Talk:A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities

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Information about this edition
Edition: 1890, 3rd edition
Source: [1]
Contributor(s): User:Simetrical
Level of progress: Just starting. 25%.svg
Notes: There are probably some errors in the source; I'm going to just correct any really obvious ones (screwed-up punctuation, etc.) and assume those weren't in the original. Indices appear not to be included in the online version, either.

As for formatting, I'm dropping all-caps page titles and sticking with Wikipedia style. I'm still leaving the initial word capitalized, much as Wikipedia boldfaces it. I'm also using separate headings rather than run-on, modern-style spacing (e.g., no space before semicolon), etc. Other than that, I'll try to stick as closely to the formatting as possible, based on this earlier scanned edition.

Proofreaders:

Linking to this book from Wikipedia[edit]

There are three standard templates on Wikipedia to help links to this book:

  • w:Template:Cite DGRA — for use in Wikipedia articles that cite this book
  • w:Template:DGRA — for use in Wikipedia articles that contain text copied from this book
  • w:DGRA poster — for Wikipedia articles were a link to this book is appropriate in the external links section.

-- PBS (talk) 09:37, 12 June 2016 (UTC)

External site may be useful[edit]

I found this site: http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/E/Roman/Texts/secondary/SMIGRA/home.html which could be a good source for text. DivermanAU (talk) 17:50, 14 October 2017 (UTC)