Septuagint Grammar and Syntax

For those of you interested in the study of the Greek Old Testament, also known as the Septuagint or LXX, I was gifted a link to an old (1905) grammar book on it called Selections from the Septuagint, by Conybeare and Stock.  You can download this 317-page monster here.

For reading the text itself, I use E-Sword and its LXX module, which is also free of charge; and I just found this online searchable lexicon, complete with 3 different archived lexical entries for earch word, from Perseus Search Tools.

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About B Treece
loved by God before I ever loved Him, saved by grace alone through faith alone in Christ alone by the authority of the Bible alone to the glory of God alone, made to enjoy Him forever, happily married with wonder-filled children.

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