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Noet Classical Foundations Bundle (124 vols. plus Perseus Classics Collection)

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Extend your library into the humanities with the Noet Classical Foundations Bundle—a massive collection of titles spanning philosophy, classical studies, and literature. Discover the arguments that continue to fuel philosophical reflection today in the works of Plato, Aristotle, Descartes, and Kant. Engage the literature of the Greek and Roman eras in the writings of Homer, Aeschylus, Cicero, and Seneca. Delve into the West’s rich intellectual and creative traditions with the works of Dante, Shakespeare, and Dostoevsky. Research this comprehensive collection of titles in ways permitted only by Logos and Noet software. This collection includes the Noet Presentation Media—a set of timelines and quote slides in philosophy and classical studies—and classical Greek and Latin lexicons and grammars. The Noet Classical Foundations Bundle gives you a strong foundation for studying the classics in the digital age.

The Classical Foundations Bundle comprises seven bundles:

Key Features

  • Grammars and lexicons for extensive language study
  • Contextual tools for deeper research of classical Greek language and culture
  • Visual teaching aids from Noet Presentation Media
  • An abundance of classical texts from the Perseus Classics Collection
  • Complete works of the founders of Western philosophy
  • Volumes covering foundational writings on history, philosophy, literature, and science

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 19th 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.

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 to us. Thus, anyone who wants to get a feel for how Greek developed over time starts with Homer. Since Homer’s Greek is several hundred years earlier than the golden age of Attic Greek, a special grammar is required to describe its features. Monro’s Homeric Grammar has long been the standard reference work in the field. Like 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

Nestle-Aland 27th Edition Greek New Testament (Morphological Edition)

  • Authors: Carlo M. Martini, Matthew Black, Kurt Aland, Paul Miller, Dale M. Wheeler, Bruce M. Metzger, and Allen Wikgren
  • Publisher: Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft
  • Publication Date: 1993

Sometimes referred to as the “critical text” or the “eastern manuscript tradition,” this is the Greek text most widely used today. It is the basis for nearly every modern Bible translation in the past one hundred years. The Greek text is identical to the Nestle-Aland 27th Edition. The GRAMCORD® morphological concordance of the Greek text is one of the most highly regarded works of its kind in the academic world. Designed to meet the needs of Bible scholars and utilizing the language of seminary environment, this work is desired by the practicing clergy as well as the academic. The Logos Bible Software implementation of the GRAMCORD® data base offers the additional usefulness of a non-technical interface, thereby allowing an even broader audience access to the data.

***Due to licensing restrictions, the BHS, UBS, and NA27 do not include critical apparatuses. The apparatuses are included in the German Bible Society Bundle.

Beginner’s Grammar of the Greek New Testament: Revised and Expanded

  • Authors: William Hersey Davis; David G. Shackelford
  • Publisher: Wipf & Stock
  • Publication Date: 2005
  • Pages: 335

Beginner’s Grammar has served as an excellent standard for beginning students in the study of New Testament Greek. The Greek of the New Testament is the Koine of the first century A. D, and it is presented as such in this book.

This resource was designed to lay down a firm foundation for those students who will be progressing onward in their Greek studies. One of the benefits of this text is that it pays special attention to the meaning of the cases, the prepositions and the tenses, areas where most beginner Greek books have been faulty. Revised and expanded, this edition of a classic grammar includes a variety of improvements. These include additional examples, expanded paradigms and glossaries, a new section on English grammar, exercises, and a parsing guide. Dr. Shackelford has shown adroitness in combining the great work Davis has done with the most up-to-date perspective regarding the present status of Greek study. The text ends with a large list of Greek verbs, an English index, a Greek-English Vocabulary and an extensive bibliography.

William Hersey Davis was associate professor of New Testament interpretation in the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. He is the author of A Source Book of Interbiblical History and Greek Papyri of the First Century.

David G. Shackelford is chair of the New Testament and Greek Department at Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary in Cordova, TN. He received a BSE from University of Arkansas; an MDiv from Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary; and a PhD from Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary.

A Short Grammar of the Greek New Testament, for Students Familiar with the Elements of Greek

  • Author: Archibald Thomas Robertson
  • Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
  • Publication Date: 1908
  • Pages: 219

B. B. Warfield once called Robertson’s Greek scholarship “monumental,” and George Truett said he “would exchange a billion dollars” for one of his grammars. Robertson devoted his life to the genius of the Greek language—its history and the individuals who have used it for speaking, writing, exegesis, and interpretation. At the time of publication, Robertson had taught Greek for twenty years and studied Greek for more than thirty. He wrote A Short Grammar of the Greek New Testament at the request of students, pastors, and colleagues. It became a standard textbook in many seminaries and was translated into a dozen languages.

This volume contains an introduction to modern linguistics and Greek pronunciation. Robertson also includes chapters on declensions, the principal parts of numerous verbs, a discussion of Greek syntax, the Greek article, prepositions, the moods, tenses, and voices of verbs, as well as clauses, participles, and Greek idioms.

Archibald Thomas Robertson was born on November 6, 1863 in Chatham, Virginia, during the height of the Civil War. He attended Wake Forest College, and upon graduation in 1885, entered The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, where he devoted himself to Greek studies under John Broadus. He was appointed Greek instructor as a student, and received his ThM in 1888. Robertson became an associate professor in 1890, then served as professor of New Testament interpretation from 1895 to 1934. He devoted his life to preaching, teaching, scholarly activities, and giving public lectures, many of which have been reproduced in book form in this collection. He was a founding member of the Baptist World Alliance, and participated in numerous Bible conferences with Dwight Moody and F. B. Meyer.

Idioms of the Greek New Testament, 2nd ed.

  • Author: Stanley E. Porter
  • Edition: 2nd
  • Publisher: Sheffield Academic
  • Publication Date: 1994
  • Pages: 339

Idioms of the Greek New Testament is a ground-breaking grammar written with Stanley E. Porter’s unmatched understanding of New Testament Greek. The work can be used as an instructive handbook, as an intermediate level textbook, and as a basic reference work. Major topics of Greek grammar are treated in a helpful pedagogical sequence, and substantial discussions are provided on verb structure, the case system, and the use of prepositions, particles, and various types of clauses. This book also includes visual illustrations, references to other Greek grammars, a glossary of terms, and full indexes.

Throughout Idioms, Porter keeps in mind the traditional categories of Greek grammar. However, he bases his analysis upon principles of modern linguistics. This foundation is translated and adapted for students and teachers who may not have had any exposure to its technical language and method. Idioms of the Greek New Testament is a valuable work for students needing a tool to guide them from elementary textbooks to fully fledged reference grammars and for scholars seeking a useful NT Greek reference.

Stanley E. Porter received his BA at Point Loma College, an MA from Claremont Graduate School, another MA from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and a PhD from the University of Sheffield. He has taught for post-secondary institutions in Canada, the USA, and the UK. Porter is the author of several books on Greek grammar, including Katallasso in Ancient Greek Literature, with Reference to the Pauline Writings and Verbal Aspect in the Greek of the New Testament, with Reference to Tense and Mood, which the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society called an “epoch-making work” that “should be studied by all advanced students and instructors of Greek.” Porter has edited and published widely in books and various journals on many topics of importance in New Testament studies.

Collins Latin Dictionary and Grammar

  • Publisher: Harper Collins
  • Publication Date: 1997
  • Pages: 629

Whether you are learning Latin for the first time or wish to “brush up” what you have already learned, this resource is designed to give you easy access to both a dictionary and a grammar reference guide. Collins Latin Dictionary and Grammar offers comprehensive treatment of the vocabulary of texts read in school and the university. The grammar guide presents detailed verb tables covering 120 regular verbs and over 300 irregular verbs.

Allen and Greenough’s New Latin Grammar

  • Authors: J. H. Allen and J. B. Greenough
  • Publisher: Ginn & Co.
  • Publication Date: 1903
  • Pages: 477

Allen and Greenough’s New Latin Grammar is considered one of the best reference grammars of Latin. This Grammar treats parts of speech, morphology, syntax, and prosody.

Gildersleeve’s Latin Grammar

  • Authors: B. L. Gildersleeve and G. Lodge
  • Publisher: Macmillan
  • Publication Date: 1895
  • Pages: 546

This thorough reference grammar by Gildersleeve includes treatments of phonology, morphology, syntax, and prosody, and includes a section on meter and poetry.

New Latin Grammar

  • Author: Charles E. Bennett
  • Publisher: Allyn and Bacon
  • Publication Date: 1918
  • Pages: 364

In Bennett’s New Latin Grammar, the essential facts of Latin are presented. Each chapter treats a separate part of speech, and contains numerous examples and illustrations. This volume also contains a chapter on Latin prosody, as well as a fascinating introduction to the Indo-European family of languages.

Etyma Latina: An Etymological Lexicon of Classical Latin

  • Author: Edward Ross Wharton
  • Publisher: Rivingtons
  • Publication Date: 1890
  • Pages: 152

Edward Ross Wharton found that the writers of the classical period of Latin literature, down to the death of Trajan in AD 117, used 26,326 words (excluding proper names), all of which except 4,320 sufficiently explain their own formation—thus are derivatives or compounds of these 4,320 words. In Etyma Latina: An Etymological Lexicon of Classical Latin, Wharton treats 3,055 of these 4,320 words, being those found in the 16 Latin authors of the first rank: Plautus, Terence, Cicero, Caesar, Catullus, Lucretius, Sallust, Vergil, Horace, Livy, Tibullus, Propertius, Ovid, Persius, Tactitus, and Juvenal. Setting aside some 380 words of obscure origin which cannot as yet be classified, these 3,055 words fall into the following three classes:

  • I. Inherited words: having cognates on other Indo-Celtic languages
  • II. Manufactured words: derivatives or compounds of the words in class I
  • III. Imported words: borrowed from Greek or other languages

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.

Dictionary of Latin Forms

  • Publisher: Logos Bible Software
  • Publication Date: 2012

This Dictionary of Latin Forms was created using William Whitaker’s WORDS Latin-English Dictionary Program. It contains the WORDS output for over 300,000 possible forms taken from important Latin texts. Each article contains the WORDS output for a particular word form, so that you can instantly look up parsings and definitions for just about any Latin word in any Noet resource.

The Dialogues of Plato, vol. 1

  • Author: Plato
  • Translator: Benjamin Jowett
  • Edition: 3rd
  • Publisher: Macmillan and Co. and London
  • Publication Date: 1892
  • Pages: 594

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Volume one contains:
  • Charmides
  • Lysis
  • Laches
  • Protagoras
  • Euthydemus
  • Cratylus
  • Phaedrus
  • Ion
  • Symposium

The Dialogues of Plato, vol. 2

  • Author: Plato
  • Translator: Benjamin Jowett
  • Edition: 3rd
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
  • Publication Date: 1892
  • Pages: 576

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Volume two contains:
  • Meno
  • Euthyphro
  • Apology
  • Crito
  • Phaedo
  • Gorgias
  • Lesser Hippias
  • Alcibiades I
  • Menexenus
  • Alcibiades II
  • Eryxias

The Dialogues of Plato, vol. 3

  • Author: Plato
  • Translator: Benjamin Jowett
  • Edition: 3rd
  • Publisher: Clarendon Press
  • Publication Date: 1892
  • Pages: 543

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Volume three contains:
  • Republic
  • Timaeus
  • Critias

The Dialogues of Plato, vol. 4

  • Author: Plato
  • Translator: Benjamin Jowett
  • Edition: 3rd
  • Publisher: Clarendon Press
  • Publication Date: 1892
  • Pages: 645

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Volume four contains:
  • Parmenides
  • Theaetetus
  • Sophist
  • Statesman
  • Philebus

The Dialogues of Plato, vol. 5

  • Author: Plato
  • Translator: Benjamin Jowett
  • Edition: 3rd
  • Publisher: Macmillan and Co. and London
  • Publication Date: 1892
  • Pages: 541

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Volume five contains Laws.

Works of Aristotle, vol. 1

  • Author: Aristotle
  • Editor: W. D. Ross
  • Translators: E. M. Edghill, A. J. Jenkinson, G. R. G. Mure, and W. A. Pickard-Cambridge
  • Publisher: Clarendon Press
  • Publication Date: 1928
  • Pages: 668

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Volume one contains:
  • Categoriae and De Interpretatione (English: Categories and On Interpretation) translated by E. M. Edghill
  • Analytica Priora (English: Prior Analytics) translated by A. J. Jenkinson
  • Analytica Posteriora (English: Posterior Analytics) translated by G. R. G. Mure
  • Topica and De Sophisticsis Elenchis (English: Topics and On Sophistical Refutations) translated by W. A. Pickard-Cambridge

Works of Aristotle, vol. 2

  • Author: Aristotle
  • Editor: W. D. Ross
  • Translators: R. P. Hardie, R. K. Gaye, J. L. Stocks, and H. H. Joachim
  • Publisher: Clarendon Press
  • Publication Date: 1947
  • Pages: 520

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Volume two contains:
  • Physica (English: Physics) translated by R. P. Hardie and R. K. Gaye
  • De Caelo (English: On the Heavens) translated by J. L. Stocks
  • De Generatione et Corruptione (English: On Generation and Corruption) translated by H. H. Joachim

Works of Aristotle, vol. 3

  • Author: Aristotle
  • Editor: W. D. Ross
  • Translators: E. W. Webster, E. S. Forster, J. A. Smith, J. I. Beare, G. R. T. Ross, and J. F. Dobson
  • Publisher: Clarendon Press
  • Publication Date: 1931
  • Pages: 476

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Volume three contains:
  • Meteorologica (English: Meteorology) translated by E. W. Webster
  • De Mundo (English; On the Universe) translated by E. S. Forster
  • De Anima (English: On the Soul) translated by J. A. Smith
  • Parva Naturalia (English: Little Physical Treatises) translated by J. I. Beare and G. R. T. Ross
  • De Spiritu (English: On Breath) translated by J. F. Dobson

Works of Aristotle, vol. 4

  • Author: Aristotle
  • Editors: J. A. Smith and W. D. Ross
  • Translator: D’Arcy Wentworth Thompson
  • Publisher: Clarendon Press
  • Publication Date: 1949
  • Pages: 508

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Volume four contains Historia Animalium (English: History of Animals) translated by D’Arcy Wentworth Thompson.

Works of Aristotle, vol. 5

  • Author: Aristotle
  • Editors: J. A. Smith and W. D. Ross
  • Translators: William Ogle, A. S. L. Farquharson, and Arthur Platt
  • Publisher: Clarendon Press
  • Publication Date: 1949
  • Pages: 586

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Volume five contains:
  • De Partibus Animalium (English: On the Parts of Animals) translated by William Ogle
  • De Motu and De Incessu Animalium (English: On the Motion of Animals and On the Beginnings of Animals) translated by A. S. L. Farquharson
  • De Generatione Animalium (English: On the Generation of Animals) translated by Arthur Platt

Works of Aristotle, vol. 6

  • Author: Aristotle
  • Editor: W. D. Ross
  • Translators: T. Loveday, E. S. Forster, L. D. Dowdall, and H. H. Joachim
  • Publisher: Clarendon Press
  • Publication Date: 1913
  • Pages: 316

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Volume six contains Opuscula (English: Pamphlets) translated by T. Loveday, E. S. Forster, L. D. Dowdall, and H. H. Joachim.

Works of Aristotle, vol. 7

  • Author: Aristotle
  • Editor: W. D. Ross
  • Translator: E. S. Forster
  • Publisher: Clarendon Press
  • Publication Date: 1927
  • Pages: 402

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Volume seven contains Problemata (English: Problems) translated by E. S. Forster.

Works of Aristotle, vol. 8

  • Author: Aristotle
  • Editors: J. A. Smith and W. D. Ross
  • Translator: W. D. Ross
  • Publisher: Clarendon Press
  • Publication Date: 1908
  • Pages: 341

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Volume eight contains Metaphysica (English: Metaphysics) translated by W. D. Ross.

Works of Aristotle, vol. 9

  • Author: Aristotle
  • Editor: W. D. Ross
  • Translators: W. D. Ross, St. George Stock, and J. Solomon
  • Publisher: Clarendon Press
  • Publication Date: 1925
  • Pages: 546

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Volume 9 contains:
  • Ethica Nicomachea (English: Nicomachean Ethics) translated by W. D. Ross
  • Magna Moralia (English: Great Ethics) translated by St. George Stock
  • Ethica Eudemia (English: Eudemian Ethics) translated by J. Solomon

Works of Aristotle, vol. 10

  • Author: Aristotle
  • Editor: W. D. Ross
  • Translators: Benjamin Jowett, E. S. Forster, and Sir Frederic G. Kenyon
  • Publisher: Clarendon Press
  • Publication Date: 1921
  • Pages: 456

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Volume 10 contains:
  • Politica (English: Politics) translated by Benjamin Jowett
  • Oeconomia (English: Economics) translated by E. S. Forster
  • Atheniensium Respublica (English: Athenian Politics) translated by Sir Frederic G. Kenyon

Works of Aristotle, vol. 11

  • Author: Aristotle
  • Editor: W. D. Ross
  • Translators: W. Rhys Robers, E. S. Forster, and Ingram Bywater
  • Publisher: Clarendon Press
  • Publication Date: 1946
  • Pages: 368

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Volume 11 contains:
  • Rhetorica (English: Rhetoric) translated by W. Rhys Robers
  • De Rhetorica Ad Alexandrum (English: Rhetoric to Alexander) translated by E. S. Forster
  • De Poetica (English: Poetics) translated by Ingram Bywater

Works of Aristotle, vol. 12

  • Author: Aristotle
  • Editor: W. D. Ross
  • Translator: W. D. Ross
  • Publisher: Clarendon Press
  • Publication Date: 1952
  • Pages: 184

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Volume 12 contains selections from additional fragments of Aristotle’s work translated by W. D. Ross.

