[b-greek] RE: b-greek digest: July 04, 2000

From: Maurice A. O'Sullivan (mauros@iol.ie)
Date: Wed Jul 05 2000 - 08:26:39 EDT

<x-flowed>At 08:18 05/07/00, David C. Hindley wrote:
>Your only alternative is to shell out $200-$400 for a high level
>electronic bible like Hermeneutika's BibleWorks or Logos Software's
>product (name slips me). These kinds of programs definitely do have
>exactly what you want

Just to clarify a couple of things:

The price range you quote for the Logos products that come on a CD-ROM is
about right.However, if Graeme simply wants the text and morphological tags
of the LXX, he can download the data files for:
Septuagint with Morphology (Alfred Rahlf's) from the Logos web-site
on to his HD, then call Logos to unlock just these files for $100 ( the
basic Logos operating system is available for free ).

However, the best value IMHO is the Bible Windows program ( many English
version, the GNT, LXX, BHS, Vulgage, lexicons, etc etc ) which is available
for $185 from Dove Booksellers http://www.dovebook.com/software/bibl-win.asp


Maurice A. O'Sullivan [ Bray, Ireland ]

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