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As with all manuscripts dated solely by palaeography , the dating of P {\displaystyle {\mathfrak {P}}} 46 is uncertain. The first editor of parts of the papyrus, H. A. Sanders, proposed a date possibly as late as the second half of the 3rd century. [22] F. G. Kenyon, editor of the complete editio princeps , preferred a date in the first half of the 3rd century. [23] The manuscript is now sometimes dated to about 200. [24] Young Kyu Kim has argued for an exceptionally early date of c. 80. [25] Griffin critiqued and disputed Kim's dating, [1] placing the 'most probable date' between 175–225, with a '95% confidence interval' for a date between 150–250. [26]

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