Acts of ps.Linus now online

The English translation that I commissioned of the 4th century fictional Acts of ps.Linus is now online in PDF form.  It can be found here:

http://archive.org/details/ActsOfPseudo-linus

I’m making the item public domain; do with it whatever you like, personal, educational or commercial.

I will create an HTML version in due course, but at the moment I have no time.  The PDF is just created from the Word .docx files that the translator sent me.

As ever, we all owe a debt of gratitude to Andrew Eastbourne for the quality effort that he made on this.

7 thoughts on “Acts of ps.Linus now online

  1. Would it be possible to submit a copy to the British Library and/or your alma mater? I spend my days looking through material only 100 years old and it’s a daily frustration when I see that small publications were missed and no longer exist.

  2. An interesting point. I deeply loathe the British Library, and I don’t have a higher opinion of Merton College either. But your point is a good one; when these items go to electronic nothingness, where will copies be accessible? I will consider creating a publication of some sort, solely for this purpose.

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