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A papyrus fragment recording a warning from Jesus to His disciples that is not directly recorded in the New Testament, but closely parallels the New Testament account.
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FAYUM FRAGMENT. The so-called Fayum Fragment is a small scrap of papyrus (3.5 × 4.3 cm.), dating from the 3d century, that partially preserves a version of Jesus’ prediction of Peter’s denial. The papyrus, discovered in 1885 among a collection of ancient Egyptian documents acquired by Archduke Rainer,
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Fayûm Gospel Fragment
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
FAYUM FRAGMENT. A tiny papyrus fragment from the Fayum in Egypt dated to the late 3rd cent. ce. It contains a poorly preserved text parallel to Matt 26:31–34 and Mark 14:27–30. Because it was discovered in the collection of Archduke Rainer in Vienna, it is also known as the Papyrus Vindobonensis (Vienna)