Earliest paparyi dating
O’Callaghan defended his views against virtually every assailant.But until 1982 he found few, if any, real followers.
12) by the scholarly community, while 7Q5’s identification has not been.
In that year Carsten Peter Thiede, a German scholar, began to publish in defense of the O’Callaghan hypothesis.
In the last dozen years, in fact, he has surpassed his mentor in periodical proliferation.
The seventh cave, in particular, had some interesting materials in that this was the only cave with exclusively Greek fragments.
For most of these manuscripts, including 7Q5, the editors did not have a clue as to their textual identity.