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Greek Lexicon of the Roman and Byzantine Periods from B.C. 146 to A.D. 1100 Part Two (Greek) Paperback – 20 Sep 2004


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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
You'll want your money back! 1 Dec 2005
By R. Enos - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Sophocles' lexicon itself is mediocre, yet useful enough for anyone working with Greek literature from the late ancient or medieval period; I use it daily. This edition, though, is execrable. The print quality is so poor that at points the text is virtually unreadable. Page 1187 appears where page 1087 belongs; page 1086 doesn't appear anywhere, it seems. Watch out for missing text at the bottom of pages, as well. A reviewer of another edition of this work states, "It has a fairly complete 'Authors Referred To...' section in the introduction which identifies all of the in-text references." If a section entitled "Authors Referred To . . ." is to be found anywhere in Kessinger's shoddily produced two-volume set of Sophocles' lexicon, it is very well hidden; I haven't come across it in months of regular use. If you know how I can find out what cryptic citations like "Lyd. 127" mean, please let me know.

I recommend that potential buyers spend a bit more money and acquire a serviceable--and complete--edition of Sophocles' lexicon.
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