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By S. C. Woodhouse / George Routledge & Sons / 1910
Published originally as a tool to aid in the composition of Greek sentences, S.C. Woodhouse’s massive English–Greek Dictionary: A Vocabulary of the Attic Language is a valuable tool for building a vocabulary of the Attic dialect. With Woodhouse’s dictionary, the user looks up an English word in order to find the equivalent Greek meaning, making Woodhouse’s work unique with respects to other traditional Greek lexicons. And because the sources Woodhouse used for his examples were taken from the Classical writers of Greek literature, if you have the Greek Classics Research Library (110 vols. plus Perseus Greek Classics) you can quickly jump to a reference and read it in its own original context.
With the English–Greek Dictionary: A Vocabulary of the Attic Language in your Noet library, you have the ability to do amazingly fast searches.
S.C. Woodhouse was a Professor and Scholar of Christ Church, Oxford London.