The Method, Meditations, and Philosophy of Descartes

  • Author: René Descartes
  • Translator: John Vietch
  • Publisher: M. Walter Dunne
  • Publication Date: 1901
  • Pages: 371

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The Method, Meditations, and Philosophy of Descartes contains three of Descartes most important works: Discourse on the Method, Meditations, and selections from Principles of Philosophy. Together, these three books make up the core of Cartesian epistemology. In the Discourse on the Method, Descartes lays out his method for acquiring knowledge by way of an autobiographical sketch of his own intellectual development. In Meditations, Descartes structures his method for arriving at certain knowledge in the form of six meditations that take place over six days. In Principles of Philosophy, Descartes gives a thorough summary of his philosophical system and shows how that philosophy is the basis for his scientific system.

The Principles of Descartes’ Philosophy

  • Author: Baruch Spinoza
  • Translator: Halbert Hains Britan
  • Publisher: The Open Court Publishing Company
  • Publication Date: 1905
  • Pages: 177

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In The Principles of Descartes’ Philosophy, Spinoza claims to offer an interpretation and explanation of Descartes’ work for the sake of his student. He emphatically denies that the thought represented in the work is his own. As such, the work is an important commentary on the thought of Descartes. However, the work is also important for understanding the mind of Spinoza. The way that Spinoza goes about explaining Descartes says as much about Spinoza as it does about Descartes. This book was the only book published under his own name during his lifetime.

The Chief Works of Benedict de Spinoza, vol. 1

  • Author: Baruch Spinoza
  • Translator: R. H. M. Elwes
  • Publisher: George Bell and Sons
  • Publication Date: 1891
  • Pages: 387

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The first volume of The Chief Works of Benedict de Spinoza contains Spinoza’s Theologico-Political Treatise and Political Treatise. In the Theologico-Political Treatise, Spinoza draws heavily on Moses Maimonides and offers a substantial critique on Judaism and organized religion, arguing for the necessary separation of faith and philosophy. He also offers a critique of the Mosaic authorship of the Pentateuch and lays out the methodology for biblical textual criticism. In the second part of the treatise he lays out a political philosophy, drawing heavily on the work of Thomas Hobbes. Spinoza deals with the nature of the state and the social contract as well as the necessary conditions for religious tolerance. While the Theological-Political Treatise was written for theologians, the Political Treatise is written for philosophers. It covers similar ground as the former book, filling it out and generalizing it a bit more.

The Chief Works of Benedict de Spinoza, vol. 2

  • Author: Baruch Spinoza
  • Translator: R. H. M. Elwes
  • Publisher: George Bell and Sons
  • Publication Date: 1891
  • Pages: 420

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The Chief Works of Benedict de Spinoza, vol. 2 includes Spinoza’s magnum opus, Ethics, and select letters. In the first part of Ethics, Spinoza discusses the relationship between God and the universe. He argues that everything in the universe, humans included, is a mode of God. In other words, everything is logically dependent upon God for existence. Everything flows from God in the same way that it flows from the nature of a triangle that the sum of the angles equals 180 degrees. The second part of Ethics discusses the relationship between the human mind and the body. In particular, Spinoza attacks the Cartesian view that the mind and body are two different substances. In the third part of Ethics, Spinoza argues that everything fights to continue being. This fight motivates human emotion. In the fourth part, Spinoza says that the emotions control all actions of human beings. In the fifth and final part of Ethics, Spinoza maintains that we can rid ourselves of negative/damaging emotions by thinking the right thoughts. The volume contains 75 of Spinoza’s letters.

Discourse on Metaphysics, Correspondence with Arnauld, and Monadology

  • Author: Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz
  • Translator: George R. Montgomery
  • Publisher: The Open Court Publishing Company
  • Publication Date: 1902
  • Pages: 272

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Discourse on Metaphysics, Correspondence with Arnauld, and Monadology contains Leibniz’s most important philosophical works. In Discourse on Metaphysics, Leibniz looks at the nature of physical substance, motion, and God’s place in the universe. He argues that God is an absolutely perfect being; that, while God is good, goodness and God are separate things; and that, all things considered, God created the best world possible. The correspondence with Arnauld is a series of letters between Leibniz and the French Roman Catholic theologian Antoine Arnauld, discussing similar topics as Discourse. In Monadology, Leibniz attacks the Cartesian assertion that mind and body are two separate substances that communicate with each other. Leibniz argued that the whole universe is made of many little substances called monads. The monads are programmed to act in certain ways, and the actions of each monad are coordinated with the actions of all the other monads. This gives the impression of communication between substances when actually it is just a pre-established harmony.

An Essay concerning Human Understanding, vol. 1

  • Author: John Locke
  • Editor: Alexander Campbell Fraser
  • Publisher: Clarendon Press
  • Publication Date: 1894
  • Pages: 535

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Volume one contains books I and II of Locke’s essay. In book I, Locke directly attacks the theory of innate knowledge held by Descartes and other continental rationalists. He argued that, at conception, the human mind was a blank slate (tabula rasa). All the ideas and principles in the mind were created by each person’s experience of the world. Descartes and the other continental rationalists held that knowledge could be reached through pure reason, apart from experience, because the human mind had innate principles—ideas and concepts that were there from birth.

In book II, Locke puts forward his theory of ideas. He argues that all ideas come from two different types of experience: sensation and reflection. He distinguishes between simple ideas (red, round) and complex ideas (apple). He also distinguishes between primary and secondary qualities. A primary quality is something which is actually attributable to a thing (solidity) and a secondary quality is a quality which the particular thing produces in the human observer (such as smell). Locke uses his understanding of simple and complex ideas to form an argument for the existence of God.

An Essay concerning Human Understanding, vol. 2

  • Author: John Locke
  • Editor: Alexander Campbell Fraser
  • Publisher: Clarendon Press
  • Publication Date: 1894
  • Pages: 495

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Volume two contains books III and IV of An Essay concerning Human Understanding. In book III, Locke presents his theory of language. He connects words with the ideas they signify. He then critiques the abuse of words by philosophers who make up new words not connected to a clear idea or connect old words to new ideas.

In book IV, Locke lays out his general theory of knowledge. He defines knowledge as the sum of one’s ideas and perceptions. He looks at the limits of knowledge and the divide between purported knowledge and reality—the divide, in other words, between a person’s claim of knowledge (based on their experience) and reality, which might not correspond to that knowledge.

The Reasonableness of Christianity, as Delivered in the Scriptures

  • Author: John Locke
  • Publisher: C. and J. Rivington
  • Publication Date: 1824
  • Pages: 431

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In The Reasonableness of Christianity, as Delivered in the Scriptures, Locke sets out to apply empiricism to the Bible. He argues that everything in Scripture agrees with human reason, that there is nothing unreasonable about Christ’s claims to divinity or the reports of miracles, and that the core beliefs of the Christian faith are clearly visible in Scripture. As such, Scripture provides a good basis for establishing agreement and tolerance between Christians.

A Treatise concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge

  • Author: George Berkeley
  • Editor: Charles P. Krauth
  • Publisher: J. B. Lippincott Company
  • Publication Date: 1881
  • Pages: 424

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In A Treatise concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge, Berkeley repudiates Locke’s theory of human perception. Where Locke argued that ideas come from one’s experience of an external, material world, Berkeley argued that the world itself is composed only of ideas. Berkeley held that ideas can only resemble other ideas: an idea in the human mind can only resemble an idea in the external world, not a material object. Consequently, Berkeley argued, being necessitates perception by a perceiver.

Going further, Berkeley argued that it is impossible to prove the existence of material objects external to the self, since all knowledge comes through one’s senses and therefore gives only knowledge of those senses. He argued that Locke’s assertion that primary qualities exist in abstraction, and are therefore knowable only through secondary qualities, was mistaken. It is only possible to know the qualities that are immediately perceptible to the human mind. If they are not directly perceptible (as Locke’s primary qualities were), then there is no way to know them and, therefore, we cannot say that they exist.

Three Dialogues between Hylas and Philonous

  • Author: George Berkeley
  • Editor: Thomas J. McCormack
  • Publisher: The Open Court Publishing Company
  • Publication Date: 1906
  • Pages: 136

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In Three Dialogues between Hylas and Philonous, Berkeley sets up a Socratic dialogue between his own idealist views, in the person of Philonous (“lover of mind”), and the more Lockean views of Hylas (“matter”). Philonous argues that, while it is common sense to assume that the objects you perceive are real, it is against common sense to assume that those objects exist independent of perception. Through Philonous, Berkeley puts forward his “master argument.” The argument is essentially that it is impossible truly to conceive of an object outside of the mind because in the very act of trying to conceive of that object it is in the mind.

Berkeley also puts forward his theory that God is the perceptive mind that is always present and, therefore, is the mind that gives sensible qualities to objects. God groups various perceptions together. For example, humans experience the perception “touching water” and “feeling wet” at the same time. These patterns of perception are the subject of scientific study and described as laws of nature. However, they are not qualities which are inherent to an abstract material object. They are only assigned to objects by the mind of God.

A Treatise of Human Nature

  • Author: David Hume
  • Editor: L. A. Selby-Bigge
  • Publisher: Clarendon Press
  • Publication Date: 1888
  • Pages: 709

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A Treatise of Human Nature comprises three sections: “Of the Understanding,” “Of the Passions,” and “Of Morals.”

In “Of the Understanding,” Hume argues that complex ideas are formed from simple ideas, which are formed from impressions based on direct experience. Hume divides impressions into two categories: original and secondary. Original refers to internal impressions that reach us through our senses from physical sources, and secondary impressions are based on the original impressions. Hume argues that experience must be the basis for “matters of fact”; they cannot be approached by reasoning. If we have no direct experience of a concept (such as the size of the universe), that concept is not meaningful. For this reason, Hume argued that since we have no direct experience of God or the soul we cannot have any meaningful knowledge of them.

In “Of the Passions,” Hume returns to his distinction between original and secondary impressions, arguing that the passions are in the latter. Hume distinguishes between direct and indirect passions, and within those categories, separates the cause and object of various passions. Hume argues that passions are related not to reason but to action. Human action is motivated not by reason but by passions. As such, morality cannot be based on reason.

In “Of Morals,” Hume builds on the previous two books, arguing that the two categories of morals—vice and virtue—are based on impressions rather than ideas: vice on the impression of pain, and virtue on the impression of pleasure. He argues that moral impressions come only from human actions and are valid only insofar as they apply socially. Consequently, sympathy, argues Hume, is the basis for moral obligation. Morality, says Hume, is not a direct matter of fact, based on direct experience of the physical world. Though reason can help understand morality it cannot be the basis for it.

An Enquiry concerning Human Understanding

  • Author: David Hume
  • Publisher: The Open Court Publishing Company
  • Publication Date: 1924
  • Pages: 267

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In An Enquiry concerning Human Understanding, Hume presents the main arguments in A Treatise of Human Nature in a shorter, more polemical form. He makes the same distinction between ideas and impressions. He argues that ideas are made up of impressions through resemblance, contiguity, and cause and effect. Hume builds the same case that meaningful terms must be built on ideas that are built on impressions. In the light of the epistemology he puts forward, Hume examines questions of free will, the reason of animals, and miracles.

I freely admit that the remembrance of David Hume was the very thing that many years ago first interrupted my dogmatic slumber and gave a completely different direction to my researches in the field of speculative philosophy.

—Immanuel Kant

An Enquiry concerning the Principles of Morals

  • Author: David Hume
  • Publisher: The Open Court Publishing Company
  • Publication Date: 1912
  • Pages: 169

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In An Enquiry concerning the Principles of Morals, David Hume builds on the concept of morals he put forward in A Treatise of Human Nature. He examines the contributions of moral sense and reason to the moral judgment of humans. He divides moral sense into categories of vice and virtue. He then divides virtue into categories of artificial and natural virtues. Artificial virtues come from and are enforced by society. Natural virtues are universal, as they come out of nature. Hume further divides natural virtues into voluntary and involuntary virtues. He reaffirms his earlier assertion that passions (moral sense), not reason, cause human action. He goes a bit further here in adding utility into the equation. He argues that passions combine with utility (or usefulness) to motivate moral action. Hume argues that benevolence plays an important role in virtue because benevolent acts offer the most utility for the greatest number of people.

Dialogues concerning Natural Religion

  • Author: David Hume
  • Editor: Bruce M’Ewen
  • Publisher: William Blackwood and Sons
  • Publication Date: 1907
  • Pages: 191

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In Dialogues concerning Natural Religion, Hume creates a dialogue between Demea, Philo, and Cleanthes to discuss the existence and nature of God. As all three characters acknowledge the nature of God, their discussion focuses on the ability of human reason to know about God using the evidence available in nature. Demea is the Orthodox Christian, arguing that it is impossible to know God’s nature at all, especially through nature. Philo, the skeptic, largely agrees with Demea. Cleanthes, the Humean character, argues the empirical theist position. He uses various arguments, including an argument from design, to claim that it is possible to know about God’s nature by applying reason to the evidence of the natural world.

Prolegomena to Any Future Metaphysics

  • Author: Immanuel Kant
  • Translator: Paul Carus
  • Publisher: The Open Court Publishing Company
  • Publication Date: 1912
  • Pages: 301

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Published after Critique of Pure Reason, Prolegomena to Any Future Metaphysics restates and summarizes many of the main arguments. Kant also applies what he calls an “analytic” method, with a view to making his ideas clearer. The book also argues for the importance of Critique of Pure Reason and rebuts a negative review.

Fundamental Principles of the Metaphysic of Ethics

  • Author: Immanuel Kant
  • Translator: Thomas Kingsmill Abbott
  • Publisher: Longmans, Green, and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1895
  • Pages: 102

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Fundamental Principles of the Metaphysic of Ethics is an extraction of various central concepts of Kant’s theory of ethics. Mainly taken from the Critique of Practical Reason, the book argues for the a priori existence of moral structure in the human mind. In this book, Kant lays the groundwork for his later ethical philosophy.

The Critique of Pure Reason

  • Author: Immanuel Kant
  • Translator: F. Max Müller
  • Publisher: Macmillan and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1881
  • Pages: 808

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The Critique of Pure Reason is the first of Immanuel Kant’s three critiques. In it, Kant seeks to establish what human reason is capable of knowing without the senses. Kant argues that while reason is capable of arriving at some truths, it is not capable of comprehensive knowledge. Rather, says Kant, our understanding of reality comes by our mind shaping our sense experience. Our sense of time makes us see the world as temporal. Kant argues that it is impossible to have certain knowledge of a thing “in itself.” We can have accurate knowledge, but it is shaped by our perceiving minds.

One of the most influential works in the history of philosophy.

The Oxford Companion to Philosophy

The Critique of Practical Reason

  • Author: Immanuel Kant
  • Translator: Thomas Kingsmill Abbott
  • Publisher: Longmans, Green, and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1898
  • Pages: 368

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The second of the three critiques, The Critique of Practical Reason, takes up the subject of moral philosophy. Kant argues that the fundamental rule of morality is that it holds universally. He criticizes previous ethicists for saying that the moral person is working toward the greatest good rather than that the greatest good is the thing the moral person is aiming for. Morality determines the greatest good, not the other way around. Kant concludes the work with a plan for moral education.

The Critique of Judgment

  • Author: Immanuel Kant
  • Translator: J. H. Bernard
  • Publisher: Macmillan
  • Publication Date: 1892
  • Pages: 429

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The Critique of Judgment, Kant’s third critique, takes up the subject of aesthetics. Kant divided the book into two parts: critique of aesthetic judgment and critique of teleological judgment. In the first part, Kant examines four “reflective judgments” about aesthetics: the agreeable, the beautiful, the sublime, and the good. The second part discusses the method of judging things according to their purpose or telos.

Religion within the Boundary of Pure Reason

  • Author: Immanuel Kant
  • Translator: J. W. Semple
  • Publisher: Thomas Clark
  • Publication Date: 1838
  • Pages: 275

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Religion within the Boundary of Pure Reason is divided into four “Pieces” that Kant originally intended to publish as a series of journal articles. The book discusses the place of rational religion, which forms the underlying skeleton of religion. The various historical religions are then discussed with attention to their ability to communicate the precepts of rational religion to the people.

