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19 October 2009


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Interesting. These appear to be the pdfs of Migne - or rather the Greek only from Migne- that were originally prepared by a Greek university and posted at http://patrologia.ct.aegean.gr/ (Δρόμοι της Πίστης) which has been offline for a while. Hmm.

Maria Pantelia, TLG Director

These PDFs are not copies of Migne's edition. Many of texts are not even present in PGM. These files were downloaded without permission from the TLG CD ROM and converted to PDF format by a group affiliated with the University of the Aegean in Greece. The majority of the files are based on modern copyrighted editions that were digitized at great cost by the TLG project at the University of California, Irvine. Upon intervention of UC legal council, the University of the Aegean removed the materials. This explains why the UOA site has been off-line. The director of the project, however, gave the files to other individuals obviously in an effort to circumvent law and the decision of his institution. Ruslan Khazarzar is one of the recipients of the pirated materials.

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