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[John Damascene]. BARLAAM AND IOASAPH. Translated by G. R. Woodward and Harold Mattingly One of the best known examples of the hagiographic novel, this is the tale of an Indian prince who becomes aware of the world's miseries, is converted to Christianity by the monk Barlaam, founds a Christian kingdom, and spends his later years as a hermit in the desert. Not until the mid-nineteenth century was it fully recognized that this Greek romance is actually the legend of the Buddha in a Christianized version. D. M. Lang's Introduction traces the parallels between the two stories, notes the influences of the Manichaean creed, and discusses the importance of Arabic versions of the legend. 1914/6th printing/676pp., /With an introduction by David M. Lang (1967) ( Volume 34 )   ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[TM00001] Achilles Tatius. LEUCIPPE AND CLITOPHON. Translated by Stephen Gaselee Leucippe and Clitophon, written in the 2nd century A.D., is exceptional among the ancient romances in being a first-person narrative: the adventures of the young couple are recounted by the hero himself. The colourful story Clitophon tells us includes shipwrecks, apparent deaths, attacks by pirates and brigands, abductions, and other frights and obstacles. Love triumphs in the end. Achilles Tatius' style is notable for descriptive detail and for his engaging digressions. l917/revised 1969/5th printing/478pp., /index   - 99050 1   ( Volume 45)  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[NM116] Achilles Tatius. Leucippe and Clitophon.. ( volumr 45) fine  ) Hardback in d/j     £16.95

[NM118] Aelian. Historical Miscellany. Bi- ligual edition Greek-English.( Volume 486) fine Hardback in d/J.     £16.95

[NM117] Aelian. On the Characteristics of Animals. vol 1-3, Books 1-17. bi-ligual edition Greek-English. ( Volumes 446,448,449 ) 3 Volumes ,fine Hardbacks in d/j.     £49.50

[090809] Aeneas Tacticus. ASCLEPIODOTUS, AND ONASANDER. Translated by the Illinois Greek Club 1923/5th printing/542pp., /index   - 99172 9 ( Volume 156  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[NM119] Aeneas Tacticus, Asclepiodotus and Onasander.. bi-ligual edition Greek-English. |, ( Volume156 ) fine Hardback in d/j     £16.95

[NM120] Aeschines. bi- ligual edition Greek - English. ( Volume 106) fine Hardback in d/j.     £16.95

[TM00003] Aeschines. Translated by C. D. Adams. 1919/5th printing/552pp., /index   - 99118 4 ( Volume 106  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[NM122] Aeschylus. Volume 1: Suppliant Maidens. Persian. Prometheus. Seven Against Thebes. Volume 2: Agamemnon Libation-Bearers. Eumenides. Fragments.. |, bi-ligual Greek- English., ( Volumes 145 & 146 ) fine Hardbacks in d/j.     £35.00

[TM00004] Aeschylus. Translated by Herbert Weir Smyth. 2 Volumes VOLUME I. SUPPLIANT MAIDENS. PERSIANS. PROMETHEUS. SEVEN AGAINST THEBES 1922/11th printing/464pp., /index   - 99160 5 ( Volume 145 VOLUME II. AGAMEMNON. LIBATION-BEARERS. EUMENIDES. FRAGMENTS 1926/11th printing/index/ Appendix, 1957, by H. Lloyd-Jones: fragments published since 1930/618pp.,   - 99161 3 ( Volume 146  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £35.00

[NM123] Alciphron, Aelian, and Philostratus.. The Letters.. bi- ligual Greek - English ( Volume 383 ). fine  ) Hardback, d/j     £16.95

[TM00005] Alciphron, Aelian, and Philostratus.. Letters. Classical Antiquity Loeb. THE LETTERS 1949/4th printing/600pp., /indexes   - 99421 3 ( Volume 383  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[TM00006] AMMIANUS MARCELLINUS. History. 3 Volumes.. ( Volumes 300, 315, 331) Ammianus was a Greek from Antioch. He served many years as an officer in the Roman army, in Gaul and in campaigns against the Persians, and then settled in Rome, where he wrote his history of the Roman Empire (Res gestae) in Latin--enlivening his Latin style with a touch of the Greek east. The portion of the history that survives covers in wonderful detail a period of 25 years in the historian's own lifetime: the reigns of Constantius, Julian (whom he greatly admired), Jovian, Valentinian I, and Valens. Ammianus' personal experience supplements the variety of reports and archives on which he draws. His is a dramatic narrative, the scene continually shifting from Gaul to Mesopotamia, from Milan to Constantinople. He gives us skillfully crafted portraits of personalities and vivid descriptions of military operations, with all the immediacy of an eyewitness account. VOLUME I. BOOKS XIV-XIX 1935/revised1950/6th printing/632pp., /map VOLUME II. BOOKS XX-XXVI 1940/5th printing/692pp., /frontispiece, 2 plates, 2 maps, index. VOLUME III. BOOKS XXVII-XXXI. EXCERPTA VALESIANA 1939/6th printing/612pp., /frontispiece, 2 maps, index   Hardbacks in fine D/J's     £49.50

[TM00007-1] Apollodorus. THE LIBRARY. 2 Volumes.. ( Volumes 121 and 122 ) Translated by J. G. Frazer Providing a grand summary of Greek myths and heroic legends, the Library is an essential account of what the Greeks believed about the origin and early history of the world and of the Hellenic people. This treasury of narratives about gods and heroes has been attributed to Apollodorus of Athens (born ca. 180 BC), but its author probably lived in the 1st or 2nd century of our era. In his highly regarded notes to the Loeb edition J. G. Frazer compares the various forms of these same stories found in different ancient authors. VOLUME I. BOOKS I-III.ix 1921/8th printing/464pp., VOLUME II. BOOK III.x-end. EPITOME 1921/8th printing/552pp.,   Hardback in fine D/J     £35.00

