I've read that the Nash papyrus commandments have differences with the ones found at the Hebrew Bible of the time.
I was only able to find out that one of them is the sequence of 3 of the commandments.
Is there any other significant difference or variant?
I went yesterday to the Cambridge University library to see the papyrus and found this text regarding it:
The Nash Papyrus is one of the oldest examples of the text of the Hebrew Bible, dating back from the second century BCE. It contains only the Ten Commandments and the Shema prayer (‘Hear, O Israel’). It is perhaps from a phylactery, a box containing scripture that orthodox Jews wear when praying. The tex of the Ten Commandments preserved on the papyrus is different from that found in the Bible, suggesting that even this fundamental religious text has changed.