5 Types of Dictionaries You Need

Bible dictionaries are enormously helpful (especially in Logos!), and having access to multiple types is useful for comparing definitions, studying context, and making sure you have the most accurate information. If you start adding up how much it would cost to pick up several print editions, though, you might decide that multiple types of dictionaries aren’t worth it. Luckily, with Logos—especially with Pre-Pub and Community Pricing—you can get Bible dictionaries for a fraction of the price, in a far more valuable format.

Here are five types of dictionaries on Community Pricing, some of them for up to 91% off:

a-dictionary-of-the-bible1. Biblical: A Dictionary of the Bible

Regularly $99.95—current bid is $15

The Dictionary of the Bible (5 vols.), edited by biblical scholar James Hastings, is a thorough index of all the key terms in Scripture. With over a hundred contributors, this five-volume, 4,500-page set gives you over 1,500 definitions. The articles focus on people, places, archaeology, geology, theology, and obscure biblical terms.

Here are two other Bible dictionaries on Community Pricing:

2. Greek, Hebrew, and Latin: Lewis and Short’s Latin Dictionary

Regularly $129.95—current bid is $24

Best known as “Lewis and Short,” Lewis and Short’s Latin Dictionary is an expansive, detailed dictionary of Latin words from the classical period up through the late medieval era. Based on Freund’s German edition, Lewis and Short’s Latin Dictionary is comprehensive, with over 2,000 pages of detailed lexical data.

Here are a few other classical dictionaries on Community Pricing:

dictionary-of-christian-antiquities3. Church history and religion: Dictionary of Christian Antiquities

Regularly $121.50—current bid is $12

The Dictionary of Christian Antiquities gives a complete account of the leading people, institutions, art, social life, writings, and controversies of the Christian church, covering the time of the apostles up through the age of Charlemagne.

Here are two other church-history and religion dictionaries on Community Pricing:

4.  Ancient Greece and Rome: Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities

Regularly $9.56—current bid is $8

The Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities is a 1,300-page compendium of information about the ancient world. Covering architecture, law, festivals, furniture, religion, warfare, customs, daily life, and more, it gives you access to a broader understanding of ancient life.

Here are a few other ancient-Greece and ancient-Rome dictionaries on Community Pricing:

brewers-dictionary-of-phrase-and-fable5. English and the humanities: Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase and Fable

Regularly $34.95—current bid is $20

Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase and Fable is a unique and useful reference work offering definitions of famous phrases, idioms, proverbs, allusions, and figures—literary, historical, and mythological alike. Many of these succinct explanations, marked by Brewer’s famous wit, don’t appear in traditional dictionaries or encyclopedias.

Here are two other English and humanities dictionaries on Community Pricing:

This is your chance to get these valuable dictionaries at the best price you’ll see—get yours before time runs out.

The more people who bid, the better the price, so be sure to spread the word!

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