The Harvard Classics, vol. 1: The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, The Journal of John Woolman, and the Fruits of Solitude by William Penn

  • Authors: Benjamin Franklin, John Woolman, and William Penn
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 419

Contents Include:

  • The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
  • The Journal of John Woolman
  • Fruits of Solitude, by William Penn

The Harvard Classics, vol. 2: Plato, Epictetus, Marcus Aurelius

  • Authors: Plato, Epictetus, and Marcus Aurelius
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 355

Contents Include:

  • The Apology, Phædo and Crito, by Plato
  • The Golden Sayings, by Epictetus
  • The Meditations, by Marcus Aurelius

The Harvard Classics, vol. 3: Essays by Bacon, Milton, and Browne

  • Authors: Francis Bacon, John Milton, Thomas Browne
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 350

Contents Include:

  • Essays: Civil and Moral, The New Atlantis, by Francis Bacon
  • Areopagitica, Tractate of Education, by John Milton
  • Religio Medici, by Sir Thomas Browne

The Harvard Classics, vol. 4: The Complete Poems of John Milton

  • Authors: John Milton
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 466

Contents Include:

  • The Complete Poems of John Milton

The Harvard Classics, vol. 5: Essays and English Traits by R. W. Emerson

  • Authors: Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 496

Contents Include:

  • Essays and English Traits, by Ralph Waldo Emerson

The Harvard Classics, vol. 6: The Poems and Songs of Robert Burns

  • Authors:Robert Burns
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 612

Contents Include:

  • The Poems and Songs of Robert Burns

The Harvard Classics, vol. 7: Confessions of St. Augustine & The Imitation of Christ

  • Authors: St. Augustine and Thomas á Kempis
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 384

Contents Include:

  • The Confessions of St. Augustine
  • The Imitation of Christ, by Thomas á Kempis

The Harvard Classics, vol. 8: Nine Greek Dramas

  • Authors: Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides, and Aristophanes
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 469

Contents Include:

  • Agamemnon, The Libation Bearers, The Furies, Prometheus Bound, by Aeschylus
  • Oedipus the King, Antigone, by Sophocles
  • Hippolytus, The Bacchæ, by Euripides
  • The Frogs, by Aristophanes

The Harvard Classics, vol. 9: Letters and Treatises of Cicero and Pliny

  • Authors: Cicero and Pliny the Younger
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 441

Contents Include:

  • On Friendship, On Old Age, Letters, by Cicero
  • Letters, by Pliny the Younger

The Harvard Classics, vol. 10: An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations

  • Authors: Adam Smith
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 539

Contents Include:

  • An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, by Adam Smith

The Harvard Classics, vol. 11: Origin of the Species by Charles Darwin

  • Authors: Charles Darwin
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 556

Contents Include:

  • The Origin of Species, by Charles Darwin

The Harvard Classics, vol. 12: Plutarch’s Lives

  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 406

Contents Include:

  • Of Themistocles, Pericles, Aristides, Alcibiades, Coriolanus, Demosthenes, Cicero, Caesar, Antony

The Harvard Classics, vol. 13: Virgil’s Aeneid, Translated by John Dryden

  • Authors: Virgil
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 435

Contents Include:

  • Virgil’s Aeneid

The Harvard Classics, vol. 14: Don Quixote, part 1 by Miguel Cervantes

  • Authors: Miguel de Cervantes
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 548

Contents Include:

  • The First Part of the Delightful History of the Most Ingenious Knight, Don Quixote of the Mancha, by Miguel de Cervantes (Charles W. Eliot chose not to include the second part of Don Quixote in the Harvard Fiction collection)

The Harvard Classics, vol. 15: Pilgrim’s Progress, Walton’s Biographies of Donne and Herbert

  • Authors: John Bunyan and Izaak Walton
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 427

Contents Include:

  • The Pilgrim’s Progress, by John Bunyan
  • The Lives of John Donne and George Herbert, by Izaak Walton

The Harvard Classics, vol. 16: Stories from The Thousand and One Nights

  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 463

Contents Include:

  • Stories from the Thousand and One Nights

The Harvard Classics, vol. 17: Folklore and Fable

  • Authors: Aesop, Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, and Hans Christian Anderson
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 386

Contents Include:

  • Aesop’s Fables
  • Household Tales, by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm
  • Tales, by Hans Christian Andersen

The Harvard Classics, vol. 18: Modern English Drama

  • Authors: John Dryden, Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Oliver Goldsmith, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Robert Browning, and Lord Byron
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 444

Contents Include:

  • All for Love, by John Dryden
  • The School for Scandal, by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
  • She Stoops to Conquer, by Oliver Goldsmith
  • The Cenci, by Percy Bysshe Shelley
  • A Blot in the ’scutcheon, by Robert Browning
  • Manfred, by Lord Byron

The Harvard Classics, vol. 19: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe & Christopher Marlowe

  • Authors: J. W. von Goethe and Christopher Marlowe
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 434

Contents Include:

  • Faust, Part I, Egmont, Hermann and Dorothea, by J. W. von Goethe
  • Dr. Faustus, by Christopher Marlowe

The Harvard Classics, vol. 20: The Divine Comedy by Dante

  • Authors: Dante Alighieri
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 432

Contents Include:

  • The Divine Comedy, by Dante Alighieri

The Harvard Classics, vol. 21: I Promessi Sposi by Alessandro Manzoni

  • Authors: Alessandro Manzoni
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 671

Contents Include:

  • I Promessi Sposi, by Alessandro Manzoni

The Harvard Classics, vol. 22: The Odyssey of Homer

  • Authors: Homer
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 350

Contents Include:

  • The Odyssey of Homer

The Harvard Classics, vol. 23: Two Years Before the Mast

  • Authors: Richard Henry Dana, Jr.
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 427

Contents Include:

  • Two Years Before the Mast, by Richard Henry Dana, Jr.

The Harvard Classics, vol. 24: Edmund Burke

  • Authors: Edmund Burke
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 446

Contents Include:

  • On Taste, On the Sublime and Beautiful, Reflections on the French Revolution, A Letter to a Noble Lord, by Edmund Burke

The Harvard Classics, vol. 25: John Stuart Mill and Thomas Carlyle

  • Authors: John Stuart Mill and Thomas Carlyle
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 471

Contents Include:

  • Autobiography, Essay on Liberty, by John Stuart Mill
  • Characteristics, Inaugural Address at Edinburgh, Essay on Scott, by Thomas Carlyle

The Harvard Classics, vol. 26: Continental Drama

  • Authors: Pedro Calderón de la Barca, Pierre Corneille, Jean Racine, Molière, Gotthold Ephraim Lessing, and Friedrich von Schiller
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 474

Contents Include:

  • Life Is a Dream, by Pedro Calderón de la Barca
  • Polyeucte, by Pierre Corneille
  • Phèdre, by Jean Racine
  • Tartuffe, by Molière
  • Minna von Barnhelm, by Gotthold Ephraim Lessing
  • Wilhelm Tell, by Friedrich von Schiller

The Harvard Classics, vol. 27: English Essays: Sidney to MacAulay

  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 424

Contents Include:

  • English Essays: Sidney to MacAulay

The Harvard Classics, vol. 28: Essays English and American

  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 488

Contents Include:

  • Essays: English and American

The Harvard Classics, vol. 29: Voyage of the Beagle by Charles Darwin

  • Authors: Charles Darwin
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 550

Contents Include:

  • The Voyage of the Beagle, by Charles Darwin

The Harvard Classics, vol. 30: Scientific Papers by Faraday, Helmholtz, Kelvin, Newcomb, etc.

  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 370

Contents Include:

  • Scientific Papers: Physics, Chemistry, Astronomy, Geology

The Harvard Classics, vol. 31: The Autobiography of Benvenuto Cellini

  • Authors: Benvenuto Cellini
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 457

Contents Include:

  • The Autobiography of Benvenuto Cellini

The Harvard Classics, vol. 32: Literary and Philosophical Essays

  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 422

Contents Include:

  • Montaigne, Sainte-beuve, Renan, etc.

The Harvard Classics, vol. 33: Voyages and Travels

  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 397

Contents Include:

  • Voyages and Travels: Ancient and Modern

The Harvard Classics, vol. 34: French and English Philosophers (Descartes, Rousseau, Voltaire, Hobbes)

  • Authors: René Descartes, Voltaire, Jean Jacques Rousseau, and Thomas Hobbes
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 437

Contents Include:

  • Discourse on Method, by René Descartes
  • Letters on the English, by Voltaire
  • On the Inequality among Mankind, Profession of Faith of a Savoyard Vicar, by Jean Jacques Rousseau
  • Of Man, Being the First Part of Leviathan, by Thomas Hobbes

The Harvard Classics, vol. 35: Chronicle and Romance

  • Authors: Jean Froissart, Sir Thomas Malory, and William Harrison
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 407

Contents Include:

  • Chronicles, by Jean Froissart
  • The Holy Grail, by Sir Thomas Malory
  • A Description of Elizabethan England, by William Harrison

The Harvard Classics, vol. 36: Machiavelli, More, Luther

  • Authors: Niccolò Machiavelli, William Roper, Sir Thomas More, and Martin Luther
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 400

Contents Include:

  • The Prince, by Niccolò Machiavelli
  • The Life of Sir Thomas More, by William Roper
  • Utopia, by Sir Thomas More
  • The Ninety-Five Theses, Address to the Christian Nobility & Concerning Christian Liberty, by Martin Luther

The Harvard Classics, vol. 37: The English Philosophers of the 17th and 18th Centuries

  • Authors: John Locke, George Berkeley, David Hume
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 448

Contents Include:

  • Some Thoughts Concerning Education, by John Locke
  • Three Dialogues Between Hylas and Philonous in Opposition to Sceptics and Atheists, by George Berkeley
  • An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding, by David Hume

The Harvard Classics, vol. 38: Scientific Papers by Harvey, Jenner, Lister, Pasteur

  • Authors: Ambroise Paré, William Harvey, Edward Jenner, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Joseph Lister, Louis Pasteur, and Charles Lyell
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 443

Contents Include:

  • The Oath of Hippocrates
  • Journeys in Diverse Places, by Ambroise Paré
  • On the Motion of the Heart and Blood in Animals, by William Harvey
  • The Three Original Publications on Vaccination Against Smallpox, by Edward Jenner
  • The Contagiousness of Puerperal Fever, by Oliver Wendell Holmes
  • On the Antiseptic Principle of the Practice of Surgery, by Joseph Lister
  • Scientific Papers, by Louis Pasteur
  • Scientific Papers, by Charles Lyell

The Harvard Classics, vol. 39: Prefaces and Prologues to Famous Books

  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 465

Contents Include:

  • Prefaces and Prologues to Famous Books

The Harvard Classics, vol. 40–42: Complete English Poetry: Chaucer to Whitman (3 vols.)

  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 476
 

The Harvard Classics, vol. 43: American Historical Documents

  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 494

Contents Include:

  • American Historical Documents: 1000-1904

The Harvard Classics, vol. 44 & 45: Complete Sacred Writings (2 vols.)

  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 1,019

Contents Include:

  • Confucian: The Sayings of Confucius
  • Hebrew: Job, Psalms & Ecclesiastes
  • Christian I: Luke & Acts
  • Christian II: Corinthians I & II & Hymns
  • Buddhist: Writings
  • Hindu: The Bhagavad-Gita
  • Mohammedan: Chapters from the Koran

The Harvard Classics, vol. 46 & 47: Complete Elizabethan Drama (2 vols.)

  • Authors: Christopher Marlowe and William Shakespeare
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 898

Contents Include:

  • Edward the Second, by Christopher Marlowe
  • Hamlet, King Lear, Macbeth & The Tempest, by William Shakespeare
  • The Shoemaker’s Holiday, by Thomas Dekker
  • The Alchemist, by Ben Jonson
  • Philaster, by Beaumont and Fletcher
  • The Duchess of Malfi, by John Webster
  • A New Way to Pay Old Debts, by Philip Massinger

The Harvard Classics, vol. 48: Blaise Pascal: Thoughts, Letters, and Minor Works

  • Authors: Blaise Pascal
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 454

Contents Include:

  • Thoughts, Letters, Minor Works, by Blaise Pascal

The Harvard Classics, vol. 49: Epic and Saga

  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 467

Contents Include:

  • Beowulf
  • The Song of Roland
  • The Destruction of Dá Derga’s Hostel
  • The Story of the Volsungs and Niblungs

The Harvard Classics, vol. 50: Introduction, Reader’s Guide and Indexes

  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 478

The Harvard Classics, vol. 51: Lectures

  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: The Harvard Classics
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 493

Shelf of Fiction, vol. 1: The History of Tom Jones, vol. 1

  • Author: Henry Fielding
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: Shelf of Fiction
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 525

Contents Include:

  • The History of Tom Jones, by Henry Fielding

Shelf of Fiction, vol. 2: The History of Tom Jones, vol. 2

  • Author: Henry Fielding
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: Shelf of Fiction
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 526

Contents Include:

  • The History of Tom Jones, by Henry Fielding

Shelf of Fiction, vol. 3: Laurence Sterne and Jane Austen

  • Authors: Laurence Sterne and Jane Austen
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: Shelf of Fiction
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 522

Contents Include:

  • A Sentimental Journey, by Laurence Sterne
  • Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen

Shelf of Fiction, vol. 4: Guy Mannering

  • Author: Sir Walter Scott
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: Shelf of Fiction
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 516

Contents Include:

  • Guy Mannering, by Sir Walter Scott

Shelf of Fiction, vol. 5: Vanity Fair, vol. 1

  • Author: William Makepeace Thackeray
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: Shelf of Fiction
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 428

Contents Include:

  • Vanity Fair, by William Makepeace Thackeray

Shelf of Fiction, vol. 6: Vanity Fair, vol. 2

  • Author: William Makepeace Thackeray
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: Shelf of Fiction
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 427

Contents Include:

  • Vanity Fair, by William Makepeace Thackeray

Shelf of Fiction, vol. 7: David Copperfield, vol. 1

  • Author: Charles Dickens
  • Series: Shelf of Fiction
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 500

Contents Include:

  • David Copperfield, by Charles Dickens

Shelf of Fiction, vol. 8: David Copperfield, vol. 2

  • Author: Charles Dickens
  • Series: Shelf of Fiction
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 500

Contents Include:

  • David Copperfield, by Charles Dickens

Shelf of Fiction, vol. 9: The Mill on the Floss

  • Author: George Eliot
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: Shelf of Fiction
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 388

Contents Include:

  • The Mill on the Floss, by George Eliot

Shelf of Fiction, vol. 10: American Fiction

  • Authors: Nathaniel Hawthorne, Washington Irving, Edgar Allan Poe, Francis Bret Harte, Samuel L. Clemens, and Edward Everett Hale
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: Shelf of Fiction
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 492

Contents Include:

  • The Scarlet Letter, Rappaccini's Daughter, by Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • “Rip Van Winkle” and “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” by Washington Irving
  • Three Short Stories, by Edgar Allan Poe
  • Three Short Stories, by Francis Bret Harte
  • “Jim Smiley and His Jumping Frog,” by Samuel L. Clemens
  • “The Man Without a Country,” by Edward Everett Hale

Shelf of Fiction, vol. 11: The Portrait of a Lady

  • Author: Henry James
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: Shelf of Fiction
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 649

Contents Include:

  • The Portrait of a Lady, by Henry James

Shelf of Fiction, vol. 12: Notre Dame de Paris

  • Author: Victor Hugo
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: Shelf of Fiction
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 550

Contents Include:

  • Notre Dame de Paris, by Victor Hugo

Shelf of Fiction, vol. 13: French Fiction

  • Authors: Honoré de Balzac, George Sand, Alfred de Musset, Alphonse Daudet, and Guy de Maupassant
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: Shelf of Fiction
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 520

Contents Include:

  • Old Goriot, by Honoré de Balzac
  • The Devil's Pool, by George Sand
  • “The Story of a White Blackbird,” by Alfred de Musset
  • Five Short Stories, by Alphonse Daudet
  • Two Short Stories, by Guy de Maupassant

Shelf of Fiction, vol. 14: Wilhelm Meister’s Apprenticeship

  • Author: J. W. von Goethe
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: Shelf of Fiction
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 620

Contents Include:

  • Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship, by J. W. von Goethe

Shelf of Fiction, vol. 15: German Fiction

  • Authors: J. W. von Goethe, Gottfried Keller, Theodor Storm, and Theodor Fontane
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: Shelf of Fiction
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 474

Contents Include:

  • The Sorrows of Werther, by J. W. von Goethe
  • “The Banner of the Upright Seven,” by Gottfried Keller
  • The Rider on the White Horse, by Theodor Storm
  • Trials and Tribulations, by Theodor Fontane

Shelf of Fiction, vol. 16: Anna Karenin, vol. 1

  • Author: Leo Tolstoy
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: Shelf of Fiction
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 1,139

Contents Include:

  • Anna Karenin, by Leo Tolstoy
  • “Ivan the Fool,” by Leo Tolstoy

Shelf of Fiction, vol. 17: Anna Karenin, vol. 2

  • Author: Leo Tolstoy
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: Shelf of Fiction
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 1,139

Contents Include:

  • Anna Karenin, by Leo Tolstoy
  • “Ivan the Fool,” by Leo Tolstoy

Shelf of Fiction, vol. 18: Crime and Punishment

  • Author: Fyodor Dostoevsky
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: Shelf of Fiction
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 580

Contents Include:

  • Crime and Punishment, by Fyodor Dostoevsky

Shelf of Fiction, vol. 19: A House of Gentlefolk, Fathers and Children, by Ivan Turgenev

  • Author: Ivan Turgenev
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: Shelf of Fiction
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 429

Contents Include:

  • A House of Gentlefolk, Fathers and Children, by Ivan Turgenev

Shelf of Fiction, vol. 20: Pepita Jimenez, A Happy Boy, and Skipper Worse

  • Authors: Juan Valera, Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson, and Alexander L. Kielland
  • Editor: Charles Eliot
  • Series: Shelf of Fiction
  • Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son
  • Pages: 429

Contents Include:

  • Pepita Jimenez, by Juan Valera
  • A Happy Boy, by Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
  • Skipper Worse, by Alexander L. Kielland

The New Revised Standard Version Bible

  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson
  • Publication Date: 1989

The original Revised Standard Version served as a standard for nearly 40 years. The New Revised Standard Version with Apocrypha maintains the traditions of the older version with fresh new vocabulary and modern English construction.

