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Online Access to Loeb
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For those not aware of it, the public domain editions of the Loeb Classical Library, those green and red bilingual editions of Greek and Latin texts, are now available online at http://ryanfb.github.com/loebolus/.
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#2
Thank you for that! Now my reading days just got even more crammed!
Francis Hagan

The Barcarii
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#3
VERY useful - thank you!
Moi Watson

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#4
Thank you very much!

Mods, is there anyway this can be made a sticky or some other easy to locate thread?
Seems an excellent resource!
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#5
Quote:Mods, is there anyway this can be made a sticky or some other easy to locate thread?
Seems an excellent resource!

Seconded.
Moi Watson

Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, Merlot in one hand, Cigar in the other; body thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and screaming "WOO HOO, what a ride!
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#6
Great! Really great!Thanx Steve!
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#7
Done. This is indeed worthy of a sticky. Thanks Steve!
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#8
I've been happily using Ed Donnelly's DownLoebables web site -- even passed on a few of his internet-archive links here, over the years. Now we just need someone to list them in alphabetical order, rather than in Loeb order! :wink:
posted by Duncan B Campbell
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#9
Ctrl + F should do the trick as well for your searches. Wink
Valete,
Titvs Statilivs Castvs - Sander Van Daele
LEG XI CPF
COH VII RAET EQ (part of LEG XI CPF)

MA in History
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#10
Just tried his version of Caesar's Gallic War. (I'm interested in the Rhine bridge at the moment: BGall. IV.17.)

[attachment=4267]GoogleBooks_LoebCaesar_BGIV-17.jpg[/attachment]

Beware the dreaded Google rubber gloves! :roll:

btw If anyone needs the Loeb Caesar, this one is a rubber-glove-free zone.


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#11
:lol: What in the world is that? Someone turning pages?
David J. Cord
http://www.davidcord.com
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#12
Cheers for the link, very useful!
Amy Wallace

A member of Comitatus Late Roman
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#13
Wait...how are these things being scanned then...are people taking pictures from above? what? :S
Jass
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Quote:What in the world is that? Someone turning pages?
It's Google's tame helper octopus, in charge of the scanner again! :wink:

(To be fair, there's a fold-out on the following page, which -- judging by the state of the scan -- has already been chewed up by the machine. It's understandable that they should send in the octopus.)
posted by Duncan B Campbell
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#15
I saw this on TWC I think, this is great!
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