Franco Scalenghe runs http://www.epitteto.com/ and you can download as PDF or read as hypertext his new translation of the Enchiridion, Discourses, and Fragments. Franco’s translation attempts to keep the conversational style of the Discourses alive, in a way that some of the translations from the 20th or 19th centuries may lack for modern readers.
I’m working Franco’s translation now, and it’s an exciting new light in which to view Epictetus. I suspect it will get a permanent place right next to the Higginson translation for me.
The Enchiridion 1 video now has English translation, and reading markers throughout.
Eventually, we’ll have translations and sight markers for all of these videos, but it is a time-intensive process.
Note: The sight markers and translation does not appear on mobile because YouTube.