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.

Noet Philosophy Presentation Media

  • Publication Date: 2013

Noet Philosophy 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 philosophy presentation.

Perseus Classics Collection

  • Volumes: 1,114

The Perseus Classics Collection contains works from classical Greek and Roman authors. This massive collection includes important Greek and Latin classics in their original languages; some works have an English translation. Greek and Latin grammars and commentaries are also included.

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

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

Contents:

Frank Frost Abbott

  • Commentary on Selected Letters of Cicero 1909

J. Adam, A. M. Adam

  • Commentary on Plato, Protagoras 1893

James Adam

  • The Republic of Plato 1902

Aeschines

  • Speeches (Greek and English) 1919
    1. Against Timarchus
    2. On the Embassy
    3. Against Ctesiphon

Aeschylus

  • Agamemnon (Greek and English) 1889, 1926
  • Eumenides (Greek and English) 1926
  • Letters (Greek and English) 1919
  • Libation Bearers (Greek and English) 1926
  • Prometheus Bound (Greek and English) 1926
  • Persians (Greek and English) 1926
  • Seven Against Thebes (Greek and English) 1926
  • Suppliant Women (Greek and English) 1926

Thomas W. Allen

  • Commentary on the Homeric Hymns 1904

Andocides

  • Speeches (Greek and English) 1968
    1. On the Mysteries
    2. On his Return
    3. On the Peace
    4. Against Alcibiades

Apollodorus

  • Library and Epitome (Greek and English) 1921

Appian

  • The Civil Wars (Greek and English) 1879, 1899
  • The Foreign Wars (Greek and English) 1879, 1899
    1. Kings
    2. Italy
    3. Samnite History
    4. Gallic History
    5. Sicily and the Other Islands
    6. Wars in Spain
    7. Hannibalic War
    8. Punic Wars
    9. Numidian Affairs
    10. Macedonian Affairs
    11. Illyrian Wars
    12. Syrian Wars
    13. Mithridatic Wars

Apuleius

  • Apologia 1912
  • Florida 1921
  • Metamorphoses 1915

Aretaeus

  • The Extant Works of Aretaeus, The Cappadocian (Greek and English)
    1. De causis et signis acutorum morborum (lib. 1)
    2. De causis et signis acutorum morborum (lib. 2)
    3. De curatione acutorum morborum libri duo
    4. De curatione diuturnorum morborum libri duo

Aristides, Aelius

  • Ars Rhetorica 1854
  • Orationes 1-55, 1829

Aristophanes

  • Acharnians (Greek and English) 1907
  • Birds (Greek and English) 1907
  • Clouds (Greek and English) 1907
  • Ecclesiazusae (Greek and English) 1907
  • Frogs (Greek and English) 1907
  • Knights (Greek and English) 1907
  • Lysistrata (Greek and English) 1907
  • Peace (Greek and English) 1907
  • Plutus (Greek and English) 1907
  • Thesmophoriazusae (Greek and English) 1907
  • Wasps (Greek and English) 1907

Aristotle

  • Athenian Constitution (Greek) 1920
  • Economics (Greek and English) 1935
  • Eudemian Ethics (Greek and English) 1884, 1981
  • Metaphysics (Greek and English ) 1924, 1933, 1989
  • Nicomachean Ethics (Greek) 1894
  • Poetics (English) 1932
  • Politics (Greek and English) 1944, 1957
  • Rhetoric (Greek and English) 1926, 1959
  • Virtues and Vices (Greek) 1831

Arrian

  • Acies Contra Alanos 1885
  • Anabasis 1907
  • Cynegeticus 1885
  • Indica 1885
  • Periplus Ponti Euxini 1885
  • Tactica 1885

Athenaeus

  • The Deipnosophists, Books 1-15, 1927-1941

Saint Augustine

  • Epistulae. Selections 1930

Bacchylides

  • Odes (Greek) 1905
    1. Epinicians
    2. Dithyrambs

The Venerable Bede

  • Historiam ecclesiasticam gentis Anglorum 1896

Allen Rogers Benner

  • Selections from Homer's Iliad 1903

R. G. Bury

  • The Symposium of Plato 1909

C. Julius Caesar

  • Commentaries on the Civil War 1856
  • De Bello Civili 1901
  • De bello Gallico 1869
  • Gallic War 1914

Callimachus

  • Epigrams, Fragmenta 1921
  • Hymns. A.W. Mair 1921
    1. Hymn to Zeus
    2. Hymn to Apollo
    3. Hymn to Artemis
    4. Hymn to Delos
    5. Hymn to Athena
    6. Hymn to Demeter
  • Hymns and Epigrams 1897
    1. Hymns and Epigrams
    2. Hymn to Zeus
    3. Hymn to Apollo
    4. Hymn to Artemis
    5. Hymn to Delos
    6. Hymn to Athena
    7. Hymn to Demeter
    8. Epigrams

R. J. Cholmeley, M.A.

  • The Idylls of Theocritus 1901

M. Tullius Cicero

  • Academica. O. Plasberg 1922
  • Brutus. A. S. Wilkins 1911
  • Cato the Elder: on old age. William Armistead Falconer 1923
  • De Amicitia. William Armistead Falconer 1923
  • De Amicitia: introduction. William Armistead Falconer 1923
  • De Divinatione. C. F. W. Müller 1915
  • De Divinatione. William Armistead Falconer 1923
  • De Divinatione: introduction. William Armistead Falconer 1923
  • De Fato. C. F. W. Müller 1915
  • de Finibus Bonorum et Malorum. Th. Schiche 1915
  • de Natura Deorum. O. Plasberg 1917
  • De Officiis. Walter Miller (Latin and English) 1913
  • De Officiis: apparatus criticus. Walter Miller 1913
  • De Officiis: index. Walter Miller 1913
  • De Officiis: introduction and bibliography. Walter Miller 1913
  • De Optimo Genere Oratorum. A. S. Wilkins 1911
  • De Oratore. A. S. Wilkins 1911
  • De Partitione Oratoria. A. S. Wilkins 1911
  • De Republica. C. F. W. Mueller 1889
  • De Senectute. William Armistead Falconer 1923
  • De Senectute: introduction. William Armistead Falconer 1923
  • Divination. William Armistead Falconer 1923
  • Epistulae ad Familiares. L. C. Purser 1999
  • Laelius on friendship. William Armistead Falconer 1923
  • Letters. Evelyn Shuckburgh 1908-1909
  • Letters to and from Brutus. L. C. Purser 1999
  • Letters to and from Quintus. L. C. Purser 1999
  • Letters to Atticus. L. C. Purser 1999
  • Lucullus. O. Plasberg 1922
  • Orationes, Cum Senatui gratias egit, Cum populo gratias egit, De domo sua, De haruspicum responso, Pro Sestio, In Vatinium, De provinciis consularibus, Pro Balbo. Albert Clark 1909
    1. In the Senate after his Return
    2. To the Citizens after his Return
    3. On his House
    4. On the Responses of the Haruspices
    5. For Sestius
    6. Against Vatinius
    7. On the Consular Provinces
    8. For Cornelius Balbus
  • Orationes, Divinatio in Q. Caecilium, In C. Verrem. Albert Clark, William Peterson 1917
    1. Divinatio against Q. Caecilius
    2. Against Verres
  • Orationes, Pro Milone, Pro Marcello, Pro Ligario, Pro rege Deiotaro, Philippicae I-XIV. Albert Clark 1918
    1. For Milo
    2. For Marcellus
    3. For Ligarius
    4. For King Deiotarius
    5. Philippics
  • Orationes, Pro P. Quinctio, Pro Q. Roscio comoedo, Pro A. Caecina, De lege agraria contra Rullum, Pro C. Rabiro perduellionis reo, Pro L. Flacco, In L. Pisonem, Pro C. Rabiro Postumo. Albert Clark 1909
    1. For Publius Quinctius
    2. For Quintus Roscius the Actor
    3. For Aulus Caecina
    4. On the Agrarian Law
    5. For Rabirius on a Charge of Treason
    6. For Flaccus
    7. Against Piso
    8. For Rabirius Postumus
  • Orationes, Pro Sex. Roscio, De imperio Cn. Pompei, Pro Cluentio, In Catilinam, Pro Murena, Pro Caelio. Albert Clark, Albert Curtis Clark 1908
    1. For Sextus Roscius of Ameria
    2. On Pompey's Command
    3. For Aulus Cluentius
    4. Against Catiline
    5. For Lucius Murena
    6. For Marcus Caelius
  • Orationes, Pro Tullio, Pro Fonteio, Pro Sulla, Pro Archia, Pro Plancio, Pro Scauro. Albert Clark 1909
    1. For Marcus Tullius
    2. For Marcus Fonteius
    3. For Sulla
    4. For Archias
    5. For Plancius
    6. For Aemilius Scaurus
  • Orations, for his house, Plancius, Sextius, Coelius, Milo, Ligarius, etc.. C. D. Yonge 1891
    1. On his House
    2. On the Responses of the Haruspices
    3. For Plancius
    4. For Sestius
    5. Against Vatinius
    6. For Marcus Caelius
    7. On the Consular Provinces
    8. For Cornelius Balbus
    9. Against Piso
    10. For Milo
    11. For Rabirius Postumus
    12. For Marcellus
    13. For Ligarius
    14. For King Deiotarius
  • Orations, for Quintius, Sextus Roscius, Quintus Roscius, against Quintus Caecilius, and against Verres. C. D. Yonge 1903
    1. For Publius Quinctius
    2. For Sextus Roscius of Ameria
    3. For Quintus Roscius the Actor
    4. Divinatio against Q. Caecilius
    5. Against Verres
  • Orations, The fourteen orations against Marcus Antonius (Philippics). C. D. Yonge 1903
  • Orations, Three orations on the Agrarian law, the four against Catiline, the orations for Rabirius, Murena, Sylla, Archias, Flaccus, Scaurus, etc.. C. D. Yonge 1856
    1. For Marcus Tullius
    2. For Marcus Fonteius
    3. For Aulus Caecina
    4. On Pompey's Command
    5. For Aulus Cluentius
    6. Orations, Three orations on the Agrarian law, the four against Catiline, the orations for Rabirius, Murena, Sylla, Archias, Flaccus, Scaurus, etc.
    7. On the Agrarian Law
    8. For Rabirius on a Charge of Treason
    9. Against Catiline
    10. For Lucius Murena
    11. For Sulla
    12. For Archias
    13. For Flaccus
    14. In the Senate after his Return
    15. To the Citizens after his Return
    16. For Aemilius Scaurus
  • Orator. A. S. Wilkins 1911
  • Paradoxa stoicorum ad M. Brutum. J. G. Baiter, C. L. Kayser 1865
  • Paradoxa stoicorum ad M. Brutum: apparatus criticus. J. G. Baiter, C. L. Kayser 1865
  • Topica. A. S. Wilkins 1911
  • Tusculanae Disputationes. M. Pohlenz 1918

Q. Tullius Cicero

  • Essay on Running for Consul. L. C. Purser 1999

Colluthus

  • Rape of Helen. A. W. Mair 1928

Columella, Lucius Junius Moderatus

  • Res Rustica, Books I-IV. Harrison Boyd Ash 1940
  • Res Rustica, Books V-IX. E.S. Forster, Edward H. Heffner 1954

Naso, P. Ovidius

  • Commentary on the Heroides of Ovid 1813

John Conington

  • Commentary on Vergil's Aeneid, Volume 1, 1876
  • Commentary on Vergil's Aeneid, Volume 2, 1876

E. M. Cope

  • Commentary on the Rhetoric of Aristotle 1877

Demades

  • On the Twelve Years (Greek and English) 1962

Demosthenes

  • Speeches 1-10 (Greek and English) 1903, 1930
    1. Olynthiac 1
    2. Olynthiac 2
    3. Olynthiac 3
    4. Philippic 1
    5. On the Peace
    6. Philippic 2
    7. On the Halonnesus
    8. On the Chersonese
    9. Philippic 3
    10. Philippic 4
  • Speeches 11-20 (Greek and English) 1903, 1926
    1. Reply to Philip
    2. Philip
    3. On Organization
    4. On the Navy
    5. On the Liberty of the Rhodians
    6. For the Megalopolitans
    7. On the Accession of Alexander
    8. On the Crown
    9. On the False Embassy
    10. Against Leptines
  • Speeches 21-30 (Greek and English) 1907, 1921, 1939
    1. Against Midias
    2. Against Androtion
    3. Against Aristocrates
    4. Against Timocrates
    5. Against Aristogiton 1
    6. Against Aristogiton 2
    7. Against Aphobus 1
    8. Against Aphobus 2
    9. Against Aphobus
    10. Against Onetor
  • Speeches 31-40 (Greek and English) 1921, 1939
    1. Against Onetor
    2. Against Zenothemis
    3. Against Apatourius
    4. Against Phormio
    5. Against Lacritus
    6. For Phormio
    7. Against Pantaenetus
    8. Against Nausimachus and Xenopeithes
    9. Against Boeotus 1
    10. Against Boeotus 2
  • Speeches 41-50 (Greek and English) 1931, 1939
    1. Against Spudias
    2. Against Phaenippus
    3. Against Macartatus
    4. Against Leochares
    5. Against Stephanus 1
    6. Against Stephanus 2
    7. Against Evergus and Mnesibulus
    8. Against Olympiodorus
    9. Against Timotheus
    10. Against Polycles
  • Speeches 51-61 (Greek and English) 1931, 1949
    1. On the Trierarchic Crown
    2. Against Callippus
    3. Against Nicostratus
    4. Against Conon
    5. Against Callicles
    6. Against Dionysodorus
    7. Against Eubulides
    8. Against Theocrines
    9. Against Neaera
    10. Funeral Speech
    11. Erotic Essay

Dinarchus

  • Speeches (Greek and English) 1962
    1. Against Demosthenes
    2. Against Aristogiton
    3. Against Philocles

Dio, Chrysostom

  • Orationes 1893, 1896

Diodorus Siculus

  • Bibliotheca Historica, Books I-V. Immanuel Bekker, Ludwig Dindorf, Friedrich Vogel, Immanel Bekker 1888-1890
  • Bibliotheca Historica, Books XVIII-XX. Immanuel Bekker, Ludwig Dindorf, Friedrich Vogel, Kurt Theodor Fischer, Immanel Bekker 1903-1906
  • Library (Greek and English) 1989

Diogenes Laertius

  • Lives of Eminent Philosophers. R.D. Hicks (Greek and English) 2005

J.F. Dobson

  • The Greek Orators 1919

E. H. Donkin

  • Cicero Pro Roscio Amerino, Edited, after Karl Halm

Elegy and Iambus, Volume I. J. M. Edmonds (Greek and English) 1931

Elegy and Iambus, Volume II. J. M. Edmonds (Greek and English) 1931

Epictetus

  • Works (Greek) 1916
    1. Discourses
    2. Enchiridion
    3. Fragments
  • Works. George Long (English) 1890
    1. Discourses
    2. Enchiridion
    3. Fragments
  • Works. Thomas Wentworth Higginson. (English) 1890
    1. Discourses
    2. Enchiridion
    3. Fragments

Euclid

  • Elements. J. L. Heiberg. (Greek) 1956
  • Elements. Thomas L. Heath, Sir Thomas Little Heath. (English) 1883-1888

