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Digging through my computer, I found this image, named PK8r.jpg.

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I assume P stands for "Papyrus" and K for "Köln", but I couldn't find it online, neither on Kölner Papyri nor as a random online image. I am guessing r stands for "recto", so that would be the recto of some P. Köln 8, except there are tons of P. Köln 8 if 8 is taken as a volume number, and apparently none (numbers start at 50 here in the P. Köln series!). So is that "name" correct, or is there another number I'm missing after the 8? And is it known what the papyrus contains? I mean, has it been linked to something else with more text that is identifiable? With the few letters here, I doubt it is possible to conclude anything about the content from the papyrus alone…

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    BTW, a Google reverse image search is usually a good way to go for this kind of thing – brianpck Dec 5 '17 at 13:13
  • @brianpick That's a useful piece of info. Never heard of that, just learnt how to by reading this :). – MickG Dec 5 '17 at 13:49
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You can find it here. Tricky, tricky, you have to add the zeroes in front of it to pull it up.

  • Well done...... – fdb Dec 5 '17 at 18:11
  • The link currently gives an error. – MickG Jan 8 at 13:23
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    @MickG Worked fine for me. Try it more than once. – C. M. Weimer Jan 13 at 5:35
  • Idk what my computer was smoking when I commented, but now the link works for me too :). – MickG Jan 13 at 12:36
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    @MickG It also gave me an error at one point. I don't think it was your computer, but the website instability. – C. M. Weimer Jan 15 at 3:46

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