Matthew

Matthew


Papyrus 1 wiki
Verso definition, a left-hand page of an open book or manuscript (opposed to recto).
The surviving text of Matthew are verses 1:1-9, 12 and 13.14-20.
The nomina sacra are written in abbreviated forms: ΙϹ XC YC ΠΝΑ KΣ  <-???????????
The Greek text-type of this codex is a representative of the Alexandrian.


Recto or Verso?


https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Papyrus_1_-_recto.jpg   <-wrong image name?


Name P. Oxy. 2
Text Matthew 1:1-9,12,14-20
Date ~250
Found OxyrhynchusEgypt
Now at University of Pennsylvania
Cite B. P. Grenfell & A. S. Hunt, Oxyrhynchus Papyri I, pp. 4–7, 1898.
Size 1 leaf; 12 × 25 cm; 37–38 lines/page
Type Alexandrian
Category I
Note close to Codex Vaticanus

 
Sigma Σς  for Υ? Upsilon (/ˈʌpsɪlɒn, ˈjuːp-, ˈuːp-, ˈʊp-, -lən/; or UK: /ʌpˈsaɪlən, juːp-/; uppercase Υ, lowercase υ; Greek: ύψιλον ýpsilon [ˈipsilon]) is the 20th letter of the Greek alphabet. In the system of Greek numerals, Υʹ has a value of 400. It is derived from the Phoenician waw.
 
Matthew   1:1  βιβλος   γενεσεως     ΙΥ  ΧΥ  ΥΥ      δαυιδ    ΥΥ
Correct?:1:1 βίβλος  γένεσις ἸΣ ΧΣ ΥΣ Δαβίδ ΥΣ

 A Written Book Bib'-los βίβλος ΒΣ  ΒΊ  Generation    Ghen'-es-is  γένεσις ΓΣ  ΓΈ  
Jesus/Yeshua Ee-ay-sooce'  Ἰησοῦς   ἸΣ ἸΗ   Christ/anointed    Khris-tos'  Χριστός   ΧΣ  ΧΡ  
Son/kinship    Hwee-os'  υἱός   ΥΣ  ΥἹ   David    Dab-eed'  Δαβίδ   ΔΔ  ΔΑ   Son/kinship    Hwee-os'  υἱός   ΥΣ  ΥἹ


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An image of Papyrus 1 (verso), showing Matthew 1:1-9, 12

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 [1:1] βιβλος γενεσεως ΙΥ ΧΥ ΥΥ δαυιδ [ΥΥ]
BIBLoc RENEcEwc DaYidRENEcEwc Geneseos  Ghen'-es-is  γένεσις  ΓΈ 
Search:γένε -> ΓΈΝΕ

    * γένεσις - ΓΈΝΕΣΙΣ - G1078 - génesis - ghen'-es-is - from the same as γενεά; nativity; figuratively, nature:--generation, nature(-ral). - Noun Feminine - greek
    * συγγένεια - ΣΥΓΓΈΝΕΙΑ - G4772 - syngéneia - soong-ghen'-i-ah - from συγγενής; relationship, i.e. (concretely) relatives:--kindred. - Noun Feminine - greek
    * γενέσια - ΓΕΝΈΣΙΑ - G1077 - genésia - ghen-es'-ee-ah - neuter plural of a derivative of γένεσις; birthday ceremonies:--birthday. - Noun Neuter - greek
    * παλιγγενεσία - ΠΑΛΙΓΓΕΝΕΣΊΑ - G3824 - palingenesía - pal-ing-ghen-es-ee'-ah - from πάλιν and γένεσις; (spiritual) rebirth (the state or the act), i.e. (figuratively) spiritual renovation; specially, Messianic restoration:--regeneration. - Noun Feminine - greek

Search Google:γένε
[ω for o Omega]  [ γ for r Γ G]  [ν for N]  [E for ε έ Ε]  [Σ for σ c sigma]


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αβρααμ [1:2] αβρααμ ε̣γ̣εννησεν τον̣ [ισαακ]Abraham {Ἀβραάμ~/ab-rah-am'/~ἈΜ } [1:2] Abraham {Ἀβραάμ~/ab-rah-am'/~ἈΜ } τον TON ?
RENNcEN TOV Ghen-nah'-o γεννάω~ΓΩ
Search:γενν -> ΓΕΝΝ

