The correspondent who first asked about Zeno of Verona (d. 371-2) has written explaining why he was looking for a translation:
I am presently researching and compiling early church commentary on 1 Tim 2:15-3-1a, and more precisely, trying to ascertain which interpreters ascribed either a typological or illustrative reference of Eve to the church, and/or which interpreters believed that 1 Tim 2:15 was a “faithful saying”. As you are likely aware, this text has been a difficult one for interpreters. I had come across a reference to St. Zeno (here) and I wanted to verify his quotation form the original source.
The reference is in A Dictionary of Biblical Tradition in English Literature by David L. Jeffrey (Eerdmans, 1992), p.252, in the article on Eve, which fortunately appears in the Google Books preview. The relevant portion reads as follows:
The NTs depiction of the Church as the bride of Christ, together with Paul’s parallel between “the first man Adam” and Christ “the last Adam” (1 Cor. 15:45), led to an explicit association in the writings of the Church Fathers between Eve, mother of the living, and “mother” church, mater ecclesia. Zeno of Verona declared that just as Eve was created from the side of Adam, so the Church was created from the side of Christ, from which flowed blood and water, figuring the martyrdom and baptism wherein the Church actually took its beginning. In this way, says Zeno. “Adam is restored through Christ, and Eve through the church” (PL 11.352). The same idea is expressed by St. Augustine: “Eva de latere dormientis, Ecclesia de latere patientis” (PL 37.1785) — “Eve from the side of the sleeping one, the Church from the side of the suffering one.” This parallel became commonplace in the Middle Ages …
The remark of Zeno is thankfully referenced to the Patrologia Latina, vol. 11, column 352, which is online. The remark appears at the end of chapter 10 of Book 1, tractatus 13:
… ut legitime Adam per Christum, Eva per Ecclesiam renovarentur.
… so rightly Adam was restored through Christ, Eve through the Church.