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Onomasticon in The Sacred Bridge, and a Link to Its Greek edition

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Posted 30 June 2014 - 11:22 AM

One of many, many cool things about The Sacred Bridge (by Carta, here in Accordance) is its use of original/source languages. 


For example, when TSB cites Eusebius's Onomasticon (here in Accordance, in English translation), it cites Eusebius a few times both in its original Greek and in English translation.
This, of course, got me to wondering about Eusebius in Greek. I can easily pull up all the times TSB in Accordance cites Eusebius and see that much Greek... I was wondering about where to find more.
After a short hunt, I found this digital edition of the Onomasticon in Greek. Thought I'd pass it on in case anyone else using these works in Accordance wanted to be able to access it.
Brill has an expensive triglot edition, and De Gruyter has one with Syriac, but the above is free and online.

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