Dedecus: A Dictionary


Begun in 2006, the DEDECUS DICTIONARY is an ongoing multi-volume philosophical and etymological lexicon, edited by Stephen McNeilly, Jefferson Small and Tomasz Stephenson. The printed edition is arranged alphabetically and includes images drawn from the DEDECUS PICTURE ARCHIVE. Parts 1 and 2 of volume one of the DICTIONARY are available in printed form and a 13 volume set, containing over 500 entries, is currently being prepared for publication. Sample entries from volume one can be found on the links above. To view texts and images click on the images below. To view full size click on the image again. All texts/images are © Dedecus Press.



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