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20 of 22 (91%) sections assigned

19 of 22 (86%) sections completed

This project has a dedicated proof-listener who will listen to all sections: Jmbau13

SectionTitleReaderNotesListen UrlStatus
0 The Life and Works of Sextus Julius Frontinus  Leni Please read from page xiii to xxvii. 3193 words 22:32 Listen PL OK
1 The Stratagems, Book 1, Part 1  ToddHW Please read the introduction and "On concealing one's plans". Page 3 to17. 2062 words. 12:34 Listen PL OK
2 The Stratagems, Book 1, Part 2  MrsHand Please read "On finding out the enemy's plans • On determining the character of the war • On leading an army through places infested by the enemy". Page 17 to 35. 2394 words 14:50 Listen PL OK
3 The Stratagems, Book 1, Part 3  Xctops Please read "On escaping from difficult situations • On laying and meeting ambushes while on the march". Page 35 to 55. 2746 words 17:03 Listen PL OK
4 The Stratagems, Book 1, Part 4  ColleenMc Please read " How to conceal the absence of things we lack, or to supply substitutes for them • On distracting the attention of the enemy • On quelling a mutiny of soldiers • How to check an unseasonable demand for battle". Page 55 to 71. 2015 words. Claimed May 27 Assigned
5 The Stratagems, Book 1, Part 5  MrsHand Please read "How to arouse an army's enthusiasm for battle • On dispelling the fears inspired in soldiers by adverse omens" Page 71 to 85. 1995 words. 12:10 Listen PL OK
6 The Stratagems, Book 2, Part 1  MFD32 Please read the introduction and "On choosing the time for battle • On choosing the place for battle". Page 89 to 107. 2499 words 15:17 Listen PL OK
7 The Stratagems, Book 2, Part 2  MFD32 Please read "On the disposition of troops for battle • On creating panic in the enemy's ranks". Page 107 to 133. 3685 words. 22:56 Listen PL OK
8 The Stratagems, Book 2, Part 3   Please read "On ambushes". Page 133 to 165. 4597 words. Open
9 The Stratagems, Book 2, Part 4  MFD32 Please read "On letting the enemy escape, lest, brought to bay, he renew the battle in desperation • On concealing reverses • On restoring morale by firmness". Page 165 to 181. 2152 words 13:48 Listen PL OK
10 The Stratagems, Book 2, Part 5  MFD32 Please read " On bringing the war to a close after a successful engagement • On repairing one's losses after a reverse • On ensuring the loyalty of those whom one mistrusts • What to do for the defence of the camp, in case a commander lacks confidence in his present forces • On retreating". Page 183 to 201. 2460 words. 15:27 Listen PL OK
11 The Stratagems, Book 3, Part 1   Please read "On surprise attacks • On deceiving the besieged • On inducing treachery • By what means the enemy may be reduced to want • How to persuade the enemy that the siege will be maintained". Page 205 to 221. 2262 words. Open
12 The Stratagems, Book 3, Part 2  MFD32 Please read " On distracting the attention of a hostile garrison • On diverting streams and contaminating waters • On terrorizing the besieged • On attacks from an unexpected quarter • On setting traps to draw out the besieged • On pretended retirements". Page 223 to 245. 3033 words. 18:59 Listen PL OK
13 The Stratagems, Book 3, Part 3  MFD32 Please read " On stimulating the vigilance of one's own troops • On sending and receiving messages • On introducing reinforcements and supplying provisions • How to produce the impression of abundance of what is lacking • How to meet the menace of treason and desertion • On sorties • Concerning steadfastness on the part of the besieged". Page 245 to 263. 2245 words. 14:55 Listen PL OK
14 The Stratagems, Book 4, Part 1  MFD32 Please read the introduction and "On discipline". Page 267 to 287. 2694 words. 16:13 Listen PL OK
15 The Stratagems, Book 4, Part 2  MFD32 Please read "On the effect of discipline • On restraint and disinterestedness • On justice • On determination ("the will to victory") • On good will and moderatio". Page 287 to 309. 2889 words 17:59 Listen PL OK
16 The Stratagems, Book 4, Part 3  MFD32 Please read "On sundry maxims and devices".Page 309 to 327. 2713 words. 15:50 Listen PL OK
17 The Aqueducts of Rome, Book 1, Part 1  ToddHW Please read the introduction and the beginning of Book 1, all the way to "By this provision, one reaps the advantage of being able to have the works before one's eyes, so to speak, at a moment's notice, and to consider them as though standing by their side"(up to paragraph 17 as numbered on the Latin text). Page 331 to 359. 3231 words 19:26 Listen PL OK
18 The Aqueducts of Rome, Book 1, Part 2  pmchaffie Please read from "The several aqueducts reach the City at different elevations" (paragraph 18 as numbered on the Latin text) to the end of the book. Page 359 to 385. 3595 words. 38:06 Listen PL OK
19 The Aqueducts of Rome, Book 2, Part 1  Availle Please read from the beginning of the book up to "it ought to be understood that no account should be given until they are completed." (paragraph 88 as numbered on the Latin text). Page 389 to 419. 3663 words 28:47 Listen PL OK
20 The Aqueducts of Rome, Book 2, Part 2  Availle Please read from "What shall we say of the fact that the painstaking interest which our Emperor evinces for his subjects" (paragraph 89) up to "is self-evident, but is forbidden also by ordinance." (paragraph 109 as numbered on the Latin text). Page 419 to 443. 3932 words 24:29 Listen PL OK
21 The Aqueducts of Rome, Book 2, Part 3  Availle Please read from "Those waters also that are called "lapsed," namely," (paragraph 110 as numbered on the Latin text) to the end of the book. Page 443 to 467. 3526 words. 23:59 Listen PL OK