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For me, this story began on October 28, 2019, with a simple question at the end of an email. During the summer and fall of 2019, I had corresponded with Dr. Greg Paulson, a scholar at the University of Münster’s Institut für Neutestamentliche Textforschung, answering many questions about Greek manuscripts at Museum of the Bible as he and his colleagues worked to prepare a third edition of the Kurzgefaßte Liste der griechischen Handschriften des Neuen Testaments. After answering a series of his queries, I asked him if our manuscript 352 had a Gregory Aland number, which is assigned to all known manuscripts of books from the New Testament.