Fragment 1 does not appear to be cartonnage, but others have paint on them and clearly are cartonnage. At least 3 different hands: fr. 1 front has a fancy Byzantine hand, but the back has a very unpracticed hand, probably also late; fr. 2 and the small scraps have a Ptolemaic hand similar to bookhand. Fr. 1: no margins, front, 3 lines written against the fibres; back, 8 lines written against the fibres; fr. 2: left margin, front, 3 damaged lines written along the fibres, a paragraphos appears between lines 2 and 3; back blank.