Benjamin Hedericus (1675–1748) is most notable as author of a Greek lexicon, which was widely used in the Roman Catholic Church in Europe.
He was authored the following:
- Notitia Auctorum Antiqua et Media
- Progymnasmata Linguae Graecae
- Progymnasmata Linguae Latinae
- Fasti Consulares Romani
- Reales Schul-Lexicon
- Lexicon Manuale Graecum - edited and expanded by Johann August Ernesti in 1767
- Grundliches Mythologisches Lexicon
- Lexicon Manuale Latino-Germanicum
He also edited Empedocles' De Sphaera and a Latin edition of Tertullian.
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