I’ve been at home this week with a cold, so I have been distracting myself by searching on my phone for material about the Quirinal temple. But I shall have to go back to work on Monday, I think, boxes of tissues and all.
A colleague is looking for manuscripts online containing Chrysostom’s Expositio in Psalmos. (Pinakes list here). It’s not clear that anything much is online, even now. The Vatican digitisations seem to have skipped these mss. I looked at the British Library, French National Library, and Spanish; nothing much.
Getting up, I look out of the window. Rain is falling through the sunlight.
I’ve still got quite a bit of material about the Quirinal temple to post. But I do not know whether I shall get to it or not.
I also have a pile of books which I wanted to turn into PDFs. These will have to wait. I also would like to get back to translating Eutychius, but this too must wait. I’ve been collecting some recent scholarship on the quotations in the works of Eusebius of Caesarea. But again I haven’t got to it. So much to do.
During the week I am again in a hotel. Sadly I find that in the evenings I must just relax, rather than sit at the computer, as I have done all day. Oh well. We can only do what we can do.