|This section represents the end of the passage from John 20. There are several odd word spacings in this section. The spelling scribturam instead of scripturam in the last word of the second last line appears to be a not entirely uncommon transposition of letters in early manuscripts.|
|Gallican Lectionary, 7th century (Paris, Bibliothèque nationale, fonds latin 9427, f.143). All images from Steffens 1929, Plate 25.|
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