Cartonnage. The three fragments are quite damaged with strips of fibres separating and numerous small holes. There may be two different hands, or the same hand writing with two different styluses. Fragments 1 and 2 have a very fluid, semi-cursive, and difficult to read hand with small letters and a thinner ink. Fr. 3 has a different appearance (paler papyrus) and thicker ink, but still a fluid semi-cursive (although there are not many letters to analyse). Fr. 1: no margins, front, 5 lines written along the fibres, ink quite effaced; back, blank; fr. 2: no margins, front, 3 very fragmentary lines written along the fibres; back, blank; fr. 3: possible left margin, front, 1 line along the fibres (most of the horizontal fibres are lost); back, 3 lines and traces of 2? more, with symbols.