From: Steven Cox (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Apr 28 1998 - 19:22:45 EDT
When one sees a Greek text c. 1901 is it safe to assume
it is out of copyright? Is there anything to stop one
running it through an OCR and posting it up on a URL?
I ask this because there seem to be no greek patristic
texts on the Web.
At 21:24 98/04/27 -0600, Edgar M. Krentz wrote:
>.. It is not available easily
>any longer-though you could always xerox the pages from Abbe Migne's
>PATROLOGIA GRAECA; but if one goes to a good theological library you might
>find the student edition done years ago:
>ST. BASIL THE GREAT TO STUDENTS ON GREEK LITERATURE, with notes and
>vocabulary by Edward R. Maloney. New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: American
>Book Company1901. This edition has 20 pages of notes to aid the student
>plus a Greek-English vocabulary of all the words in the text. It would be
>fun to get together a group and read this in common.
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