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  • Perseus 4.0 Text Help
    you to jump to another section of the work or another Perseus work by using the standard Perseus text citation It is preloaded with your current text section Ov Met 1 1 in our example It is not a standard search box however and is only used for navigating within the texts To use the Jump Box simply enter the standard Perseus citation abbreviation to jump to a specific author and work This is most helpful if you are researching several sections within a specific text Reading Ov Met 1 1 5 3 and 8 2 for instance What is the standard Perseus citation abbreviation for a given author and work Check the view abbreviations link just under the top right general search box Note you can also use these citation abbreviations in the general search box too J ust below the focus text are the Credits where you will find bibliographic information about the document funder information and notes on the level of accuracy if applicable Underneath the credits are more navigation arrows there so that you do not have to scroll up the page when reading a large section of text and an orange XML button which allows you to see the xml for this chunk of focus text You can either view this in your browser or save it to use in another program This button only offers xml for the chunk of text you are viewing and is available for all works in Perseus regardless of copyright status At the bottom center of the page Download and License information appears if applicable In this example the focus text is in the public domain and a full download of the xml source of the text is offered under a Creative Commons license Certain works are not offered for full download either because we do not believe them to be in the public domain or they are not ready for release See the copyrights page for more on permissions downloads fair use etc Left Side of the Page This Text is Part of The uppermost gray box to the left of the text denotes the collection s and categories to which the current text belongs and offers links to view similarly classified documents or works by the same author There are often multiple versions of a work in Perseus original language different translations View Text Chunked by In most cases you will have the option of changing the way the focus text is divided for reading This box midway down the left sidebar allows you to change the amount of text you see on a page Be aware that selecting another option particularly a larger designation such as a whole book rather than a chapter or section may slow performance Table of Contents for the focus text appears in the lower gray box of the left sidebar For works with subsections or particularly large documents click on the blue toggle triangles to view more information Table of Contents

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  • Perseus 4.0 Searching Help
    an inflected word For languages like Greek and Latin use the checkbox Search for all possible forms or Expand to find all recognized forms of your word or words So for example if searching on all possible forms of lo goi you ll see results for lo gous lo gou etc Leaving the box unchecked however searches only for the specified form Limit the search Choose to search on a word or phrase and require or exclude certain words For example search on the phrase swift footed and exclude the word Apollo Quick metadata results If the tool recognizes your search terms as part of the collection metadata such as an author name or work title a short list of these results may appear rather than a full collection search This allows for faster searching and linking To proceed with a full search simply click the link provided See an example here English to Language Lookup The Engligh to Language Lookup assists with translation from English into one of the featured languages but is not a translation tool per se Perseus does not provide natural language style translation tools where one enters a word or phrase and receives an alternate language equivalent The Word Study Tool analyzes inflected forms from the original language as noted here and below In lieu of direct translation this tool searches words marked as English definitions or glosses in Perseus dictionaries So a search on love in Latin dictionaries will return many entries which may or may not have a direct correlation A quick scan of the most common words will assist in narrowing down the results Dictionary Entry Lookup The Dictionary Entry Lookup searches the dictionaries and lexica for entries only Words in the dictionaries not marked as entries will not be found This

