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Classical Greek Bundle with LSJ (8 vols. plus Perseus Greek Classics)

by 167 authors Demosthenes, Demades, Dionysius of Halicarnassus, Usener, Hermann, Radermacher, Ludwig, Jacoby, Karl, Dinarchus, Dio Chrysostom, de Arnim, J., Plutarch, Babbitt, Frank Cole, Goodwin, Perrin, Bernadotte, Blass, Friedrich, Purton, W. J., Smyrnaeus, Quintus, Way, Arthur S., Sandys, J. E., Seymour, Thomas D., Sharpley, H., Smith, Josiah Renick, Smith, Charles F., Sophocles, Jebb, Sir Richard C., Mahoney, Anne, Hunt, Arthur S., Strabo, Hamilton, H. C., Gildersleeve, Basil L., Thucydides, Towle, James A., Tryphiodorus, Mair, A. W., Tucker, T. G., Wharton, Edward Ross, Xenophon, Brownson, Carleton L., Miller, Walter, Marchant, E. C., Bowersock, G. W., North, Thomas, Cherniss, Harold, Helmbold, William C., Bernardakis, Gregorius N., Fowler, Harold North, Lucian, Harmon, A. M., Edmonds, J. M., Hippocrates, Jones, W. H. S., Littre, A., Hyperides, Theocritus, Cholmeley, R. J., Voss, Johann Heinrich, Homer, Murray, A. T., Jackson, John J., Estalella, Luis Segalá, de Lisles, Leconte, Jowett, Benjamin, Leaf, Walter, Lodge, Gonzalez, Lycurgus, Lycophron, Lysias, Macan, Reginald Walter, Murray, Alexander S., Aristophanes, Hall, F. W., Geldart, W. M., Hickie, William James, Aristotle, Kenyon, Bywater, J., Freese, J. H., Ross, W. D., Bekker, I., Arrian, Hercher, Rudolf, Roos, A. G., Athenaeus, Gulick, Charles Burton, Bacchylides, Benner, Allen Rogers, Bury, R. G., Callimachus, von Wilamowitz-Moellendorff, Ulrich, Theophrastus, Diels, Hermann, Colluthus, Cope, E. M., Siculus, Diodorus, Monro, D. B., Butler, Samuel, How, W. W., Adams, Charles Darwin, Goodwin, William Watson, Bekker, Immanuel, Laertius, Diogenes, Hicks, R. D., Epictetus, Long, George, Higginson, Thomas Wentworth, Euclid, Heath, Thomas L., Heiberg, J. L., Euripides, Buckley, T. A., Murray, Gilbert, Coleridge, E. P., Forster, Edward Seymour, Galen, Brock, A. J., Rydberg-Cox, Jeffrey A., Graves, C. E., Dobson, J. F., Smyth, Herbert Weir, Herodotus, Godley, A. D., Alexandrinus, Heron, Hesiod, Evelyn-White, Hugh G., Polybius, Büttner-Wobst, Theodorus, Dindorf, L., Hobbes, Thomas, Merry, W. Walter, Morris, Charles D., Nonnus of Panopolis, Rouse, W. H. D., Grigoni, Michael R., Davidson, David M., Oppian of Apamea, Oppian, Paley, F. A., Pausanias, Pindar, Plato, Pseudo-Plutarch, Paton, W. R., Scott, Robert, Liddell, Henry George, McKenzie, Roderick, Jones, Henry Stuart, Jacobitz, Karl, J. Adam, A. M. Adam, Adam, James, Aeschylus, Browning, Robert, Aeschines, Allen, Thomas W., Andocides, Apollodorus, Frazer, Sir James George, Appian, White, Horace, Mendelssohn, L., Solensis, Aratus, Mair, G. R., Aretaeus, Adams, Francis, Rhodius, Apollonius, Mooney, George W., Aristides, Aelius, Dindorf, Wilhelm, von Spengel, Leonhard

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Classical Greek Bundle with LSJ (8 vols. plus Perseus Greek Classics)
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Overview

Designed with the classics scholar in mind, the Classical Greek Bundle comes with the tools and resources you need to research the core texts of the classical Greek tradition. With over 700 original texts and English translations from the Perseus Greek Classics collection, as well as language tools like the Liddell and Scott Greek-English Lexicon (LSJ) and Smyth’s A Greek Grammar for Colleges, this bundle facilitates deep engagement with works by figures like Aeschylus, Aristotle, and Herodotus.

Included are several grammars, lexicons, an interlinear version of Homer’s Iliad, and the Noet Classical Studies Presentation Media—a collection of timelines and quote slides for teaching, studying, and sharing. This bundle offers content, context, pronunciation, translation, presentation, and lexical tools—everything you need for a strong foundation for studying the classics in the digital age. This bundle comprises the following:

This bundle includes the comprehensive Liddell and Scott Greek–English Lexicon (LSJ). The Classical Greek Bundle (8 vols. plus Perseus Greek Classics) with the Intermediate Greek–English Lexicon is also available.

Key Features

  • Grammars and lexicons for extensive language study
  • Liddell and Scott Greek–English Lexicon (LSJ) for thorough lexical analysis
  • Contextual tools for deeper research of classical Greek language and culture
  • Visual teaching aids from Noet Classical Studies Presentation Media
  • An abundance of classical Greek texts from the Perseus Greek Classics Collection

Individual Titles

The Iliad in Greek and Translation

  • Author: Homer
  • Publisher: Logos Research Systems
  • Publication Date: 2007–2008

Homer’s The Iliad has for centuries enthralled readers with its depictions of war, heroism, wrath, and the Greek pantheon. Detailing the final year of the Trojan War, the story holds such an important place in the in western civilization that it permeates our very language, endowing us with idioms like a “Trojan horse” and “Achilles heel.” Now, delve deeper into The Iliad than ever before with this interlinear edition of The Iliad in Greek and Translation.

