Theatrum Latino-Germanico-Graecum, Reyher (1712)
Latin headwords are explained in both Latin and German languages. In spite of the word “Graecum” in the book’s title, Greek text was not transcribed, so our computer dictionary is only Latin-German.
Total number of the articles is estimated to be 40000.
Picture below shows articles after correction. Most of the articles are currently separated into independent paragraphs, German text is not highlighted, and Greek is absent.
- Reyher, Andreas. Andreae Reyheri, Gymnasii Gothani Rectoris quondam meritissimi, Theatrvm Latino-Germanico-Graecum, Sive Lexicon Lingvae Latinae : In quo Ordine nativo Vocabvlorum Latinorum Origines, Genera, Flexiones, Significationes variae, & Adpellationes Germanicae pariter Graecaeque, Similiter Formulae loquendi praestantiores, Sententiae, Facultatum Scientiarumque Locutiones peculiares, & Proverbia, Cum Oratoribus. Wolfenbüttel, 1712. Lipsiae, 1712. URL: https://archive.org/details/reyher1712.
- Reyheri, Andreae. Theatrum Latino-Germanico-Graecum sive lexicon linguae latinae. Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel, 2012. URL: http://diglib.hab.de/drucke/kb-19-2f/start.htm.
States and limitations
Transcript made by the HAB Wolfenbüttel lacks for semantic mark-up, so currently we could only draft headers. Paragraphs belonging to the same articles should be joined, but it requires manual proofing. In the future, we hope to add Greek text and mark up German words.
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