“The Computer Assisted Tools for Septuagint Studies (CATSS) Project, since its inception in the late 1970s, has been making available in electronic form the morphological analysis and the Hebrew-Greek parallel alignment of the Septuagint. … Although several Ph.D. dissertations have used the CATSS database, Jarick’s concordance … is one of the first research tools to be published in printed form on the basis of the CATSS data. … The Greek-Hebrew section lists each Greek word in Ecclesiastes with its Hebrew equivalents. For each word the absolute numbers of occurrences for the Greek word and its corresponding Hebrew equivalents are given accompanied by a percentage of use. … The Hebrew-Greek concordance works in basically the same manner. In both sections of the volume every occurrence of the entry word is given in its context alongside its equivalent in its context. … Both the editor and the computer programmer are to be congratulated for producing such an important tool for research.” — Benjamin G. Wright III, Catholic Biblical Quarterly
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