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Postby Franmorar » Fri Oct 24, 2008 12:53 pm

Hominibus totam versandam constat esse bibliothecam, ut solam utilem scribere sententiam possint.
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Re: Ὁμιλίας Ï�ῆτÏ�αι, μάθημα τὸ Ï„Ï�á½·Ï

Postby Swth\r » Wed Dec 31, 2008 3:24 pm

I can not read anyting at all. Is it my problem only??? What is the theme of your post???
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Re: Ὁμιλίας Ï�ῆτÏ�αι, μάθημα τὸ Ï„Ï�á½·Ï

Postby demetri » Fri Jan 02, 2009 1:27 pm

Swth\r wrote:I can not read anyting at all. Is it my problem only??? What is the theme of your post???


No, not your problem alone. :(
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Re: Ὁμιλίας Ï�ῆτÏ�αι, μάθημα τὸ Ï„Ï�á½·Ï

Postby Gonzalo » Fri Jan 02, 2009 1:49 pm

Swth\r wrote:I can not read anyting at all. Is it my problem only??? What is the theme of your post???

They were formulæ salutandi or colloquial formules for Attic as he did also with Latin. It was readable in the other Textkit but now I am not either able to read the letters.
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