Pocket Oxford Classical Greek Dictionary Edited by James Morwood and John Taylor
The Pocket Oxford Classical Greek Dictionary is a brand new dictionary that is ideal for beginners learning Classical Greek at the college level. It covers over 20,000 Greek words and phrases in clear, user-friendly translations, and over 4,000 English words in common usage. The dictionary also offers help with Greek to English sentence construction and prose composition, and provides grammatical guidance with tables of irregular verbs and a glossary of grammatical terms. Additional information includes a list of numerals, a guide to pronunciation, and a map of Greece. Paperback, 464 pages.
Liddell and Scott's Intermediate Greek - English Lexicon
A shorter version of the authoritative Liddell-Scott Greek-English Lexicon, suitable for everyday use by students of Classical Greek. Care has been taken to include all words from Homer to the close of Classical Attic Greek.
The Celtic Languages Martin Ball, editor
This comprehensive volume describes in depth all the Celtic languages from historical, structural and sociolinguistic perspectives - with individual chapters on Irish, Scottish, Gaelic, Manx, Welsh, Breton and Cornish. Organized for ease of reference, The Celtic Languages is arranged in four parts. The first, Historical Aspects, covers the origin and history of the Celtic languages, their spread and retreat, present-day distribution and a sketch of the extant and recently extant languages. Parts II and III describe the structural detail of each language, including phonology, mutation, morphology, syntax, dialectology and lexis. The final part provides wide-ranging sociolinguistic detail, such as areas of usage (in government, church, media, education, business), maintenance (institutional support offered), and prospects for survival (examination of demographic changes and how they affect these languages). Special features: presents the first modern, comprehensive linguistic description of this important language family; provides a full discussion of the likely progress of Irish, Welsh and Breton; and includes the most recent research on newly discovered Continental Celtic inscriptions. 1993, hardcover, 680pp.
Introductory Coptic Reader Lance Eccles
This introduction to the language contains forty readings with grammatical notes. Readings have been taken from one work, the Gospel of Thomas, one of a number of Gnostic works discovered at Nag-Hammâdi, Egypt. 1991, 80 pages, hardbound.
Nablex: A Provisional Nabataean-Aramaic Lexicon W.J. Jobling
This is a provisional lexicon of Nabataean Aramaic and uses Levinson’s glossary with references to Brown, Driver, and Briggs’ Hebrew and English Lexicon. Each headword is followed by its various glosses and relevant lexicographical notes and references. While this study is concerned with the Nabataean lexicon, one of the main focuses is the specific lexical items that are attested in the non-onomastic Nabataean Aramaic inscriptions and papyri. 1996, 84 pages, hardbound.