Proposition: 6.04: Equiangular Triangles are Similar
(Proposition 4 from Book 6 of Euclid's “Elements”)
In equiangular triangles the sides about the equal angles are proportional, and those (sides) subtending equal angles correspond.
 Let $ABC$ and $DCE$ be equiangular triangles, having angle $ABC$ equal to $DCE$, and (angle) $BAC$ to $CDE$, and, further, (angle) $ACB$ to $CED$.
 I say that in triangles $ABC$ and $DCE$ the sides about the equal angles are proportional, and those (sides) subtending equal angles correspond.
Modern Formulation
Equiangular triangles are similar.
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