Employment beckons, and dealing with the paperwork associated with that, chasing people up, and so forth, has filled up today.
I’ve emailed a PDF of the Eusebius book across to the Sources Chretiennes people for their approval. I’m reprinting their Greek text, so it is a condition of doing so that they review the manuscript. There are still a few corrections to add, but this can happen in parallel, if it takes them long to reply (as I think it might). I was going to process my list of corrections into the PDF today, but was too distracted by real-world stuff. There are really only a few, tho, I was pleased to see.
I’ve also been looking at Theodor Birt’s Die antike Buchwesen (The ancient book-trade). After translating a few paragraphs, I have run the PDF through Finereader 9 to get a better OCR’d text. I was hoping to do some more on this, but again was distracted. Maybe later.
It seems possible that I may get the rest of this week to myself, however. If so I will try to deal with both of these.