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Resources for the Glossa Ordinaria
« on: May 15, 2015, 09:32:27 pm »
Here is a site I created a while back where I organized a lot of resources for the Glossa Ordinaria.  There are manuscripts and versions of the Gloss on most of the books of the Glossa Ordinaria.  Here is the link to the site   https://sites.google.com/site/glossaordinariaproject/home

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Re: Resources for the Glossa Ordinaria
« Reply #1 on: May 15, 2015, 10:58:27 pm »
I found a site in Erfurt, Germany, that has a beautiful, high-definition copy of the 1480 Strassburg Glossa.  The facsimile on this site is actually better than the printed copy that I am using for my work.

http://archive.thulb.uni-jena.de/ufb/content/main/Projekte/PoessneckerInkunabeln.xml

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Re: Resources for the Glossa Ordinaria
« Reply #2 on: May 15, 2015, 11:06:09 pm »
Also, I have been in touch with a group in France, headed by Prof. Martin Manard, that is working on a complete transciption of the Glossa.  Some of this work has been released, but the major portion will begin to be released starting in August.  The site is http://www.glossae.net  Much of the site is written in French.

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Re: Resources for the Glossa Ordinaria
« Reply #3 on: May 15, 2015, 11:07:20 pm »
That does look nice and clear!  Are you using the printed version Bibliorum Sacrorum cum Glossa Ordinaria Venice 1603?

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Re: Resources for the Glossa Ordinaria
« Reply #4 on: May 15, 2015, 11:12:55 pm »
I transcribed Jonah for them.  They have really been getting lots done lately.  The Gospels are done, and they are finishing up Revelation.  They sent me Revelation, but the translator that I am editing for actually didn't need it because she chose to use multiple manuscripts.  But what glossae.net is doing is wonderful, hopefully it will spur translators to approach the Gloss.

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Re: Resources for the Glossa Ordinaria
« Reply #5 on: May 16, 2015, 08:31:24 am »
I am using: Biblia latina cum glossa ordinaria: Facsimile reprint of the editio princeps Adolph Rusch of Strassburg 1480/81.  This is the same facsimile that Erfurt has online.  The copy that I have is on Interlibrary Loan from the University of Alabama, Huntsville.  My library at the seminary is attempting to locate and purchase a copy for me to work with, but so far they have not been successful. 

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« Reply #6 on: May 16, 2015, 09:23:56 am »
I am sure you are way ahead of me on what's available for your project, but in case you are not aware that glossae.net does have Rusch version of Galatians in a handy transcribed version on PDF here http://glossae.net/sites/default/files/GO_63_Ad_Galatas.pdf

They don't have Ephesians on PDF yet but it is in preparations.  Sometimes they have a rough draft done but are double checking it.  They would probably send you what they have if you are interested.  They are quite generous when it comes to that.  Marjorie Burghart is very helpful  marjorie.burghart@ehess.fr