My project to publish an edition and translation of the remains of Eusebius of Caesarea’s Gospel problems and solutions continues to progress. I still intend to make the translation freely available online, but first I need to sell some paper copies to recover the money spent. The total of the money is now assuming quite impressive dimensions – about the size of a small car!
Today an updated version of the translation of the Coptic fragments arrived. The translator has difficulties with technology — I have asked her to print whatever she needs to and just send it to me! I’ve also suggested she get a training course in this stuff, because it’s really not optional any more.
Also the chap proof-reading the Greek has nearly finished the fragments of the Ad Marinum bit; I’ve sent him the fragments of the Ad Stephanum portion as well. If he wants it, I may send him a large chunk of the epitome as well. This is going really well.
Also someone has written and volunteered to translate some of the untranslated Chrysostom that I discussed here, on a commission basis. I’ve sent him Migne’s text of the sermon ad Kalendas — on the New Year’s festival — and we’ll see what sort of job he makes of the first column of that.
In addition the chap I sent the Severian of Gaballa, De sigillis librorum, has volunteered to have a go at a translation for free. That is very kind of him, and it will be interesting to see what emerges. I’ve also had an interesting email from the chap who put me onto Severian in the first place, with some manuscripts detail (which I must actually read!).
A busy day. But I shall start winding down things on this blog; I now need to prepare seriously for Syria.