A fragment with one line written across the grain. Found with 581 and referred to in Bowman and Thomas (1996), 323 (as line 112). It is impossible to establish with any certainty that this piece belongs to the account (581), but the vertical dimension of the piece is exactly the same as that of the other half-diptychs, which suggests that it might. The pattern of the wood grain does not allow us to place it either at the beginning or the end of the sequence. In any case, the single preserved word adds nothing to our knowledge of the text of 581.