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Chester Beatty Papyri
In 1930-31 Chester Beatty purchased papyri containing parts of the Old and New Testaments. About the same time the University of Michigan purchased some fragments from the same codex. Sir Frederick Kenyon of the British Museum published the Chester Beatty papyri in five volumes from 1933-36. Henry Sanders of the University of Michigan published their papyri. Together there is almost a complete copy of the epistles of Paul dating to about 200 AD. The Gospels and Acts are known as p45, the Pauline epistles as p46, and Revelation as p47.