[b-greek] Re: Koine on the Net

From: Philip Graber (omc01091@mail.wvnet.edu)
Date: Sun Oct 08 2000 - 16:37:49 EDT

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<DIV>Both NT and LXX are available in Unicode format at:</DIV>
<DIV>There are several Unicode fonts available.&nbsp; A free one is available
<DIV>Philip Graber<BR>Ronceverte, West Virginia, USA</DIV>
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  <DIV><FONT face=Arial size=2>I am looking for a location on the net where I
  can download the NT text in a word processor format (any will do) for printing
  if that is possible. If anyone knows if such a thing exists, I'd like to get a
  copy. The purpose is to assist in translation exercises (I'm currently
  translating Mark). I find the fastest way to translate is to print the text
  well spaced, leaving lots of room for parsing etc&nbsp;above each line
  of&nbsp;the text. If specialised Greek fonts are also required, I'd be
  interested to know how to get hold of them
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