Resource: Septuagint with Logos Morphology

Key Features

  • Essentially a ‘reverse’ interlinear, using the LXX word sequence, and then showing the matching hebrew
  • This resource is needed if you want to use the Logos4 word analysis for hebrew, and how greek was translated in the LXX
  • It is not available in Libronix3 or earlier
  • Closely related older resource: Parallel Aligned Hebrew-Aramaic and Greek Texts of Jewish Scripture (Tov) This is the opposite (reverse) interlinear: it uses the hebrew sequence, with matched greek (example page below)

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Sample page from this book

Septuagint with Logos Morphology:

Parallel Aligned Hebrew-Aramaic and Greek Texts:

Forum Threads That Include Significant Discussion on this Resource (concept confusion) (prerequisite to other resources) (examples of Logos word studies; hebrew > greek translation)

Wiki & Key Forum Comments

Denise Barnhart

This resource essentially provides the direct one-to-one linkage from the LXX greek to the OT hebrew in Logos4. Thus it’s the backbone to several other resources and word study capabilities. If you do any hebrew/greek analysis, you’ll need it.

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