I’m having another attempt to locate any Armenian fragments of the Gospel Problems and Solutions of Eusebius. There must be professors of Armenian who know where these might be found. All I have to do is ask. As a first shot, I’ve written to Theo van Lint, who is Gulbenkian Professor of Armenian Studies at Oxford, and asked if he can tell me:
- What catenas there are in Armenian
- Whether any have been published, or else where the mss are
I don’t know if I will get an answer from this doubtless busy man, but it’s worth a go.
Some good news; I had rather despaired of ever getting the Coptic fragments completed, but the translator has sprung into life again, and another chunk arrived tonight. If all the Coptic does arrive in a reasonable period, I might be tempted to look again at the Arabic translation of it recorded by Graf as containing material by Eusebius.
UPDATE: 22nd January, and no reply. Oh well.