Papyrus 46 (circa 175-225 C.E.), one of the oldest extant New Testament manuscripts in Greek, written on papyrus.
Some leaves are part of the Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri, and others are in the University of Michigan Papyrus Collection.
A very wooden and literal translation of Papyris II (P46) is available online for free from the Chester Beatty Papyri Collection, with a translation of folios: 38, 54, 61, 86-88 containing: Parts of Romans, 1st Corinthians, 2nd Corinthians, Colossians, Philippians, 1st Thessalonians.
See chart below:
|18 (fragment)||Rom 14:9-15:11||CB|
|19-28||Rom 15:11-Hebrews 8:8||Mich.|
|31-39||Heb 9:26-1 Corinthians 2:3||CB|
|40||1 Cor 2:3-3:5||Mich.|
|41-69||1 Cor 3:6-2 Corinthians 9:7||CB|
|70-85||2 Cor 9:7-end, Ephesians, Galatians 1:1-6:10||Mich.|
|86-94||Gal 6:10-end, Philippians, Colossians, 1 Thessalonians 1:1-2:3||CB|
|95-96||1 Thess 2:3-5:5||Missing|
|97 (fragment)||1 Thess 5:5, 23-28||CB|
|98-104||Thought to be 1 Thess 5:28-2 Thessalonians, and possibly Philemon; 1- 2 Timothy, and Titus were probably not included (see below)||Missing|
At the link below, the blue writing underneath the picture to the right is the link to the PDF with the translation:
For those who just want to short cut straight to the PDF and download:
For stunning enlargeable images of the MSS themselves go to this link below:
And for some MSS of the very early, (sadly not all - only a few), and valuable Papyri MSS images from the same site:
This may or may not be of any interest or value to some who are into minutiae of doctrinal and technical matters to do with the Bible. I stumbled across the translation while looking for online images of the early Papyri.
For those who do like these sort of things, enjoy!