    * γεννάω - ΓΕΝΝΆΩ - G1080 - gennáō - ghen-nah'-o - from a variation of γένος; to procreate (properly, of the father, but by extension of the mother); figuratively, to regenerate:--bear, beget, be born, bring forth, conceive, be delivered of, gender, make, spring. - Verb - greek
    * Γεννησαρέτ - ΓΕΝΝΗΣΑΡΈΤ - G1082 - Gennēsarét - ghen-nay-sar-et' - of Hebrew origin (compare כִּנְּרוֹת); Gennesaret (i.e. Kinnereth), a lake and plain in Palestine:--Gennesaret. - Noun Location - greek
    * γεννητός - ΓΕΝΝΗΤΌΣ - G1084 - gennētós - ghen-nay-tos' - from γεννάω; born:--they that are born. - Adjective - greek
    * ἀναγεννάω - ἈΝΑΓΕΝΝΆΩ - G313 - anagennáō - an-ag-en-nah'-o - from ἀνά and γεννάω; to beget or (by extension) bear (again):--beget, (bear) X (again). - Verb - greek
    * γέννημα - ΓΈΝΝΗΜΑ - G1081 - génnēma - ghen'-nay-mah - from γεννάω; offspring; by analogy, produce (literally or figuratively):--fruit, generation. - Noun Neuter - greek
    * γέννησις - ΓΈΝΝΗΣΙΣ - G1083 - génnēsis - ghen'-nay-sis - from γεννάω; nativity:--birth. - Adjective - greek
    * γεννητός - ΓΕΝΝΗΤΌΣ - G1084 - gennētós - ghen-nay-tos' - from γεννάω; born:--they that are born. - Adjective - greek
    * ἀναγεννάω - ἈΝΑΓΕΝΝΆΩ - G313 - anagennáō - an-ag-en-nah'-o - from ἀνά and γεννάω; to beget or (by extension) bear (again):--beget, (bear) X (again). - Verb - greek
    * ἀρτιγέννητος - ἈΡΤΙΓΈΝΝΗΤΟΣ - G738 - artigénnētos - ar-teeg-en'-nay-tos - from ἄρτι and γεννητός; just born, i.e. (figuratively) a young convert:--new born. - Adjective - greek

Search Google:γενν
[ω for o Omega]  [ γ for r Γ G]  [ν for N]  [E for ε έ Ε]  [Σ for c sigma]


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ισαακ δ̣[ε] ε̣γενν̣η̣σεν τ[ον] ιακω̣β̣ [ιακωβ]

Isaac {Ἰσαάκ~/ee-sah-ak'/~ἸΚ }    begot   Jacob  {Ἰακώβ~/ee-ak-obe'/~ἸΒ }
RENNcEN TOV Ghen-nah'-o γεννάω~ΓΩ
Search:Ἰακώ -> ἸΑΚΏ

    * Ἰακώβ - ἸΑΚΏΒ - G2384 - Iakṓb - ee-ak-obe' - of Hebrew origin (יַעֲקֹב); Jacob (i.e. Ja`akob), the progenitor of the Israelites:--also an Israelite:--Jacob. - Noun Masculine - greek
    * Ἰάκωβος - ἸΆΚΩΒΟΣ - G2385 - Iákōbos - ee-ak'-o-bos - the same as Ἰακώβ Græcized; Jacobus, the name of three Israelites:--James. - Noun Masculine - greek

Search Google:Ἰακώ
[ω for o Omega]  [ γ for r Γ G]  [ν for N]  [E for ε έ Ε]  [Σ for c sigma]




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RG or R?ΣSs smallΤTTthth ΘUU
oo small Ωmegaphph ΦΧXXYY


