RE: [hugoye-list] Is there a Coptologist in the house?
- Dear Roger,
I am happy to contibute for the tanslation of Coptic Catena as I already publish the catena of Sevrus of Antioch.
For my publication list cf.
Youhanna Nessim Youssef
Senior Research Associate
Centre of Early Christian Studies
Australian Catholic University
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> From: roger_pearse@...
> Date: Thu, 11 Sep 2008 20:07:41 +0000
> Subject: [hugoye-list] Is there a Coptologist in the house?
> People will recall that I'm interested in the Syriac remains of
> Eusebius of Caesarea's "Quaestiones" (gospel divergences and their
> solutions), and some people are helping me by translating the
> fragments. We'll publish the lot as a book, to recoup costs, sell it
> via the web, and, once the pesky costs are more or less covered (I can
> hear George laughing at my naivety), make it freely available online.
> Well, it's a bit of fun and if it works then great; if not, then I can
> take it.
> Now, I've just acquired a printed Coptic gospel catena, which seems to
> contain chunks quoted from Eusebius. But I suddenly realise that I
> have no idea where to find any Coptologists to tell me what it says.
> Does anyone know in what online equivalent of a saloon bar the people
> fluent in Coptic hang out? (Ideally with some Greek too).
> All suggestions gratefully received!
> All the best,
> Roger Pearse
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