LacusCurtius, comments please

Bill Thayer joins me in my invitation to offer comments and suggestions for his website, LacusCurtius. Are there texts you would like to see in a digital form? Articles from Smith’s Dictionary you think are useful? Translations you need from Daremberg & Saglio?

He is already working on Ammian, Athenaeus, Columella, Diodorus Siculus, Dionysius of Halicarnassus, Gellius, Plutarch’s Moralia, and Strabo, and several other texts. Texts that are already online elsewhere will get a low priority.

Note that Bill’s website is very broad: it also contains an interesting section on Umbria (the most beautiful part of his site, in my opinion) and a subsite on the history of the United States (new items being recorded pointed out here).

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