I had not realised earlier, but there are 27 works of Ephraim Graecus online in English! Credit for this goes entirely to Tikhon Alexander Pino, a PhD candidate at Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI. The list of translations is at his Saint Ephrem blog, here.
Around half of the translations are his. The remainder were made by the late Archimandrite Ephrem Lash, and posted online by him at his own, now vanished website, anastasis.org.uk. Fortunately Archive.org has kept copies of these.
In addition Mr Pino has found three manuscripts of Ephraim Graecus online, from St Catherine’s Monastery in Sinai: Sinai gr. 335; 1909; and 1602. More stuff here.
It’s really marvellous.
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I noticed all his traslations are are based on those seven books. So you can read both at the same time. Have a nice reading time 😀
Thanks, Roger! There are many more manuscripts available online. I have some images of them on the Facebook page: https://tinyurl.com/ybbussuh. I hope to add more of them to the site when I get a chance.
You’ve been doing a wonderful job – I had not realised who you were when you commented earlier. Thank you so much for all those translations! And the manuscripts! Please press on with Ephraem Graecus!