow P. Radiciotti, Scrittura e Civiltà 24 (2000), p. 365 n. 17. ☛Formerly Princeton, University Library CC 0174.6.871.
|Last modified||29 April 2019|