Who knows their manuscripts? I ask your help!
I understand that the nomen sacrum iota-sigma means IHSOUS.
I am looking for a <300AD manuscript that spells out Joshua/Jesus as IHSOUS. I have consulted the Septuagint and know the forms in which it is typically found in printed works: IHSOU (Genitive), IHSOUS (Nom.) IHSOUN (Acc.), IHSOI (Dat.), but when I consult <300AD manuscripts themselves, I've so far not found any of these, but only the nomen sacrum standing for each.
It is said that the nomina sacra (for Jesus/Joshua at least) are a Christian scribal tradition. So I'm looking for Christian LXX manuscripts which fail in their consistency to use the tradition at least once for this name, or for Jewish LXX manuscript which write the name in full (because they had no intent to mark the name specially as a divine name).
Garth Grenache, Australia.