The Johannine Corpus in the Early Church

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1 52 (Ryland 457), recto, fragment of a second-century codex which contained John's Gospel. Photo shows John 18: 31-3. Courtesy of the Director and University Librarian, the John Rylands University Library of Manchester. 149
2 66 (P. Bodmer II + Inv. Nr. 427/4298), 156 page codex from the second century containing John's Gospel alone. Photo shows John 1: 1-14. Courtesy of Fondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-Genève. 149
3 90 (P. Oxy. 3523), verso, fragment of a second-century codex which contained John's Gospel. Photo shows John 19: 2-7. Courtesy of the Egypt Exploration Society. 150
4 75 (P. Bodmer XIV and XV), page of a late second- or early third-century codex which contained the Gospels of Luke and John. Photo shows Luke 24: 51 to John 1: 16. Courtesy of Fondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-Genève. 150
5 The Raising of Lazarus, Catacomb of Callistus. Photo courtesy of Pontificio Istituto di Archeologia Cristiana. 158
6 The Samaritan Woman, Catacomb of Callistus. Photo courtesy of Pontificio Istituto di Archeologia Cristiana. 158
7 The Paralytic, Catacomb of Callistus. © The International Catacomb Society. Photo: Estelle S. Brettman. 160
8 The Good Shepherd, Catacomb of Callistus. © The International Catacomb Society. Photo: Estelle S. Brettman. 160
9 The Good Shepherd, Crypt of Lucina, Catacomb of Callistus. © The International Catacomb Society. Photo: Estelle S. Brettman. 163
10 Shepherd lamp of Annius. Reproduced from Rodolfo Lanciani, Pagan and Christian Rome (Boston, 1892). 163
11 0232 (P. Antinoopolis 12). Parchment MS containing 2 John 1-9. C. H. Roberts dated it to the third century and suggested it is from a codex of the Johannine writings. Courtesy of the Egypt Exploration Society. 456
12 Map of the second-century use of the Johannine corpus keyed to the chronology. 477
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1 Recognition of the Johannine writings in the second century 450

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