Cartonnage. Four small fragments with numerous holes, and gesso/paint also obscures much of the ink. Two hands, one a nice UNCial similar to some third century bookhand. The second hand on the back is slightly awkward and slants upwards on some fragments; the pieces in this hand have some corrections and possibly some interlinear additions. The first hand writes in the first person (fragment 1, line 4 ends ἀκήκοα τὸν). The nature of the document on the back is UNClear, perhaps also a letter or a draft. Fr. 1: top margin intact, front, first hand, 7 lines and trace of an eighth written along the fibres; back, second hand, 6 lines written against the fibres, upside down in relation to the writing on the front (bottom margin intact); fr. 2: many holes and the front is nearly illegible from paint and gesso, no margins, front, first hand, 7 lines?, written along the fibres; back, 8 lines and traces of 2 more written against the fibres; fr. 3: no margins, front, first hand, 10? lines written along the fibres, difficult to discern; back, second hand, 9 lines and trace of a tenth written against the fibres; fr. 4: margins UNClear, front, first hand, 1 line (2 letters) along the fibres; back much damaged and partially obscured, either the second hand or possibly a third hand, 10? lines, only a few letters are visible per line.