New Roman History Texts in Perseus
5 December 2003
Several new text sources for the history of the Roman Republic have been added to the Perseus Digital Library.
Linking to the new texts
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copyright page for rights information. To construct the URL for a link,
use the abbreviated forms of the author's name and, where appropriate, the name of the work, followed
by the numbers for the line, book, or chapter.
Prefix the samples in the above table with the address of whichever mirror site is closest to you.
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identifier for the text. Similarly, links among texts within the Perseus Digital Library use
internal reference forms. These internal forms are more efficient than the human-readable
abbreviations; they encode information about the specific version you are reading (original
language or English translation). We recommend that you not copy the URL from your browser's
location field and that you not use the internal format for links you create to Perseus texts,
because linking by internal document id forces the choice of a particular version, overriding
the preferences that the reader has set with the Display Configuration
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Document last updated 4-Dec-03, DM