Part One. The Greek Papyri — Codex IX (Codex_Part_I_IX)
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Fifty small bits of papyrus written in hands of the late third or early fourth century A.D. Only seven are large enough to preserve a few words. The backs are blank unless otherwise noted.

146. IX 1c. 4.6 × 2.8. Written in a hand very similar to, and perhaps identical with, that of 44 and 45. It may further be part of the same text as the following fragment. A top margin seems to be preserved.

φιλουμ . [

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The Brussels MS reads φίλου μο[υ. On the plate the proper name Φιλουύμε̣[νος also appears to be possible.


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] Φαῆρις α̣[

147. IX 2c. 5 × 2.8 cm. Possibly from the sa…

Cite this page
Barns, J. W. B. and Shelton, John C., “Part One. The Greek Papyri — Codex IX (Codex_Part_I_IX)”, in: The Coptic Gnostic Library — A Complete Edition of the Nag Hammadi Codices, Editor in Chief: James M. Robinson. Consulted online on 16 February 2019 <>
First published online: 2012

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