The Iliad in Greek and Translation offers students of Greek a terrific opportunity to further familiarize themselves with the language. Using the resource as a study aid, you’ll be able to search vocabulary in the other classic volumes to see how it was used. Moreover, you will be able to effortlessly look up The Iliad references in Liddell and Scott Greek-English Lexicon, BDAG, and other Greek grammars once those resources are updated with links to The Iliad.

Manual of Mythology

  • Author: A. S. Murray
  • Publisher: Charles Scribner’s Sons
  • Publication Date: 1881
  • Pages: 368

In this classic textbook, A. S. Murray, distinguished nineteenth-century Scottish scholar and archeologist, provides a compelling summary of ancient mythologies and their key characters. Manual of Mythology gives a complete understanding of the ancient world and the stories that arose out of their cultures and beliefs. Murray describes in clear detail the major gods, goddesses, and stories of the Greek, Roman, Norse, Old German, and Eastern religions. He begins with an introduction to ancient Greek and Roman culture and how they incorporated these stories into their daily lives. Murray then narrates the history of mythology, beginning with the creation of the world and the highest deities of the Ancient Greeks. He gives great detail on the legends and characters, including accounts of the famous Trojan War, the journey of Odysseus, and the feats of Hercules.

Though Manual of Mythology focuses mainly on the stories and heroes of the Ancient Greeks, Murray also gives an account of the Northern and Eastern legends, summarizing the central folklore and influence of these traditions. He ends with a brief overview of ancient Egyptian mythology. This book is highly readable and perfect for students and anyone interested in learning more about ancient mythology and its continuing effect on modern culture.

A. S. Murray (1841–1904) was a Scottish archeologist and head of the Department of Greek and Roman antiquities at the British Museum beginning in 1886.

Pronunciation of Ancient Greek

  • Author: Friedrich W. Blass
  • Translator: W. J. Purton
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • Publication Date: 1890
  • Pages: 151

The scholarly work of Blass is characterized by precision, rigorous analysis, and an incredible knowledge of both primary and secondary sources. When many grammarians were merely working from critical texts, Blass determined to go back to the manuscripts themselves. This painstaking focus on the smallest details has given Blass’ grammatical, philological, and textual efforts an enduring quality that has lasted to this day and set him apart from the other grammarians.

With the publication of Pronunciation of Ancient Greek, Blass entered into a debate that continues to this day: what is the correct historical pronunciation of Ancient Greek. In this volume, Blass presents what he terms the true “Erasmian” pronunciation, not referring to the traditional pronunciation in universities, used merely for convenience and practicality, but instead, his proposed historical reconstructed pronunciation based on cross-linguistic and historical evidence culled from transliteration of Greek into other languages. In many cases, knowledge of pronunciation is a prerequisite for understanding how various textual variants developed in manuscripts. For grammatical development and textual criticism, Blass’ Pronunciation is an essential volume for the student, scholar, and classicist.

In the same breath with Moulton and Robertson, the name of Friedrich Blass deserves commemoration . . . One of the innovations of Blass was the citation of textual variants according to the manuscripts rather than according to printed editions, as Winer and Buttmann had done. Blass made liberal use of the LXX and frequently cited the apostolic fathers.

—Frederick W. Danker, Multipurpose tools for Bible Study

Friedrich Wilhelm Blass (1843–1907) was a German classical scholar who published textual criticisms of classical authors such as Demosthenes, Isocrates, Dinarchus, Aeschines, and many others. In Indo-European Linguistics and Greek grammar his major contributions included his monograph, Pronunciation of Ancient Greek, his Grammar of New Testament Greek, and his revision and significant enlargement of Raphael Kuhner’s classical grammar.

A Greek Grammar for Colleges

  • Author: Herbert Weir Smyth
  • Publisher: American Book Company
  • Publication Date: 1920
  • Pages: 784

Herbert Weir Smyth’s A Greek Grammar for Colleges is the most thorough one-volume reference grammar of Classical Greek available in the English language. In it, Smyth sets forth the essential forms of Attic Greek and the other dialects which appear in classical literature. He devotes extensive attention to the formation of words and particles, and outlines the principles of Greek syntax and the basics of Greek morphology.

Herbert Weir Smyth received a PhD from the University of Göttingen. He was an Eliot Professor of Greek Literature at Harvard University.

Homeric Grammar

  • Author: D. B. Monro
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
  • Publication Date: 1891
  • Pages: 436

Homer’s famous Iliad and Odyssey represent some of the oldest Greek literature known. Thus, anyone who wants an understanding for how Greek developed over time must begin with Homer. Since Homer’s Greek predates the golden age of Attic Greek by several hundred years, a special grammar is required to describe its features. Monro’s Homeric Grammar has long been the standard reference work in the field. As Shakespeare is to English readers, Homer was never far from the Greek consciousness, and a study of Homer can—in addition to being enjoyable for its own sake—be useful for understanding Greek literature from later periods as well.

Etyma Graeca: An Etymological Lexicon of Classical Greek

  • Author: Edward Ross Wharton
  • Publisher: Percival and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1890
  • Pages: 167

Of the 41,000 words used by Greek authors down to 300 BC, about seven-eighths are derivatives or compounds and their formation is sufficiently explained in Liddell and Scott’s Lexicon. The remaining 5,000 form the subject of the present work, Etyma Graeca: An Etymological Lexicon of Classical Greek. In part one, they are arranged alphabetically, in part two according to the etymological processes involved in them.

