Greek Handwriting 2

Our second installment on Greek handwriting is a good follow-up for the first.

Click on the image for a better look. Can you make out the text?


Παυλος δουλος ιη χυ κλητος αποστο-, which is the first few words of Romans 1:1, like the first post in the series. Note the nomina sacra with their suspended horizontal lines at the end of the first line and the beginning of the next. This snippet is from Sinaiticus, a 4th century uncial text.

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