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  • Perseus Vocabulary Tool Help
    will be new In fact the Anabasis is almost three times longer than the Oresteia but it contains only about 2 3 as many unique words Similarly Livy s History books 1 10 is 159 186 words long but contains only 7 446 unique words so its vocabulary density is 21 379 Virgil s Aeneid less than half as long 63 719 words uses almost as many different words 6 677 of them giving it a vocabulary density score of only 9 543 In other words while Livy s vocabulary is larger than Virgil s new words do not appear as frequently The Vocabulary List The vocabulary list will appear along with a series of numbers to give you information about each word in the context of your list The actual contents of your list will vary based on the way that you customized the list and the sort order that you requested Count The row number is supplied to help you keep your place in the table The count appears on every tenth row Word The words in your vocabulary list are linked to the Word Study Tool from which you can get a short definition a link to the full lexicon entry and frequency information for this word in the corpus as a whole Minimum Maximum and Weighted Frequencies These numbers give you a sense of how common a word is in a text A more detailed description of the three different ways that we count words is provided below The maximum frequency like on other pages in Perseus will link to a search of that word Definition The short definition provided is automatically extracted from various lexica in the Perseus collections This definition is the one listed first in the dictionary entry for each word Thus the definition provided for words with multiple senses may not be entirely correct for the works that you have selected If you would like to see the complete definition you can look up the full definition in the dictionary using the Word Study Tool Lexicon Entries This provides you with links to the entries in our various lexica for the particular word Key Term Score As noted above words with a high key term score appear relatively often in your selection of documents and relatively infrequently in the collection as a whole Words with a high key term score are an automatically extracted variety of keyword that provides an initial guide to important people places and concepts in your selection Frequently appearing words that provide less guidance about the contents of your selection will have a low keyword score and the least important key words will have a score of 0 Note The quality of the key words will vary based on the size and similarity of the works that you select As with any automatic knowledge discovery procedure these scores might provide an interesting guide to further exploration but they might not produce interesting or useful results for your selection

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  • Perseus Help Archives
    and may not be accurate New information when applicable will be found on the main help page Frequently Asked Questions deprecated Greek Font Display Help deprecated Greek and Latin Translation Tips deprecated Texts and Word Study Tools Help deprecated Vocabulary Tool Help deprecated Perseus CDs Help Information deprecated Information on former Perseus Collections Bolles Collection on London now hosted by the Tufts Digital Collections and Archives American Memory California as

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  • Lisa M. Cerrato, Robert F. Chavez, Perseus Classics Collection: An Overview, section 1
    resolution and have been produced in collaboration with many museums institutions and scholars Catalog information and keywords have been taken from standard sources which are cited in the entries for each object Numerous secondary sources supplement Perseus catalog entries Prominent art and archaeology works include the Princeton Encyclopedia of Classical Sites Attic vase paintings in the Museum of Fine Arts Boston by L D Caskey and J D Beazley selections from Attic Document Reliefs Art and Politics in Ancient Athens by Carol L Lawton One Hundred Greek Sculptors Their Careers and Extant Works by Andrew Stewart and more All art and archaeology materials are extensively linked to the Perseus atlas which contains over 5 000 classical sites In addition to art and archaeology sources essays and tools the classics collection features several hundred works of classical Greek and Roman authors both in the original language and in translation Moreover Perseus has created a suite of powerful linguistic tools all extensively linked to lexica which permit the careful study of Greek and Latin All word study tools are documented please visit the help and information center for the latest information on the scope and functions of these tools Text based secondary sources include Greek and Latin grammars commentaries and Thomas R Martin s popular An Overview of Classical Greek History from Homer to Alexander which acts both as an introduction to Greek History and an tool for accessing clasics resources in Perseus it s a great place to begin exploring the classics collection Nearly all the classics materials are interlinked and accessible from any given resource For example a user reading Julius Caesar s Gallic War in English may wish to check the particular Latin word Caesar employs to describe a military formation Simply by switching the version of the text

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  • Clifford E. Wulfman, The Perseus Garner: An Overview, Introduction
    Works The Works of Christopher Marlowe Primary Sources Secondary Sources The Texts Current location in this text Enter a Perseus citation to go to another section or work Full search options are on the right side and top of the page Introduction Ward s Shakespeare Statue Central Park New York Welcome to the Perseus Garner the latest collection in the Perseus Digital Library The Garner is a gathering of primary materials from the early modern period in England commonly called the English Renaissance and selected secondary materials from the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries Begun with an electronic edition of the complete works of Christopher Marlowe it now includes the works of William Shakespeare important historical sources from the period and a variety of secondary reference works Our goal in assembling this collection is to provide scholars students and general readers with free access to important documents from the early modern period many of which are difficult to find outside large research libraries and to supplement them with helpful scholarship and criticism The Perseus Garner An Overview Clifford E Wulfman April 2001 Perseus Project NSF NEH Digital Libraries Initiative Phase 2 provided support for entering this text This work is

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  • Homer, Iliad, Book 1, line 1
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  • Homer, Iliad, Book 1, line 1
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