PARSED INTERLINEAR VULGATE!?

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agresko
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PARSED INTERLINEAR VULGATE!?

Post by agresko » Tue Oct 11, 2011 4:50 pm

PLEASE!!! Does anyone out there know where I could find a parsed interlinear vulgate, along the hamiltonian and locke system--IE, something along the lines of the dozens of wonderful parsed interlinear translations of the Greek NT (it's times like this I wish I was studying greek). The closest I've found is an interlinear of Lhomonds sacred history, which is *ok*, but not what I'm looking for (the NT would be best.... I can't read Latin Genesis, but there are WHOLE vignettes and episodes in the Latin NT that I can pick up and grab as easily as a snickers candy bar). Right now, in my latin studies, I'm *stuck* on Unit 40 of the Cambridge Latin course (so close yet so far), and a PARSED* interlinear vulgate (or at least the NT part of it) would be a blissful blessing. THANK YOU ALL VERY VERY MUCH!

Godspeed!

Gresko

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Re: PARSED INTERLINEAR VULGATE!?

Post by Patruus » Wed Oct 12, 2011 8:14 pm

I don't know of anything that exactly meets your requirement, but the following come fairly close:

(1) Latin-English interlinear without parsing -
http://www.sacredbible.org/studybible/index.htm

(2) Latin, with parsing by clicking on individual words, and the option to display English in parallel (not interlinear) -
http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/col ... %2CVulgate

Alternatively to the clunky 4th-century Latin of the Vulgate, you could go for Sebastian Castellio's elegant translation into CLASSICAL Latin -
http://groups.google.com/group/alt.lang ... f1dd34ccfd

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