Etyma Graeca also includes two important appendixes. Appendix A is a list of the 92 onomatopoeic words found in classical Greek. From the nature of the case no derivation can be sought for these, though many may be paralled in other languages. In Appendix B, the 641 loan-words in classical Greek are arranged as far as possible according to the languages from which they were taken. Most of them are substantives, and denote material objects.

Edward Ross Wharton (1844–1896) earned his BA and MA from Trinity College, Oxford. In 1868, he was elected fellow of Jesus College, Oxford, and was a noted philologist and genealogist.

Liddell and Scott Greek–English Lexicon (LSJ)

  • Authors: H. G. Liddell and R. Scott
  • Edition: 9th, with Revised Supplement 1996
  • Publisher: Oxford
  • Publication Date: 1940

The Liddell and Scott Greek–English Lexicon (9th edition, 1940), is the central reference work for all scholars of ancient Greek authors and texts discovered up to 1940, from the 11th century BC to the Byzantine Period. The early Greek of authors such as Homer and Hesiod, Classical Greek, and the Greek Old and New Testaments are included. Each entry lists not only the definition of a word, but also its irregular inflections, and quotations from a full range of authors and sources to demonstrate usage.

Indispensable for biblical and classical studies alike, the world’s most comprehensive and authoritative dictionary of ancient Greek is now available with the Revised Supplement integrated into the body of the text for the first time ever. The publication of the Revised Supplement in 1996 marked a major event in classical scholarship and was the culmination of 13 years' painstaking work involving the cooperation of experts from around the world.

. . . the digital LSJ is a real gain and a must for classicists. (more . . .)

Bryn Mawr Classical Review, Willeon Slenders, Radboud University Nijmegen

All in all, it is a pretty slick way to access that magnificent reference work. (more . . .)

Classical Review, Rob Latousek (Centaur Systems), Random Access columnist

In the electronic Liddell and Scott, the Revised Supplement is seamlessly woven into the dictionary’s lemmata and is available nowhere else electronically. The presentation of the dictionary’s entries in the electronic Liddell and Scott is much easier to read, with generous white space separating subsections that in the print Liddell and Scott cause blurred vision even in the youngest. In addition, while not correcting all of the erroneously or confusedly labeled sections and subsections of a lemma’s definition . . . the electronic edition’s layout makes it easy to see an ordered and logical presentation of the definition. (more . . .)

Bryn Mawr Classical Review, Gerald Verbrugghe, Rutgers University, Camden

Noet Classical Studies Presentation Media

  • Publication Date: 2013

Noet Classical Studies Presentation Media is a collection of timelines and quote slides for use as personal study tools or teaching aids. Add visual interest and key information to any classical studies presentation.

Perseus Greek Classics (739 vols.)

  • Publisher: Perseus Digital Library
  • Volumes: 739

The Perseus Greek Classics collection contains over 700 works from classical Greek authors in the original language; some works have an English translation. Greek grammars and commentaries are also included.

These works allow you to carefully study Greek and further familiarize yourself with its literature and language. Understanding these languages is an invaluable tool in the study of the classics. You can search and compare vocabulary across volumes and to see how it was used, enhancing your word study. An English translation is provided with many of the volumes, making these resources accessible even if you’re not proficient in Greek.

The thoughts and works of the playwrights, poets, physicians, mathematicians, and historians contained in the Perseus Greek Classics collection enhance the mind—revealing ancient wisdom, theories, and thought—making these works vital tools for study.

Contents:

