Papyrus 32, P32
`Abd ar-Rahman Robert Squires & M S M Saifullah
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First Composed: 13 April 2000
Last Updated: 13 April 2000
Papyrus 32 (Gr. P. 5), P32
c. 200 CE.
Probably Oxyrhynchus, Egypt.
About 10.6 cm. x 4.9 cm. There is one column and about 13 and 14 lines per page.
There is only one leaf.
It contain Titus 1:11-15 (recto) and Titus 2:3-8 (verso).
The Alands say that this manuscript is "at least normal" (i.e., the text is somewhere between "normal" and "strict"). According to Metzger, P32 shows agreement with and with F and G. Since F and G, a nearly identical manuscripts, go back to the same archtype, it is quite possible that P32 could be linked to the same source.
The words are slightly separated. Accents, breathings and punctuation marks are absent.
John Ryland University Library, Manchester, United Kingdom.
 A. S. Hunt, Catalogue Of The Greek Papyri In The John Rylands Library, I, 1911-, Manchester, pp. 10-11.
 William Henry Paine Hatch, The Principal Uncial Manuscripts Of The New Testament, 1939, The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Plate III.
The New Testament Manuscripts