[NM124] Apollodorus. The Library. 2 Volumes. bi - ligual Greek- English., ( Volumes 121/122 ) ., fine hardbacks in d/j.     £35.00

[TM00008] Apollonius Rhodius. ARGONAUTICA. Translated by R. C. Seaton Apollonius' epic in four Books recounts the legend of Jason's expedition on the Argo--the first ship to be built--into unknown territory to capture the prized Golden Fleece from King Aeetes of Colchis. The Argonauts, a band of fifty heroes (including Heracles at the outset, Orpheus, and Peleus), sail from Thessaly, across the Aegean and through the terrifying Clashing Rocks (Symplegades) into the Black Sea to distant Colchis, where--with the help of the King's daughter Medea and her magical gifts--Jason finally succeeds in his mission. The adventures of the homeward journey, by way of the Danube, Po, and Rhone Rivers and Libya, fill the final book. Love is a central theme in Apollonius' heroic tale: the poet tellingly depicts the flowering of Medea's violent passion for Jason. This Hellenistic epic saga reads like an heir to Homer and exerted a profound influence on Virgil's Aeneid as well as on the Latin and Greek romances of the coming centuries. 1912/9th printing/448pp., /index   - 99001 3 ( Volume 1     £16.95

[090685] Apostolic Fathers 2 Volumes. ( Volumes 24 and 25 ). Volume 1.. I Clement II Clement. Ignatius. Polycarp. Didache. Barnabas.. Volume 2. Shepherd of Hermas. Martydom of Polycarp. Epistle to Diognetus.. bi-ligual Greek- English texts. fine   Hardbacks in d/j's     £35.00

[NM127] Apostolic Fathers Volume 1.. I Clement II Clement. Ignatius. Polycarp. Didache. Barnabas.. bi- ligual Greek- english.( Volume 24) fine Hardback.     £16.95

[NM128] Apostolic Fathers Volume 2. Shepherd of Hermas. Martydom of Polycarp. Epistle to Diognetus.. bi-ligual Greek- English ,.( Volume 25)     £16.95

[NM129] Appian. Roman History. 4 Volumes. Volume 1.Books 1-8.1 re-issue of the 1912 edn. Volume II Books 8.2-12. Volumes III and IV: The civil wars, Books 1-3.26/3.27-5 ( Volumes 2 to 5 ) re-issue of the 1912 edn. 484pp., fine  ) Hardbacks in d/j's 672pp., Bi-lingual edition Greek-English. fine Hardbacks in d/j's ¶ ** Appian (Appianus) was a Greek official of Alexandria. He saw the Jewish rebellion of 116 CE, and later became a Roman citizen and advocate and received the rank of eques (knight). In his older years he held a procuratorship. He died during the reign of Antoninus Pius who was emperor 138-161 CE. Honest admirer of the Roman empire though ignorant of the institutions of the earlier Roman republic, he wrote, in the simple ’common’ dialect, 24 Books of ’Roman affairs’, in fact conquests, from the beginnings to the times of Trajan (emperor 98-117 CE). Eleven have come down to us complete, or nearly so, namely those on the Spanish, Hannibalic, Punic, Illyrian, Syrian, and Mithridatic wars, and five Books on the Civil Wars. They are valuable records of military history.     £69.50

[TM00009] APULEIUS. METAMORPHOSES ("THE GOLDEN ASS"). 2 Volumes Translated by J. Arthur Hanson VOLUME I. BOOKS I-VI 1989/2nd printing/390pp., ( Volumes 44 and 453 ) VOLUME II. BOOKS VII-XI l989/384pp., /index . new  ) Hardbacks in fine dust jackets. Hanson here provides for the first time a modern, readable and accurate English translation of the Metamorphoses." --Classical Review The Metamorphoses of Apuleius, also known as The Golden Ass, is truly enchanting: a delightful romance combining realism and magic. The hero, Lucius, eager to experience the sensations of a bird, resorts to witchcraft, but an unfortunate pharmaceutical error turns him into an ass. The bulk of the novel recounts his adventures as an animal. Lucius also retails many stories he overhears, the most charming being that of Cupid and Psyche; some are as ribald as they are witty.     £35.00

[NM136] ARISTOPHANES. Birds, Lysistrata. Women at the Thesmophoria.. Bi- ligual Greek-English ( Volume 179)fine Hardback m,. d/j.     £16.95

