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That's a bummer. Thanks for pointing it out.

Luckily it appears accessible on the internet archive "wayback machine":

https://web.archive.org/web/20210611223829/https://www.tesorillo.com/aes/

That's occasionally happened with other important sites, including Cathy Lorber's online catalog of the coins of Larissa, which had become a standard reference but disappeared. It was partially archived, but not completely.

Similar with AsiaMinorCoins. But that has now returned.

The ones with a smaller number of static pages are more likely to survive in the web archive. (I haven't tried WildWinds, but hope it'd survive if something happened.) The ones that have real trouble are the databases that run searches on scripts like Isegrim (but that's back up running text searches, happily).

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