Papyrus 75 (formerly Papyrus Bodmer XIV–XV, now Hanna Papyrus 1), designated by the siglum 𝔓75 (in the Gregory-Aland numbering of New Testament manuscripts), is an early Greek New testament manuscript written on papyrus. It contains text from the Gospel of Luke 3:18-24:53, and John 1:1-15:8. It is generally described as "the most significant" papyrus of the New Testament to be discovered so far. Using the study of comparative writing styles (palaeography), it has been traditionally dated to the third century. It is due to this early dating that the manuscript has a high evaluation, and the fact its text so closely resembles that of the fourth-century Codex Vaticanus.
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