First off, sorry the subject is somewhat misleading because of the limitation of the number of characters...
Thanks to a post in textkit ( I don't remember which), I found out about Egenes Sanskrit Grammar. Really very good.
I have a question or suggestion.
In http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/ >> http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/search, we have English, Greek, Latin, German, Old English, Old Norse and Arabic.
Why have Sanskrit and biblical Hebrew not been included?
Can textkit do something about this?
Make the same tool with these additional languages?
Or is my question naive?
I get by e-mail Bestiaria Latina: Mille Fabulae et Una.
Kudos to the person behind this fascinating work.
Would the owner of this tremendous site be so good as to translate into both Greek and Latin
at least some of the tales from the Sanskrit work Panchatantra?
There must be English versions to work from and there may be
translations or versions in other languages,
but nothing like the Bestiaria, I guess.
I would be the first to sign up!
Thanks in advance,
Wednesday 9:19 AM-11:55 PM PST 2/2/2011 MMXI February 02