Euripides

  • Bacchae. Gilbert Murray. (Greek) 1850
  • Bacchae. T. A. Buckley. (English) 1913
  • Electra. Gilbert Murray. (Greek) 1913
  • Hecuba. Gilbert Murray. (Greek) 1902
  • Helen. Gilbert Murray. (Greek) 1913
  • Heracles. Gilbert Murray. (Greek) 1913
  • Ion. Gilbert Murray. (Greek) 1913
  • Iphigenia in Aulis. Gilbert Murray. (Greek) 1913
  • Iphigenia in Aulis. E. P. Coleridge. (English) 1891
  • Iphigenia in Tauris. Gilbert Murray. (Greek) 1913
  • Orestes. Gilbert Murray. (Greek) 1913
  • Phoenissae. Gilbert Murray. (Greek) 1913
  • Rhesus. Gilbert Murray. (Greek) 1913
  • Rhesus. E. P. Coleridge. (English) 1891
  • Suppliants. Gilbert Murray. (Greek) 1913
  • The Trojan Women. Gilbert Murray. (Greek) 1913
  • The Trojan Women. E. P. Coleridge. (English) 1891

Minucius Felix, Marcus

  • Octavius. Gerald H. Rendall, W.C.A. Kerr 1931

C. Valerius Flaccus

  • Argonautica. Otto Kramer 1913
  • Argonautica: introduction. Otto Kramer 1913

Lucius Annaeus Florus

  • Epitome Rerum Romanorum. Edward Seymour Forster 1929

Edward S. Forster

  • Isocrates Cyprian Orations

Harold North Fowler

  • Commentary on Thucydides Book 5, 1888

Galen

  • On the Natural Faculties. A.J. Brock. (Greek and English) 2005

Aulus Gellius

  • Attic Nights. John C. Rolfe. (Latin and English) 1927
  • Attic Nights, introduction. John C. Rolfe. (Latin) 1927

Basil L. Gildersleeve

  • Pindar: The Olympian and Pythian Odes 1885
  • Syntax of Classical Greek 1900

Francis Glass

  • Washingtonii Vita. J.N. Reynolds. (Latin) 1842

William Watson Goodwin

  • Commentary on Demosthenes: On the Crown 1904
  • Syntax of the Moods and Tenses of the Greek Verb 1889

C.E. Graves

  • Commentary on Thucydides: Book 4, 1884
  • Commentary on Thucydides: Book 5, 1891

Greek Anthology, Volume I. W. R. Paton 1916

Greek Anthology, Volume II. W. R. Paton 1917

Greek Anthology, Volume III. W. R. Paton 1915

Greek Anthology, Volume IV. W. R. Paton 1926

Greek Anthology, Volume V. W. R. Paton 1927

J. B. Greenough, Benjamin L. D'Ooge, M. Grant Daniell

  • Commentary on Caesar's Gallic War 1898

J. B. Greenough, G. L. Kittredge

  • Select Orations of Cicero, Allen and Greenough's Edition 2009

William Gardner Hale

  • The Art of Reading Latin: How To Teach It, 1887

Dionysius of Halicarnassus

  • Ad Ammaeum. Hermann Usener. (Greek) 1899
  • Antiquitates Romanae, Books I-III. Karl Jacoby. (Greek) 1885
  • Antiquitates Romanae, Books IV-VI. Karl Jacoby. (Greek) 1898
  • Antiquitates Romanae, Books VII-IX. Karl Jacoby. (Greek) 1891
  • Antiquitates Romanae, Books X-XX. Karl Jacoby. (Greek) 1905
  • De antiquis oratoribus. Hermann Usener. (Greek) 1899
  • De Compositione Verborum. Ludwig Radermacher. (Greek) 1904
  • De Demosthene. Hermann Usener. (Greek) 1899
  • De Dinarcho. Hermann Usener. (Greek) 1899
  • De Isaeo. Hermann Usener. (Greek) 1899
  • De Isocrate. Hermann Usener. (Greek) 1899
  • De Lysia. Hermann Usener. (Greek) 1899
  • De Thucydide. Hermann Usener. (Greek) 1899
  • De Thucydidis idiomatibus (epistula ad Ammaeum). Hermann Usener. (Greek) 1899
  • Epistula ad Pompeium Geminum. Ludwig Radermacher. (Greek) 1904
  • Libri secundi de antiquis oratoribus reliquiae. Hermann Usener. (Greek) 1899

Herodotus

  • The Histories. (Greek) 1920
  • The Histories. A. D. Godley. (English) 1920

Hesiod

  • Shield of Heracles. (Greek and English) 1914
  • Theogony. (Greek and English) 1914
  • Works and Days. (Greek and English) 1914

Hippocrates

  • Airs Waters Places, introduction. W. H. S. Jones. (English) 2005
  • Ancient Medicine, introduction. W. H. S. Jones. (English) 2005
  • Epidemics, introduction. W. H. S. Jones. (English) 2005
  • The Genuine Works of Hippocrates. Charles Darwin Adams. (English) 2003
    1. Jusjurandum
    2. De prisca medicina
    3. De aere aquis et locis
    4. Prognosticon
    5. De diaeta in morbis acutis
    6. De morbis popularibus
    7. De capitis vulneribus
    8. De officina medici
    9. De fracturis
    10. De articulis
    11. Vectiarius
    12. Aphorismi
    13. Lex
    14. De ulceribus
    15. De fistulis
    16. De haemorrhoidibus
    17. De morbo sacro
  • Hippocrates Collected Works I. W. H. S. Jones. (Greek) 2005
    1. De prisca medicina
    2. De aere aquis et locis
    3. De morbis popularibus
    4. Jusjurandum
    5. Praeceptiones
    6. De alimento
  • Hippocrates Collected Works I. W. H. S. Jones. (English) 2005
    1. Hippocrates Collected Works I
    2. De prisca medicina
    3. De aere aquis et locis
    4. De morbis popularibus
    5. Jusjurandum
    6. Praeceptiones
    7. De alimento
  • Nutriment, introduction. W. H. S. Jones. (English) 2005
  • Oath, introduction. W. H. S. Jones. (English) 2005
  • Oeuvres Completes D'Hippocrate.. A. Littre. (Greek) 2005
    1. De diaeta in morbis acutis
    2. De diaeta acutorum
    3. De haemorrhoidibus
    4. De fistulis
    5. De ulceribus
    6. De articulis
    7. Vectiarius
    8. Aphorismi
    9. Prognosticon
    10. De fracturis
    11. De morbo sacro
    12. De capitis vulneribus
    13. De officina medici
  • Precepts, introduction. W. H. S. Jones. (English) 2005

Homer

  • Odyssey (Greek and English) 1919
  • The Odyssey. Samuel Butler. (English) 1900

Homeric Hymns. Hugh G. Evelyn-White. (Greek and English) 1914

  • Hymn 1 to Dionysus
  • Hymn 2 to Demeter
  • Hymn 3 to Apollo
  • Hymn 4 to Hermes
  • Hymn 5 to Aphrodite
  • Hymn 6 to Aphrodite
  • Hymn 7 to Dionysus
  • Hymn 8 to Ares
  • Hymn 9 to Artemis
  • Hymn 10 to Aphrodite
  • Hymn 11 to Athena
  • Hymn 12 to Hera
  • Hymn 13 to Demeter
  • Hymn 14 to the Mother of the Gods
  • Hymn 15 to Heracles
  • Hymn 16 to Asclepius
  • Hymn 17 to the Dioscuri
  • Hymn 18 to Hermes
  • Hymn 19 to Pan
  • Hymn 20 to Hephaestus
  • Hymn 21 to Apollo
  • Hymn 22 to Poseidon
  • Hymn 23 to Zeus
  • Hymn 24 to Hestia
  • Hymn 25 to the Muses and Apollo
  • Hymn 26 to Dionysus
  • Hymn 27 to Artemis
  • Hymn 28 to Athena
  • Hymn 29 to Hestia
  • Hymn 30 to Earth
  • Hymn 31 to Helios
  • Hymn 32 to Selene
  • Hymn 33 to the Dioscuri

Q. Horatius Flaccus (Horace)

  • The Art of Poetry: To the Pisos. C. Smart, Theodore Alois Buckley 1863
  • Carmen Saeculare. Paul Shorey 1898
  • Carmina. Paul Shorey, Gordon Lang, Paul Shorey and Gordon J. Laing 1919
  • De Arte Poetica liber. C. Smart 1836
  • Epistles. H. Rushton Fairclough 1929
  • Epodon. Friedrich Vollmer 1912
  • Odes. John Conington 1882
  • Satyrarum libri. C. Smart 1836
  • The Works of Horace. C. Smart, Theodore Alois Buckley 1863

W. W. How, J. Wells

  • A Commentary on Herodotus 2000

Hyperides

  • Speeches. (Greek and English) 1962
    1. In Defence of Lycophron
    2. Against Philippides
    3. Against Athenogenes
    4. In Defence of Euxenippus
    5. Against Demosthenes
    6. Funeral Oration

Sir Richard C. Jebb

  • The Attic Orators from Antiphon to Isaeos 1876
  • Commentary on Sophocles: Ajax, 1907
  • Commentary on Sophocles: Antigone, 1900
  • Commentary on Sophocles: Electra, 1894
  • Commentary on Sophocles: Oedipus at Colonus, 1899
  • Commentary on Sophocles: Oedipus Tyrannus
  • Commentary on Sophocles: Trachiniae, 1902
  • Selections from the Attic Orators, 1888

Jerome, Saint

  • Epistulae. Selections. F.A. Wright. (Latin) 1933

Juvenal

  • Satires. G. G. Ramsay. (Latin) 1918

Walter Leaf

  • Commentary on the Iliad, 1900

Charlton T. Lewis

  • An Elementary Latin Dictionary 1890

W. M. Lindsay

  • An Introduction to Latin Textual Emendation, 1896
  • Syntax of Plautus, 1907

Titus Livius (Livy)

