|New Testament manuscript
|Text||Gospel of John 5:43|
|Size||[10 by 2 cm]|
Uncial 0314 (in the Gregory-Aland numbering), is a Greek uncial manuscript of the New Testament. Palaeographically it has been assigned to the 6th-century. The manuscript has survived in very fragmentary condition.
The codex contains a small text of the Gospel of John 5:43, on one fragment of the parchment leaf. The original size of the leaf is unknown the survived fragment has only 10 by 2 cm. The fragment contains only 33 letters.
The text is written in one column per page, original number of lines is unknown, the survived fragment has only two lines. The writing is visible on one side only. This fragment was identified by D. Jongkind. The writing is very thick and rounded.
It has error of itacism (ε → αι).
ΤΙ ΤΩ ΟΝΟΜΑΤΙ ΤΩ ΙΔΙΩ ΕΚΕΙΝΟΝ ΛΗΜΨΕΣΘΑΙ
- Peter M. Head, "Five New Testament Manuscripts: Recently Discovered Fragments in a Private Collection in Cambridge", JTS, NS, 2008, pp. 536–538.
- Images from Uncial 0314 at the CSNTM
- "Continuation of the Manuscript List", Institute for New Testament Textual Research, University of Münster. Retrieved April 9, 2008