[SH0186] ARISTOPHANES. Translated by Jeffrey Henderson. 5 Volumes. ( series ) Aristophanes of Athens (ca. 446-386 B.C.) one of the world's greatest comic dramatists, has been admired since antiquity for his iridescent wit and beguiling fantasy, exuberant language, and brilliant satire of the social, intellectual, and political life of Athens at its height. He wrote at least forty plays, of which eleven have survived complete. In the first Volume of a new Loeb edition of Aristophanes, Jeffrey Henderson presents a freshly edited Greek text of two plays, a general introduction, and a lively, unexpurgated translation with full explanatory notes. VOLUME I. ACHARNIANS. KNIGHTS The general introduction that begins Volume I brings current scholarly insights to bear on the intriguing question of the comic poet as a political force. In Acharnians a small landowner, tired of the Peloponnesian War, magically arranges a personal peace treaty and demonstrates the injustice of war in a contest with the bellicose Acharnians. Also in this Volume is Knights, perhaps the most biting satire of a political figure. 1998/416pp.,index. VOLUME II. CLOUDS.WASPS.PEACE Translated Jeffrey Henderson In this second Volume of the new  edition of Aristophanes, Jeffrey Henderson presents a freshly edited Greek text of three plays and a lively, unexpurgated translation. Socrates' "Thinkery" is at the center of Clouds, which spoofs untraditional techniques for educating young men. Wasps satirizes Athenian enthusiasm for jury service and the law courts as well as the city's susceptibility to demagogues. In Peace, a rollicking attack on war-makers, the farmer hero makes his famous trip to heaven on a dung beetle to discuss the issues with Zeus. An introduction to each play and full explanatory notes serve as a steady guide to the playwright's topical allusions. 1998/624pp., /index. Volume III: Birds. Lysistrata. Women at the Thesmophoria . 2000, 624pp., Volume IV: , Frogs. Assemblywomen. Wealth 2002, Index 608pp., Volume V, Fragments Aristophanes. 2008, 576pp., ? The eleven plays by Aristophanes that have come down to us intact brilliantly illuminate the eventful period spanned by his forty-year career, beginning with the first production in 427 BCE. But the Athenians knew much more of his work: over forty plays by Aristophanes were read in antiquity, of which nearly a thousand fragments survive. These provide a fuller picture of the poet's ever astonishing comic vitality and a wealth of information and insights about his world. Jeffrey Henderson's new, widely acclaimed Loeb edition of Aristophanes is completed by this Volume containing what survives from, and about, his lost plays, hitherto inaccessible to the nonspecialist, and incorporating the enormous scholarly advances that have been achieved in recent years. new  ) Hardbacks in fine D/J's     £89.50

[NM135] ARISTOPHANES. Clouds, Wasps, Peace.. Bi-ligual Edition Greek-English, ( leob Classical Library Volume 2. Hardback m,. d/j.     £16.95

[NM134] ARISTOPHANES. Archarnians. Knights.. Bi-ligual edition Greek-English. ( Leob Classical library Volume 178) Fine Hardback m, d/j.     £16.95

[NM138] ARISTOTLE. Works in Bi-Lingual Greek-English Edition 23 Volumes.. Ed. and translated by H P Coke, A L Peck and many others. ( Volumed 325, 391,400,255, 338, 397, 288, 437, 438, 439, 323, 366, 307, 316, 317, 271, 287, 73, 285,264, 193, 199 ), Volume 1: Categories. On Interpretationn. Prior analytics; Vol2; Posterior Analytics. Topica ; Vol 3; On sophistical Refutations,on coming to be or passing away., On the cosmos. l400, Voliv: Physics. Books i-iv. l-228, Vol v: physics Books v-viii, L255. Vol vi: On the heavens, L338. Vol vii: Meteorologica L397. Voliii; n the Soul Parva Naturalia on Breath. L288. Volix History of Animals, Books i-iii ,L437, Volx; history of animals and Books iv-vi,L438.Vol xi: history of animals and Books Vii-x., L439. Vol xii; parts of animals. movement of animals, progression of animals., L323. Vol xiii: Generation of animals L366. Volxiv Minor works. On colours. On things heard physiognomics. On plants. On Marvellous things heard. Mechanical Problems. On indivisable Lines. The Situations and names of winds. On Melissus, Xenophanes, Goorgias. L307. Volxv; problems Books i-xxi. L316. Vol;xvi problems Books xxii-xxxviii., rhetorica ad alexandrum L317. Vol;xvii, metaphysics, Books i-ix l271. Vol xviii metaphysics Books x-xiv oeconomica, magna moralia. l287. Vol;xix; nicomachean ethics. l73. Vol xx athenian constitution. eudemian ethics virtues and vices. l285. Volxxi politics l267. Volxxii, the art of rhetoric l 193. Vol xxiii poetics, longinus. on the sublime. demetrius. on style L199. re-issues of the editions published between 1926 and 1991. fine Hardbacks in d/j     £395.00

[NM139-2] Arrian. Anabasis of Alexander. Indica. 2 Volumes. Bi lingual Greek-English Translated by P A Brunt, based on the translation by E Iliff Robson. Anabasis of Alexander Books 1-7 and Indica. ( Volumes 236 and 269 )  ) Hardbacks in d/j. re-issues of the editions 1976 and 1983.     £35.00

[TM0011-1] Athenaeus. THE DEIPNOSOPHISTS. 7 Volumes.. ( Volumes 204, 208, 224, 235, 274, 327, 345 ) Translated by Charles Burton Gulick In the Deipnosophists or Sophists at Dinner, Athenaeus pretends to tell about a dinner party at a scholar's house to which guests brought texts for reading and discussion. The work is enjoyable in itself and of great value as a treasury of quotations from works now lost. The reader also learns much about Greek, Persian, Roman, and Sicilian cuisine; the music and entertainments that ornamented banquets; and the intellectual talk that was the heart of Greek conviviality. VOLUME I. BOOKS I-III.106c 1927/revised 1951/5th printing/506pp., /index VOLUME II. BOOKS III.106c-V 1928/3rd printing/542pp., VOLUME III. BOOKS VI-VII 1929/4th printing/518pp., VOLUME IV. BOOKS VIII-X 1930/5th printing/616pp., VOLUME V. BOOKS XI-XII 1933/6th printing/562pp., /index/12 . VOLUME VI. BOOKS XIII-XIV.653b 1937/6th printing/560pp., /index. VOLUME VII. BOOKS XIV.653b-XV 1941/5th printing/596pp., /general. Fine  ) Hardbacks in fine D/J's     £125.00

