P. Duke Inv. 1377 (𝔓136)

A Fragmentary Acts of the Apostles Papyrus

in Novum Testamentum
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Abstract

Editio princeps of P. Duke Inv. 1377 (GA 𝔓136), a sixth-century papyrus rotulus containing Acts 4:27-31 and Acts 7:26-30, complete with data from 3-D imaging analysis, multi-spectral imaging, and Raman spectral analysis.

P. Duke Inv. 1377 (𝔓136)

A Fragmentary Acts of the Apostles Papyrus

in Novum Testamentum

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    LDAB search on bookform = rotulus. Distribution of dates: 2 dated to the fourth century; 1 dated to the fourth or fifth century; 3 dated to the fifth century; 7 dated to the sixth century; 3 dated to sixth or seventh century; 2 dated to seventh or eighth century; 3 dated to seventh through tenth century; 1 dated to eighth century; 1 dated to eighth or ninth century; and 1 dated to tenth century.
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    Reconstructed digital elevation model with a resolution of 1.60305e-005 m/pix and a point density of 3.89141e+009 points/meter2.
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    Image comparisons of the papyrus under visible light (top) and 780 nm infrared light (bottom), where stains impact text visibility at line 07, recto (lines 06 and 07 are pictured). Note the clarification of the word δυο at the left side of the image and the number ΞΌ at the right.
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    Process of preparing curves for peak fitting. Upper left: raw, uncorrected data. Upper right: smoothed curve after multiplying data points by a scaling factor. Bottom left: fitting a linear baseline. Bottom right: final plot once background and linear baseline are subtracted. Note there is still a lot of noise in the data.
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    Modern mock-up fitted peaks.
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    Two-peak fit for 𝔓136.
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    Residual plot for the 2-peak fit for 𝔓136. Notice a clear pattern of the residuals, indicating that it is not a good model.
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    Three-peak fit for 𝔓136
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    Residual plot for the 3-peak fit for 𝔓136. Notice that the residuals are scattered in a more random pattern, indicating the relative appropriateness of this fit.

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