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  2. Wikisource - Wikipedia

    Wikisource is an online digital library of free-content textual sources on a wiki, operated by the Wikimedia Foundation. Wikisource is the name of the project as a whole and the name for each instance of that project (each instance usually representing a different language); multiple Wikisources make up the overall project of Wikisource.

  3. Wikisource:For Wikipedians - Wikisource, the free online library

    Wikisource is Wikimedia's library. Welcome to Wikisource, the free library that you can improve. As a Wikipedian, you understand what a wiki is, how it works and how to edit; this page focuses on the important differences between Wikipedia and Wikisource, to help you get acquainted with how things work here. Wikisource is not about creating new ...

  4. Wikisource:What is Wikisource? - Wikisource, the free online ...

    Wikisource – The Free Library – is a Wikimedia Foundation project to create a growing free content online library of source texts, as well as translations of source texts in any language. This page attempts to define what Wikisource is, what it is not, and what distinguishes it from other Wikimedia projects.

  5. Wikisource:Wikisource and Wikibooks - Wikisource

    Even for annotated texts, the distinction between Wikisource and Wikibooks is clear in most cases. When there is a significant amount of original annotation contributed by the users themselves, the text belongs on Wikibooks. When the source-text is more-or-less presented "as is" the text belongs at Wikisource. This is a common sense distinction.

  6. Wikipedia:Wikisource - Wikipedia

    Wikisource is a digital library of public domain texts, films and similar material. Like Wikipedia, it is a project of the Wikimedia Foundation. It can be used by ...

  7. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections/Volume 60/Remains in ...

    The mounds yield, according to their age, implements of iron, copper, bronze, or stone, occasionally some gold ornaments, and skeletons. The majority of these “kourgans” date doubtless from fairly recent times, corresponding to Ugrian or Turk or “Tatar [3] ” elements, and to the modern Mongolian, and the skeletons found in them show ...

  8. ZeitschriftenWikisource

    Diese Seite dient als Gesamtregister der Zeitschriften, für die Wikisource Digitalisate nachweist. Sie verweist auf die Listen und Einzelseiten, auf denen nähere Informationen stehen. Häufig haben die digitalisierten Zeitschriftenjahrgänge empfindliche Lücken!

  9. Zeitschriften (Naturwissenschaft) – Wikisource

    Zeitschriften zur Naturwissenschaft. Diese Liste enthält deutschsprachige Zeitschriften, die als Digitalisat (Faksimile, Scan) im Internet vorliegen. Artikel in der Wikipedia. Bilder und Medien bei Commons. Hinweis: Bände, die mit Google-USA oder Michigan usw.

  10. DP: Welcome

    Distributed Proofreaders provides a web-based method to ease the conversion of Public Domain books into e-books. By dividing the workload into individual pages, many volunteers can work on a book at the same time, which significantly speeds up the creation process. During proofreading, volunteers are presented with a scanned page image and the ...

  11. Bhagavad Gita - Wikipedia

    The Bhagavad Gita is the sealing achievement of the Hindu synthesis, incorporating its various religious traditions. [11] [12] [13] The synthesis is at both philosophical and socio-religious levels, states the Gita scholar Keya Maitra. [68] The text refrains from insisting on one right marga (path) to spirituality.