Papyrus 24, P24
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First Composed: 8 April 2000
Last Updated: 8 April 2000
Papyrus 24 (OP 1230), P24
Late 3rd or early 4th Century CE.
About 4.1 cm. x 7 cm.
It contain fragment of a leaf from a codex.
It contains Revelation 5:5-8 (recto) and Revelation 6:5-8 (verso).
It does not follow any particular manuscript or group of manuscripts rigidly, although the text shows a tendency to agree with that of . Actually, the papyrus departs from A (an excellent witness in Revelation) only three times (all in 5:6).
The fragment is written in a medium-sized sloping informal hand, approximating to cursive. It looks like the work of an untrained scribe.
Andover Newton Theological School, Newton Center, Massachusetts.
 B. P. Grenfell & A. S. Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri, X, 1914, 18 ff. (No. 1230).
 P. W. Comfort & David P. Barrett, The Complete Text Of The Earliest New Testament Manuscripts, 1999, Baker Books: Grand Rapids (Michigan), United States of America, p. 105.
The New Testament Manuscripts