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6 is P52; 9 is P1
No. 3 is P115, the fragment that contains the number of the beast.
8 appears to be P45
7 is P46
1. recto of P116 (showing Heb 2:9-11)2. a fragment of P118 (showing Rom 15:33-16:1)4. upper part of a leaf of P75 (P. Bodmer XV) (showing the ending of Luke)5. part of a leaf of P66 (showing John 7:34-35)10. part of the verso of P39 (showing John 8:14)
Well, obviously that was too easy. Do you want a harder one?
To make it even easier, how about lableing each photo in the original post?
That anonymous is not this anonymous - whoever that anonymous is. My eyes are still blurry from eye strain.Cheers,Malcolm