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==Description==
 
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The Liddell, Scott, and Jones (LSJ) Greek lexicon in the form of a wiki. Through Semantic MediaWiki extensions, the site has been set up to handle multiple types of Greek input and output.
 
The Liddell, Scott, and Jones (LSJ) Greek lexicon in the form of a wiki. Through Semantic MediaWiki extensions, the site has been set up to handle multiple types of Greek input and output.
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From the project website (accessed 2020-09-24):
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<blockquote>This project consisted originally in the conversion into mediawiki format of Liddell, Scott, Jones' ''A Greek–English Lexicon'', which is more commonly known as LSJ. The data have been provided by the Perseus Project with a Creative Commons Sharealike / Non-Commercial / Attribution license. And it was launched on February 2013. Since then a number of other sources (Ancient Greek/Latin to and from other languages) have been added. For example: [[Diccionario Griego-Español]] (DGE).
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Latest revision as of 11:53, 24 September 2020

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Author

  • William Berg

Description

The Liddell, Scott, and Jones (LSJ) Greek lexicon in the form of a wiki. Through Semantic MediaWiki extensions, the site has been set up to handle multiple types of Greek input and output.

From the project website (accessed 2020-09-24):

This project consisted originally in the conversion into mediawiki format of Liddell, Scott, Jones' A Greek–English Lexicon, which is more commonly known as LSJ. The data have been provided by the Perseus Project with a Creative Commons Sharealike / Non-Commercial / Attribution license. And it was launched on February 2013. Since then a number of other sources (Ancient Greek/Latin to and from other languages) have been added. For example: Diccionario Griego-Español (DGE).