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Verso
  [1:1] βιβλος γενεσεως ΙΥ ΧΥ ΥΥ δαυιδ [ΥΥ]
    αβρααμ [1:2] αβρααμ ε̣γ̣εννησεν τον̣ [ισαακ]
    ισαακ δ̣[ε] ε̣γενν̣η̣σεν τ[ον] ιακω̣β̣ [ιακωβ]
    δε εγ[ε]ν̣ν̣ησεν̣ τ̣ον̣ ιου̣δαν κ̣[α]ι̣ τ̣[ους]
    α̣[δ]ελφο̣υ̣ς αυτου [1:3] ιουδα̣ς̣ δ̣ε εγεν̣ν̣η̣
    σ̣ε̣ν̣ τον φαρες και τον ζαρε εκ της θα̣
    μ̣αρ̣ φαρες δε εγεννησεν τον ε̣σρ̣ωμ
    εσ[ρω]μ̣ δε εγ̣ε̣ννη̣σ̣ε̣ν τ̣[ο]ν̣ α̣ρ̣α̣μ̣ [1:4] α̣[ραμ]
    δε̣ [ε]γ̣ε̣ννησεν το̣ν̣ α̣μ̣μ̣ι̣ν̣α̣δ̣α̣β̣ α̣μ̣
    μ̣[ι]ν̣α̣δ̣[α]β δε εγεννησεν̣ τον ναασ̣σων
    ν̣αα[σ]σων δε εγενν[ησ]ε̣ν τον σαλ̣[μω]ν
    [1:5] σαλμων δε εγενν[η]σ̣εν τον βοες̣ [εκ]
    της ραχαβ βοες δε ε̣γ̣ε̣ννησεν τον ι
    ωβηδ εκ της ρ[ο]υθ ιω̣[βηδ δ]ε εγεννη̣
    σεν τον ιεσ̣σ̣α̣ι [1:6] ιεσ̣σ̣[αι] δ̣ε ε̣γ̣ε̣ν̣νησεν
    τον δα̣υ̣ι̣δ̣ τ̣ον βα̣σιλ̣ε̣[α δαυ]ι̣δ̣ δ̣ε̣ εγ̣εν
    νησ̣εν τον σο̣λο̣μωνα̣ ε̣κ̣ τ̣η̣ς ουρειου. [1:7] σο̣
    λομ̣ων δε εγενν̣ησ̣εν̣ τ̣ο̣ν̣ [ρ]οβοαμ ροβο
    α̣μ δε εγ̣ενν̣η̣σ̣εν̣ τ̣[ο]ν̣ [αβει]α αβ̣ει̣α̣ δε
    εγεν̣ν̣ησεν [το]ν ασα̣[φ] [1:8] [α]σ[α]φ̣ δε̣ ε̣γ̣ε̣ν
    νη̣σ̣ε̣ν̣ τον ιωσαφατ̣ ι̣[ω]σ̣α̣φατ δ[ε] ε̣γε̣ν
    ν[η]σ̣ε̣[ν] το̣ν̣ ιωραμ ιωρ̣α̣μ̣ δε εγεν̣[νησεν
    τον] ο̣ζε̣[ι]α̣ν [1:9] οζει̣ας̣ δ̣ε εγ̣εν̣[νησεν]
    lacuna [1:12] lacuna [με
    τοικεσιαν βαβυλωνος ιεχονι]ας εγ[εν
    νησεν] lacuna


Disagreement with Vaticanus (according to Hoskier)

Papyrus 1

    ΥΥ
    ΔΑΥΙΔ
    ΑΜΙΝΑΔΑΒ
    ΔΑΥΙΔ
    ΤΗΣ ΟΥΡΕΙΟΥ
    ΑΒ[ΕΙ]Α
    ΑΒΕΙΑ
    ΕΓΕ[ΝΗΣΕΝ]
    illeg
    illeg
    illeg
    ΜΑΘΘΑΝ
    ΙΩΣΗΦ
    ΓΕΝΕΑΙ
    ΔΑΥΙΔ
    ΔΑΥΙΔ
    ΙΔ
    ΙΥ ΧΥ
    ΔΕΙΓΜΑ[Τ]ΕΙΣΑΙ
    ΔΑΥΙΔ

Vaticanus

    ΥΙΟΥ
    ΔΑΥΕΙΔ
    ΑΜΕΙΝΑΔΑΒ
    ΔΑΥΕΙΔ
    ΤΗΣ ΤΟΥ ΟΥΡΕΙΟΥ
    ΑΒΙΑ
    ΑΒΙΑ
    ΓΕΝΝΑ
    ΤΟΝ ΣΕΛΑΘΙΗΛ
    ΣΕΛΑΘΙΗΛ ΔΕ ΓΕΝΝΑ
    ΑΒΙΟΥΤ
    ΜΑΤΘΑΝ
    ΤΟΝ ΙΩΣΗΦ
    ΑΙ ΓΕΝΕΑΙ
    ΔΑΥΕΙΔ
    ΔΑΥΕΙΔ
    ΔΕΚΑΤΕΣΣΑΡΕΣ
    ΧΥ ΙΥ
    ΔΕΙΓΜΑΤΙΣΑΙ
    ΔΑΥΕΙΔ 






Description

The front side (recto) of Papyrus 1, a New Testament manuscript of the Gospel of Matthew. Most likely originated in Egypt.
Also part of the Oxyrhynchus Papyri (P. oxy. 2) Currently housed in:

Date c. 250
Source University of Pennsylvania Library
Author Unknown
Other versions

