My other favorite portable volumes are: (1) Nestle-Aland Greek NT or a
small British and Foreign Bible Society Textus Receptus & KJV parallel text
(NOT interlinear), Greek & English in two columns on each page -- about the
same size as Nestle-Aland; (I would like to know if it is still in print);
and(2) edition of Erasmus Schmidt's NT Greek concordance(complete!), about
half as thick as Nestle-Aland. (I also have Moulton-Milligan's Gk NT
concordance -- but Schmidt's has 99% of the same information in about 1/20
the weight.) My edition was published in Athens, but I think it is also
has been reprinted in the US or Britain.
[Baker Book House reprinted W.J. Hickie's Greek-English Lexicon to the NT
in paper ($1.95 in 1977). I don't know if it's in print. It's about the
same size as Souter and not bad (and also gives at least one NT ref. for
each word. It is probably older than Souter's (I think I saw an edition of
Wescott & Hort's NT in greek for students, with Hickie's lexicon in the
Best wishes. Davis Phillips
>Dave Anderson wrote:
>I am a beginning Greek student and I travel frequently. Often I study while
>on my trips. I would like to find a small sized lexicon to take with me.
>While browsing through Amazon.com Books I came across a reference to:
> Pocket Lexicon to the Greek New Testament by Alexander Souter(Ed.).
>I have never seen it and I'm wondering if anyone would recommend this one and
>about what size it is.
Davis Phillips, Senior Systems Analyst, College of Liberal Arts
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