Trouble with Papyrus that bans divination

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gshogren
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Lampe, Patristic Greek Lexicon, $29 from Logos!

Post by gshogren »

I suppose some of you have already heard this announcement.

Logos is bringing out Lampe. It looks like a scanned version, thus not fully integrated (does anyone know differently about its format?). Still, its projected price will be a mind-blowing $29, as opposed to around $250 for a hardcover.

https://www.logos.com/product/185239/a- ... ek-lexicon
Gary Shogren
Profesor de Nuevo Testamento
Seminario ESEPA
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David Fish
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Re: Trouble with Papyrus that bans divination

Post by David Fish »

Regarding Lampe's lexicon in Logos: I was unaware of the $29 bid. I DID upgrade my Logos library to version 9, and now HAVE Lampe's lexicon in the upgrade library. It appears to function NOW like any other Logos library resource.
David Fish
Ozark Christian College
Joplin, MO
dfish@occ.edu
Barry Hofstetter
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Re: Trouble with Papyrus that bans divination

Post by Barry Hofstetter »

David Fish wrote: October 30th, 2020, 3:24 am Regarding Lampe's lexicon in Logos: I was unaware of the $29 bid. I DID upgrade my Logos library to version 9, and now HAVE Lampe's lexicon in the upgrade library. It appears to function NOW like any other Logos library resource.
I would love to know how that worked. I also upgraded to Logos 9, but no Lampe showed up in my library. Also, the web site says that it's still pre-pub with a price of $29.00.
N.E. Barry Hofstetter
Instructor of Latin
Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy
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