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Caesar's Civil War

Postby Carola » Thu Jun 05, 2003 1:10 am

Thank you so much for the new "Civil War" Etext - this will certainly help me with my university course. I might add that because of the amount of material I have been able to read thanks to Textkit, the marks for my Latin assignments have been very pleasing! ;D<br />Long live Textkit!
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Re:Caesar's Civil War

Postby Jeff Tirey » Thu Jun 05, 2003 1:03 pm

that rocks to hear that! <br /><br />thanks so much for the kind words and I'm glad Textkit can be a positive learning experience for you.<br /><br /><br />jeff
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Re:Caesar's Civil War

Postby Erica » Sat Jun 21, 2003 8:18 pm

Yes Long Live Textkit!<br />I am another Text-Kitty VERY thankful for the Caesar download...:)<br />Erica
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Re:Caesar's Civil War

Postby Episcopus » Sat Jun 28, 2003 3:45 pm

Really, there's nothing like text kit anywhere :)<br /><br />People should do this for their languages because all great grammars are mostly inaccessible nowadays :-X<br /><br />But not here ;D
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Postby Antonius » Thu Feb 05, 2004 2:16 am

Not to nitpick a freebee or anything, but is there a page missing from the "Civil War" PDF? Reading through it it skips from Roman numeral "vii" in the introduction to page 2, and at the top of the page it begins "2. Haec Scipionis oratio..." So, what happened to page one, paragraph one? Just curious.
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