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This website is written in simple HTML 4.0 without tables or frames, and is designed to be read with any browser. If you have any accessibility problems, please email us: email@example.com.
The header at the top of every page of this website contains links to the major components of the site.
There is also a footer at the bottom of every page, enabling you to return to the top of the current page, to go to the ETCSL home page or to email the ETCSL team, or to search the corpus. In addition, within the corpus you can follow links in the footer to take you to the composite text, translation, or bibliography of the composition you are looking at.
Below the footer is information about when each page was created and last modified, and who is responsible for its content.
The ETCSL corpus is published as ordinary HTML documents on this website. For each composition there is a composite text in transliteration, a translation into English prose, and a short bibliography. The compositions are accessed through the catalogues. You cannot move directly between compositions, but there are three ways of moving between the translation, composite text, and bibliography for each one:
HTML and SGML versions of the corpus are available from the Oxford Text Archive. Unfortunately the project itself does not have the facilities to provide the whole corpus to users, either in HTML or in SGML, but you can use the "Save As..." facility on the File menu of your web browser to download individual HTML files onto your own computer.
Help with searching the corpus is provided on a separate page.
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Page created on 7.ix.2001 by ER. Last revised on 29.iii.2002 by ER. Revised 18.x.2006 by JE.