I had not imagined that there was anything so delicious in the world. -- Bertrand Russell
If you want your students to really grapple with Euclid, this is the edition to choose. -- Fernando Q. Gouvea, MAA Online, August 2002
About the Author
Euclid is the most celebrated mathematician of all time. He lived in the third or fourth century B. C. E., after Plato but before Apollonius of Perga. His fame rests preeminently upon the Elements,
which he wrote in thirteen books and which is said to have exercised an influence on the human mind greater than that of any other work except the Bible.