It's knowledge I picked up and listed (not from Islamic awareness). But Islamic awareness has listed these C14's in their table in a reliable way, their numbers are correct.
Qaf47 is very early as I told you, but amongst the manuscripts I mention here, it is not possible to rank them according to age. They are all very early, 650, maybe even 640/630.
well all right .. they are all very early manuscripts..say.....630-640-650., and there is nothing wrong in using Islamic-awareness.org
to gather information on early Quran manuscripts dear mundi.. so you did not follow up on the question
My research showed the following:
The manuscript CPP (= arabe a/b) is considered by some scholars as extremely early. But no C14 has been done on it. If I take this manuscript into accunt on top of other C14 dated pre 650 Qurans, the table changes to this:
3:144 No mention in any of the early manuscripts, present in arabe a and in Qaf 47 (with confirmed C14 to 650)
33:40 present in Dam 1-25.1 (no image available), present in Chester Beatty I (no image available) (both manuscripts have been C14'd to around 650)
47: 2 only present in Dam 1-29.1 (no image available, only partial presence "mh")
48:29 only present in Dam 1-29.1 (no image available, part of verse containing "mhmd"is missing)
yeezevee: Should I take that as "ONLY ONE VERSE THAT IS 3:144 conclusively mentioned the word "Muhammad " and other four are Questionable??
I guess in your research of early Qurans., You are excluding
the one from “Qur'ān Of ʿUthmān” At The Topkapi Museum, Istanbul, Turkey, From 1st / 2nd Century Hijra.
.. which has been assumed that it was published in Late 1st century / early 2nd century of hijra..((~somewhere between 690 to 185)..
So that Quran in that Istanbul, Turkey.. must have had all 4 "Muhammads and that Ahmad" word in it...
Did you had any chance of looking in to that dear mundi??