1) letter, 2) account/list?
Cartonnage, these fragments still have much gesso on them. Fragments 1-2 are probably part of the same letter, possibly along with fr. 3. Fragment 4 seems to be the right portion of a list or account. Fragment 5 is in a different hand, and there are not enough letters to determine its content type. Fr. 1: bottom margin intact, possible left and right margins, front, 3 lines written along the fibres, the last line is ἔρρωσο (ἔτους) β; back, painted in geometrical designs; fr. 2: possible right margin, small amount of the left margin?, front, 2 lines written along the fibres and traces of 5? more; back, painted black and red; fr. 3: no margins, front, 9 lines written along the fibres, very damaged; back, blank?; fr. 4: top, right and bottom margins, front, 11? lines written along the fibres, not very legible; back, traces of ink?; fr. 5: no margins, front, 3 lines written along the fibres; back, painted.