Thesaurus Graecae linguae, Estienne (1831-1865)
Not to be confused with the TLG project of the University of California, Irvine.
Thesaurus graecae linguae (Θησαυρὸς τῆς ἑλληνικῆς γλώσσης) was composed by Henri Estienne (lat. Henricus Stephanus) in 1572, and consequently improved in the following editions. Our computer version is based on the edition of Charles Benoît Hase (Paris, 1831-1865).
Demo version contains whole vol. I (α–αλωφυτος) and is intended for testing and accumulating users ideas. I would like to hear (see e-mail) your opinion on the following questions:
- are you going to use it?
- do you know a source of better scans?
- do you need an offline version?
- do you need PDF with booksmars?
- Estienne, Henri; Dindorf, Ludwig August; Dindorf, Wilhelm; Hase, Charles Benoît. Thesaurus graecae linguae. Paris: A. F. Didot, 1831–1865. URL: https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/100909610.
index.html to GoldenDict following the guide for HTML dictionaries, but on the step 5 deactivate checkbox “as link”.
See Explication siglorum for the format of the articles and used abbreviations.
This work is distributed as Public Domain.