  • Ab urbe condita libri, erklärt von M. Weissenborn, book 45. W. Weissenborn 1881
  • Ab urbe condita libri, erklärt von M. Weissenborn, book 45, commentary. W. Weissenborn 1880
  • Ab urbe condita libri, erklärt von M. Weissenborn, book 45, textual notes. W. Weissenborn 1881
  • Ab urbe condita libri, erklärt von M. Weissenborn, books 31-32. W. Weissenborn, H. J. Müller 1883
    1. The History of Rome, Book 31
    2. The History of Rome, Book 32
  • Ab urbe condita libri, erklärt von M. Weissenborn, books 31-32, commentary. W. Weissenborn, H. J. Müller 1883
  • Ab urbe condita libri, erklärt von M. Weissenborn, books 31-32, textual notes. W. Weissenborn, H. J. Müller 1883
  • Ab urbe condita libri, erklärt von M. Weissenborn, books 33-34. W. Weissenborn, H. J. Müller 1883
    1. The History of Rome, Book 33
    2. The History of Rome, Book 34
  • Ab urbe condita libri, erklärt von M. Weissenborn, books 33-34, commentary. W. Weissenborn, H. J. Müller 1883
  • Ab urbe condita libri, erklärt von M. Weissenborn, books 33-34, textual notes 1881
  • Ab urbe condita libri, erklärt von M. Weissenborn, books 35-38. W. Weissenborn 1873
    1. The History of Rome, Book 35
    2. The History of Rome, Book 36
    3. The History of Rome, Book 37
    4. The History of Rome, Book 38
  • Ab urbe condita libri, erklärt von M. Weissenborn, books 35-38, commentary. W. Weissenborn 1873
  • Ab urbe condita libri, erklärt von M. Weissenborn, books 35-38, textual notes. W. Weissenborn, H. J. Müller 1873
  • Ab urbe condita libri, erklärt von M. Weissenborn, books 39-40. W. Weissenborn 1875
    1. The History of Rome, Book 39
    2. The History of Rome, Book 40
  • Ab urbe condita libri, erklärt von M. Weissenborn, books 39-40, commentary. W. Weissenborn 1875
  • Ab urbe condita libri, erklärt von M. Weissenborn, books 39-40, textual notes. W. Weissenborn, H. J. Müller 1875
  • Ab urbe condita libri, erklärt von M. Weissenborn, books 41-42. W. Weissenborn 1876
    1. The History of Rome, Book 41
    2. The History of Rome, Book 42
  • Ab urbe condita libri, erklärt von M. Weissenborn, books 41-42, commentary. W. Weissenborn 1880
  • Ab urbe condita libri, erklärt von M. Weissenborn, books 41-42, textual notes. W. Weissenborn, H. J. Müller 1876
  • Ab urbe condita libri, erklärt von M. Weissenborn, books 43-44. W. Weissenborn 1880
    1. The History of Rome, Book 43
    2. The History of Rome, Book 44
  • Ab urbe condita libri, erklärt von M. Weissenborn, books 43-44, commentary. W. Weissenborn 1880
  • Ab urbe condita libri, erklärt von M. Weissenborn, books 43-44, textual notes. W. Weissenborn 1880
  • Ab urbe condita, books 1-10. W. Weissenborn, H. J. Müller 1898
    1. The History of Rome, Book 1
    2. The History of Rome, Book 1, Summary
    3. The History of Rome, Book 2, Summary
    4. The History of Rome, Book 2
    5. The History of Rome, Book 3, Summary
    6. The History of Rome, Book 3
    7. The History of Rome, Book 4, Summary
    8. The History of Rome, Book 4
    9. The History of Rome, Book 5, Summary
    10. The History of Rome, Book 5
    11. The History of Rome, Book 6, Summary
    12. The History of Rome, Book 6
    13. The History of Rome, Book 7, Summary
    14. The History of Rome, Book 7
    15. The History of Rome, Book 8, Summary
    16. The History of Rome, Book 8
    17. The History of Rome, Book 9, Summary
    18. The History of Rome, Book 9
    19. The History of Rome, Book 10, Summary
    20. The History of Rome, Book 10
    21. The History of Rome, Book 11, Summary
    22. The History of Rome, Book 12, Summary
    23. The History of Rome, Book 13, Summary
    24. The History of Rome, Book 14, Summary
    25. The History of Rome, Book 15, Summary
    26. The History of Rome, Book 16, Summary
    27. The History of Rome, Book 17, Summary
    28. The History of Rome, Book 18, Summary
    29. The History of Rome, Book 19, Summary
    30. The History of Rome, Book 20, Summary
  • Ab urbe condita, books 1-10, textual notes. W. Weissenborn, H. J. Müller 1898
  • Ab Urbe Condita, books 1-2. Benjamin Oliver Foster, Ph.D. (English and Latin) 1919
    1. The History of Rome, Book 1
    2. The History of Rome, Book 1, Summary
    3. The History of Rome, Book 2
    4. The History of Rome, Book 2, Summary
  • Ab urbe condita, books 1-5. Robert Seymour Conway, Charles Flamstead Walters 1914
    1. The History of Rome, Book 1
    2. The History of Rome, Book 2
    3. The History of Rome, Book 3
    4. The History of Rome, Book 4
    5. The History of Rome, Book 5
  • Ab Urbe Condita, books 21-22. Benjamin Oliver Foster, Ph.D. (English and Latin) 1929
    1. The History of Rome, Book 21
    2. The History of Rome, Book 21, Summary
    3. The History of Rome, Book 22
    4. The History of Rome, Book 22, Summary
  • Ab urbe condita, books 21-25. Robert Seymour Conway, Charles Flamstead Walters (Latin) 1929
    1. The History of Rome, Book 21
    2. The History of Rome, Book 22
    3. The History of Rome, Book 23
    4. The History of Rome, Book 24
    5. The History of Rome, Book 25
  • Ab urbe condita, books 21-30. W. Weissenborn, H. J. Müller. (Latin) 1884
    1. The History of Rome, Book 21, Summary
    2. The History of Rome, Book 21
    3. The History of Rome, Book 22, Summary
    4. The History of Rome, Book 22
    5. The History of Rome, Book 23, Summary
    6. The History of Rome, Book 23
    7. The History of Rome, Book 24, Summary
    8. The History of Rome, Book 24
    9. The History of Rome, Book 25, Summary
    10. The History of Rome, Book 25
    11. The History of Rome, Book 26, Summary
    12. The History of Rome, Book 26
    13. The History of Rome, Book 27, Summary
    14. The History of Rome, Book 27
    15. The History of Rome, Book 28, Summary
    16. The History of Rome, Book 28
    17. The History of Rome, Book 29, Summary
    18. The History of Rome, Book 29
    19. The History of Rome, Book 30, Summary
    20. The History of Rome, Book 30
  • Ab urbe condita, books 21-30, textual notes. W. Weissenborn, H. J. Müller. (Latin) 1884
  • Ab Urbe Condita, books 23-25. Frank Gardener Moore, Professor Emeritus in Columbia University. (English and Latin) 1940
    1. The History of Rome, Book 23
    2. The History of Rome, Book 23, Summary
    3. The History of Rome, Book 24
    4. The History of Rome, Book 24, Summary
    5. The History of Rome, Book 25
    6. The History of Rome, Book 25, Summary
  • Ab Urbe Condita, books 26-27. Frank Gardner Moore, Professor Emeritus in Columbia University. (English and Latin) 1943
    1. The History of Rome, Book 26
    2. The History of Rome, Book 26, Summary
    3. The History of Rome, Book 27
    4. The History of Rome, Book 27, Summary
  • Ab urbe condita, books 26-30. Robert Seymour Conway, Stephen Keymer Johnson. (Latin) 1935
    1. The History of Rome, Book 26
    2. The History of Rome, Book 27
    3. The History of Rome, Book 28
    4. The History of Rome, Book 29
    5. The History of Rome, Book 30
  • Ab Urbe Condita, books 28-30. Frank Gardener Moore, Professor Emeritus in Columbia University. (English and Latin) 1949
    1. The History of Rome, Book 28
    2. The History of Rome, Book 28, Summary
    3. The History of Rome, Book 29
    4. The History of Rome, Book 29, Summary
    5. The History of Rome, Book 30
    6. The History of Rome, Book 30, Summary
  • Ab Urbe Condita, books 3-4. Benjamin Oliver Foster, Ph.D. (English and Latin) 1922
    1. The History of Rome, Book 3
    2. The History of Rome, Book 3, Summary
    3. The History of Rome, Book 4
    4. The History of Rome, Book 4, Summary
  • Ab Urbe Condita, books 31-34. Evan T. Sage, Ph.D. Professor of Latin and Head of the Department of Classics in the University of Pittsburgh. (English and Latin) 1935
    1. The History of Rome, Book 31
    2. The History of Rome, Book 31, Summary
    3. The History of Rome, Book 32
    4. The History of Rome, Book 32, Summary
    5. The History of Rome, Book 33
    6. The History of Rome, Book 33, Summary
    7. The History of Rome, Book 34
    8. The History of Rome, Book 34, Summary
  • Ab urbe condita, books 31-38. W. Weissenborn, H. J. Müller. (Latin) 1911
    1. The History of Rome, Book 31, Summary
    2. The History of Rome, Book 31
    3. The History of Rome, Book 32, Summary
    4. The History of Rome, Book 32
    5. The History of Rome, Book 33, Summary
    6. The History of Rome, Book 33
    7. The History of Rome, Book 34, Summary
    8. The History of Rome, Book 34
    9. The History of Rome, Book 35, Summary
    10. The History of Rome, Book 35
    11. The History of Rome, Book 36, Summary
    12. The History of Rome, Book 36
    13. The History of Rome, Book 37, Summary
    14. The History of Rome, Book 37
    15. The History of Rome, Book 38, Summary
    16. The History of Rome, Book 38
  • Ab urbe condita, books 31-38, textual notes. W. Weissenborn, H. J. Müller. (Latin) 1911
  • Ab Urbe Condita, books 35-37. Evan T. Sage, PhD professor of latin and head of the department of classics in the University of Pittsburgh. (English and Latin) 1935
    1. The History of Rome, Book 35
    2. The History of Rome, Book 35, Summary
    3. The History of Rome, Book 36
    4. The History of Rome, Book 36, Summary
    5. The History of Rome, Book 37
    6. The History of Rome, Book 37, Summary
  • Ab Urbe Condita, books 38-39. Evan T. Sage, Ph.D. (English and Latin) 1936
    1. The History of Rome, Book 38
    2. The History of Rome, Book 38, Summary
    3. The History of Rome, Book 39
    4. The History of Rome, Book 39, Summary
  • Ab urbe condita, books 39-40. W. Weissenborn, H. J. Müller. (Latin) 1911
    1. The History of Rome, Book 39, Summary
    2. The History of Rome, Book 39
    3. The History of Rome, Book 40, Summary
    4. The History of Rome, Book 40
  • Ab urbe condita, books 39-40, textual notes. W. Weissenborn, H. J. Müller. (Latin) 1911
  • Ab Urbe Condita, books 40-42. Evan T. Sage, Ph.D. and Alfred C. Schlesinger, Ph.D.. (English and Latin) 1938
    1. The History of Rome, Book 40
    2. The History of Rome, Book 40, Summary
    3. The History of Rome, Book 41
    4. The History of Rome, Book 41, Summary
    5. The History of Rome, Book 42
    6. The History of Rome, Book 42, Summary
  • Ab urbe condita, books 41-45. W. Weissenborn, H. J. Müller. (Latin) 1911
    1. The History of Rome, Book 41, Summary
    2. The History of Rome, Book 41
    3. The History of Rome, Book 42, Summary
    4. The History of Rome, Book 42
    5. The History of Rome, Book 43, Summary
    6. The History of Rome, Book 43
    7. The History of Rome, Book 44, Summary
    8. The History of Rome, Book 44
    9. The History of Rome, Book 45, Summary
    10. The History of Rome, Book 45
  • Ab urbe condita, books 41-45, textual notes. W. Weissenborn, H. J. Müller. (Latin) 1911
  • Ab Urbe Condita, books 43-45. Alfred C. Schlesinger, Ph.D. (English and Latin) 1951
    1. The History of Rome, Book 43
    2. The History of Rome, Book 43, Summary
    3. The History of Rome, Book 44
    4. The History of Rome, Book 44, Summary
    5. The History of Rome, Book 45
    6. The History of Rome, Book 45, Summary
  • Ab Urbe Condita, books 5-7. Benjamin Oliver Foster, Ph.D. (English and Latin) 1924
    1. The History of Rome, Book 5
    2. The History of Rome, Book 5, Summary
    3. The History of Rome, Book 6
    4. The History of Rome, Book 6, Summary
    5. The History of Rome, Book 7
    6. The History of Rome, Book 7, Summary
  • Ab urbe condita, books 6-10. Charles Flamstead Walters, Robert Seymour Conway. (Latin) 1919
    1. The History of Rome, Book 6
    2. The History of Rome, Book 7
    3. The History of Rome, Book 8
    4. The History of Rome, Book 9
    5. The History of Rome, Book 10
  • Ab Urbe Condita, books 8-10. Benjamin Oliver Foster, Ph.D.. (English and Latin) 1926
    1. The History of Rome, Book 8
    2. The History of Rome, Book 8, Summary
    3. The History of Rome, Book 9
    4. The History of Rome, Book 9, Summary
    5. The History of Rome, Book 10
    6. The History of Rome, Book 11, Summary
    7. The History of Rome, Book 12, Summary
    8. The History of Rome, Book 13, Summary
    9. The History of Rome, Book 14, Summary
    10. The History of Rome, Book 15, Summary
    11. The History of Rome, Book 16, Summary
    12. The History of Rome, Book 17, Summary
    13. The History of Rome, Book 18, Summary
    14. The History of Rome, Book 19, Summary
    15. The History of Rome, Book 20, Summary
  • Ab urbe condita, fragments. W. Weissenborn, H. J. Müller. (Latin) 1911
  • Ab urbe condita, fragments, textual notes. W. Weissenborn, H. J. Müller. (Latin) 1911
  • The History of Rome by Titus Livius, books nine to twenty-six, literally translated, with notes and illustrations. D. Spillan, A.M., M.D., Cyrus Evans. (English) 1849
    1. The History of Rome, Book 9
    2. The History of Rome, Book 10
    3. The History of Rome, Book 11, Summary
    4. The History of Rome, Book 12, Summary
    5. The History of Rome, Book 13, Summary
    6. The History of Rome, Book 14, Summary
    7. The History of Rome, Book 15, Summary
    8. The History of Rome, Book 16, Summary
    9. The History of Rome, Book 17, Summary
    10. The History of Rome, Book 18, Summary
    11. The History of Rome, Book 19, Summary
    12. The History of Rome, Book 20, Summary
    13. The History of Rome, Book 21
    14. The History of Rome, Book 22
    15. The History of Rome, Book 23
    16. The History of Rome, Book 24
    17. The History of Rome, Book 25
    18. The History of Rome, Book 26
  • The History of Rome by Titus Livius, books thirty-seven to forty-five, literally translated, with notes and illustrations. William A. McDevitte, Sen. Class. Mod. Ex. Schol. A.B.T.C.D.. (English) 1850
    1. The History of Rome, Book 37
    2. The History of Rome, Book 38
    3. The History of Rome, Book 39
    4. The History of Rome, Book 40
    5. The History of Rome, Book 41
    6. The History of Rome, Book 42
    7. The History of Rome, Book 43
    8. The History of Rome, Book 44
    9. The History of Rome, Book 45
  • The History of Rome by Titus Livius, books twenty-seven to thirty-six, literally translated, with notes and illustrations. Cyrus Evans. (English) 1850
    1. The History of Rome, Book 27
    2. The History of Rome, Book 28
    3. The History of Rome, Book 29
    4. The History of Rome, Book 30
    5. The History of Rome, Book 31
    6. The History of Rome, Book 32
    7. The History of Rome, Book 33
    8. The History of Rome, Book 34
    9. The History of Rome, Book 35
    10. The History of Rome, Book 36
  • The History of Rome by Titus Livius, the first eight books, literally translated, with notes and illustrations. D. Spillan, A.M., M.D.. (English) 1857
    1. The History of Rome, Book 1
    2. The History of Rome, Book 2
    3. The History of Rome, Book 3
    4. The History of Rome, Book 4
    5. The History of Rome, Book 5
    6. The History of Rome, Book 6
    7. The History of Rome, Book 7
    8. The History of Rome, Book 8
  • The History of Rome by Titus Livius, with the epitomes and fragments of the lost books, literally translated, with notes and illustrations. William A. McDevitte, Sen. Class. Mod. Ex. Schol. A.B.T.C.D.. (English) 1850
  • History of Rome, books 1-10. Rev. Canon Roberts. (English) 1912
    1. The History of Rome, Book 1
    2. The History of Rome, Book 2
    3. The History of Rome, Book 3
    4. The History of Rome, Book 4
    5. The History of Rome, Book 5
    6. The History of Rome, Book 6
    7. The History of Rome, Book 7
    8. The History of Rome, Book 8
    9. The History of Rome, Book 9
    10. The History of Rome, Book 10
  • History of Rome, books 21-45. Rev. Canon Roberts. (English) 1912
    1. The History of Rome, Book 21
    2. The History of Rome, Book 22
    3. The History of Rome, Book 23
    4. The History of Rome, Book 24
    5. The History of Rome, Book 25
    6. The History of Rome, Book 26
    7. The History of Rome, Book 27
    8. The History of Rome, Book 28
    9. The History of Rome, Book 29
    10. The History of Rome, Book 30
    11. The History of Rome, Book 31
    12. The History of Rome, Book 32
    13. The History of Rome, Book 33
    14. The History of Rome, Book 34
    15. The History of Rome, Book 35
    16. The History of Rome, Book 36
    17. The History of Rome, Book 37
    18. The History of Rome, Book 38
    19. The History of Rome, Book 39
    20. The History of Rome, Book 40
    21. The History of Rome, Book 41
    22. The History of Rome, Book 42
    23. The History of Rome, Book 43
    24. The History of Rome, Book 44
    25. The History of Rome, Book 45

Gonzalez Lodge

  • Commentary on Plato: Gorgias 1891

M. Annaeus Lucanus

  • Pharsalia. Carolus Hermannus Weise. (Latin) 1835
  • Pharsalia. Sir Edward Ridley. (English) 1905

Lucian

  • Abdicatus. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1936
  • Adversus indoctum et libros multos ementem. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1921
  • Alexander. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1925
  • Anacharsis. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1925
  • Apologia. Karl Jacobitz. (Greek) 1896
  • Bacchus. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1913
  • Bis accusatus sive tribunalia. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1921
  • Calumniae non temere credundum. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1913
  • Cataplus. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1915
  • Contemplantes. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1915
  • De astrologia. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1936
  • De Domo. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1913
  • De luctu. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1925
  • De mercede. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1921
  • De morte Peregrini. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1936
  • De parasito sive artem esse parasiticam. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1921
  • De sacrificiis. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1921
  • De saltatione. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1936
  • De Syria dea. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1925
  • Dearum judicium. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1921
  • Demonax. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1913
  • Deorum concilium. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1936
  • Dialogi deorum. Karl Jacobitz. (Greek) 1896
  • Dialogi Marini. Karl Jacobitz. (Greek) 1896
  • Dialogi meretricii. Karl Jacobitz. (Greek) 1896
  • Dialogi mortuorum. Karl Jacobitz. (Greek) 1896
  • Dipsades. Karl Jacobitz. (Greek) 1896
  • Electrum. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1913
  • Eunuchus. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1936
  • Fugitivi. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1936
  • Gallus. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1915
  • Harmonides. Karl Jacobitz. (Greek) 1896
  • Hercules. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1913
  • Hermotimus. Karl Jacobitz. (Greek) 1896
  • Herodotus. Karl Jacobitz. (Greek) 1896
  • Hesiod. Karl Jacobitz. (Greek) 1896
  • Hippias. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1913
  • Icaromenippus. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1915
  • Imagines. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1925
  • Judicium vocalium. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1913
  • Juppiter confuatus. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1915
  • Juppiter trageodeus. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1915
  • Lexiphanes. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1936
  • Macrobii. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1913
  • Muscae Encomium. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1913
  • Navigium. Karl Jacobitz. (Greek) 1896
  • Necyomantia. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1925
  • Nigrinus. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1913
  • Patriae Encomium. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1913
  • Phalaris. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1913
  • Philopsuedes sive incredulus. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1921
  • Piscator. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1921
  • Podagra. Karl Jacobitz. (Greek) 1896
  • Pro imaginibus. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1925
  • Pro lapsu inter salutandum. Karl Jacobitz. (Greek) 1896
  • Prometheus. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1915
  • Prometheus es in verbis. Karl Jacobitz. (Greek) 1896
  • Pseudologista. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1936
  • Quomodo historia conscribenda sit. Karl Jacobitz. (Greek) 1913
  • Rhetorum praeceptor. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1925
  • Saturnalia. Karl Jacobitz. (Greek) 1896
  • Scytha. Karl Jacobitz. (Greek) 1896
  • Soleocista. Karl Jacobitz. (Greek) 1896
  • Somnium sive vita Luciani. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1921
  • Symposium. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1913
  • Timon. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1915
  • Toxaris vel amicitia. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1936
  • Tyrannicida. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1936
  • Verae Historiae. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1913
  • Vitarum auctio. A. M. Harmon. (Greek) 1915
  • Zeuxis. Karl Jacobitz. (Greek) 1896

Lucretius

  • De Rerum Natura. (Latin) 2003
  • De Rerum Natura. William Ellery Leonard. (English) 1916

Lycophron

  • Alexandra. A.W. Mair. (Greek) 1921

Lycurgus

  • Speeches. (Greek and English) 1962

Lysias

  • Speeches. (Greek and English) 1930
    1. On the Murder of Eratosthenes
    2. Funeral Oration
    3. Against Simon
    4. On a Wound by Premeditation
    5. For Callias
    6. Against Andocides
    7. On the Olive Stump
    8. Accusation of Calumny
    9. For the Soldier
    10. Against Theomnestus 1
    11. Against Theomnestus 2
    12. Against Eratosthenes
    13. Against Agoratus
    14. Against Alcibiades 1
    15. Against Alcibiades 2
    16. For Mantitheus
    17. On the Property of Eraton
    18. On the Confiscation of the Property of the Brother of Nicias
    19. On the Property of Aristophanes
    20. For Polystratus
    21. Defence against a Charge of Taking Bribes
    22. Against the Corn Dealers
    23. Against Pancleon
    24. On the Refusal of a Pension
    25. Defence against a Charge of subverting the Democracy
    26. On the Scrutiny of Evandros
    27. Against Epicrates and his Fellow Envoys
    28. Against Ergocles
    29. Against Philocrates
    30. Against Nicomachus
    31. Against Philon
    32. Against Diogeiton
    33. Olympic Oration
    34. Against the Subversion of the Ancestral Constitution of Athens

Reginald Walter Macan

  • Herodotus, The Seventh, Eighth, & Ninth Books with Introduction and Commentary. (English) 2000

Anne Mahoney

  • Overview of Latin Syntax, 2000

Ammianus Marcellinus

  • Rerum Gestarum. John C. Rolfe, Ph.D., Litt.D.. (Latin and English) 1935-1940
  • Rerum Gestarum, volume 1 introduction. John C. Rolfe, Ph.D., Litt.D.. (English) 1935
  • Rerum Gestarum, volume 2 introduction. John C. Rolfe, Ph.D., Litt.D.. (English) 1940
  • Rerum Gestarum, volume 3 introduction. John C. Rolfe, Ph.D., Litt.D.. (English) 1939

E.C. Marchant

  • Commentary on Thucydides Book 1. (English) 1905
  • Commentary on Thucydides: Book 2. (English) 1891
  • Commentary on Thucydides: Book 3. (English) 1909
  • Commentary on Thucydides: Book 6. (English) 1909
  • Commentary on Thucydides: Book 7. (English)

