briggsy wrote:Appian's Roman history (Volume II-IV)
http://www.archive.org/details/appiansr ... 02appiuoft
Moerus wrote: Are you by the way also interested in other sites that offer classical e-books? Let me know.
Interaxus wrote:Iâ€™m still new to this file format. Is there a â€™DjVu for Beginnersâ€™? Who invented it and what tools exist for turning it into editable text?
Interaxus wrote: Strange that â€™our leaderâ€™, Jeff - ... - allows such a defective product to infect the world at the speed of cyberlight. Not exactly the hallmark of quality ...
briggsy wrote:Well anyway ... just thought I'd point out that all of the new archive.org pdfs and DjVus have linked text files included, so they ARE fully searchable and copy-and-paste-able.
Archive Text Version wrote:Cyrus does not approve the proposal of the Persians to
remove to a more fertile country.
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Archive Text Version wrote:
LATIN VERSIFICATION. PART I.
Ginger tempora vlctrlcia Apollmea lauro.
Felix qui transegit aevum in patriis agrls.
Quam juvat cubantem audlre Immites ventos !
Phseacia tenet me aegrum terns Igndtis.
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