From: Robert Benn Vincent, Sr. (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Jan 12 1997 - 07:12:03 EST
A program that I use, Logos 2.0c on CD, not only has the Septuagint, but
each word is described and linked to Bauer, Arndt, Gingrich and Danker's A
Greek-English lexicon of the New Testament and other early Christian
literature. They also can be linked to A lexicon : Abridged from Liddell
and Scott's Greek-English lexicon.
The company's web site is:
Another program about to be released for the Septuagint is from the
Gramcord Institute; their Web site is:
Robert Benn Vincent, Sr.
> From: kali t. korkos <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: B-GREEK@virginia.edu
> Subject: SEPTUAGINT ON CD
> Date: Saturday, January 11, 1997 11:42 PM
> I just signed onto this listserver a few minutes ago for the
> time. It has been many years ince I formally studied Greek, classical,
> is. I have recently obtained my Master's Degree in Learning Disability
> now may have time to go back to some of my old interests. I am of Greek
> descent and have always spoken and written modern Greek since a child.
> helped me tremendously when I was studying Greek, especially while I
> in Greece. At this time, I am working on a project that will require
> renewed study of Greek and a little Latin. Does anyone have knowledge
> version of the Septuagint on CD or diskette for IBM PC? I am not a real
> Greek scholar, but I do have a good working knowledge of classical and NT
> Greek. Also, I would love to acquire a computerized version of a good
> dictionary, and, of course, a good Greek one inclusive of the various
> of Greek, from classical through New Testament.
> Any suggestions? Any ideas will help.
> You can e-mail me to above addresss.
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