Treu, Kurt, and Johannes Diethart, eds. “39. Osterlieder.” Pages 74–75 in Griechische literarische Papyri christlichen Inhaltes II. Vol. 1 of MPER N.S. 17. Vienna: Hollinek, 1993.
P.Vindob. G 27290b verso, from the ONB
Treu and Diethart published the papyrus in the order verso then recto. This order is followed in the transcription below.
Suffering because of us, O Lord glory (be) to you.
He has risen from the dead, Savior, in three days … and all the unceasing forces of angels brought praise, saying, “You are blessed, O Lord, and praiseworthy!” and (were) singing forever †
The one who was raised from the dead and three days all the works …
(Sing the?) Trishagion together … the church … But you, the…
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