[NM140] Athenaeus. The Deipnosophists. 7 Volumes.. Bi-ligual edition Greek- English. ( Leob classical library Volume 1 Books i-iii, L204., Vol 2 L208., Vol 3 L224., Vol 4 L235., Vol 5 L274.,Vol 6 L 327., Vol 7 L 345. {postage abroad for this set is GBP 15.20 }     £125.00

[TM0012-B] AUGUSTINE. CITY OF GOD. 7 Volumes.Confessions 2 Volumes and Select Letters One Volume. Together 10 Volumes. ( Volumes 411,412,413,414,415,416,417, 26,27, 239 ) CITY OF GOD, 7 VOLUMES : VOLUME I. BOOKS I-III Translated by G. E. McCracken l957,/490pp., VOLUME II. BOOKS IV-VII Translated by W. M. Green 1963/542pp., VOLUME III. BOOKS VIII-XI Translated by David S. Wiesen 1968/584pp., VOLUME IV. BOOKS XII-XV Translated by Philip Levine 1966, 592pp., V. BOOKS XVI-XVIII.35 Translated by Eva M. Sanford and W. M. Green 1965, /526pp., VOLUME VI. BOOKS XVIII.36-XX Translated by W. C. Greene 1960, 462pp., VOLUME VII. BOOKS XXI-XXII Translated by W. M. Green 1972, 480pp., /General index CONFESSIONS 2 VOLUMES, Translated by W. Watts (1631) VOLUME I. BOOKS I-VIII, 1912, 480pp., /index VOLUME II. BOOKS IX-XIII 1912/11th printing/488pp., /index . SELECT LETTERS Translated by J. H. Baxter l930, 590pp., /index -  ) Hardbacks in fine D/J's Augustinus (354-430 CE), son of a pagan, Patricius of Tagaste in North Africa, and his Christian wife Monica, while studying in Africa to become a rhetorician, plunged into a turmoil of philosophical and psychological doubts in search of truth, joining for a time the Manichaean society. He became a teacher of grammar at Tagaste, and lived much under the influence of his mother and his friend Alypius. About 383 he went to Rome and soon after to Milan as a teacher of rhetoric, being now attracted by the philosophy of the Sceptics and of the Neo-Platonists. His studies of Paul's letters with Alypius and the preaching of Bishop Ambrose led in 386 to his rejection of all sensual habits and to his famous conversion from mixed beliefs to Christianity. He returned to Tagaste and there founded a religious community. In 395 or 396 he became Bishop of Hippo, and was henceforth engrossed with duties, writing and controversy. He died at Hippo during the successful siege by the Vandals.     £165.00

[TM0012-2] AUGUSTINE. CITY OF GOD. 7 Volumes.. ( Volumes 411,412,413,414,415,416,417 ) VOLUME I. BOOKS I-III Translated by G. E. McCracken l957,/490pp., VOLUME II. BOOKS IV-VII Translated by W. M. Green 1963/542pp., VOLUME III. BOOKS VIII-XI Translated by David S. Wiesen 1968/584pp., VOLUME IV. BOOKS XII-XV Translated by Philip Levine 1966, 592pp., V. BOOKS XVI-XVIII.35 Translated by Eva M. Sanford and W. M. Green 1965, /526pp., VOLUME VI. BOOKS XVIII.36-XX Translated by W. C. Greene 1960, 462pp., VOLUME VII. BOOKS XXI-XXII Translated by W. M. Green 1972, 480pp., /General index .  ) Hardbacks in fine D/J's Augustinus (354-430 CE), son of a pagan, Patricius of Tagaste in North Africa, and his Christian wife Monica, while studying in Africa to become a rhetorician, plunged into a turmoil of philosophical and psychological doubts in search of truth, joining for a time the Manichaean society. He became a teacher of grammar at Tagaste, and lived much under the influence of his mother and his friend Alypius. About 383 he went to Rome and soon after to Milan as a teacher of rhetoric, being now attracted by the philosophy of the Sceptics and of the Neo-Platonists. His studies of Paul's letters with Alypius and the preaching of Bishop Ambrose led in 386 to his rejection of all sensual habits and to his famous conversion from mixed beliefs to Christianity. He returned to Tagaste and there founded a religious community. In 395 or 396 he became Bishop of Hippo, and was henceforth engrossed with duties, writing and controversy. He died at Hippo during the successful siege by the Vandals.     £125.00

[TM0013-2] AUSONIUS. Translated by H. G. Evelyn-White. 2 Volumes. (s -  Volumes 96 and 115 ) VOLUME I. BOOKS I-XVII , 442pp., frontispiece VOLUME II. BOOKS XVIII-XX; PAULINUS PELLAEUS, EUCHARISTICUS . 374pp., /index . latest printins  ) Hardbacks in fine D/J's     £35.00

[NM141] Babrius and Phaedrus. Babrius and Phaedrus. Bi-ligual edition Greek-English ( Volume L436.fine Hardback m,.d/j.     £16.95