  • Phalaris (Greek)
  • Hippias (Greek)
  • Bacchus (Greek)
  • Hercules (Greek)
  • Electrum (Greek)
  • Muscae Encomium (Greek)
  • Nigrinus (Greek)
  • Demonax (Greek)
  • De Domo (Greek)
  • Patriae Encomium (Greek)
  • Macrobii (Greek)
  • Verae Historiae (Greek)
  • Calumniae non temere credundum (Greek)
  • Judicium vocalium (Greek)
  • Symposium (Greek)
  • Cataplus (Greek)
  • Juppiter confuatus (Greek)
  • Juppiter trageodeus (Greek)
  • Gallus (Greek)
  • Elegy and Iambus, Volume I (English)
  • Elegy and Iambus, Volume I (Greek)
  • Prometheus (Greek)
  • Icaromenippus (Greek)
  • Timon (Greek)
  • Contemplantes (Greek)
  • Vitarum auctio (Greek)
  • Piscator (Greek)
  • Bis accusatus sive tribunalia (Greek)
  • De sacrificiis (Greek)
  • Adversus indoctum et libros multos ementem (Greek)
  • Somnium sive vita Luciani (Greek)
  • Elegy and Iambus, Volume II (English)
  • Elegy and Iambus, Volume II (Greek)
  • De parasito sive artem esse parasiticam (Greek)
  • Philopsuedes sive incredulus (Greek)
  • Dearum judicium (Greek)
  • De mercede (Greek)
  • Anacharsis (Greek)
  • Necyomantia (Greek)
  • De luctu (Greek)
  • Rhetorum praeceptor (Greek)
  • Alexander (Greek)
  • Imagines (Greek)
  • Pro imaginibus (Greek)
  • De Syria dea (Greek)
  • De morte Peregrini (Greek)
  • Fugitivi (Greek)
  • Toxaris vel amicitia (Greek)
  • De saltatione (Greek)
  • Lexiphanes (Greek)
  • Eunuchus (Greek)
  • De astrologia (Greek)
  • Pseudologista (Greek)
  • Deorum concilium (Greek)
  • Tyrannicida (Greek)
  • Abdicatus (Greek)
  • Quomodo historia conscribenda sit (Greek)
  • Dipsades (Greek)
  • Saturnalia (Greek)
  • Herodotus (Greek)
  • Zeuxis (Greek)
  • Pro lapsu inter salutandum (Greek)
  • Apologia (Greek)
  • Harmonides (Greek)
  • Hesiod (Greek)
  • Scytha (Greek)
  • Hermotimus (Greek)
  • Prometheus es in verbis (Greek)
  • Navigium (Greek)
  • Dialogi mortuorum (Greek)
  • Dialogi Marini (Greek)
  • Dialogi deorum (Greek)
  • Dialogi meretricii (Greek)
  • Soleocista (Greek)
  • Podagra (Greek)
  • Commentary on Plato, Protagoras (English)
  • The Republic of Plato: Commentary (English)
  • Agamemnon (English)
  • Agamemnon (English)
  • Agamemnon (Greek)
  • Eumenides (English)
  • Eumenides (Greek)
  • Speeches (English)
  • Speeches (Greek)
  • Libation Bearers (English)
  • Libation Bearers (Greek)
  • Prometheus Bound (English)
  • Prometheus Bound (Greek)
  • Persians (English)
  • Persians (Greek)
  • Seven Against Thebes (English)
  • Seven Against Thebes (Greek)
  • Suppliant Women (English)
  • Suppliant Women (Greek)
  • Commentary on the Homeric Hymns (English)
  • Speeches (English)
  • Speeches (Greek)
  • Greek Anthology, Volume I (Greek)
  • Greek Anthology, Volume II (Greek)
  • Greek Anthology, Volume III (Greek)
  • Greek Anthology, Volume IV (Greek)
  • Greek Anthology, Volume V (Greek)
  • Library and Epitome (English)
  • Library and Epitome (Greek)
  • The Civil Wars (English)
  • The Civil Wars (Greek)
  • The Foreign Wars (English)
  • The Foreign Wars (Greek)
  • Phaenomena (Greek)
  • The Extant Works of Aretaeus, The Cappadocian (English)
  • The Extant Works of Aretaeus, The Cappadocian (Greek)
  • Argonautica (Greek)
  • Orationes (Greek)
  • Ars Rhetorica (Greek)
  • Acharnians (Greek)
  • Birds (Greek)
  • Clouds (Greek)
  • Clouds (English)
  • Ecclesiazusae (Greek)
  • Frogs (Greek)
  • Knights (Greek)
  • Lysistrata (Greek)
  • Peace (Greek)
  • Plutus (Greek)
  • Thesmophoriazusae (Greek)
  • Wasps (Greek)
  • Athenian Constitution (Greek)
  • Economics (English)
  • Economics (Greek)
  • Eudemian Ethics (English)
  • Eudemian Ethics (Greek)
  • Metaphysics (English)
  • Metaphysics (Greek)
  • Nicomachean Ethics (Greek)
  • Poetics (English)
  • Politics (English)
  • Politics (Greek)
  • Rhetoric (English)
  • Rhetoric (Greek)
  • Virtues and Vices (Greek)
  • Acies Contra Alanos (Greek)
  • Anabasis (Greek)
  • Cynegeticus (Greek)
  • Indica (Greek)
  • Periplus Ponti Euxini (Greek)
  • Tactica (Greek)
  • The Deipnosophists, Book 1 (Greek)
  • The Deipnosophists, Book 2 (Greek)
  • The Deipnosophists, Book 3 (Greek)
  • The Deipnosophists, Book 4 (Greek)
  • The Deipnosophists, Book 5 (Greek)
  • The Deipnosophists, Book 6 (Greek)
  • The Deipnosophists, Book 7 (Greek)
  • The Deipnosophists, Book 8 (Greek)
  • The Deipnosophists, Book 9 (Greek)
  • The Deipnosophists, Book 10 (Greek)
  • The Deipnosophists, Book 11 (Greek)
  • The Deipnosophists, Book 12 (Greek)
  • The Deipnosophists, Book 13 (Greek)
  • The Deipnosophists, Book 14 (Greek)
  • The Deipnosophists, Book 15 (Greek)
  • The Attic Orators from Antiphon to Isaeos (English)
  • Odes (Greek)
  • Selections from Homer’s Iliad (English)
  • The Symposium of Plato (English)
  • Hymns (Greek)
  • Epigrams, Fragmenta (Greek)
  • Hymns and Epigrams (Greek)
  • Characters (Greek)
  • Rape of Helen (Greek)
  • Commentary on the Rhetoric of Aristotle (English)
  • Speeches 1-10 (English)
  • Speeches 1-10 (Greek)
  • Speeches 11-20 (English)
  • Speeches 11-20 (Greek)
