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P62 also as ‘‘Papyrus Osloensis’’, is a copy of the New Testament and Septuagint in Greek-Coptic. It is a papyrus manuscript of the Gospel of Matthew and Book of Daniel. The manuscript palaeographically has been assigned to the 4th century. The surviving text of Matthew are verses 11:25-30, they are in a fragmentary condition. It contains also fragments of Book of Daniel 3:51-53 and Odae (Papyrus 994 Rahlfs). Survived fragments of 13 leaves.

P62 also as ‘‘Papyrus Osloensis’’, is a copy of the New Testament and Septuagint in Greek-Coptic. It is a papyrus manuscript of the Gospel of Matthew and Book of Daniel. The manuscript palaeographically has been assigned to the 4th century. The surviving text of Matthew are verses 11:25-30, they are in a fragmentary condition. It contains also fragments of Book of Daniel 3:51-53 and Odae (Papyrus 994 Rahlfs). Survived fragments of 13 leaves.

Samuel Rutherford Sermons | SermonAudio.com

Samuel Rutherford Sermons | SermonAudio.com

The Works of the English and Scottish Reformers: The works of Tyndale - Google Books

The Works of the English and Scottish Reformers: The works of Tyndale - Google Books

'Do you see yonder wicket Gate?' Evangelist pointing Christian in Bunyan's Pilgrims Progress to the way of salvation

'Do you see yonder wicket Gate?' Evangelist pointing Christian in Bunyan's Pilgrims Progress to the way of salvation

The beginning of the Gospel of John, from Tyndale's 1525 translation of the New Testament.

The beginning of the Gospel of John, from Tyndale's 1525 translation of the New Testament.

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