[TM0014] Babrius and Phaedrus. Fables. Translated, with an historical introduction and a survey of Greek and Latin Fables, by Ben E. Perry Babrius' humorous and pointed fables in Greek verse probably date from the 1st century A.D. From the same period come the lively fables in Latin verse written by Phaedrus, which satirize social and political life in Augustan Rome. This rich collection includes a comprehensive analytical survey of Greek and Latin fables in the Aesopic tradition. 1965/4th printing/736pp., /indexes   - 99480 9 ( Volume 436  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[TM0016] BEDE. HISTORICAL WORKS. 2 Volumes Translated by J. E. King VOLUME I. ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY, BOOKS I-III 1930/6th printing/542pp., /map   - 99271 7 ( Volume 246 VOLUME II. ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY, BOOKS IV-V. LIVES OF THE ABBOTS. LETTER TO EGBERT 1930/6th printing/528pp., /index   - 99273 3 ( Volume 248  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £35.00

[TM0017] BOETHIUS. THE THEOLOGICAL TRACTATES. Classical Antiquity Loeb. Translated by H. F. Stewart and E. K. Rand 1918, revised by S. J. Tester THE CONSOLATION OF PHILOSOPHY Translated by S. J. Tester The classical and Christian worlds come together in Boethius, the last writer of purely literary Latin from ancient times. His theological works, the Tractates, analyze questions on the Trinity and incarnation in Aristotelian terms. His famed Consolation of Philosophy, conceived as a dialogue between himself and Philosophy, is theistic in tone but draws freely on Greek and especially Neoplatonist sources. 1973/4rd printing/458pp., /index   - 99083 8 ( Volume 74     £16.95

[TM0018] CAESAR. Translated by H. J. Edwards. 3 Volumes VOLUME I GALLIC WAR Caesar left wonderfully detailed accounts of his strategies and campaigns. The eight Books collected as The Gallic War, reporting on his conquests of Gaul and two invasions of Britain, form an extraordinary source for military history and a masterful narrative. Edwards includes a descriptive appendix on the Roman army. 1917/18th printing/642pp., /7 maps/indexes   - 99080 3 ( Volume 72 VOLUME II. CIVIL WARS Translated by A. G. Peskett The history of the Roman Republic for the years 49-48 B.C. centers on two striking personalities: Julius Caesar and Pompey. Caesar's account of the war between them, from its outbreak to the decisive battle of Pharsalus in 48--in lucid and spare prose--is here well translated by Peskett. 1914/11th printing/382pp., /6 maps/index   - 99043 9 ( Volume 39 VOLUME III. ALEXANDRIAN, AFRICAN AND SPANISH WARS Translated by A. G. Way 1955/5th printing/440pp., /6 maps/indexes   - 99443 4 ( Volume 402     £49.50

[F0538] Callimachus. Hymns and Epigrams, Lycophron , Aratus, Phaenomena. Lycophron, Aratus.. bi lingual edition Greek- Transl. by A.W. & G.R. Mair. English ( Volume L129 ) ,fine Hardback, d/j [sp]     £12.95

[TM0019] Callimachus. AETIA, IAMBI, HECALE AND OTHER FRAGMENTS. Translated by C. A. Trypanis (1958) MUSAEUS, HERO AND LEANDER Edited by T. Gelzer and translated by C. H. Whitman l975/3rd printing/440pp., /indexes ( Volume 421  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[NM143] Callimachus. Aetia, Iambi, Hecale and Other Fragments. Bi lingual edition Greek and English. ( Volumes)     £16.95

[TM0021] CATO AND VARRO. ON AGRICULTURE. Translated by W. D. Hooper and H. B. Ash A dominant political and military figure in Rome in the second century BC, Cato was also a notable historian and preeminent orator, a constant champion of traditional Roman virtues. Only fragments of orations and of his history remain. His sole surviving work, De Agricultura, is our earliest complete Latin prose text. Here he addresses the man with money to invest, strongly recommending farming for its security and profitability. He gives instructions and advice for efficient management of labor and resources. His down-to-earth style is enlivened by folk wisdom and rustic enthusiasms. Varro was considered the most learned Roman of his time. His Res rustica (37 BC), however, is not a practical treatise but attractive instruction about agricultural life meant for prosperous country gentlemen. Its dialogue form, with several participants, allows for good characterization, amusing stories, and striking observations. 1934/7th printing/570pp., /indexes   - 99313 6 ( Volume 283  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[TM0022] Catullus. Tibullus. Pervigilium Veneris. Translated by F. W. Cornish, J. P. Postgate, J. W. Mackail. "An authoritative and up-to-date... text and a translation that communicates accurately and clearly the meaning of the Latin." --Michael Roberts, New England Classical Newsletter & Journal The previous bowdlerized edition of Catullus is completely revised and corrected here. This Second Edition restores lines that had been omitted from the Latin text for their "indecency," and provides a complete and accurate re-translation. The text of Tibullus has been emended; the text of Pervigilium Veneris has been thoroughly corrected and the translation revised. 1913/revised1950,1962/18 printings/2nd edition, revised by G. P. Goold, 1988/2nd printing/394pp., /indexes   - 99007 2 ( Volume 6  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[TM0023] CELSUS. ON MEDICINE. 3 Volumes Translated by W. G. Spencer VOLUME I. BOOKS I-IV 1935/5th printing/504pp., (s -  Volumes 292, 304, 336 ) VOLUME II. BOOKS V-VI 1938/5th printing/360pp., VOLUME III. BOOKS VII-VIII 1938/5th printing/368pp., new  ) Hardbacks in fine D/J's     £49.50

[NM145] Chariton. Callirhoe. Bi-lingual edition Greek- English ( Volume L481.)fine Hardback.m, d/j.     £16.95

