Papyrus 90, P90
`Abd ar-Rahman Robert Squires & M S M Saifullah
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First Composed: 5 April 2000
Last Updated: 5 April 2000
Papyrus 90 (P.Oxy. 3523), P90
2nd Century CE.
About 5.6 cm. x 15 cm. Click here for the image.
This is a tattered fragment coming from a papyrus codex.
Recto, John 18:36 - 19:1. Verso, John 19:2-7.
As might be expected, this papyri is too fragmentary for any textual affiliations to be discerned. It is not noticeably close to P66 nor to the Coptic, nor does it support or B in singular or near-singular readings. Generally speaking, the verses in this papyri approximates very close to the Textus Receptus.
The script is a well-formed small rounded capital, basically bilinear.
Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, United Kingdom.
 A. K. Bowman et al., The Oxyrhynchus Papyri, L, 1983, 3 ff. (No. 3523).
The New Testament Manuscripts