Fayum Fragment
The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Fayum Fragment
Fayum Fragment 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.
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Fayum Fragment
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,
The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church
Fayûm Gospel Fragment
Fayûm Gospel Fragment. A brief papyrus fragment, a written in the 3rd cent. AD, discovered in Egypt in 1882, which contains an imperfect account of the prediction of St *Peter’s denial, closely akin to Mk. 14:27–30. It is probably an extract from a lost gospel abbreviating and reworking synoptic
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)