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 Help finding this Septuagint module 
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Post Help finding this Septuagint module
I have a module but not sure where I got it from can someone help me find its download source?
Its short title is:
ΛΧΧ+

Its description is:
The morphologically analyzed text of CATSS LXX prepared by CATSS under the direction of R. Kraft (Philadelphia team)

Its file name is:
lxxmorph.ot

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Fri Sep 27, 2019 1:21 am
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Ah I found its maker-

Rúbio do you have any updates on this LXX?

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Fri Sep 27, 2019 1:28 am
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Post Re: Help finding this Septuagint module
This is the latest version. When I find some spare time I should post this to wordmodules.com... I usually post updates to this topic.

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Fri Oct 04, 2019 9:59 pm
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Thank you brother

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Fri Oct 04, 2019 11:19 pm
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Now I've updated GrkAnLexMorph to work better with this LXX
Thanks again Rúbio.
It is avaiable here: http://www.wordmodules.com/the-word-modules/file/1320-greek-analytical-lexicon-morph-search/

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Sat Oct 05, 2019 12:39 am
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Post Re: Help finding this Septuagint module
Rúbio do you have a Byz2005++ available with the LXXM combined? I could see some interesting morph/research with the combination.

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Hm, the problem is that they use different morphology codes.

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Post Re: Help finding this Septuagint module
RubioTerra wrote:
Hm, the problem is that they use different morphology codes.


Unless, someone combines the 2 dictionaries (PMAD and RMAC) into a single module maybe?

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This is a possibility, assuming there's no duplicate codes. The ideal would be to unify them, although this would be more complex.

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A unified would be nice. If you need to compare differences. GrkAnLex has Lxx and Nt morph codes

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Mon Oct 07, 2019 10:36 pm
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Doesn't searching the two Bibles at the same time do what you need?

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That is an excellent idea JG. Thanks

Do you know if we have a unified morphology of the NT & LXX

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Do you know if we have a unified morphology of the NT & LXX

In some instances, the two codings merely use different letters for the same definition, so that would be easy to adjust with a search & replace. But there are some codes that either CCAT or Robinson used that aren't in the other one, and they could be that way for the same word just depending on how the person doing the morphology chose what exact distinctions they wished to make. These would be a lot more difficult to unify.


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It seems like I remember a discussion at one time of building a dictionary supporting all this and Hebrew that all Bibles could link to. Am I remembering correctly and if I am has any progress been made? I know we have some awesome separate tools, but just curious if we have moved on a combined resource.

Steve weren't you one of the ones promoting this concept, and if so has any progress been made beyond the tools we have now?

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I just ran into what you are talking about Rúbio in a Bible from MorphGNT.com their morphology code is different than either Robinsons or PMAC.
I can create a new dictionary but I'm thinking the morph dictionaries are gonna start piling up and if the right one is not on then what?
Is there a way to display morph info in text? Such as A-ASM (Adjective-Acusative Singular Masculine)

If not is there a way to make a module use only the morph dictionary one chooses at the build time of the Bible module?

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