But there Books V and VI of Homer's Iliad (P 1), and three comedies of Menander (Dyskolos (P 4), Samia and Aspis) appear among the Bodmer Papyri, as well as gospel texts: Papyrus 66 (P 66), is a text of the Gospel of John,  dating around 200CE, in the manuscript tradition called the Alexandrian text-type. Well it’s been a while (7 months to be exact), but there’s finally a new update for TWTY! Provenance. Codex Vaticanus is one of the oldest extant manuscripts of the Greek Bible (Old and New Testament) dating from the fourth century AD. x 16.2 cm. Public images are from the Chester Beatty Collection. Jabal Abu Mana, just north of the Dishna plain and 12 kms east of Jabal al-Tarif. Papyrus 66 is a late second or early third century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus. Click here for the images.. This one is the entire transcription and translation of Papyrus 66, a famous manuscript containing almost the entire eye-witness account of Yahuchanon (John).. We provide that Greek text so that you can begin to read the first line of John 1 in this manuscript and confirm for yourself that those are the very same words that John wrote in his Gospel: Papyrus 66. from c. 175AD or earlier. Papyrus 66 in English Papyrus 66 (also referred to as 66 ) is a near complete codex of the Gospel of John, and part of the collection known as the Bodmer Papyri. THE IDENTITY OF THE NEW TESTAMENT TEXT edited by Wilbur Pickering The best single book (facsimile) documenting that the most recent scholarship and collation of the papyri prove that the KJV readings are earlier than those in modern versions. 3 (ita), which is IV century, and the NA27 has support Papyrus 66, the year 200. Date. Papyrus 66, P 66. 2nd Century CE. Abstract : A transcription of the text of John in Papyrus 66 (Cologny, Bibliotheca Bodmeriana, P. Bodmer II) produced by members of the International Greek New Testament Project working towards the Novum Testamentum Graecum - Editio Critica Maior edition of the Gospel according to John. earlier than the Majority Text reading, since the earliest MT reading is supported by the old Italic manuscript No. Size. There are 39 folios (= 78 leaves, 156 pages). About 14.2 cm. Taken together, I believe there is a strong circumstantial case that Fritz is the forger [of the papyrus text] or knows who is.” Fritz denied all of these accusations. Text: Language: Greek: Image Type: Digital: Ink: Black: Material: Papyrus: Description: Late second or early third century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 leaf, single column, 10–11 lines per column. The text of both the Septuagint and the New Testament has been heavily annotated by a series of early correctors. Name. Scans of Papyrus 66, an ancient manuscript of the Gospel of John. Images from … An icon used to represent a menu that can be toggled by interacting with this icon.