Vaticanus Update - Entire NT in two versions!
Pasquale is at it again. :D This time he's put together a new module that contains images of Codex Vaticanus for the entire New Testament.
This module is very large, as it has two complete editions of Vaticanus.
The first edition which is directly linked to the Resource Summary Window, is the pseudofacsimile of Vaticanus by Giuseppe Cozza-Luzi and Carlo Vercellone (Bibliorum sacrorum Graecus Codex Vaticanus: auspice Pio IX. Pontifice Maximo [Romae: Typis et impensis S. Congregationis de Propaganda Fide, 1869]). In the Gospel of John and in James the pseudofacsimile images have been replaced with better images of the actual Codex Vaticanus.
Each of the images mentioned above is in turn linked to an image of Tischendorf's transcription of Vaticanus (Novum Testamentum Vaticanum: post Angeli Maii aliorumque imperfectos Labores ex ipso codice [Lipsiae: Giesecke et Derient, 1867]).
To install this file, download and unzip into your BibleWorks 7/databases folder. If you have previously installed an earlier edition of Pasquale's Vaticanus module, just let the new unzipped files overwrite them.
Enjoy this great addition to BibleWorks by Pasquale Amicarelli!
Error in compiling Vaticanus module
I am so thankful to have these modules! Much gratitude for Pasquale's compiling and Darlack and Hanel's hosting.
So, I don't want to complain, and Pasquale has certainly been more than busy, but there is an error in the compiling of the Vaticanus module. If you check, you will see that there is nothing on the pages for "Mark 1.9-37" and for "Mark 1:37-45 and 2:1-17"
I decompiled the help file, and for those pages:
a) There is an error in the coding to make the link to the Tischendorf transciption
Line now reads: <a href="VatTisc\VatTisch-045.htm'>Tischendorf's Transcription</a>
Should read: <a href='mk:@MSITStore:vattischendorf.chm::/VatTisch-045.htm'>Tischendorf's Transcription</a>
(Change 45 > 46 for the next page)
b) In decompiling, I can see that Vaticanus-45.jpg (and -46) were not included in the files.
I could fix the link to the Tischendorf transcription, but I could not find where the JPG files of the mss are from.