Well it’s been a while (7 months to be exact), but there’s finally a new update for TWTY!
This one is the entire transcription and translation of Papyrus 66, a famous manuscript containing almost the entire eye-witness account of Yahuchanon (John).
Please find the manuscript in the list here.
I’ve also posted an update to Papyrus 115; mainly just sorted out a few errors in the colour-coding of the transcription, and also improved the translation somewhat. Find a link to the papyrus at the same link above. 🙂
This leaves just six pre-4th century CE papyri to be transcribed and translated. They also happen to be rather large (largest is Papyrus 46 at 97 pages), so it will very likely be a while before these are up on TWTY.
As always though: watch this space!