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The book is probably excellent; T. L. Heath was a very good writer, however this particular scan is 99% useless. The text is cropped severly making it impossible to read. Also, it appears that it is credited to Heiberg, rather than Heath, which is less than accurate. Why spend all the time to scan a book if you don't care about making the scans readable?
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Review: The Thirteen Books of Euclid's Elements, Books 1 and 2 (The Elements #1)User Review - Chas Bayfield - Goodreads
I read this because it got a name check in 'Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance'. Sadly my brain was too small. Plugged through to the end though, which felt pretty virtuous... Read full review
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