John Chrysostom delivered eight sermons against the Jews. All are of about the same length, except for sermon two, which is about a third of the length of the others. The 18th century editor Montfaucon signalled a lacuna (reprinted by Migne), i.e. that part of the sermon was lost. German scholar Wendy Pradels conducted a search of collections of manuscripts, and finally found a complete copy on the island of Lesbos. The new material was printed, with a German translation, ten years ago. But no English translation exists.
I have today received a first draft of a translation of this material, which I commissioned a while back. It looks very good. Once it is finished, I will place it in the public domain. I will also try to make sure it is added to the end of whatever copies of the English are online. Let’s hope website owners — some of rather different politics to myself — are willing to cooperate in reuniting the pieces of this work of Chrysostom.