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The Tisibrictine Papyrus is so named for its discovery near the small town of Tisibrictë, Ebinóë, in 2317. It is kept at the collection in the Arathracian College of Enoultseyrand in Glaye. The papyrus is virtually completely intact and records most of St. Agostof's Holy City of Arathrax. Its state of remarkable preservation is due in large part to its relatively short existence compared to other papyri. It is of immense worth to Arathracian scholars who study the text of St. Agostof.

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