What Lexicon is there on the Septuagint? – F. D. T.
The only serviceable lexicons for the Greek Old Testament are still, so far
as I know, Schleusner's Thesaurus (Lips. 1820-21) and Wahl's Clavis (Lips. 1853),
the latter limited to the apocryphal books. But neither of these
works is up to date, and until some Old Testament Grimm-Thayer comes to his
aid, the student of the Greek versions will be under necessity of supplying
the defects of his lexicon by a diligent use of Mr. Redpath's great Concordance.
An interleaved Schleusner, supplemented and corrected by personal study, might
form a useful basis for a new lexicon. The time has now almost come for an attempt
on the part of some scholar or band of scholars to provide a satisfactory lexicon
and grammar for the ⅬⅩⅩ., based upon the great uncial MSS. which are now within