The following images were taken by a team led by Michael B. Toth, President, R. B. Toth Associates, and processed by William Christens-Barry, Imaging Scientist, Equipoise Imaging, LLC, supported by Ken Boydston. The Gospel of Jesus's Wife papyrus was imaged through the encasing acrylic sheet using a monochrome camera to capture a series of registered images illuminated with successive wavelengths of light. The narrow band illumination is provided by multiple banks of LED light sources that emit light in 13 or more ultraviolet, visible, and infrared wavelength bands. Some images were filtered to capture fluorescence emissions from the ink and papyrus. The following processed images have been computer processed by Dr. Christens-Barry for analytical purposes and assigned colors that capture the spectral responses not visible to the human eye.
- GJW recto with royal blue fluorescence and filter
- GJW recto with ultraviolet fluorescence and filter
- GJW verso with royal blue fluorescence and filter
- GJW verso with ultraviolet fluorescence and filter