This sale failed; they were then bought in 1999 by Swiss dealer Frieda Nussberger-Tchacos. Ferrini broke up the manuscripts and sold bits individually. Bruce Ferrini seems to have turned it into single pieces of papyrus which he sold ad-hoc. His focus is on the art black-market, so I have omitted material unlikely to be of interest to manuscript enthusiasts. (News pages here) (Note that google do not display Michel's site in their results! The article is a preliminary report written by Herbert Krosney, Marvin Meyer, and Gregor Wurst about the status of the OHIO fragments of the Gospel of Judas.

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In the journal "Early Christianity" (Mohr Siebeck, vol.

1/2 of 2010, pages 282-294) is an article by Herbert Krosney, Marvin Mayer and Gregor Wurst called "Preliminary Report on New Fragments of Codex Tchacos".

There has been no distribution of the photographs to scholars other than Meyer and Wurst as far as I know.

There is mention that Wurst and Meyer are consulting with the administration in Egypt in order to discover how to proceed in the critical publication of the fragments.

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The contents of Codex Tchacos will all be published in a critical edition.

Stated in 2000 that had already been sold by Bruce Ferrini. Now in Augsburg, apart from 2 leaves still in Ferrini's hands (in the receiver's lockbox) -- see the note by Ernest Muro.

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