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The stand-alone version of the Fontes database for PCs on CD-ROM

PC running Windows 95, 98, ME or XP.
Processor: Pentium or later.
Memory: 48 MB.
Minimum disk space: 70MB for machines that do NOT have MS Access installed, 1MB for those that do.
Monitor giving 800 x 600 resolution.
Netscape 4.5 or Internet Explorer 5.0 (or higher).

If you would prefer to have the application on CD-ROM and have a PC with the minimum system requirements noted above, please send your name and address by e-mail to fontes@english.ox.ac.uk or by post (on a sticky label) to Dr Rohini Jayatilaka, Fontes Anglo-Saxonici Project, English Faculty, University of Oxford, St Cross Building, Manor Road, Oxford OX1 3UQ, United Kingdom. Copies can also be obtained from the Oxford Text Archive (Oxford University Computing Services, 13 Banbury Road, Oxford, England, http://ota.ahds.ac.uk/).

The data in this application is the copyright of the Fontes Anglo-Saxonici project, and use of it in publications should be acknowledged as described under Information. Users are welcome to copy the application for their own use or for others, or to network it as long as its form is not changed and acknowledgement is made to the project. You may not sell or hire this product in any form.

While the project team have tested the application on various operating systems and setups, we do not offer any warranty, either wholly or in part, for this application. By using this software, you agree that we cannot be held responsible for any damage to, or loss of data from, your system either directly or indirectly related to the use of this software.

The stand-alone version of the Fontes application (also called CD-ROM Version 1.1) was developed by David Miles in collaboration with Dr Rohini Jayatilaka and Professor Malcolm Godden
© Fontes Anglo-Saxonici Project, 2002
Published by the Fontes Anglo-Saxonici Project
Oxford, 2002

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