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According to rumors I heard over a year ago, an early fragment of the Gospel of Mark has been discovered in mummy cartonnage.  It is scheduled to be published this year along with a variety of other ancient manuscripts recently discovered.  If initial reports are correct, this would be the earliest fragment of any New Testament document to date. mummy-mask-150118Dr. Craig Evans, Professor of New Testament at Acadia Divnity College in Nova Scotia, is one of the scholars on a team committed to bringing these long, lost texts to light.  You may be interested in article that describes what mummy cartonnage is and why it could contain important information from long ago:

We will have to wait and see what has been discovered.  And who knows this could be the tip of the iceberg?

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