It is written in capital letters, with an interlinear Anglo-Saxon version.
It's no credit to carry an interlinear translation of your temperament on your face.
The publishers themselves say, "We give the Greek text with an interlinear translation as literal as may be to be useful."
The interlinear arrangement used in the Middle Ages had been abandoned in all but a few exceptional cases.
The narrative occupies thirty-six pages, with interlinear corrections and additions.
An interlinear note, 'He was heretofore clarke of the Committee of Indempnity,' is also scored out.
His most famous work, however, is the codex containing the Epistles of St. Paul, with a marginal and interlinear commentary.
But I have taken full liberty to bring into their proper place marginalia, interlinear notes, addenda on opposite pages, &c.
Full hieroglyphic text, interlinear transliteration, word-for-word translation, smooth translation.
Besides, the uninitiated may read it, thanks to an Italian interlinear translation.