(NHC VI, 1)

An account of the adventures of Peter and his companion on a journey taken by them after Jesus’ resurrection. In the text, Peter meets a pearl named Lithargoel, and at his bidding, Peter and his go to Lithargoel’s city. turns out to be the risen Christ, who commissions them for ministry. The title appears at the end of the tractate. Extant only in Coptic, was in Greek. It resembles other Acts produced in the second and third centuries. Its provenance is uncertain.