  • Speeches 21-30 (English)
  • Speeches 21-30 (Greek)
  • Speeches 31-40 (English)
  • Speeches 31-40 (Greek)
  • Speeches 41-50 (English)
  • Speeches 41-50 (Greek)
  • Speeches 51-61 (English)
  • Speeches 51-61 (Greek)
  • On the Twelve Years (English)
  • On the Twelve Years (Greek)
  • De antiquis oratoribus (Greek)
  • De Lysia (Greek)
  • De Isocrate (Greek)
  • De Isaeo (Greek)
  • De Demosthene (Greek)
  • Libri secundi de antiquis oratoribus reliquiae (Greek)
  • Ad Ammaeum (Greek)
  • De Dinarcho (Greek)
  • De Thucydide (Greek)
  • De Thucydidis idiomatibus (epistula ad Ammaeum) (Greek)
  • De Compositione Verborum (Greek)
  • Epistula ad Pompeium Geminum (Greek)
  • Antiquitates Romanae, Books I-III (Greek)
  • Antiquitates Romanae, Books IV-VI (Greek)
  • Antiquitates Romanae, Books VII-IX (Greek)
  • Antiquitates Romanae, Books X-XX (Greek)
  • Speeches (English)
  • Speeches (Greek)
  • Orationes, Volume 1 (Greek)
  • Orationes, Volume 2 (Greek)
  • Library (Greek)
  • Bibliotheca Historica, Books I-V (Greek)
  • Bibliotheca Historica, Books XVIII-XX (Greek)
  • Lives of Eminent Philosophers (English)
  • Lives of Eminent Philosophers (Greek)
  • Works (English)
  • Works (Greek)
  • Works (English)
  • Elements (English)
  • Elements (Greek)
  • Bacchae (English)
  • Bacchae (Greek)
  • Electra (Greek)
  • Hecuba (Greek)
  • Helen (Greek)
  • Heracles (Greek)
  • Iphigenia in Aulis (English)
  • Iphigenia in Aulis (Greek)
  • Ion (Greek)
  • Iphigenia in Tauris (Greek)
  • Orestes (Greek)
  • Phoenissae (Greek)
  • Rhesus (English)
  • Rhesus (Greek)
  • Rhesus (English)
  • Suppliants (Greek)
  • The Trojan Women (English)
  • The Trojan Women (Greek)
  • Isocrates Cyprian Orations (English)
  • Commentary on Thucydides Book 5 (English)
  • On the Natural Faculties (English)
  • On the Natural Faculties (Greek)
  • Pindar: The Olympian and Pythian Odes (English)
  • Overview of Greek Syntax
  • Commentary on Demosthenes: On the Crown (English)
  • Syntax of the Moods and Tenses of the Greek Verb
  • Commentary on Thucydides: Book 4 (English)
  • Commentary on Thucydides: Book 5 (English)
  • The Greek Orators (English)
  • The Histories (English)
  • The Histories (Greek)
  • Mechanicorum Fragmenta (Greek)
  • Shield of Heracles (English)
  • Shield of Heracles (Greek)
  • Theogony (English)
  • Theogony (Greek)
  • Works and Days (English)
  • Works and Days (Greek)
  • Homeric Hymns (English)
  • Homeric Hymns (Greek)
  • Histories (English)
  • Histories (Greek)
  • History of the Peloponnesian War (English)
  • The Iliad (English)
  • The Odyssey (English)
  • Odyssey (English)
  • Odyssey (Greek)
  • A Commentary on Herodotus (English)
  • The Genuine Works of Hippocrates (English)
  • Airs Waters Places, introduction (English)
  • Nutriment, introduction (English)
  • Epidemics, introduction (English)
  • Hippocrates Collected Works I (English)
  • Hippocrates Collected Works I (Greek)
  • Oath, introduction (English)
  • Oeuvres Completes D’Hippocrate (Greek)
  • Precepts, introduction (English)
  • Ancient Medicine, introduction (English)
  • Speeches (English)
  • Speeches (Greek)
  • Idylls (Greek)
  • Selections from the Attic Orators (English)
  • Commentary on Sophocles: Ajax (English)
  • Commentary on Sophocles: Antigone (English)
  • Commentary on Sophocles: Electra (English)
  • Commentary on Sophocles: Oedipus at Colonus (English)
  • Commentary on Sophocles: Oedipus Tyrannus (English)
  • Commentary on Sophocles: Trachiniae (English)
  • History of the Peloponnesian War (English)
  • Commentary on the Iliad (1900) (English)
  • Commentary on Plato: Gorgias (English)
  • Speeches (English)
  • Speeches (Greek)
  • Alexandra (Greek)
  • Speeches (English)
  • Speeches (Greek)
  • Herodotus: The Seventh, Eighth, Ninth Books with Introduction and Commentary (English)
  • Commentary on Thucydides Book 1 (English)
  • Commentary on Thucydides: Book 2 (English)
  • Commentary on Thucydides: Book 3 (English)
  • Commentary on Thucydides: Book 6 (English)
  • Commentary on Thucydides: Book 7 (English)
  • Commentary on the Odyssey (1886) (English)
  • Commentary on Thucydides Book 1 (English)
  • Dionysiaca, Books I-XV (Greek)
  • Dionysiaca, Books XVI-XXXV (Greek)
  • Dionysiaca, Books XXXVI-XLVIII (Greek)
  • Cynegetica (Greek)
  • Halieutica (Greek)
  • Select Private Orations of Demosthenes (English)
  • Description of Greece (English)
  • Description of Greece (Greek)
  • Odes (Greek)
  • Laws (English)
  • Laws (Greek)
  • Epistles (Greek)
  • Republic (English)
  • Republic (Greek)
  • Euthyphro, Apology, Crito, Phaedo (English)
  • Euthyphro, Apology, Crito, Phaedo (Greek)
  • Cratylus, Theaetetus, Sophist, Statesman (English)
  • Cratylus, Theaetetus, Sophist, Statesman (Greek)
  • Parmenides, Philebus, Symposium, Phaedrus (English)
  • Parmenides, Philebus, Symposium, Phaedrus (Greek)
  • Alcibiades 1, Alcibiades 2, Hipparchus, Lovers, Theages, Charmides, Laches, Lysis (English)
  • Alcibiades 1, Alcibiades 2, Hipparchus, Lovers, Theages, Charmides, Laches, Lysis (Greek)
