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Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities edited William Smith (1870). This edition was scanned by the University of Michigan's project The Making of America . The text on this site underwent a separate OCR process. Dive right in! Enter a word or letter into the letter/word box to the left: Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities is a 1,300-page compendium of information on the classical world.
This collection of articles on medieval and Renaissance names is intended to help historical re-creators to choose authentic names. These articles were gathered from various places, and some of them appear elsewhere . In all cases, the copyright on each article belongs to its authors . For frequent users, we offer a compact index ; but please read the following introduction at least once.
Welcome to the Compendium of Lost Words, a component of The Phrontistery . The Compendium lists over 400 of the rarest modern English words - in fact, ones that have been entirely absent from the Internet, including all online dictionaries, until now. By revealing the existence of these words online, I do not necessarily promote their revival, but I do encourage an appreciation of the flexibility of English vocabulary. In theory, the Compendium will be the only web page on which each of these words occurs in its proper English context. Click on a link below to take you to the four main Compendium pages, organized alphabetically by word, or on the links for more information about the site.
presents Welcome to this special exhibit of books that have been the objects of censorship or censorship attempts. The books featured here, ranging from Ulysses to Little Red Riding Hood , have been selected from the indexes of The Online Books Page . (See that page for more than a million more online books!) This page is a work in progress, and more works may be added to this page over time. Please inform firstname.lastname@example.org of any new material that can be included here.
Type in the form of the word that you would expect to find in a dictionary or a truncated form of the word (e.g., stem only). If you want help with the ending of a word, type the ending in the space provided. (If you prefer, you may leave this space blank). To see all the words in the dictionary that begin with "q", search for "q" as the stem. You can also translate English to Latin .
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