With Plates 14-15 G. H. R. Horsley (Bundoora, Victoria, Australia) The papyrus published here was owned by Professor Adolf Deissmann (1866-1937), and was saved in the Spring of 1945 along with only a small number of items from his library in Haus Anatolia, the villa at Wünsdorf (c.40 km. south of Berlin) to which he had retired in 1934. When I met Dr Gerhard Deissmann, his sole surviving child, in Bremen in November 1991 - a meeting which coincided with the 125th anniversary of his father's birth on 7 November 1866 - he entrusted this text to me to publish. I am delighted to acknowledge his generosity to me in this and other matters. The original is now in my possession in Melbourne.1) The papyrus must have come into Deissmann's possession after his move from the Chair of New Testament at Heidelberg to the Berlin Chair in 1908. He had already published a volume of LXX papyri and other early Christian texts in 1905 (P.Heid. I), and this item would surely have been included there if he already knew of it. Furthermore, the envelope containing the papyrus has Deissmann's Wünsdorf address stamped on it, suggesting he may not
Archiv für Papyrusforschung und verwandte Gebiete – de Gruyter
Published: Jan 1, 1993
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