Euclid's Elements: all thirteen books complete in one volume : the Thomas L. Heath translationThe classic Heath translation, in a completely new layout with plenty of space and generous margins. An affordable but sturdy sewn hardcover student and teacher edition in one volume, with minimal notes and a new index/glossary. 
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User Review  Sharon  GoodreadsSue has to read this for school and, of course, I'm going to read along. The other translation I'd ordered had very small print and flimsy pages; it also had a ton of notes. This looks to be better ... Read full review
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AC is equal angle ABC angle BAC apotome base binomial straight line bisected centre circle ABCD circle EFGH circumference commensurable in length commensurable in square cone continued proportion cylinder diameter double equal angles equiangular equilateral equimultiples Euclid given straight line gnomon height irrational straight line joined least number less let the square magnitudes measures the number medial area medial straight line multiplying number measured parallelepipedal solids parallelogram pentagon plane of reference polygon prisms Proposition 13 proved Q.E.D. Proposition ratio triplicate rational and incommensurable rational straight line rectangle AC rectangle contained remaining angle right angles sphere square number squares on AC straight line AC straight lines commensurable subtracted triangle ABC twice the rectangle