Martial

  • Epigrammata. Wilhelm Heraeus (Latin) 1925/1976

Charles D. Morris

  • Commentary on Thucydides Book 1. (English) 1891

Cornelius Nepos

  • Vitae. Albert Fleckeisen. (Latin) 1886
    1. Miltiades
    2. Themistocles
    3. Aristides
    4. Pausanias
    5. Cimon
    6. Lysander
    7. Alcibiades
    8. Thrasybulus
    9. Conon
    10. Dion
    11. Iphicrates
    12. Chabrias
    13. Timotheus
    14. Datames
    15. Epaminondas
    16. Pelopidas
    17. Agesilaus
    18. Eumenes
    19. Phocion
    20. Timoleon
    21. Kings
    22. Hamilcar
    23. Hannibal
    24. Cato
    25. Atticus

Oppian

  • Halieutica. A. W. Mair. (Greek) 1928

P. Ovidius Naso

  • Amores, Epistulae, Medicamina faciei femineae, Ars amatoria, Remedia amoris. R. Ehwald. (Latin) 1907
    1. Amores
    2. Epistulae
    3. Medicamina Faciei Femineae
    4. Ars Amatoria
    5. Remedia Amoris
  • Art of Love, Remedy of Love, Art of Beauty, Court of Love, History of Love, Amours. various. (English) 1855
    1. Art of Love, Remedy of Love, Art of Beauty, Court of Love, History of Love, Amours
    2. Ars Amatoria
    3. Remedia Amoris
    4. Medicamina Faciei Femineae
    5. Amores
  • The Epistles of Ovid. (English) 1813
  • Ex Ponto. Arthur Leslie Wheeler. (Latin) 1939
  • Fasti. Sir James George Frazer. (Latin) 1933
  • Ibis. Rudolf Merkel, Rudolf Ehwald. (Latin) 1889
  • Metamorphoses. Brookes More. (English) 1922
  • Metamorphoses. Hugo Magnus. (Latin) 1892
  • Metamorphoses. Arthur Golding. (English) 1567
  • Tristia. Arthur Leslie Wheeler. (Latin) 1939

F. A. Paley

  • Select Private Orations of Demosthenes. (English) 1898

Nonnus of Panopolis

  • Dionysiaca, Books I-XV. W.H.D. Rouse. (Greek) 1940
  • Dionysiaca, Books XVI-XXXV. W.H.D. Rouse. (Greek) 1940
  • Dionysiaca, Books XXXVI-XLVIII. W.H.D. Rouse. (Greek) 1942

Pausanias

  • Description of Greece. (Greek and English) 1903, 1918

Persius

  • Satires. G. G. Ramsay. (Latin) 1918

Petronius

  • Poems: introduction. Michael Heseltine. (English) 1913
  • Satyricon, Fragmenta, and Poems. Michael Heseltine. (Latin and English) 1913
    1. Satyricon
    2. Fragments
    3. Poems
  • Satyricon, Fragmenta, and Poems: introduction. Michael Heseltine. (English) 1913

Phaedrus

  • The Fables of Phaedrus. Christopher Smart, Christopher Smart, A. M. (English) 1913
  • Fabulae Aesopiae. L. Mueller. (Latin) 1876

Pindar

  • Odes. (Greek) 1937
    1. Olympian
    2. Pythian
    3. Nemean
    4. Isthmean

Plato

  • Alcibiades 1, Alcibiades 2, Hipparchus, Lovers, Theages, Charmides, Laches, Lysis. (Greek and English) 1903, 1955
    1. Alcibiades 1
    2. Alcibiades 2
    3. Hipparchus
    4. Lovers
    5. Theages
    6. Charmides
    7. Laches
    8. Lysis
  • Cratylus, Theaetetus, Sophist, Statesman. (Greek and English) 1903, 1921
    1. Cratylus
    2. Theaetetus
    3. Sophist
    4. Statesman
  • Epistles. (Greek) 1903
  • Euthydemus, Protagoras, Gorgias, Meno. (Greek and English) 1903, 1967
    1. Euthydemus
    2. Protagoras
    3. Gorgias
    4. Meno
  • Euthyphro, Apology, Crito, Phaedo. (Greek and English) 1903, 1966
    1. Euthyphro
    2. Apology
    3. Crito
    4. Phaedo
  • Hippias Major, Hippias Minor, Ion, Menexenus, Cleitophon, Timaeus, Critias, Minos, Epinomis. (Greek and English) 1903, 1925
    1. Greater Hippias
    2. Lesser Hippias
    3. Ion
    4. Menexenus
    5. Cleitophon
    6. Timaeus
    7. Critias
    8. Minos
    9. Epinomis
  • Laws. (Greek and English) 1903, 1967, 1968
  • Parmenides, Philebus, Symposium, Phaedrus. (Greek and English) 1903, 1925
    1. Parmenides
    2. Philebus
    3. Symposium
    4. Phaedrus
  • Republic. (Greek and English) 1903, 1969

T. Maccius Plautus

  • Amphitruo. F. Leo. (Latin) 1895
  • Amphitryon, or Jupiter in Disguise. Henry Thomas Riley. (English) 1912
  • Asinaria. F. Leo. (Latin) 1895
  • Asinaria, or The Ass-Dealer. Henry Thomas Riley. (English) 1912
  • Aulularia. F. Leo. (Latin) 1895
  • Aulularia, or The Concealed Treasure. Henry Thomas Riley. (English) 1912
  • Bacchides. F. Leo. (Latin) 1895
  • Bacchides, or The Twin Sisters. Henry Thomas Riley. (English) 1912
  • Captivi. F. Leo. (Latin) 1895
  • Captivi: The Captives. Henry Thomas Riley. (English) 1912
  • Casina. F. Leo. (Latin) 1895
  • Casina, or The Stratagem Defeated. Henry Thomas Riley. (English) 1912
  • Cistellaria. F. Leo. (Latin) 1895
  • Cistellaria, or The Casket. Henry Thomas Riley. (English) 1912
  • Curculio. F. Leo. (Latin) 1895
  • Curculio, or The Forgery. Henry Thomas Riley. (English) 1912
  • Epidicus. F. Leo. (Latin) 1895
  • Epidicus, or The Fortunate Discovert. Henry Thomas Riley. (English) 1912
  • Menaechmi. F. Leo. (Latin) 1895
  • Menaechmi, or The Twin Brothers. Henry Thomas Riley. (English) 1912
  • Mercator. F. Leo. (Latin) 1895
  • Mercator, or The Merchant. Henry Thomas Riley. (English) 1912
  • Miles Gloriosus. F. Leo. (Latin) 1895
  • Miles Gloriosus, or The Braggart Captain. Henry Thomas Riley. (English) 1912
  • Mostellaria. F. Leo. (Latin) 1895
  • Mostellaria, or The Haunted House. Henry Thomas Riley. (English) 1912
  • Persa. F. Leo. (Latin) 1895
  • Persa, or The Persian. Henry Thomas Riley. (English) 1912
  • Poenulus. F. Leo. (Latin) 1895
  • Poenulus, or The Young Carthaginian. Henry Thomas Riley. (English) 1912
  • Pseudolus. F. Leo. (Latin) 1895
  • Pseudolus, or The Cheat. Henry Thomas Riley. (English) 1912
  • Rudens. F. Leo. (Latin) 1895
  • Rudens, or The Fisherman's Rope. Henry Thomas Riley. (English) 1912
  • Stichus. F. Leo. (Latin) 1895
  • Stichus, or The Parasite Rebuffed. Henry Thomas Riley. (English) 1912
  • Trinummus. F. Leo. (Latin) 1895
  • Trinummus: The Three Pieces of Money. Henry Thomas Riley. (English) 1912
  • Truculentus. F. Leo. (Latin) 1895
  • Truculentus, or The Churl. Henry Thomas Riley. (English) 1912

Pliny the Elder

  • The Natural History. John Bostock, M.D., F.R.S., H.T. Riley, Esq., B.A.. (English) 1855
  • Naturalis Historia. Karl Friedrich Theodor Mayhoff. (Latin) 1906

Pliny the Younger

  • Letters. (Latin)

Plutarch

  • Ad principem ineruditum. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1893
  • Ad principem ineruditum. Harold North Fowler. (English) 1936
  • Ad principem ineruditum. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • Adversus Colotem. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1895
  • Adversus Colotem. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • Aemilius Paulus. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1918
  • Agesilaus. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1917
  • Agis. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1921
  • Alcibiades. Bernadotte Perrin. (Greek and English) 1916
  • Alexander. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1919
  • Amatoriae narrationes. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1892
  • Amatoriae narrationes. Harold North Fowler. (English) 1936
  • Amatoriae narrationes. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • Amatorius. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1892
  • Amatorius. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • Animine an corporis affectiones sint peiores. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1891
  • Animine an corporis affectiones sint peiores. W. C. Helmbold. (English) 1939
  • Animine an corporis affectiones sint peiores. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • Antony. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1920
  • Apophthegmata Laconica. Frank Cole Babbitt. (Greek and English) 1931
  • Apophthegmata Laconica. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1889
  • Apophthegmata Laconica. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • Aquane an ignis sit utilior. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1895
  • Aquane an ignis sit utilior. Harold Cherniss and William C. Helmbold. (English) 1957
  • Aquane an ignis sit utilior. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • Aratus. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1926
  • Aristides. Bernadotte Perrin. (Greek and English) 1914
  • Artaxerxes. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1926
  • Bruta animalia ratione uti. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1895
  • Bruta animalia ratione uti. Harold Cherniss and William C. Helmbold. (English) 1957
  • Bruta animalia ratione uti. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • Brutus. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1918
  • Caesar. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1919
  • Caius Gracchus. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1921
  • Caius Marcius Coriolanus. Bernadotte Perrin. (English) 1916
  • Caius Marius. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1920
  • Camillus. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1914
  • Cato the Younger. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1919
  • Cicero. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1919
  • Cimon. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1914
  • Cleomenes. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1921
  • Comparationis Aristophanis et Menandri compendium. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1893
  • Comparationis Aristophanis et Menandri compendium. Harold North Fowler. (English) 1936
  • Comparationis Aristophanis et Menandri compendium. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • Comparison of Agesilaus and Pompey. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1917
  • Comparison of Agis and Cleomenes and the Gracchi. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1921
  • Comparison of Alcibiades and Coriolanus. Bernadotte Perrin. (English adn Greek) 1916
  • Comparison of Aristides with Marcus Cato. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1914
  • Comparison of Demetrius and Antony. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1920
  • Comparison of Demosthenes with Cicero. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1919
  • Comparison of Dion and Brutus. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1918
  • Comparison of Lucullus and Cimon. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1914
  • Comparison of Lycurgus and Numa. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1914
  • Comparison of Lysander and Sulla. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1916
  • Comparison of Nicias and Crassus. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1916
  • Comparison of Pelopidas and Marcellus. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1917
  • Comparison of Pericles and Fabius Maximus. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1916
  • Comparison of Philopoemen and Titus. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1921
  • Comparison of Sertorius and Eumenes. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1919
  • Comparison of Solon and Publicola. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1914
  • Comparison of Theseus and Romulus. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1914
  • Comparison of Timoleon and Aemilius. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1918
  • Compendium Argumenti Stoicos absurdiora poetis dicere. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1895
  • Compendium Argumenti Stoicos absurdiora poetis dicere. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • Compendium libri de animae procreatione in Timaeo. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1895
  • Conjugalia Praecepta. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1888
  • Conjugalia Praecepta. Frank Cole Babbitt. (English) 1928
  • Conjugalia Praecepta. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • Consolatio ad Apollonium. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1888
  • Consolatio ad Apollonium. Frank Cole Babbitt. (English) 1928
  • Consolatio ad Apollonium. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • Consolatio ad uxorem. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1891
  • Consolatio ad uxorem. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • Crassus. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1916
  • De Alexandri magni fortuna aut virtute. Frank Cole Babbitt. (Greek and English) 1936
  • De Alexandri magni fortuna aut virtute. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1889
  • De Alexandri magni fortuna aut virtute. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De amicorum multitudine. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1888
  • De amicorum multitudine. Frank Cole Babbitt. (English) 1928
  • De amicorum multitudine. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De amore prolis. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1891
  • De amore prolis. W. C. Helmbold. (English and Greek) 1939
  • De amore prolis. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De animae procreatione in Timaeo. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1895
  • De animae procreatione in Timaeo. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De capienda ex inimicis utilitate. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1888
  • De capienda ex inimicis utilitate. Frank Cole Babbitt. (English) 1928
  • De capienda ex inimicis utilitate. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De cohibenda ira. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1891
  • De cohibenda ira. W. C. Helmbold. (English and Greek) 1939
  • De cohibenda ira. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De communibus notitiis adversus Stoicos. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1895
  • De communibus notitiis adversus Stoicos. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De cupiditate divitiarum. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1891
  • De cupiditate divitiarum. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De curiositate. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1891
  • De curiositate. W. C. Helmbold. (English and Greek) 1939
  • De curiositate. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De defectu oraculorum. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1891
  • De defectu oraculorum. Frank Cole Babbitt. (English) 1936
  • De defectu oraculorum. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De E apud Delphos. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1891
  • De E apud Delphos. Frank Cole Babbitt. (English) 1936
  • De E apud Delphos. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De esu carnium I. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1895
  • De esu carnium I. Harold Cherniss and William C. Helmbold. (English) 1957
  • De esu carnium I. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De esu carnium II. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1895
  • De esu carnium II. Harold Cherniss and William C. Helmbold. (English) 1957
  • De esu carnium II. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De exilio. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1891
  • De exilio. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De faciae quae in orbe lunae apparet. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1893
  • De faciae quae in orbe lunae apparet. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De facie quae in orbe lunae apparet. Harold Cherniss and William C. Helmbold. (English) 1957
  • De fato. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1891
  • De fato. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De fortuna. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1888
  • De fortuna. Frank Cole Babbitt. (English) 1928
  • De fortuna. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De fortuna Romanorum. Frank Cole Babbitt. (Greek and English) 1936
  • De fortuna Romanorum. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1889
  • De fortuna Romanorum. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De fraterno amore. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1891
  • De fraterno amore. W. C. Helmbold. (English and Greek) 1939
  • De fraterno amore. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De garrulitate. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1891
  • De garrulitate. W. C. Helmbold. (English and Greek) 1939
  • De garrulitate. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De genio Socratis. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1891
  • De genio Socratis. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De gloria Atheniensium. Frank Cole Babbitt. (Greek and English) 1936
  • De gloria Atheniensium. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1889
  • De gloria Atheniensium. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De Herodoti malignitate. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1893
  • De Herodoti malignitate. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De invidia et odio. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1891
  • De invidia et odio. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De Iside et Osiride. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1936
  • De Iside et Osiride. Frank Cole Babbitt. (English) 1936
  • De Iside et Osiride. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De liberis educandis. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1888
  • De liberis educandis. Frank Cole Babbitt. (English) 1927
  • De liberis educandis. William W. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De primo frigido. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1893
  • De primo frigido. Harold Cherniss and William C. Helmbold. (Greek) 1957
  • De primo frigido. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De Pythiae oraculis. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1891
  • De Pythiae oraculis. Frank Cole Babbitt. (English) 1936
  • De Pythiae oraculis. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De Recta Ratione Audiendi. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1888
  • De recta ratione audiendi. Frank Cole Babbitt. (English) 1927
  • De recta ratione audiendi. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De Se Ipsum Citra Invidiam Laudando. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1891
  • De Se Ipsum Citra Invidiam Laudando. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De sera numinis vindicta. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1891
  • De sera numinis vindicta. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De sollertia animalium. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1895
  • De sollertia animalium. Harold Cherniss and William C. Helmbold. (English) 1957
  • De sollertia animalium. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De Stoicorum repugnantiis. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1895
  • De Stoicorum repugnantiis. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De superstitione. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1888
  • De superstitione. Frank Cole Babbitt. (English) 1928
  • De superstitione. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De tranquilitate animi. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1891
  • De tranquilitate animi. W. C. Helmbold. (English and Greek) 1939
  • De tranquilitate animi. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De tuenda sanitate praecepta. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1888
  • De tuenda sanitate praecepta. Frank Cole Babbitt. (English) 1928
  • De tuenda sanitate praecepta. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De unius in republica dominatione. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1893
  • De unius in republica dominatione. Harold North Fowler. (English) 1936
  • De unius in republica dominatione. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De virtute et vitio. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1888
  • De virtute et vitio. Frank Cole Babbitt. (English) 1928
  • De virtute et vitio. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De virtute morali. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1891
  • De virtute morali. W. C. Helmbold. (English and Greek) 1939
  • De virtute morali. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De vitando aere alieno. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1893
  • De vitando aere alieno. Harold North Fowler. (English) 1936
  • De vitando aere alieno. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De vitioso pudore. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1891
  • De vitioso pudore. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • Demetrius. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1920
  • Demosthenes. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1919
  • Dion. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1918
  • Eumenes. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1919
  • Fabius Maximus. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1916
  • Galba. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1926
  • Instituta Laconica. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1889
  • Instituta Laconica. Frank Cole Babbitt. (English and Greek) 1931
  • Lacaenarum Apophthegmata. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1889
  • Lacaenarum Apophthegmata. Frank Cole Babbitt. (English and Greek) 1931
  • Lives, Caius Marcius Coriolanus. Bernadotte Perrin. (Greek) 1916
  • Lives: Caius Martius Coriolanus, Julius Caesar, Marcus Brutus, Marcus Antonius, Octavius Caesar Augustus, Theseus, Alcibiades 1875
  • Lucullus. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1914
  • Lycurgus. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1914
  • Lysander. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1916
  • Marcellus. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1917
  • Marcus Cato. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1914
  • Maxime cum principbus philosopho esse diserendum. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1893
  • Maxime cum principbus philosopho esse diserendum. Harold North Fowler. (English) 1936
  • Maxime cum principbus philosopho esse diserendum. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • Mulierum virtutes. Frank Cole Babbitt. (Greek and English) 1931
  • Mulierum virtutes. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1889
  • Mulierum virtutes. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • Nicias. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1916
  • Non posse suaviter vivi secundum Epicurum. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1895
  • Non posse suaviter vivi secundum Epicurum. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • Numa. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1914
  • Otho. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1926
  • Parallela minora. Frank Cole Babbitt. (Greek and English) 1936
  • Parallela minora. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1889
  • Parallela minora. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • Pelopidas. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1917
  • Pericles. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1916
  • Philopoemen. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1921
  • Phocion. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1919
  • Platonicae quaestiones. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1895
  • Platonicae quaestiones. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • Pompey. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1917
  • Praecepta gerendae reipublicae. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1893
  • Praecepta gerendae reipublicae. Harold North Fowler. (English) 1936
  • Praecepta gerendae reipublicae. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • Publicola. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1914
  • Pyrrhus. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1920
  • Quaestiones Convivales. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1892
  • Quaestiones Convivales. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • Quaestiones Graecae. Frank Cole Babbitt. (Greek and English) 1936
  • Quaestiones Graecae. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1889
  • Quaestiones Graecae. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • Quaestiones Naturales. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1893
  • Quaestiones Naturales. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • Quaestiones Romanae. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1889
  • Quaestiones Romanae. Frank Cole Babbitt. (English and Greek) 1936
  • Quaestiones Romanae. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • Quomodo adolescens poetas audire debeat. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1888
  • Quomodo adolescens poetas audire debeat. Frank Cole Babbitt. (English) 1927
  • Quomodo adolescens poetas audire debeat. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • Quomodo adulator ab amico internoscatur. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1888
  • Quomodo adulator ab amico internoscatur. Frank Cole Babbitt. (English) 1927
  • Quomodo adulator ab amico internoscatur. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • Quomodo quis suos in virtute sentiat profectus. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1888
  • Quomodo quis suos in virtute sentiat profectus. Frank Cole Babbitt. (English) 1927
  • Quomodo quis suos in virtute sentiat profectus. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • An Recte Dictum Sit Latenter Esse Vivendum. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1895
  • An Recte Dictum Sit Latenter Esse Vivendum. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • Regum et imperatorum apophthegmata. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1889
  • Regum et imperatorum apophthegmata. Frank Cole Babbitt. (English and Greek) 1931
  • Regum et imperatorum apophthegmata. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • Romulus. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1914
  • An seni respublica gerenda sit. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1893
  • An seni respublica gerenda sit. Harold North Fowler. (English) 1936
  • An seni respublica gerenda sit. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • Septem sapientium convivium. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1888
  • Septem sapientium convivium. Frank Cole Babbitt. (English) 1928
  • Septem sapientium convivium. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • Sertorius. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1919
  • Solon. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1914
  • Sulla. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1916
  • Themistocles. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1914
  • Theseus. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1914
  • Tiberius Gracchus. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1921
  • Timoleon. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1918
  • Titus Flamininus. Bernadotte Perrin. (English and Greek) 1921
  • An virtus doceri possit. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1891
  • An virtus doceri possit. W. C. Helmbold. (English and Greek) 1939
  • An virtus doceri possit. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • Vitae decem oratorum. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1893
  • Vitae decem oratorum. Harold North Fowler. (English) 1936
  • Vitae decem oratorum. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • An vitiositas ad infelicitatem sufficia. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1891
  • An vitiositas ad infelicitatem sufficia. W. C. Helmbold. (English and Greek) 1939
  • An vitiositas ad infelicitatem sufficia. Goodwin. (English) 1874

