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What did the Ancient Scribes Write on - Part 1 - Papyri Scribal Methods & Materials

    • Society & Culture

The earliest material used to record the New Testament on was papyri. Papyrus fragments are most often the earliest New Testament manuscripts available. This makes these the closest documents to the original documents of the New Testament. In this video, Dr. Daniel B. Wallace discusses the composition, use, and cataloging of papyrus fragments.

The earliest material used to record the New Testament on was papyri. Papyrus fragments are most often the earliest New Testament manuscripts available. This makes these the closest documents to the original documents of the New Testament. In this video, Dr. Daniel B. Wallace discusses the composition, use, and cataloging of papyrus fragments.

3 min

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