Papyrus Oxyrhynchus 3522
The Papyrus LXX Oxyrhynchus 3522, signed as P.Oxy.L 3522 – is a small fragment of the Greek Septuaginta (LXX) written in papyrus, in scroll form. As one of the manuscripts discovered at Oxyrhynchus it has been catalogued with the number 3522. Palaeographically it has been dated to the 1st century CE.
P. J. Parson claim that its text “stands closer to the LXX rather than the literal accurate version of Symmachus the Ebionite." This fragment contains Job 42,11-12, and contains the tetragrammaton in paleo-Hebrew. According to Philip Wesley Comfort, YHWH was written from right to left. This is one of the fragments of the Septuagint with the Divine Name.
The fragment was published in 1983 by P. J. Parsons in The Oxyrhynchus Papyri, vol. L (50).
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