  • Euthydemus, Protagoras, Gorgias, Meno (English)
  • Euthydemus, Protagoras, Gorgias, Meno (Greek)
  • Hippias Major, Hippias Minor, Ion, Menexenus, Cleitophon, Timaeus, Critias, Minos, Epinomis (English)
  • Hippias Major, Hippias Minor, Ion, Menexenus, Cleitophon, Timaeus, Critias, Minos, Epinomis (Greek)
  • De fluviis (English)
  • De musica (English)
  • De musica (Greek)
  • Placita Philosophorum (English)
  • Placita Philosophorum (Greek)
  • De liberis educandis (English)
  • De liberis educandis (English)
  • De liberis educandis (Greek)
  • Quomodo adolescens poetas audire debeat (English)
  • Quomodo adolescens poetas audire debeat (English)
  • Quomodo adolescens poetas audire debeat (Greek)
  • De recta ratione audiendi (English)
  • De recta ratione audiendi (English)
  • De Recta Ratione Audiendi (Greek)
  • Quomodo adulator ab amico internoscatur (English)
  • Quomodo adulator ab amico internoscatur (English)
  • Quomodo adulator ab amico internoscatur (Greek)
  • Quomodo quis suos in virtute sentiat profectus (English)
  • Quomodo quis suos in virtute sentiat profectus (English)
  • Quomodo quis suos in virtute sentiat profectus (Greek)
  • De capienda ex inimicis utilitate (English)
  • De capienda ex inimicis utilitate (English)
  • De capienda ex inimicis utilitate (Greek)
  • De amicorum multitudine (English)
  • De amicorum multitudine (English)
  • De amicorum multitudine (Greek)
  • De fortuna (English)
  • De fortuna (English)
  • De fortuna (Greek)
  • De virtute et vitio (English)
  • De virtute et vitio (English)
  • De virtute et vitio (Greek)
  • Consolatio ad Apollonium (English)
  • Consolatio ad Apollonium (English)
  • Consolatio ad Apollonium (Greek)
  • De tuenda sanitate praecepta (English)
  • De tuenda sanitate praecepta (English)
  • De tuenda sanitate praecepta (Greek)
  • Conjugalia Praecepta (English)
  • Conjugalia Praecepta (English)
  • Conjugalia Praecepta (Greek)
  • Septem sapientium convivium (English)
  • Septem sapientium convivium (English)
  • Septem sapientium convivium (Greek)
  • De superstitione (English)
  • De superstitione (English)
  • De superstitione (Greek)
  • Regum et imperatorum apophthegmata (English)
  • Regum et imperatorum apophthegmata (English)
  • Regum et imperatorum apophthegmata (Greek)
  • Regum et imperatorum apophthegmata (Greek)
  • Instituta Laconica (English)
  • Instituta Laconica (Greek)
  • Instituta Laconica (Greek)
  • Lacaenarum Apophthegmata (English)
  • Lacaenarum Apophthegmata (Greek)
  • Lacaenarum Apophthegmata (Greek)
  • Apophthegmata Laconica (English)
  • Apophthegmata Laconica (English)
  • Apophthegmata Laconica (Greek)
  • Apophthegmata Laconica (Greek)
  • Mulierum virtutes (English)
  • Mulierum virtutes (English)
  • Mulierum virtutes (Greek)
  • Mulierum virtutes (Greek)
  • Quaestiones Romanae (English)
  • Quaestiones Romanae (English)
  • Quaestiones Romanae (Greek)
  • Quaestiones Romanae (Greek)
  • Quaestiones Graecae (English)
  • Quaestiones Graecae (English)
  • Quaestiones Graecae (Greek)
  • Quaestiones Graecae (Greek)
  • Parallela minora (English)
  • Parallela minora (English)
  • Parallela minora (Greek)
  • Parallela minora (Greek)
  • De fortuna Romanorum (English)
  • De fortuna Romanorum (English)
  • De fortuna Romanorum (Greek)
  • De fortuna Romanorum (Greek)
  • De Alexandri magni fortuna aut virtute (English)
  • De Alexandri magni fortuna aut virtute (English)
  • De Alexandri magni fortuna aut virtute (Greek)
  • De Alexandri magni fortuna aut virtute (Greek)
  • De gloria Atheniensium (English)
  • De gloria Atheniensium (English)
  • De gloria Atheniensium (Greek)
  • De gloria Atheniensium (Greek)
  • De Iside et Osiride (English)
  • De Iside et Osiride (English)
  • De Iside et Osiride (Greek)
  • De E apud Delphos (English)
  • De E apud Delphos (English)
  • De E apud Delphos (Greek)
  • De Pythiae oraculis (English)
  • De Pythiae oraculis (English)
  • De Pythiae oraculis (Greek)
  • De defectu oraculorum (English)
  • De defectu oraculorum (English)
  • De defectu oraculorum (Greek)
  • An virtus doceri possit (English)
  • An virtus doceri possit (English)
  • An virtus doceri possit (Greek)
  • An virtus doceri possit (Greek)
  • De virtute morali (English)
  • De virtute morali (English)
  • De virtute morali (Greek)
  • De virtute morali (Greek)
  • De cohibenda ira (English)
  • De cohibenda ira (English)
  • De cohibenda ira (Greek)
  • De cohibenda ira (Greek)
  • De tranquilitate animi (English)
  • De tranquilitate animi (English)
  • De tranquilitate animi (Greek)
  • De tranquilitate animi (Greek)
  • De fraterno amore (English)
  • De fraterno amore (English)
  • De fraterno amore (Greek)
  • De fraterno amore (Greek)
  • De amore prolis (English)
  • De amore prolis (English)
  • De amore prolis (Greek)
  • De amore prolis (Greek)
  • An vitiositas ad infelicitatem sufficia (English)
  • An vitiositas ad infelicitatem sufficia (English)
  • An vitiositas ad infelicitatem sufficia (Greek)
  • An vitiositas ad infelicitatem sufficia (Greek)
