|Date||III (201 - 300)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Found at Batn-Harît in the Fayûm, Egypt. Origin uncertain. The verso was used for writing a Greek cursive text, ca. saec. III med. The Berlin fragment, recognized by Seymour de Ricci as a membrum disiectum to the Oxford part was removed to Russia after 1945; no facsimile is known to exist.
|TM Number||TM 62938|
|Contents||Ulpianus, Ad Edictum (45, fragm.).|
Script is rapid and expert: letters have a decided slope to the right; some are capitals, some have the forms assumed later by the uncial type; b alone has the half-uncial form; many ligatures. See also under CLA 12.**249.
☛CLA first-edition date (II–III) changed to follow second edition. ☛Cavenaile, CPL 71.
|Last modified||22 June 2017|