Identifying abbreviations

From: Mary L B Pendergraft (
Date: Mon Apr 05 1999 - 14:27:29 EDT

Jonathan Robie pointed out the abbreviations in the front pages of LSJ are
no help for those who use that resource on-line. Here is a place that may
be helpful, on the Interactive Ancient Mediterranean site:

You can enter an abbreviation and discover whether it's in their database.
If it's not, I understand they're willing to fill in gaps.

I've sung the praises of this site before, for the maps and images it makes
available as well as for it the quality of the information it has. There
is much more to do, though, than there are funds available to support the
needed work.


Mary Pendergraft
Associate Professor of Classical Languages
Wake Forest University
Winston-Salem NC 27109-7343
336-758-5331 (NOTE: this is a new number)

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