The Liddell Scott Greek-English Lexicon (known as LSJ) has been a crucial resource for many Logos users in their Greek studies. Now, with the massive update released last week, LSJ is even better.
What makes LSJ so valuable is that it pulls from a massive pool of literature to help you better understand the Greek words you are studying. LSJ’s sources include the Septuagint, the Greek New Testament, a handful of early Christian literature, and thousands of Greek classics.
In light of the upcoming release of the Perseus Classics Collection, we have tagged nearly 200,000 references to the Greek classics in the Perseus Classics Collection. Now, when reading an entry in this lexicon, you need only hover your cursor over a link, and a popup will show you the context of the resource it’s from. If you right click on the reference, you can go straight to the resource, or even the English translation if it’s available.
Order the Perseus Classics Collection Today!
With Perseus Classics Collection, you get a massive amount of content—over 1,100 volumes—for free! Not only are these timeless, monumental resources in themselves, the Perseus Classics Collection can help revolutionize your textual searches in Logos 4. When coupled with the improved Liddell Scott Greek-English Lexicon, you have a powerhouse of Greek study.
And make sure you check out the other Perseus Collections. You will find key works of Renaissance literature—and literature from early America.
With the whole collection, you get all of these resources added to your library absolutely free! Act fast! Perseus ships September 30, so place your pre-order now!