Looking for: Missing pages from Avellanus' "Mons Spes'"

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Looking for: Missing pages from Avellanus' "Mons Spes'"

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Salvete!

My current transcription project is Mons Spes et Novellae aliae, a set of short stories translated by Arcadius Avellanus, the translator into Latin of two other books (both available at Project Gutenberg) . I already transcribed the text itself and am about to start the final proofreading.

The problem I am facing is that my edition (and any edition I found online) is missing the pages 128 and 129. I could (and will if necessary) replace the missing bit with the English original, but I would like to have the complete Latin text if at all possible.

Does anyone out there have access to these missing pages? Your help would be appreciated.

Valete,

Carolus Raeticus
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Re: Looking for: Missing pages from Avellanus' "Mons Spes'"

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Hi there,

You can find it on Archive.org: https://archive.org/details/mons-spes-e ... 7/mode/2up

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Re: Looking for: Missing pages from Avellanus' "Mons Spes'"

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Salve Tico!

Thank you!!! I had almost despaired of finding a complete edition. Thanks to you that will now be possible.

Vale,

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