LXX text marked up with part of speech, etc

I was hunting around the web for a morphologised Septuagint text — one with the word, the part of speech (noun, verb, etc) and other details, plus the headword or lemma.  I remember doing this search a few years ago, so I know it exists.  This time I was less lucky.  In general there seemed to be less data available online, not more.

I can’t imagine the labour involved in taking each word of the Greek Old Testament, working out all these details, and creating a text file of it all.  It seems enormous to me.  But… to do it, and then let it just disappear, as if unimportant?  That seems even less believable, if anything.  Whatever is going on?

Somewhere there is a great database of morphologised French.  I can find webpages that refer to it; but the download site is gone.  This was state-funded; yet it too has gone.

Why does this happen?

3 Responses to “LXX text marked up with part of speech, etc”


  1. Brandon W
  2. Roger Pearse

    Thanks.

  3. Bill White

    And don’t forget http://archive.org for websites that have disappeared – the Wayback Machine at the top middle of the page.



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