I am working through Euclid's Elements for fun, but I find the propositions difficult to understand without referencing the provided figures. Unfortunately, the figures usually give away the proofs, so sometimes I feel robbed of the opportunity to work on a fun problem. Does anyone know of an edition of Euclid's Elements that uses modern mathematical language AND does not have figures? I've been searching for a few hours and haven't found anything. If no one can think of anything and someone is interested in a "Euclid through Inquiry" style document, then I might spend a weekend $\TeX$ing something up.
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