Monday, February 26, 2007
I've just been looking at the Titus website with its breathtaking array of material of interest to the linguist. What is of interest to textual critics, however, will be the fact that a number of ancient Bible versions, or transcriptions of manuscripts, are now appearing online. From the Titus page you can read transcriptions of the Old Georgian gospels (for instance, the Adysh manuscript is there), the Old Armenian Bible (Künzle's edition of the Gospels; Zohrab's of the Bible) and the Udi NT. Syriac biblical material (including transcription!) is available for members. There are many other features. Even if you do not know the languages in question, the site is well worth browsing just to get a sense of what is out there.
Posted by P.J. Williams at 9:44 pm