File:Papyrus1.JPG



dd

Recto

  • [1:14] [lacuna] β
  • [τον σ]α̣δω[κ σ]αδωκ̣ δε̣ ε̣γεννησεν το[ν
  • αχειμ] αχ̣ειμ δε εγε[ν]νησεν τον ελιου[δ]
  • [1:15] [ελιου]δ̣ δ̣ε̣ εγ[εν]νη̣[σ]ε̣[ν] τον ελε̣α̣ζαρ ελε
  • [αζ]α̣ρ [δε εγ]ενν̣ησεν [το]ν μ̣α̣θ̣θα̣ν̣ μαθθα̣[ν]
  • δ̣ε ε̣γε̣ν̣νη̣[σ]ε̣ν τον̣ [ι]ακωβ [1:16] ια̣κωβ δε
  • [εγ]εννησ̣εν̣ τ̣ον ιωσ̣η̣φ τον α̣νδρα μ̣[α]
  • ρ̣ι̣ας̣ [ε]ξ ης εγενν[ηθ]η̣ ΙΣ ο λεγομενο[ς ΧΣ]
  • [1:17] π̣ασ̣α̣ι̣ ο̣υ̣ν̣ γ̣ε̣[νε]α̣ι̣ α̣πο αβρααμ εω̣ς̣
  • δαυιδ γενεαι ΙΔ και̣ απο̣ [δ]α̣[υ]ι̣δ̣ [ε]ω̣ς̣ τ̣η̣[ς]
  • μετοικεσ̣ια̣ς βαβυλωνο̣[ς] γ̣ε[νεαι] ΙΔ κ̣α̣[ι]
  • α̣π̣ο της μετ̣[οι]κεσι̣ας βα̣β[υ]λων̣[ο]ς εως
  • του ΧΥ γ̣ενε̣α̣ι̣ [Ι]Δ [1:18] του δε ΙΥ ΧΥ η γενε
  • σις ουτως ην μ̣ν̣ηστ̣ε̣[υ]θεισης της μη
  • τρος αυτου μ̣[αρι]α̣[ς] τω̣ [ιω]σηφ πριν η συν
  • [ε]λ̣θε̣[ι]ν αυ[το]υ̣[ς] ε̣υ̣ρε̣[θη] ε̣ν γ̣αστρι εχου
  • σα̣ ε̣[κ ΠΝΣ αγιου] [1:19] [ιωσηφ δε ο] ανη̣ρ̣ α̣υ̣
  • τ̣η̣ς̣ [δι]κ̣α̣ι[ος ων και μη θελων αυτην]
  • δ̣ειγμα̣[τ]ε̣[ισαι εβουλη]θ̣η̣ [λαθρα
  • α]π̣ο̣λυ[σαι] α̣[υ]τ̣[η]ν̣ [1:20] [τ]αυ̣τ̣α̣ [δε αυτου εν
  • θ]υ̣μ̣η[θεντος ι]δ̣ο̣υ̣ α̣γ̣[γελο]ς̣ ΚΥ [κ]α̣[τ
  • ο]ν̣αρ [εφανη αυ]τω̣ [λεγων] ι̣ω̣σ̣[η]φ
  • υιος] δ̣[αυιδ] μ̣[η] φο̣[βηθη]ς̣ π̣α̣ρ̣[αλαβ]ει̅
  • [μ]α̣ρι̣α̣ν̣ [την] γ̣υ̣ναι[κα σου] τ̣ο̣ [γαρ εν αυ
  • τη γεν]νηθ̣ε̣ν̣ ε̣[κ] ΠΝΣ [εστιν] α̣[γιου]
  • [1:21-23] lacuna
  • με̣[θερμηνευομενον μεθ ημων ο ΘΣ]


  • List of Greek nomina sacra

    English Meaning Greek Word Nominative (Subject) Genitive (Possessive)
    God Θεός ΘΣ ΘΥ
    Lord Κύριος ΚΣ ΚΥ
    Jesus Ἰησοῦς ΙΣ ΙΥ
    Christ/Messiah Χριστός ΧΣ ΧΥ
    Son Υἱός ΥΣ ΥΥ
    Spirit/Ghost Πνεῦμα ΠΝΑ ΠΝΣ
    David Δαυὶδ ΔΑΔ
    Cross/Stake Σταυρός ΣΤΣ ΣΤΥ
    Mother Μήτηρ ΜΗΡ ΜΗΣ
    God Bearer i.e. Mother of God Θεοτόκος ΘΚΣ ΘΚΥ
    Father Πατήρ ΠΗΡ ΠΡΣ
    Israel Ἰσραήλ ΙΗΛ
    Savior Σωτήρ ΣΗΡ ΣΡΣ
    Human being/Man Ἄνθρωπος ΑΝΟΣ ΑΝΟΥ
    Jerusalem Ἱερουσαλήμ ΙΛΗΜ
    Heaven/Heavens Οὐρανός ΟΥΝΟΣ ΟΥΝΟΥ






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