Homeric Greek: a book for beginners

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D. C. Heath & Company, 1920 - Greek language - 391 pages
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Talk to the hand!
You can't blame the specimen for all the problems in this scanning. I'm not exaggerating when I describe HUMAN FINGERS that show up again and again in this scanning. On page 164
, you can even see that the person who did the scanning wore rings. It's hard to find worse than this. There are dozens of pages with whole paragraphs that are blurred beyond recognition by the movement of the book during the scanning. I regret having ordered a physical copy of this scan from the Harvard Book Store.  

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