  • Animine an corporis affectiones sint peiores (English)
  • Animine an corporis affectiones sint peiores (English)
  • Animine an corporis affectiones sint peiores (Greek)
  • Animine an corporis affectiones sint peiores (Greek)
  • De garrulitate (English)
  • De garrulitate (English)
  • De garrulitate (Greek)
  • De garrulitate (Greek)
  • De curiositate (English)
  • De curiositate (English)
  • De curiositate (Greek)
  • De curiositate (Greek)
  • De cupiditate divitiarum (English)
  • De cupiditate divitiarum (Greek)
  • De vitioso pudore (English)
  • De vitioso pudore (Greek)
  • De invidia et odio (English)
  • De invidia et odio (Greek)
  • De Se Ipsum Citra Invidiam Laudando (English)
  • De Se Ipsum Citra Invidiam Laudando (Greek)
  • De sera numinis vindicta (English)
  • De sera numinis vindicta (Greek)
  • De fato (English)
  • De fato (Greek)
  • De genio Socratis (English)
  • De genio Socratis (Greek)
  • De exilio (English)
  • De exilio (Greek)
  • Consolatio ad uxorem (English)
  • Consolatio ad uxorem (Greek)
  • Quaestiones Convivales (English)
  • Quaestiones Convivales (Greek)
  • Amatorius (English)
  • Amatorius (Greek)
  • Amatoriae narrationes (English)
  • Amatoriae narrationes (English)
  • Amatoriae narrationes (Greek)
  • Maxime cum principbus philosopho esse diserendum (English)
  • Maxime cum principbus philosopho esse diserendum (English)
  • Maxime cum principbus philosopho esse diserendum (Greek)
  • Ad principem ineruditum (English)
  • Ad principem ineruditum (English)
  • Ad principem ineruditum (Greek)
  • An seni respublica gerenda sit (English)
  • An seni respublica gerenda sit (English)
  • An seni respublica gerenda sit (Greek)
  • Praecepta gerendae reipublicae (English)
  • Praecepta gerendae reipublicae (English)
  • Praecepta gerendae reipublicae (Greek)
  • De unius in republica dominatione (English)
  • De unius in republica dominatione (English)
  • De unius in republica dominatione (Greek)
  • De vitando aere alieno (English)
  • De vitando aere alieno (English)
  • De vitando aere alieno (Greek)
  • Vitae decem oratorum (English)
  • Vitae decem oratorum (English)
  • Vitae decem oratorum (Greek)
  • Comparationis Aristophanis et Menandri compendium (English)
  • Comparationis Aristophanis et Menandri compendium (English)
  • Comparationis Aristophanis et Menandri compendium (Greek)
  • De Herodoti malignitate (English)
  • De Herodoti malignitate (Greek)
  • Quaestiones Naturales (English)
  • Quaestiones Naturales (Greek)
  • De faciae quae in orbe lunae apparet (English)
  • De facie quae in orbe lunae apparet (English)
  • De faciae quae in orbe lunae apparet (Greek)
  • De primo frigido (English)
  • De primo frigido (Greek)
  • De primo frigido (Greek)
  • Aquane an ignis sit utilior (English)
  • Aquane an ignis sit utilior (English)
  • Aquane an ignis sit utilior (Greek)
  • De sollertia animalium (English)
  • De sollertia animalium (English)
  • De sollertia animalium (Greek)
  • Bruta animalia ratione uti (English)
  • Bruta animalia ratione uti (English)
  • Bruta animalia ratione uti (Greek)
  • De esu carnium I (English)
  • De esu carnium I (English)
  • De esu carnium I (Greek)
  • De esu carnium II (English)
  • De esu carnium II (English)
  • De esu carnium II (Greek)
  • Platonicae quaestiones (English)
  • Platonicae quaestiones (Greek)
  • De animae procreatione in Timaeo (English)
  • De animae procreatione in Timaeo (Greek)
  • Compendium libri de animae procreatione in Timaeo (Greek)
  • De Stoicorum repugnantiis (English)
  • De Stoicorum repugnantiis (Greek)
  • Compendium Argumenti Stoicos absurdiora poetis dicere (English)
  • Compendium Argumenti Stoicos absurdiora poetis dicere (Greek)
  • De communibus notitiis adversus Stoicos (English)
  • De communibus notitiis adversus Stoicos (Greek)
  • Non posse suaviter vivi secundum Epicurum (English)
  • Non posse suaviter vivi secundum Epicurum (Greek)
  • Adversus Colotem (English)
  • Adversus Colotem (Greek)
  • An Recte Dictum Sit Latenter Esse Vivendum (English)
  • An Recte Dictum Sit Latenter Esse Vivendum (Greek)
  • Aemilius Paulus (English)
  • Aemilius Paulus (Greek)
  • Agesilaus (English)
  • Agesilaus (Greek)
  • Agis (English)
  • Agis (Greek)
  • Alcibiades (English)
  • Alcibiades (Greek)
  • Alexander (English)
  • Alexander (Greek)
  • Antony (English)
  • Antony (Greek)
  • Aratus (English)
  • Aratus (Greek)
  • Aristides (English)
  • Aristides (Greek)
  • Artaxerxes (English)
  • Artaxerxes (Greek)
  • Brutus (English)
  • Brutus (Greek)
  • Caesar (English)
  • Caesar (Greek)
  • Camillus (English)
  • Camillus (Greek)
  • Marcus Cato (English)
  • Marcus Cato (Greek)
  • Cato the Younger (English)
  • Cato the Younger (Greek)
  • Caius Gracchus (English)
  • Caius Gracchus (Greek)
  • Cicero (English)
  • Cicero (Greek)
  • Cimon (English)
  • Cimon (Greek)
  • Cleomenes (English)
  • Cleomenes (Greek)
  • Comparison of Agesilaus and Pompey (English)
  • Comparison of Agesilaus and Pompey (Greek)
