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  • Michael Grondin
    The following note was posted to another group. I ve since added the link mentioned to my links page - http://www.geocities.com/mwgrondin/x_links.htm. -MWG
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 19, 2005
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      The following note was posted to another group. I've since added the link
      mentioned to my links page -
      http://www.geocities.com/mwgrondin/x_links.htm.
      -MWG
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      > [Racheal]:
      >> In my internet searches I found a number of really useful sites
      >> containing great information.
      >>
      >> One such link on Coptic is
      >> http://www.metalog.org/files/plumley/html/TOC.HTM
      >
      > This is the table of contents from J. Martin Plumley's Introductory
      > (Sahidic) Coptic Grammar, as transcribed in html. The Metalogos site
      > (Paterson Brown) has two versions of Plumley's grammar - this one, and
      > a set of images of Plumley's original hand-written notes. The links page
      > of my site links to the images, but not to the transcription (which hadn't
      > been completed when I created the link, as I recall). I should probably
      > change that now. A couple of things to note is that Plumley's work was
      > pre-Nag Hammadi (in 1948, the codices weren't yet widely available to
      > scholars), and that the transcribed version of his notes requires the
      > installation of five fonts (if the link above shows English letters
      > instead of Coptic, you don't have those fonts installed). The TOC is the
      > third page of the transcription, following a cover page and an
      > introductory note from which the five fonts can be downloaded. I think
      > I'll link to the cover page from my site, rather than directly to the TOC.
      > The interested reader can then go to the second page, install the fonts,
      > move down to the TOC and bookmark that on his own, if desired.
      >
      > Mike
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