At 09:48 AM 9/18/07 -0700, 333 <nagasiva@...
>Fr Heidrick writes:
># Some extensions should be considered, but an isolation by
># source object can be important. E.g, my on-line Hebrew
># Gematria table
>I see no mention of that source. could you name it here?
_Davies'_ -- click on the upper left block of the grid table, where it
says "Intro" for that and related information. Some bits have come from
_Ginsburg's_ -- cited toward the bottom of that "Intro" page and footnoted
under number sections which include entries from Ginsburg.
># I may broaden that base at some point, but only to other
># dictionaries or lexicons. Otherwise, source notes
># will be included.
>is that your plan for your page? I see no sources yet,
>so am curious and ask after detail. thanks. :)
Check out that intro page for most of that. I'll resume new entries from
Davies, continuing on to other sources, after I get further with my
digitizing of microfilm and OTO papers here.
Just now I'm scanning the first Georgian-Latin dictionary from a
microfilm I made back in 1975 e.v. (That's the probable inspiration for the
"Theban Alphabet"). All the British Museum MSS here on film have been
scanned and are in process of PDF'n. Those include mainly Sloane and a
couple Cottonian MSS with Dee and Kelley Enochiana, as well as a dozen or
so Grimories. Some of the printed editions (Fludd, Dee, Rosenroth, Kircher
etc) are available now on my website (near the bottom of the home page).
Unfortunately, the British Museum/Library has a rather draconian policy
regarding web publishing of MSS scans. I had hoped to get some of that
published on my site, but it looks like that's not going to happen any time
soon. The OTO materials I filmed in the 70's and 80's e.v. are digitized
now, as well as most of the matter from the Motta trials -- all that
amounts to about 12-15,000 pages. About 30 books from my wandering in the
UCB stacks have been digitized from film (Budge's translation of the
Ethiopian "Bandlet of Righteousness" is a particularly curious one, by the
way). I'm completing a mostly paper scanned archive for the USOTO
Electoral College (about 3,000 pages). Busy, busy, busy..... I'm OCR'n old
SciFi magazines for recreation...
I will continue to add new stuff to my pages from time to time, but the
Gematria section will have to wait a bit for the next update.