Here’s a couple of stray thoughts, relating to previous posts.
Firstly, I can confirm that there is a translation into English of Theodoret’s Fabularum Haereticorum Compendium in the 1990 these by Glenn Melvin Cope, An analysis of the heresiological method of Theodoret of Cyrus in the “Haereticarum fabularum compendium”. I got hold of a copy today, and all five books are translated.
Secondly … Andrew Eastbourne very kindly translated a scholion on Lucian, which related to Mithras. I extracted it from Cumont’s Textes et Monumentes and asked him to do the honours. Here’s what he says:
Cumont cites two scholia on Lucian which discuss Mithra(s), from the edition of Jacobitz. For a more recent edition, see Rabe, Scholia in Lucianum (1906).
Scholion on Lucian, Zeus Rants / Jupiter tragoedus 8 [cf. Rabe, p. 60]:
This Bendis… Bendis is a Thracian goddess, and Anubis is an Egyptian [god], whom the theologoi call “dog-faced.” Mithras is Persian, and Men is Phrygian. This Mithras is the same as Hephaestus, but others say [he is the same as] Helios. So then, because the barbarians would take pride in wealth, they naturally also outfitted their own gods most expensively. And Attis is revered by the Phrygians…
Scholion on Lucian, The Parliament of the Gods / Deorum concilium 9 [cf. Rabe, p. 212]
Mithrês [Mithras]… Mithras is the sun [Helios], among the Persians.
 I have noted points where Rabe’s edition differs in substance from the text printed by Cumont. Rabe’s edition is available online at http://www.archive.org/details/scholiainlucianu00rabe
 Lucian’s text here mentions Bendis, Anubis, Attis, Mithrês [Mithras], and Mên.
 The Greek term normally refers to poets who wrote about the gods, like Hesiod or Orpheus. Note that this is an emendation; the mss. read logoi (“words / discourses / accounts”), which Rabe adopts in his edition.
 Gk. ekômôn; lit., “wore their hair long / let their hair grow long.”
 Rabe’s text: “Mithras is the same as Helios, among the Persians.”
I will add this material to my collection of Mithras literary references.