rsalm wrote:I have both a hardcopy and digital copy of the work, and am pleased to send either to someone who offers to translate all or part of the text, which is 25 pages of Greek divided (by the editor) into 35 sections, most sections averaging a paragraph each.
The first six sections are theologically the most important, I believe, and their translation would be a particular boon. . . The major part of Acta Marci (known separately as the "Martyrium of Mark") consists of the miraculous and Mark's martyrdom in Alexandria.
The Greek text that I have is in Analecta Bollandiana vol. 87 (1979):346-371.
Volume 87 is from 1969, isn't it? Schneemelcher describes this text in section 9.2 in volume 2. See http://books.google.ca/books?id=v6IqqnE ... 22&f=false
It also is mentioned in Repertorium Biblicum Medii Aevi, Volume 8. See http://books.google.ca/books?id=IPWw3Nm ... in&f=false