Ancient Paths

New Insight to Prayer

Sefardi Beit Sefer

Corrected and re-written Article from The Daily Mail.

A 1,500-year-old papyrus is one of the earliest surviving Netzari TEFILLIN  was re-discovered in the University of Manchester’s John Rylands Library It has laid largely unstudied in a university library for more than 100 years.

But now the 1,500-year-old papyrus has been wrongly identified as one of the world’s earliest surviving Christian charms. NOT A CHARM

The ‘remarkable’ document contains some of the earliest documented references to The Last Supper and sheds new light on early Christian practices, experts say.

A magical find: A 1,500-year-old papyrus has been identified as one of the world¿s earliest surviving Christian charms (pictured) and experts believe it sheds light on early Christian practices

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