Kenyon’s Editions of the Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri Online

Kenyon Beatty Papyri Fasc 1In addition to digital images of many of their manuscripts, the Chester Beatty Library in Dublin has also made available the text and plates of Frederic Kenyon’s editions of the Beatty Biblical Papyri. As I have noted before, these volumes are extremely difficult to find on the used book market, so this is a fantastic development. Many thanks to the people at the Beatty Library in Dublin! I can’t find an organized set of links to the pdf files, so I’ve made one below. Please use the comments to let me know if there are problems with any of the links.

Fasciculus I, Introduction, text and plates

Fasciculus II, Gospels and Acts (P45), text
Fasciculus II, Gospels and Acts (P45), plates

Fasciculus III, Pauline Epistles and Revelation (P46 and P47), text
Fasciculus III Revelation (P47), plates

Fasciculus III Supplement Pauline Epistles (P46), text part 1        part 2
Fasciculus III Supplement Pauline Epistles (P46), plates, part 1    part 2

Fasciculus IV Genesis (Codex IV and Codex V), text
Fasciculus IV Genesis (Codex IV), plates
Fasciculus IV Genesis (Codex V), plates

Fasciculus V Numbers and Deuteronomy, text
Fasciculus VI Numbers and Deuteronomy, plates

Fasciculus VI, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ecclesiasticus, text
Fasciculus VI, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ecclesiasticus, plates

Fasciculus VII, Ezekiel, Daniel, Esther, text
Fasciculus VII, Ezekiel, Daniel, Esther, plates

Fasciculus VIII, Enoch and Melito, plates

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7 Responses to Kenyon’s Editions of the Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri Online

  1. Numbers-Deuteronomy plates are in the same volume as the plates for vol. VI. You also have a link to it in one of your Supplements to the Pauline Epistles, plates links. The supplements are a bit confused. And the Num-Deut texts link is a redundant link to the Pauline supplement. If you find the actual texts of Num-Deut, do let me know. Thanks for finding and organizing these resources!

  2. Pingback: Chester Beatty Manuscripts Online | Larry Hurtado's Blog

  3. Roger says:

    Well done. This is solidly useful stuff.

  4. Peter Head says:

    Thanks Brent

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