My free translation of Firmicus Maternus continues to make progress, slowly. I have hopes of completing this and placing it online before Christmas. I’m not quite sure when I can get to editing Eusebius, Tough Questions on the Gospels, as Real Life is going to interfere. But on a positive note it looks as if I may be able to fund a bit more translation work this winter than I had expected to.
Among the items that I would like to get done are some of the small late Roman verses, such as the Carmen adversus paganos which gives us information on the Taurobolium. I really wish that Prudentius was online as well.
If I had more time, I’d like to return to working on QuickLatin, and on my Greek translation programme. Sadly it looks as if those will have to be put off.