Act of Peter
The Act of Peter is a brief miracle text celebrating virginity that is found in the 5th-century papyrus Berlin Codex. It treats of the crippled virgin daughter of Peter, who was accused by the crowd that gathered before his door, among whom he had caused many blind to see, the deaf to hear, and the lame to walk.
Year: 150-350 AD
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