Hat tip to Mark Goodacre via Twitter for this update on the forgery. The post is by Coptologist Christian Askeland.
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I’m assuming no image of the “GJW” exists.
Probably written with a Sharpy on a grocery bag. (1)
1- [e.n.]21st C update of crayon/brown paper bag.
funny – all that there is is the forged fragment.
Am I misunderstanding the article or are all the assessments being made using photocopies and transcriptions? If so, why not actually study/test the original?
Yes, you’re pretty late to the game (not intended to be pejorative there). The point is that the “original” was forged from various sources – someone obtained a fragment of ancient material and forged content onto it from known sources, splicing the items together to MAKE this text say what it says. For older posts on this that have more detail (with illustrations of how it was done), put these words into my site’s search field (upper right hand corner): Jesus wife gospel coptic.