Read Some Greek - The Greek Texts
The text of Daniel is taken from Henry Barclay Swete's 1896 edition of the Septuagint. It is in the public domain.
The text of Pseudo-Apollodorus' Library is taken from Sir James George Frazer's 1921 edition, so is in the public domain.
The texts are in the public domain. I do not believe that any work related to digitization creates any new rights to the texts but if they do, I waive them.
The parsing data is new and is released under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license.
Those familiar with MorphGNT will immediately notice the its influence on the text formatting. I have gone my own way in some significant ways in regard to punctuation and versification but much of the general format and the codes themselves are all shamelessly lifted from this very awesome project. My departures are subject to change.
And in the spirit of shamelessly lifting from another open source project (with attribution, of course), here is some information on my format.
- unique code for a word, generally based at this point on the division breakdown of the work.
- part of speech
- parsing code
- word (with punctuation stripped)
- normalized word
Part of Speech Code
RA definite article
RD demonstrative pronoun
RI interrogative/indefinite pronoun
RP personal pronoun
RR relative pronoun
- person (1=1st, 2=2nd, 3=3rd)
- tense (P=present, I=imperfect, F=future, A=aorist, X=perfect, Y=pluperfect)
- voice (A=active, M=middle, P=passive)
- mood (I=indicative, D=imperative, S=subjunctive, O=optative, N=infinitive, P=participle)
- case (N=nominative, G=genitive, D=dative, A=accusative)
- number (S=singular, P=plural)
- gender (M=masculine, F=feminine, N=neuter)
- degree (C=comparative, S=superlative)
Contributions are welcome. The license is quite open. Just recognize that some, including myself, may use any contributions in the future for commercial purposes as the license allows.