[B-Greek] What resources should be in one's Greek library (was Con Campbell on Interlinears -- ADDENDUM
George F Somsel
gfsomsel at yahoo.com
Wed Oct 7 11:11:36 EDT 2009
Everything I mentioned excepting the Odyssey, Moule's _Idiom Book_, Thucidides, Herodotus, Plato and (at the moment) Smyth are available in Logos. I prefer the electronic edition for basically two reasons:
1. They are more easily searchable.
2. They don't occupy any shelf space and are more readily portable (Try taking your library with you on a trip!).
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From: Robert Ellis <rellis at elizabethtonchurchofchrist.org>
To: B-Greek <b-greek at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Wednesday, October 7, 2009 7:34:05 AM
Subject: Re: [B-Greek] What resources should be in one's Greek library (was Con Campbell on Interlinears -- ADDENDUM
I have been studying NT Greek for about 12 years with varying degrees of
fervor along the way. I would say that I have probably made better
progress in the last two years than the previous ten. At this point I
have read almost all of the GNT, and I am now wanting to expand a little
in my reading. I have done a little reading from the LXX, but I would
also like to have easier access to Josephus, Philo, the apostolic
fathers, etc. Unfortunately I have found it nearly impossible to find
such resources in print. On the other hand, I have found that Logos
(which I use extensively) has a number of Greek texts available in
morphologically tagged editions. At this point I am not sure whether to
seek these (1) in print, (2) in the Logos system, or (3) in another
software system. Suggestions?
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