Written rather hastily in Ammon’s formal hand across the fibers on the original recto of the papyrus, the three fragments preserve only small parts of one, seven and two lines respectively. The text appears to overlap the text of 9.5–9 and 13.23–29, though too little survives to attest variations. In frr. b and c the lacunae between lines seem to average 45–50 letters, so that the original line-length was approximately 60 letters. The allotment of words to the lacunae in lines 5 and 6 is exempli gratia.