[TM0024] Chariton. CALLIRHOE. Edited and translated by G. P. Goold Chariton's Callirhoe, subtitled "Love Story in Syracuse," is the oldest extant novel. It is a fast-paced historial romance with ageless charm. Chariton narrates the adventures of an exceptionally beautiful young bride named Callirhoe, beginning with her abduction by pirates -- adventures that take her as far as the court of the Persian king Artaxerxes and involve shipwrecks, several ardent suitors, an unwanted pregnancy, the hazards of war, and a happy ending. Animated dialogue captures dramatic situations, and the novelist takes us on picturesque travels. His skill makes us enthralled spectators of plots and counterplots, at trials and a crucifixion, inside a harem, among the admiring crowd at weddings, and at battles on land and sea. This enchanting tale is here made available for the first time in an English translation facing the Greek text. In his Introduction G. P. Goold establishes the book's date in the first century A.D. and relates it to other ancient fiction. "The new Loeb edition of Chariton by professor George Goold provides the best available text of Chariton and a useful translation and introduction...At a time when interest in the ancient novel is growing rapidly a Loeb of Chariton is particularly welcome. The translation is literal enough not to confuse the reader who uses it as an aid to understanding the Greek; the format of the series often appeals to students and amateur classicists who use it in this way, so this clarity is a great merit...At the same time, the translation is smooth and readable...There is a good index to the translation and introduction, and allusions are generously referenced in footnotes." --John Birchall, Scholia Reviews 1995/438pp., /map/index isbn 0-674-99530-9 ( Volume 481  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[020229] CICERO. Letters to Friends. Edited and translated by D.R. Shackleton Bailey. 3 Volumes.. [The , 205, 216, 230: Cicero XXV, XXVI, XXVII]. 2001; compact 8vo; 498, 4 78 & 475pp; two maps conclude the third Volume; bound in publisher's cloth; dustwrappers; mint condition. *This new  edition combines Shackleton Bailey's standard Latin text (now updated) with his admired translation.     £49.50

