TLG Disk

Date: Thu Mar 23 2000 - 20:04:16 EST

In a message dated 3/23/2000 6:54:14 AM Central Daylight Time, writes:

 The E disk HAS been released; our department made the exchange of D for E
 by overnight mail two weeks ago. I don't know that I would make the claim
 that "just about everything else of the Greek literary corpus" is on the E
 disk, however. The TLG web site does have a listing of what's on it and of
 what was on the D disk. I note for instance that a lot more of Origen is on
 E than was on D, but my guess is that a good deal of the Greek patristic
 corpus is absent still from this corpus. >>

I get the distinct impression that if you get the "E" disk you have the
contents of the "D" disk included. Correct?


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