The evangelists are identified by the fact that they occur in the episodic formula. It is interesting that the most common possible saint name, XI D, is not apparently an evangelist (though it may not refer to a saint at all).
Two of the possible evangelists have names starting CO, which suggests Mark and Matthew. If this is phonetic, then I wonder if the Holy Noun is a nomen sacrum for Maria Mater [Dei].
On the other hand, a phonetic reading of CO=ma militates against the idea that CO, CX and C are variants of the same glyph, since the apparent name for Thomas begins with CX.
|HF HS||29||John the Evangelist|
|CO IH D||24||Luke the Evangelist|
|XDC D||13||Matthew the Evangelist|
|A CO D||11|
|CO CE XC||11|
|XDGBA E XDGB E||10|
|CO C IX [C] ADD||5|
|CX I CX [I] or CX I QX||5|
|CO I [I] WD||4||Author of a scripture with at least 15 chapters, perhaps as many as 35 chapters.|
|CX F O||4||Thomas the Apostle|
|KBA C1Q D||3|
|CUNSA I IX CUNSAR I I||3||possibly something like I Peter and II Peter|
|CUNSAR I I||2||possibly something like II Peter|
|V I V IX||2|
|A C IT||1|
|C C C D||1|
|C D K||1|
|C T D||1|
|CO I XCAB||1||Author of a scripture with at least nine chapters.|