Manuscripts of the Greek Bible:
An Introduction to Greek Paleography
BRUCE M. METZGER, 1981, p.68
Luke 16:9-21. Gregory-Aland P75. Early iii cent.
This goes a long way, as A. W. Adams remarks, 'to showing that the B-type of text was already in existence in Egypt, and in a relatively pure form, before the end of the second century. If so, the view, much canvassed in recent years, that the Alexandrian text-type was a third or fourth century recension—i.e. a deliberately revised or "made" text formed out of the "popular" texts of the second century—will need considerable revision.' 
 F. G. Kenyon, The Text of the Greek Bible, 3rd ed., revised and augmented by A. W. Adams (London, 1975), P. 77.