[TM0025] CICERO. RHETORICAL TREATISES and Other Works. 29 Volumes in All.. ( (=LCL) - s) - THE YEARS OF PUBLICATION INDICATED ARE AN INDICATION OF THE YEAR THE VOLUMES LISTED WERE FIRST  - A. RHETORICAL TREATISES 5 Volumes VOLUME I. [CICERO]. RHETORICA AD HERENNIUM Translated by Harry Caplan 1954/6th printing/496pp., /indexes 99444 2 (LCL Volume 403 VOLUME II. DE INVENTIONE (On Invention). DE OPTIMO GENERE ORATORUM (The Best Kind of Orator). TOPICA (Topics) Translated by H. M. Hubbell 1949/5th printing/488pp., /index 99425 6 (LCL Volume 386) VOLUME III. DE ORATORE (On the Orator), BOOKS I-II Translated by E. W. Sutton and H. Rackham 1942/7th printing/508pp., 99383 7 (LCL Volume 348) Cicero's speeches were studied as models by the Romans. He certainly ranks as one of history's most politically astute and persuasive orators. In his masterly On the Orator, he gives politicians and lawyers instruction in his art. Written in dialogue form, On the Orator makes vivid use of specific cases to show how a speaker can achieve desired affects--whether to arouse or to convince or to please listeners. VOLUME IV. DE ORATORE (On the Orator), BOOK III. DE FATO (On Fate). PARADOXA STOICORUM (Stoic Paradoxes). DE PARTITIONE ORATORIA (On the Divisions of Oratory) Cicero's speeches were studied as models by the Romans. He certainly ranks as one of history's most politically astute and persuasive orators. In his masterly On the Orator, he gives politicians and lawyers instruction in his art. Written in dialogue form, On the Orator makes vivid use of specific cases to show how a speaker can achieve desired affects--whether to arouse or to convince or to please listeners. Translated by H. Rackham 1942/7th printing/448pp., /indexes 99384 5 (LCL Volume 349) VOLUME V. BRUTUS.ORATOR Translated by G. L. Hendrickson and H. M. Hubbell Brutus gives an account of the Roman tradition of public and lawcourt speeches from its beginning to what Cicero described as the polished and entertaining speeches of his own day. Along the way Cicero has interesting things to say about the influence of the speaker's audience on his style and technique. Also notable here is an autobiographical sketch. Cicero's own very wide practical experience informs Orator, which depicts the ideal speaker. Here he details the principles of eloquent oratory and quotes instructive examples. Both works date from 46 BC and are dedicated to the author's promising young friend, Brutus, later famous in the conspiracy against Caesar. 1939/7th printing/548pp., /indexes 99377 2 (LCL Volume 342) B: ORATIONS 10 Volumes VOLUME VI. PRO QUINCTIO. PRO ROSCIO AMERINO. PRO ROSCIO COMOEDO. THE THREE SPEECHES ON THE AGRARIAN LAW AGAINST RULLUS Translated by J. H. Freese 1930/6th printing/516pp., /index 99265 2 (LCL Volume 240) VOLUME VII. THE VERRINE ORATIONS I: AGAINST CAECILIUS; AGAINST VERRES, PART I; PART II, BOOKS I-II Translated by L. H. G. Greenwood l928/7th Imp /530pp., /index 99243 1 (LCL Volume 221) VOLUME VIII. THE VERRINE ORATIONS II: AGAINST VERRES, PART II, BOOKS III-V Translated by L. H. G. Greenwood 1935/6th printing/704pp., /index 99323 3 (LCL Volume 293) VOLUME IX. PRO LEGE MANILIA. PRO CAECINA. PRO CLUENTIO. PRO RABIRIO PERDUELLIONIS REO Translated by H. Grose Hodge 1927/7th printing/512pp., /index 99218 0 (LCL Volume 198) VOLUME X. IN CATILINAM I-IV. PRO MURENA. PRO SULLA. PRO FLACCO Translated by C. Macdonald l976/3rd printing/636pp., /Bibliography/index 99358 6 (LCL Volume 324 VOLUME XI. PRO ARCHIA. POST REDITUM IN SENATU. POST REDITUM AD QUIRITES. DE DOMO SUA. DE HARUSPICUM RESPONSIS. PRO CN. PLANCIO Translated by N. H. Watts 1923/7th printing/558pp., /index 99174 5 (LCL Volume 158 VOLUME XII. PRO SESTIO. IN VATINIUM Translated by R. Gardner 1958/3rd printing/398pp., /Bibliography/index 99341 1 (LCL Volume 309 VOLUME XIII. PRO CAELIO. DE PROVINCIIS CONSULARIBUS. PRO BALBO Translated by R. Gardner 1958/4th printing/405pp., /Bibliography/index 99492 2 (LCL Volume 447) VOLUME XIV. PRO MILONE. INPISONEM. PRO SCAURO. PRO FONTEIO. PRO RABIRIO POSTUMO. PRO MARCELLO. PRO LIGARIO. PRO REGE DEIOTARO Translated by N. H. Watts 1931/revised 1953/7th printing/560pp., /index 99278 4 (LCL Volume 252) VOLUME XV. PHILIPPICS Translated by Walter C. A. Ker 1926/8th Printing /670pp., /index 99208 3 (LCL Volume 189 C. PHILOSOPHICAL TREATISES 6 Volumes VOLUME XVI. DE RE PUBLICA (On the Republic). DE LEGIBUS (On the Laws) Translated by Clinton W. Keyes 1928/11th printing/544pp., /index 99235 0 (LCL Volume 213) VOLUME XVII. DE FINIBUS (On Ends) Translated by H. Rackham 1914/9th printing/534pp., /index 99044 7 (LCL Volume 40) VOLUME XVIII. TUSCULAN DISPUTATIONS Translated by J. E. King 1927/revised 1945/8th printing/630pp., /index 99156 7 (LCL Volume 141) VOLUME XIX. DE NATURA DEORUM (On the Nature of the Gods). ACADEMICA (Academics) Translated by H. Rackham 1933/8th printing/688pp., /indexes 99296 2 (LCL Volume 268 VOLUME XX. DE SENECTUTE (On Old Age). DE AMICITIA (On Friendship). DE DIVINATIONE (On Divination) Translated by W. A. Falconer 1923/12th printing/580pp., /indexes 99170 2 (LCL Volume 154) VOLUME XXI. DE OFFICIIS (On Duties) Translated by Walter Miller 1913/12th printing/442pp., /index 99033 1 (LCL Volume 30 D. LETTERS 8 Volumes LETTERS TO ATTICUS 4 Volumes Translated by D.R. Shackleton Bailey In letters to his dear friend Atticus, Cicero reveals himself as to no other of his correspondents except, perhaps, his brother. These letters, in this four-Volume series, also provide a vivid picture of a momentous period in Roman history--years marked by the rise of Julius Caesar and the downfall of the Republic. When the correspondence begins in November 68 b.c. the 38-year-old Cicero is a notable figure in Rome: a brilliant lawyer and orator, who has achieved primacy at the Roman bar and a political career that would culminate in the Consulship in 63. Over the next twenty-four years--to November 44, a year before he was put to death by the forces of Octavian and Mark Antony--Cicero wrote frequently to his friend and confidant, sharing news and discussing affairs of business and state. It is to this corpus of over 400 letters that we owe most of our information about Cicero's literary activity. And taken as a whole the letters provide a first-hand account of social and political life in Rome. D. R. Shackleton Bailey's authoritative edition and translation of the Letters to Atticus is now added to the  (replacing an outdated edition); it is a revised version of his Cambridge Classical Texts and Commentaries edition, and includes many explanatory notes. VOLUME XXII. 1998 99571 6 (LCL Volume 7 VOLUME XXIII. 1998 99572 4 (LCL Volume 8 VOLUME XXIV. 1998 99573 2 (LCL Volume 97 VOLUME XXIX. 1998 99540 6 (LCL Volume 491 LETTERS TO HIS FRIENDS 3 Volumes Translated by W. Glynn Williams VOLUME XXV. BOOKS I-VI l927/7th printing/562pp., /index 99225 3 (LCL Volume 205 VOLUME XXVI. BOOKS VII-XII 1929/7th printing/670pp., /index 99238 5 (LCL Volume 216 VOLUME XXVII. BOOKS XIII-XVI 1929/5th printing/424pp., /index 99253 9 (LCL Volume 230 LETTERS TO HIS BROTHER QUINTUS Translated by W. Glynn Williams 1929 LETTERS TO BRUTUS Translated by M. Cary 1954 HANDBOOK OF ELECTIONEERING. LETTER TO OCTAVIAN Translated by Mary I. Henderson VOLUME XXVIII. 1972/3rd printing/474pp., 99509 0 (LCL Volume 462) all  ) Hardbacks in fine D/J's. WE HAVE SEPARATE VOLUMES AVAILABLE OF THIS SET, PLEASE ASK.  £495.00

