Abridged Greek Lexicon by H. G. Liddell, R. Scott
  

Abridged Greek Lexicon

Written by H. G. Liddell, R. Scott
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Abridged Greek Lexicon by H. G. Liddell, R. Scott

This abridgement of the world's most authoritative dictionary of ancient Greek is intended chiefly for use in schools. To this end, some of the more specialised words relating to medicine and science have been excluded, whilst words from works of particular relevance to school usage have been retained, and the number of irregular verb tenses expanded.

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The most useful Greek lexicon for the beginner, in some respects more helpful even than its two larger brothers. --Joseph B. Solodow, Stanford University The only currently available classical Greek lexicon that is of use to elementary students. --Sue Elwyn, Brigham Young University An extremely valuable book for advanced scholars as well as for beginners. --Otto Steinmayer, Yale University. The most useful Greek lexicon for the beginner, in some respects more helpful even than its two larger brothers. --Joseph B. Solodow, Stanford University The only currently available classical Greek lexicon that is of use to elementary students. --Sue Elwyn, Brigham Young University An extremely valuable book for advanced scholars as well as for beginners. --Otto Steinmayer, Yale University. The most useful Greek lexicon for the beginner, in some respects more helpful even than its two larger brothers. --Joseph B. Solodow, Stanford University The only currently available classical Greek lexicon that is of use to elementary students. --Sue Elwyn, Brigham Young University An extremely valuable book for advanced scholars as well as for beginners. --Otto Steinmayer, Yale University. The most useful Greek lexicon for the beginner, in some respects more helpful even than its two larger brothers. --Joseph B. Solodow, Stanford University

An extremely valuable book for advanced scholars as well as for beginners. --Otto Steinmayer, Yale University. The most useful Greek lexicon for the beginner, in some respects more helpful even than its two larger brothers. --Joseph B. Solodow, Stanford University The only currently available classical Greek lexicon that is of use to elementary students. --Sue Elwyn, Brigham Young University An extremely valuable book for advanced scholars as well as for beginners. --Otto Steinmayer, Yale University.

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Format

Hardback
816 pages

Author

H. G. Liddell, R. Scott
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

26th March 1963

ISBN

9780199102075


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