RE: [GTh] RE: A question
The material on the website doesn't say. It will be the editions in common
use in the Coptic Orthodox Church and taught by their seminary, because the
CD also contains an introductory course in Bhairic Coptic which is
equivalent to the first year of Coptic at the Coptic Theological Seminary.
The other things on the CD are a searchable Bohairic-English Dictionary and
the Coptic Orthodox lectionary for weekdays. The person who maintains the
website is Hany Takla <HTakla@...> You could email him and ask.
Or one of the people who has a copy of the CD might be able to tell you.
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> I have to ask, what editions of the Sahidic and Bohairic are
> included on the Coptic CD mentioned? Are they Horner's?
> Whose? Based on what manuscripts?
> p.s. Why hasn't anybody pdf'd Horner's for me to download
> yet? I don't care how long it is - I want it! :P
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- Andrew Wrote:] (about Crum's Coptic Dictionary)
I might be interested in reprinting it if it's in the public domain,
though a book of 950 pages or so is difficult to produce.
This would be an admirable undertaking, especially if you could create it in
PDF format. The online version is immensely helpful, but navigating in it
from page to page is a certified pain in the butt. Also, have you noticed
that the bottom of some pages has been chopped off?
Humble Maine Woodsman