P. Mich. Inv. 926Two papyrus folios, 2 verso and 3 recto, of an early Bohairic manuscript codex. They contain a syllabary, that is, an instructional tool consisting of consonant-vowel combinations arranged in alphabetic order. Originally, the codex probably consisted of four sheets (8 folios), of which folios 1 and 8, 3 and 6, and 4 and 5 are joined.  Apart from the syllabary, folios 5 and 6 also contain the beginning of Paul's Epistle to the Romans and the first verse of the Book of Job. Theadelphia, western Fayyum. ca. 4th century. Papyrus; folio 2: 26.5 x 16.5; folio 3: 27 x 17.5 cm.