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Dura Parchment 24, designated as Uncial 0212 , is a Greek uncial manuscript of the New Testament. The manuscript has been assigned to the 3rd century, palaeographically, though an earlier date cannot be excluded. It contains some unusual orthographic features, which have been found nowhere else.

Uncial 0212
New Testament manuscript
  • papyri
  • uncials
  • minuscules
  • lectionaries
Dura p. 24 in facsimile edition (Kraeling 1935)
Dura p. 24 in facsimile edition (Kraeling 1935)
Name Dura Parchment 24
Text Diatessaron
Date 3rd century
Script Greek
Found Dura, 1933
Now at Yale University
Cite C. H. Kraeling, A Greek Fragment of Tatians's Diatessaron from Dura, S & D III (1935)
Size [10.5] x [9.5] cm
Type mixed
Category III
Note unique reading in Luke 23:49

Dura Parchment 24, designated as Uncial 0212 (in the Gregory-Aland numbering), is a Greek uncial manuscript of the New Testament. The manuscript has been assigned to the 3rd century, palaeographically, though an earlier date cannot be excluded. It contains some unusual orthographic features, which have been found nowhere else.

It is possibly the only surviving manuscript of the Greek Diatessaron, unless Papyrus 25 is also a witness to that work. The text of the fragment was reconstructed by Kraeling and Welles. Dura Parchment 24 is currently housed at Yale University (P. Dura 24), New Haven catalogued there as Dura Parch. 10.