Perseus Digital Library - amazing resource

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  1. Sixty

    Sixty LE Moderator Book Reviewer
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    Evening all,

    I thought I'd post this really useful link that I've been using a lot lately. It's a digital library from Tufts University and has a full range of mostly free open source texts to some of the classics of ancient writing.

    It's amazingly handy especially for lovers of historical sources and the humanities.


    Caesar - Gallic Wars
    Xenophon - Anabasis
    Virgil - Aeneid
    Herodotus - Histories

    and pretty much any source you're looking for.


    Perseus Digital Library
  2. Thanks Sixty - link sent to Son who is reading classics at Uni (allegedly...)

  3. Great Link - Thanks a lot Sixty! Reading the Anabasis at the moment for the first time since school. Quite an adventure...
  4. I wish I had known about that before I went out and bought the books
  5. Now that's what you call a most excellent resource! Cheers for the link, Sixty. Sparkling skills.