Papyrus 91, P91

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Papyrus 91 (University P. Macquerie Inv. 360.), P91


3rd Century CE.


Not known.


The original size may have been around 14 cm. x 25 cm.

It has one leaf (two fragments).


Acts 2:30-37, 46-47; 3:1-2.

Textual Character

The papyrus is too fragmentary to determine the precise character of text. According to Pickering, P91 contains no Western type variants and it appears to conform to the Alexandrian text type.


It is written in a documentary hand.


Istituto di Papirologia, Universita Degli Studi di Milano, Milan, Italy (larger portion). Ancient History Documentary Research Centre at Macquarie University, North Ryde, NSW, Australia (smaller portion).


[1] Claudio Gallazzi, "P. Mil. Vogl. Inv. 1224: Novum Testamentum, Act. 2,30-37 e 2,46-3,2", Bulletin Of The American Society Of Papyrologists, 1982, Volume 19, pp. 39-45.

[2] S. R. Pickering, "P. Macquarie Inv. 360 (+ P. Mil. Vogl. Inv. 1224): Act Apostolorum 2.30-37, 2.46-3.2", Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik, 1986, Volume 65, pp. 76-79.

The New Testament Manuscripts