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  • Greg Lindahl
    Here s a list of the pre-1650-relevant online books recently added to the Online Books Page , one of several online listings of books that are monitored on
    Message 1 of 3 , Mar 31, 2005
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      Here's a list of the pre-1650-relevant online books recently added to
      the "Online Books Page", one of several online listings of books that
      are monitored on the SCA Books page. This listing is now up to about
      1,400 books. The listing is organized by subject.

      http://www.pbm.com/~lindahl/onlinebooks/
      http://AandS.org/books.html

      This month I also added a listing of pre-1650 Project Gutenberg books
      which aren't in the Online Books Page list. There are about 500.

      http://www.pbm.com/~lindahl/onlinebooks/gutenberg.html

      -- Gregory Blount

      The Babylonian Legends of the Creation and the Fight Between Bel and
      the Dragon, as told by Assyrian tablets from Nineveh (London: British
      Museum, 1921)

      Selections From the Table Talk of Martin Luther, by Martin Luther,
      ed. by Henry Morley, trans. by Henry Bell

      The Public Orations of Demosthenes, by Demosthenes, trans. by Arthur
      Wallace Pickard-Cambridge

      Stories From Thucydides, by H. L. Havell, contrib. by Thucydides

      The Suppliants, by Aeschylus, trans. by E. D. A. Morshead

      Cicero's Brutus, or, History of Famous Orators; Also, His Orator, or,
      Accomplished Speaker, by Marcus Tullius Cicero, trans. by E. Jones

      Tacitus and Bracciolini: The Annals Forged in the XVth Century (1878),
      by John Wilson Ross

      The Praise of Folly, by Desiderius Erasmus, trans. by John Wilson

      The Book of the Dead (Papyrus of Ani) (based on the 1913 Medici
      Society text), trans. by E. A. Wallis Budge

      Catherine de' Medici, by Honoré de Balzac, trans. by Katharine
      Prescott Wormeley

      Beowulf: An Anglo-Saxon Poem; The Fight at Finnsburh: A Fragment,
      ed. by James Albert Harrison, Robert Sharp, and Karl Hagen

      Hamlet (first quarto, 1603), by William Shakespeare

      The Man Shakespeare and His Tragic Life Story, by Frank Harris
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