Cunliffe's Lexicon on CD?
ekrentz at lstc.edu
Mon Jan 25 03:02:24 EST 1999
Some on b-greek might be interested in this note. What is its use beyond
LSJ? It's a special lexicon that gives more references than does the big
one; besides it's a minor classic in classics.
>Date: Sat, 23 Jan 1999 15:19:44 -0500
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>From: Jeff Rydberg-Cox <jrydberg at flash.net>
>To: classics at u.washington.edu
>Subject: Re: Cunliffe's Lexicon on CD?
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>As far as I know there is no electronic version of Cunliffe's lexicon
>because it is not in the public domain.
>However, the Perseus project is currently preparing Autenrieth's Homeric
>Dictionary for electronic publication. I hope to have the dictionary
>edited and available on the Perseus web site sometime this spring. When
>the dictionary is ready, I will post an announcement on the Perseus home
>page and on the Classics list.
>There are no immediate plans for a CD distribution of the dictionary.
>Jeffrey A. Rydberg-Cox
>Assistant Editor for Greek Language and Lexicography
>The Perseus Project
>Medford MA 02155
>jrydberg at perseus.tufts.edu
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