From: Mark Goodacre (M.S.GOODACRE@bham.ac.uk)
Date: Wed Mar 17 1999 - 09:48:15 EST
On 17 Mar 99 at 7:59, James P. Ware wrote:
> This may have been discussed before on the list, and if so I apologize. I am
> looking for a public domain text of the Greek New Testament that I can
> download and use for classes and various purposes. Is one available on the
> internet? Are any of the texts on CD-Rom public domain? I would appreciate
> any information.
You might want to try my annotated listing of versions available on the
Not all of these are public domain, though some are. On-Line Bible, for
example, has Stephanus - 1550, Scrivener - 1894 and Westcott-Hort. I assume
that these are public domain -- there is no hint on the site of who the
copyright is held by if not. They also have NA26/27 (with no apparatus, of
course), which is definitely not public domain.
The On-Line Bible (like the Original Greek New Testament at OliveTree) is good
for searching and accessing via the web. For downloading onto your own
machine, the place to go is Vincent Broman's site -- lots of texts, several
public domain, all requiring alot of effort (unzipping, formatting etc.).
I hope that this helps. Let me know if not.
Dr Mark Goodacre mailto:M.S.Goodacre@bham.ac.uk
Dept of Theology tel: +44 121 414 7512
University of Birmingham fax: +44 121 414 6866
Birmingham B15 2TT United Kingdom
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