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  1. Andrew Nance

    Loeb Classical Library

    Could Accordance get access to the Loeb Classical Library? I would love to have these texts in Accordance. What an amazing resource it would be!
  2. Sbjernegard

    Basics of Latin - Zondervan

    Zondervan recently released "Basics of Latin" in the same series as Bill Mounce's Greek and Miles van Pelt's Hebrew (both currently on Accordance). I want to request this new resource be made available on Accordance. https://zondervanacademic.com/products/basics-of-latin "Basics of Latin: A Grammar with Readings and Exercises from the Christian Tradition by Derek Cooper introduces students, independent learners, and homeschoolers to the basics of Latin grammar with all readings and exercises taken from texts in the Christian tradition. As part of the widely-used Zondervan Language Basics series of resources, Cooper's Latin grammar is a student-friendly introduction. It helps students learn by: Minimizing technical jargon Providing only the information needed to learn the basics Breaking the grammar of language down into manageable and intuitive chunks Illustrating the grammar in question by its use in rich selections from ancient Christian authors. Providing grammar, readings, exercises, and a lexicon all in one convenient volume. Basics of Latin provides an ideal first step into this important language and focuses on getting the student into texts and translation as quickly as possible."
  3. Are there any plans to possibly get Dictionary of Latin and Greek Theological Terms on Accordance? http://bakerpublishinggroup.com/books/dictionary-of-latin-and-greek-theological-terms-2nd-edition/144703
  4. I am doing a highly technical linguistic study where I need access to the underlying text pre-translation into English. I know we have English translations of works such as Origens "Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans", but is it possible to get modules that have equivalent the Greek and/or Latin original versions of such works? Thanks!
  5. Jan Klein

    Old Latin versiones

    I'am looking for Western text witnesses. Will there be a module 'Old Latin versions'/Syriac translations? I can't find it at the moment. Jan Klein
  6. I would like to see German, Latin, and French dictionaries and grammars in Accordance. That would really be helpful, to carry those around everywhere on my iPad so I could constantly refer to them.
  7. I'm about to start my PhD program in the fall in Hebrew/OT. I recently studied German to pass a German proficiency exam to get into the program. Could Accordance ever get some grammars and dictionaries of the research languages? Like Wheelock's Latin, (I know there's a Latin dictionary already), and maybe "Reading German Quickly," Helmut Ziefle's German textbooks, or whatever other grammars/dictionaries might be possible.
  8. Luke Bert

    Search command analysis

    When I search for [nouns] [count 50+] I expect the resulting analysis to show me nouns which occur more than 50 times in my text (in this case the vulgate but I have had the same issue with Greek and Hebrew). However, I get results which include things other than nouns and sometimes the occurrences the analysis claims is wrong. So delubrum as a result from the above search says it occurs 7 times. But if I search for delubrum in the same text it tells me it occurs 12 times. Any thoughts on what I am doing wrong? My goal with this search I want to be able to create word lists for students to study vocabulary by frequency whether it is Greek, Hebrew, Aramaic, or Latin.
  9. Since "upgrading" to Yosemite, the Latin definitions have disappeared from the Instant Details window when I am using the tagged Vulgate. The parsing is still there, but not the definitions. This is probably some setting I have failed to find, or perhaps a file has gone missing during the clean install. Can someone suggest what to do? Thanks very much! Kevin
  10. Fabian

    Latin resource

    Hello For the new Latin triple-click http://www.wbg-wissenverbindet.de/shop/ProductDisplay?storeId=10151&urlLangId=-3&productId=186305&urlRequestType=Base&langId=-3&catalogId=10051 Greetings Fabian
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