Polybius

  • Histories. Theodorus Büttner-Wobst after L. Dindorf. (Greek and English) 1889, 1893

Sextus Propertius

  • Elegies. Lucian Mueller. (Latin) 1898

Prudentius

  • Apotheosis. H.J. Thomson. (Latin) 1949
  • Cathemerina. H.J. Thomson. (Latin) 1949
  • Contra Symmachum. H.J. Thomson. (Latin) 1949-1953
  • Dittochaeon. H.J. Thomson. (Latin) 1953
  • Epilogus. H.J. Thomson. (Latin)1953
  • Hamartigenia. H.J. Thomson. (Latin) 1949
  • Peristephanon Liber. H.J. Thomson. (Latin) 1953
  • Praefatio. H.J. Thomson. (Latin) 1949
  • Psychomachia. H.J. Thomson. (Latin) 1949

Pseudo-Plutarch

  • De fluviis. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • De musica. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1895
  • De musica. Goodwin. (English) 1874
  • Placita Philosophorum. Gregorius N. Bernardakis. (Greek) 1893
  • Placita Philosophorum. Goodwin. (English) 1874

Quintilian

  • Institutio Oratoria, books 1-3. Harold Edgeworth Butler. (English and Latin) 1920
  • Institutio Oratoria, books 1-3: introduction. Harold Edgeworth Butler. (English) 1920
  • Institutio Oratoria, books 1-3: index. Harold Edgeworth Butler. (English and Latin) 1920
  • Institutio Oratoria, books 10-12. Harold Edgeworth Butler. (Latin and English) 1922
  • Institutio Oratoria, books 4-6. Harold Edgeworth Butler. (Latin and English) 1921
  • Institutio Oratoria, books 4-6: notes. Harold Edgeworth Butler. (English) 1921
  • Institutio Oratoria, books 7-9. Harold Edgeworth Butler. (Latin and English) 1922
  • Institutio Oratoria, books 7-9: introduction. Harold Edgeworth Butler. (English) 1922

Curtius Rufus, Quintus

  • Historiae Alexandri Magni. Edmund Hedicke. (Latin) 1908

Jeffrey A. Rydberg-Cox

  • Overview of Greek Syntax, 2000

Sallust

  • Catilina, Iugurtha, Orationes Et Epistulae. Axel W. Ahlberg. (Latin) 1919
    1. Catilinae Coniuratio
    2. Bellum Iugurthinum
    3. Historiae
  • Catilina, Iugurtha, Orationes Et Epistulae index. Axel W. Ahlberg. (Latin) 1919
  • Catilina, Iugurtha, Orationes Et Epistulae intro. Axel W. Ahlberg. (Latin) 1919
  • Catilina, Iugurtha, Orationes Et Epistulae textual notes. Axel W. Ahlberg. (Latin) 1919
  • The Catilinarian Conspiracy. (Latin)
  • Consipiracy of Catiline. John Selby Watson, Rev. John Selby Watson, M.A.. (English) 1899
  • The Jugurthine War. (Latin)
  • The Jugurthine War. John Selby Watson, Rev. John Selby Watson, M.A.. (English) 1899

J. E. Sandys

  • Select Private Orations of Demosthenes. (English) 1910

Scriptores Historiae Augustae, Vol 1. David Magie. (Latin) 1921

  • De Vita Hadriani
  • Helius
  • Antoninus Pius
  • Marcus Antoninus Philosophus
  • Verus
  • Avidius Casius
  • Commodus Antoninus
  • Pertinax
  • Didius Julianus
  • Severus
  • Pescennius Niger
  • Clodinus Albinus

Scriptores Historiae Augustae, Vol 2. David Magie. (Latin) 1924

  • Antoninus Caracalla
  • Antoninus Geta
  • Opilius Macrinus
  • Diadumenus Antoninus
  • Antoninus Heliogobalus
  • Alexander Severus
  • Maximini Duo
  • Goridani Tres
  • Maximus et Balbinus

Scriptores Historiae Augustae, Vol 3. David Magie. (Latin) 1932

  • Gallieni Duo
  • Tyranni Triginta
  • Divus Claudius
  • Divus Aurelianus
  • Tacitus
  • Probus
  • Firmus Saturninus, Proculus et Bonosus
  • Carus et Carinus et Numerianus

Seneca the Elder

  • Controversiae. Adolf Gottlieb Kiessling. (Latin) 1872
  • Excerpta Controversiae. Adolf Gottlieb Kiessling. (Latin) 1872
  • Fragmenta. Adolf Gottlieb Kiessling. (Latin) 1872
  • Suasoriae. Adolf Gottlieb Kiessling. (Latin) 1872

Seneca

  • Ad Lucilium Epistulae Morales. Richard M. Gummere. (Latin) 1917-1925
  • Agamemnon. Adolf Peiper, Gustav Richter. (Latin) 1921
  • Apocolocyntosis. W.H.D. Rouse, W.H.D. Rouse, M.A. Litt. D.. (Latin and English) 1913
  • Apocolocyntosis: introduction. W.H.D. Rouse, W.H.D. Rouse, M.A. Litt. D.. (English) 1913
  • De Beneficiis. John W. Basore. (Latin) 1935
  • De Brevitate Vitae. John W. Basore. (Latin) 1932
  • De Clementia. John W. Basore. (Latin) 1928
  • De Consolatione ad Helvium. John W. Basore. (Latin) 1932
  • De Consolatione ad Marciam. John W. Basore. (Latin) 1932
  • De Consolatione ad Polybium. John W. Basore. (Latin) 1932
  • De Constantia. John W. Basore. (Latin) 1928
  • De Ira. John W. Basore. (Latin) 1928
  • De Otio. John W. Basore. (Latin) 1932
  • De Providentia. John W. Basore. (Latin) 1928
  • De Tranquillitate Animi. John W. Basore. (Latin) 1932
  • De Vita Beata. John W. Basore. (Latin) 1932
  • Hercules Furens. Adolf Peiper, Gustav Richter. (Latin) 1921
  • Hercules Oetaeus. Adolf Peiper, Gustav Richter. (Latin) 1921
  • Medea. Adolf Peiper, Gustav Richter. (Latin) 1921
  • Octavia. Adolf Peiper, Gustav Richter. (Latin) 1921
  • Oedipus. Adolf Peiper, Gustav Richter. (Latin) 1921
  • Phaedra. Adolf Peiper, Gustav Richter. (Latin) 1921
  • Phoenissae. Adolf Peiper, Gustav Richter. (Latin) 1921
  • Thyestes. Adolf Peiper, Gustav Richter. (Latin) 1921
  • Troades. Adolf Peiper, Gustav Richter. (Latin) 1921

Maurus Servius Honoratus

  • Commentary on the Aeneid of Vergil. Georgius Thilo. (Latin) 1881
  • Commentary on the Eclogues of Vergil. Georgius Thilo. (Latin) 1881
  • Commentary on the Georgics of Vergil. Georgius Thilo. (Latin) 1881

Thomas D. Seymour

  • Commentary on Homer's Iliad, Books I-III. (English) 1891
  • Commentary on Homer's Iliad, Books IV-VI. (English) 1891

H. Sharpley

  • Demosthenes: Olynthiacs I, II, III. (English) 1900

Paul Shorey

  • Commentary on Horace, Odes, Epodes, and Carmen Saeculare. (English) 1910

Charles Simmons

  • The Metamorphoses of Ovid, Books XIII and XIV. (English) 1899

Charles F. Smith

  • Commentary on Thucydides Book 6. (English) 1913
  • Commentary on Thucydides Book 7. (English) 1886
  • Commentary on Thucydides: Book 3. (English) 1894

Josiah Renick Smith

  • Xenophon: Memorabilia. (English) 1903

Quintus Smyrnaeus

  • Fall of Troy. Arthur S. Way. (Greek) 1913

Aratus Solensis

  • Phaenomena. G. R. Mair. (Greek) 1921

Sophocles

  • Ajax. Sir Richard Jebb. (Greek and English) 1893
  • Antigone. Sir Richard Jebb. (Greek and English) 1891
  • Electra. Sir Richard Jebb. (Greek and English) 1894
  • Ichneutae. Arthur S. Hunt. (Greek) 1912
  • Oedipus at Colonus. Sir Richard Jebb. (Greek and English) 1889
  • Oedipus Tyrannus. Sir Richard Jebb. (Greek and English) 1887
  • Philoctetes. Sir Richard Jebb. (Greek and English) 1898
  • Trachiniae. Sir Richard Jebb. (Greek and English) 1892
  • Tracking Satyrs. Anne Mahoney. (English) 2000

Statius, P. Papinius

  • Achilleis. John Henry Mozley. (Latin) 1928
  • Silvae. John Henry Mozley. (Latin) 1928
  • Thebais. John Henry Mozley. (Latin) 1928

Strabo

  • Geography. (Greek and English) 1877, 1924
  • Geography. H.C. Hamilton, Esq., W. Falconer, M.A.. (English) 1903

C. Suetonius Tranquillus

  • De Vita Caesarum. Maximilian Ihm. (Latin) 1999
    1. Divus Julius
    2. Divus Augustus
    3. Tiberius
    4. Caligula
    5. Divus Claudius
    6. Nero
    7. Galba
    8. Otho
    9. Vitellius
    10. Divus Vespasianus
    11. Divus Titus
    12. Domitianus
  • The Lives of the Caesars. Alexander Thomson. (English) 1889
    1. Divus Julius
    2. Divus Augustus
    3. Tiberius
    4. Caligula
    5. Divus Claudius
    6. Nero
    7. Galba
    8. Otho
    9. Vitellius
    10. Divus Vespasianus
    11. Divus Titus
    12. Domitianus
    13. Agricola

Sulpicia

  • Six Poems. Anne Mahoney. (English) 2000

Cornelius Tacitus

  • Annales. Charles Dennis Fisher. (Latin) 1906
  • de Origine et Situ Germanorum Liber. Henry Furneaux. (Latin) 1900
  • De Vita Iulii Agricolae. Henry Furneaux. (Latin) 1900
  • Dialogus de Oratoribus. Henry Furneaux. (Latin) 1900
  • Historiae. Charles Dennis Fisher. (Latin) 1911

Tertullian

  • Apologeticum. T.R. Glover. (Latin) 1931
  • De Spectaculis. T.R. Glover. (Latin) 1931

Theocritus

  • Idylls. R. J. Cholmeley, M.A.. (Greek) 1901

Theophrastus

  • Characters. Hermann Diels. (Greek) 1909

Thucydides

  • History of the Peloponnesian War. Thomas Hobbes. (English) 1843
  • History of the Peloponnesian War. Benjamin Jowett. (English) 1881
  • The Peloponnesian War. (English) 1910

Tibullus

  • Elegiae. J. P. Postgate. (Latin) 1915

Titi Livi ab urbe condita libri editionem priman curavit Guilelmus Weissenborn editio altera auam curavit Mauritius Mueller Pars IV. Libri XLI-CXLII Fragmenta. Index. William Weissenborn, Maurice Mueller. (English)

James A. Towle

  • Commentary on Plato: Protagoras. James A. Towle. (English) 1889

Tryphiodorus

  • The Taking of Ilios. A. W. Mair. (Greek) 1928

T. G. Tucker

  • Commentary on Thucydides: Book 8. (English) 1892

P. Vergilius Maro (Virgil)

  • Aeneid. Theodore C. Williams. (English) 1910
  • Aeneid. J. B. Greenough. (Latin) 1900
  • Eclogues. J. B. Greenough. (Latin and English) 1895, 1900
  • Georgicon. J. B. Greenough. (Latin and English) 1900

Vitruvius Pollio

  • De Architectura. F. Krohn. (Latin) 1912
  • The Ten Books on Architecture. Morris Hicky Morgan. (English) 1914

Xenophon

  • Anabasis. (Greek) 1904
  • Anabasis. Carleton L. Brownson. (English) 1922
  • Cyropaedia. (Greek) 1910
  • Cyropaedia. Walter Miller. (English) 1914
  • Hellenica. (Greek) 1900
  • Hellenica. Carleton L. Brownson. (English) 1918, 1921
  • Memorabilia. (Greek) 1921
  • Memorabilia. E. C. Marchant. (English) 1923
  • Minor Works. (Greek) 1920
    1. Agesilaus
    2. On the Cavalry Commander
    3. Constitution of the Lacedaimonians
    4. Hiero
    5. On the Art of Horsemanship
    6. On Hunting
    7. Ways and Means
  • Minor Works. E. C. Marchant, G. W. Bowersock, tr. Constitution of the Athenians.. (English) 1925
    1. Agesilaus
    2. On the Cavalry Commander
    3. Constitution of the Lacedaimonians
    4. Hiero
    5. On the Art of Horsemanship
    6. On Hunting
    7. Ways and Means
  • Works on Socrates. (Greek and English) 1921, 1975
    1. Apology
    2. Economics
    3. Symposium

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