  • Comparison of Agis and Cleomenes and the Gracchi (English)
  • Comparison of Agis and Cleomenes and the Gracchi (Greek)
  • Comparison of Alcibiades and Coriolanus (English)
  • Comparison of Alcibiades and Coriolanus (Greek)
  • Comparison of Aristides with Marcus Cato (English)
  • Comparison of Aristides with Marcus Cato (Greek)
  • Comparison of Demosthenes with Cicero (English)
  • Comparison of Demosthenes with Cicero (Greek)
  • Comparison of Demetrius and Antony (English)
  • Comparison of Demetrius and Antony (Greek)
  • Comparison of Dion and Brutus (English)
  • Comparison of Dion and Brutus (Greek)
  • Comparison of Lucullus and Cimon (English)
  • Comparison of Lucullus and Cimon (Greek)
  • Comparison of Lycurgus and Numa (English)
  • Comparison of Lycurgus and Numa (Greek)
  • Comparison of Lysander and Sulla (English)
  • Comparison of Lysander and Sulla (Greek)
  • Comparison of Nicias and Crassus (English)
  • Comparison of Nicias and Crassus (Greek)
  • Comparison of Pelopidas and Marcellus (English)
  • Comparison of Pelopidas and Marcellus (Greek)
  • Comparison of Pericles and Fabius Maximus (English)
  • Comparison of Pericles and Fabius Maximus (Greek)
  • Comparison of Philopoemen and Titus (English)
  • Comparison of Philopoemen and Titus (Greek)
  • Comparison of Sertorius and Eumenes (English)
  • Comparison of Sertorius and Eumenes (Greek)
  • Comparison of Solon and Publicola (English)
  • Comparison of Solon and Publicola (Greek)
  • Comparison of Theseus and Romulus (English)
  • Comparison of Theseus and Romulus (Greek)
  • Comparison of Timoleon and Aemilius (English)
  • Comparison of Timoleon and Aemilius (Greek)
  • Caius Marcius Coriolanus (English)
  • Caius Marcius Coriolanus (Greek)
  • Crassus (English)
  • Crassus (Greek)
  • Demosthenes (English)
  • Demetrius (English)
  • Demetrius (Greek)
  • Demosthenes (Greek)
  • Dion (English)
  • Dion (Greek)
  • Eumenes (English)
  • Eumenes (Greek)
  • Fabius Maximus (English)
  • Fabius Maximus (Greek)
  • Titus Flamininus (English)
  • Titus Flamininus (Greek)
  • Galba (English)
  • Galba (Greek)
  • Lucullus (English)
  • Lucullus (Greek)
  • Lycurgus (English)
  • Lycurgus (Greek)
  • Lysander (English)
  • Lysander (Greek)
  • Marcellus (English)
  • Marcellus (Greek)
  • Caius Marius (English)
  • Caius Marius (Greek)
  • Nicias (English)
  • Nicias (Greek)
  • Lives: Caius Martius Coriolanus, Julius Caesar, Marcus Brutus, Marcus Antonius, Octavius Caesar Augustus, Theseus, Alcibiades (English)
  • Numa (English)
  • Numa (Greek)
  • Otho (English)
  • Otho (Greek)
  • Pelopidas (English)
  • Pelopidas (Greek)
  • Pericles (English)
  • Pericles (Greek)
  • Philopoemen (English)
  • Philopoemen (Greek)
  • Phocion (English)
  • Phocion (Greek)
  • Pompey (English)
  • Pompey (Greek)
  • Publicola (English)
  • Publicola (Greek)
  • Pyrrhus (English)
  • Pyrrhus (Greek)
  • Romulus (English)
  • Romulus (Greek)
  • Sertorius (English)
  • Sertorius (Greek)
  • Solon (English)
  • Solon (Greek)
  • Sulla (English)
  • Sulla (Greek)
  • Tiberius Gracchus (English)
  • Tiberius Gracchus (Greek)
  • Themistocles (English)
  • Themistocles (Greek)
  • Theseus (English)
  • Theseus (Greek)
  • Timoleon (English)
  • Timoleon (Greek)
  • Fall of Troy (Greek)
  • Select Private Orations of Demosthenes (English)
  • Commentary on Homer’s Iliad, Books I-III (English)
  • Commentary on Homer’s Iliad, Books IV-VI (English)
  • Demosthenes: Olynthiacs I, II, III (English)
  • Xenophon: Memorabilia (English)
  • Commentary on Thucydides: Book 3 (English)
  • Commentary on Thucydides Book 6 (English)
  • Commentary on Thucydides Book 7 (English)
  • Ajax (English)
  • Ajax (Greek)
  • Antigone (English)
  • Antigone (Greek)
  • Electra (English)
  • Electra (Greek)
  • Tracking Satyrs (English)
  • Ichneutae (Greek)
  • Oedipus at Colonus (English)
  • Oedipus at Colonus (Greek)
  • Oedipus Tyrannus (English)
  • Oedipus Tyrannus (Greek)
  • Philoctetes (English)
  • Philoctetes (Greek)
  • Trachiniae (English)
  • Trachiniae (Greek)
  • Geography: Books 6–14 (English)
  • Geography (Greek)
  • Geography (English)
  • Syntax of Classical Greek
  • The Peloponnesian War (English)
  • Commentary on Plato: Protagoras (English)
  • The Taking of Ilios (Greek)
  • Commentary on Thucydides: Book 8 (English)
  • Anabasis (English)
  • Anabasis (Greek)
  • Cyropaedia (English)
  • Cyropaedia (Greek)
  • Hellenica (English)
  • Hellenica (Greek)
  • Memorabilia (English)
  • Memorabilia (Greek)
  • Minor Works (English)
  • Minor Works (Greek)
  • Works on Socrates (English)
  • Works on Socrates (Greek)
Good research requires, doesn’t it, source materials. Too much scholarship is based on references to works that are references to works that are references to works. Length of bibliography doesn’t guarantee accuracy, however, as sometimes mistakes are simply canonized by constant repetition. With these tools at hand, authentic research can be done.

Dr. Jim West

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