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Dates of death of early 20th century classicists[edit | edit source]

Authors in copyright until 2030s[edit | edit source]

  • W. H. S. Jones, d.1963[1]
  • Edgar Cardew Marchant, d.1960[2]

Authors in public domain in 2021[edit | edit source]

Authors in public domain[edit | edit source]

  • Reginald Bainbridge Appleton, 1938[3]
  • Edward Vernon Arnold, 1926[4]
  • Frank S Granger, 1936[5]
  • Cyril Lyttleton Mainwaring d 1919 [6]
  • Walter Lionel Paine d 1915 War Memorials; OUNRoH
  • Effie Ryle, 1947[7]
  • Benjamin Leonard D'Ooge, d.1940[8]
  • Samuel Edward Winbolt, d.1944[9]

Public domain Latin educational books[edit | edit source]

Online copies[edit | edit source]

Transcribed[edit | edit source]

Partially transcribed[edit | edit source]

Ready for transcription[edit | edit source]

Digitised, not transcribed[edit | edit source]

Neither transcribed nor published digitised copies[edit | edit source]

These are available from the British Library.

Scannned personally, not published[edit | edit source]

  • Livy's Kings of Rome. Edited, with introduction, notes, and vocabulary by S. E. Winbolt. (1911)
  • Dialogues of Roman Life. Written and adapted by S. E. Win... WINBOLT, Samuel Edward. 1913

Not scannned personally, not published[edit | edit source]

  • Josephus : being the 'Autobiography' and Selections from the 'Jewish War' Edited by S. E. Winbolt. (1907)
  • Gustatio, vel memoriter ediscenda. (Extracts from the Latin classics.) Reginald Bainbridge APPLETON London : Herbert Russell, (1923)
  • Initium: a first Latin course on the direct method Reginald Bainbridge APPLETON (1925)
  • Lūdī Persicī. New edition of “Perse Latin Plays”. Reginald Bainbridge APPLETON Oxford : University Press, 1921.
  • Noctuīnus. Dramatic dialogues.Reginald Bainbridge APPLETON Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1926.

Uncertain copyright status[edit | edit source]

  • Report of the First Meeting, etc. School for the Reform of Latin Teaching (1911) (available at BL)
  • Bell's Latin picture cards (text by Frank Granger out of copyright; illustrations by J Williamson, uncertain status (not available at BL)

In copyright books until 2021[edit | edit source]

These are available from the British Library.

  • Linguaphone Latin course, WHD Rouse
  • The Menaechmi : the Original of Shakespeare's "Comedy of Errors": the Latin text together with the Elizabethan translation / edited by W. H. D. Rouse. (1922)
  • Latin on the Direct Method. By W. H. D. Rouse and Reginald Bainbridge APPLETON (1925)
  • Latin Stories for Reading or Telling, By W. H. D. Rouse (1935)
  • Linguae Latinae exercitatio: Scenes of School and College Life, VIVES, Joannes Ludovicus edited by WHD Rouse (1935)

In copyright until 2031[edit | edit source]

  • Bell's Concise Latin Course, MARCHANT, Edgar Cardew (1904)

References[edit | edit source]

  5. JISC
  6. "Index entry". FreeBMD. ONS. Retrieved 23 February 2020. 
  7. Birth; Death; Family tree