[090964-1] CLAUDIAN. 2-Volume Set in the Loeb Series (vol;s. 135 and 136). VOLUME I: PANEGYRIC ON PROBINUS AND OLYBRIUS. AGAINST RUFINUS I AND II. WAR AGAINST GILDO. AGAINST EUTROPIUS I AND II. FESCENNINE VERSES ON THE MARRIAGE OF HONORIUS. EPITHALAMIUM OF HONORIUS AND MARIA. PANEGYRICS ON THE THIRD AND FOURTH CONSULSHIPS OF HONORIUS. PANEGYRIC ON THE CONSULSHIP OF MANLIUS. ON STILICHO'S CONSULSHIP I 1922/5th printing/420pp., VOLUME II. ON STILICHO'S CONSULSHIP II-III. PANEGYRIC ON THE SIXTH CONSULSHIP OF HONORIUS. THE GOTHIC WAR. SHORTER POEMS. RAPE OF PROSERPINA I-III 1922/5th printing/420pp., /index  fine  ) Hardbacks in dtto d/w's     £35.00

[NM146] Clement of Alexandria. The Exhortation to the Greeks, the Rich Man's Salvation; Fragment Entitled to the Newly Baptized.. Bi- lingual edition greek- English.( Volume L92 .) fine Hardback m,.d/j.     £16.95

[TM0027] Clement of Alexandria. THE EXHORTATION TO THE GREEKS;THE RICH MAN'S SALVATION; and a short fragment entitled TO THE NEWLY BAPTIZED. Translated by G. W. Butterworth A key figure in early Christianity and its reaction to Hellenic culture, Clement (born probably A.D. 150 in Athens) had a wide knowledge of Greek literature--as his frequent quotations of Homer, Hesiod, the playwrights, and Platonic and Stoic philosophers attest. His "Exhortation to the Greeks"--in which he calls on the Greeks to give up their gods and turn to Christ--shows familiarity with the mystery cults. Along with the "Exhortation" this Volume presents "The Rich Man's Salvation," a homily that offers a glimpse of Clement's public teaching. 1919/7th printing/432pp., /index   - 99103 6 ( Volume 92  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[091176-2] COLUMELLA. On Agriculture. 3 Loeb Volumes.. (s -  Volumes 361, 407 and 408 ) Columella's Res rustica is the fullest treatment of agriculture in Latin, and here we can learn a great deal about what life in the country was like in Italy in the first century AD. Columella discusses the layout and staffing of a farm and the duties of the overseer and his wife as well as the care of barnyard animals and cultivation of vegetables, fruit trees, and grapevines. Written in stylish prose, he draws on many previous Greek, Punic, and Latin writers, including Cato and Varro, but his personal experience is paramount. Book 10, on horticulture, is written in hexameter verse. VOLUME I. ON AGRICULTURE DE RE RUSTICA, BOOKS I-IV Translated by Harrison B. Ash 1941/5th printing/496pp., VOLUME II. ON AGRICULTURE DE RE RUSTICA, BOOKS V-IX Translated by E. S. Forster and Edward H. Heffner 1954/3rd printing/516pp., VOLUME III. ON AGRICULTURE DE RE RUSTICA, BOOKS X-XII. ON TREES Translated by E. S. Forster and Edward H. Heffner 1955/4th printing/444pp., /indexes .  ) Hardbacks in fine D/J's     £49.50

[TM0029-1] CORNELIUS NEPOS. Translated by John C. Rolfe. Cornelius Nepos is the earliest biographer in Latin whose work has come down to us. We have his "Book on the Great Generals of Foreign Nations" (first published in about 35 BC, containing 19 biographies of Greek military commanders, two pieces on the Carthaginians Hamilcar and Hannibal, and one on the Cappadocian Datames. These are short popular biographies written in a plain readable style. 1929/6th printing/366pp., /index   - 99514 7 ( Volume 467  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[TM0030-1] CURTIUS, QUINTUS. HISTORY OF ALEXANDER. 2 Volumes Translated by John C. Rolfe ( Volumes 368/369 ) This biography, written in Latin in the 1st or 2nd century ad, is one of the five extant works on which we depend for the career of Alexander the Great. Curtius narrates events effectively and in a lively style, giving particular attention to the development of his heroe's character. > he says; but he does not invent (except in reporting speeches), and this is a substantive and firmly based account. VOLUME I. BOOKS I-V 1946/5th printing/456pp., VOLUME II. BOOKS VI-X 1946/5th printing/636pp., /map/index.  ) Hardbacks in fine D/J's     £35.00

[TM0031] Demosthenes. Translated by J. H. Vince. 7 Volumes (s -  Volumes 238 , 155, 299, 318, 346, 351, 374 ) VOLUME I. OLYNTHIACS I-III. PHILIPPIC I. ON THE PEACE. PHILIPPIC II. ON HALONNESUS. ON THE CHERSONESE. PHILIPPICS III AND IV. ANSWER TO PHILIP'S LETTER. PHILIP'S LETTER. ON ORGANIZATION. ON THE NAVY-BOARDS. FOR THE LIBERTY OF THE RHODIANS. FOR THE PEOPLE OF MEGALOPOLIS. ON THE TREATY WITH ALEXANDER. AGAINST LEPTINES (I-XVII AND XX) 1930/later printing/632pp., /index VOLUME II. DE CORONA. DE FALSA LEGATIONE (XVIII-XIX) Translated by C. A. Vince and J. H. Vince l926/7th printing/490pp., /index VOLUME III. AGAINST MEIDIAS. AGAINST ANDROTION. AGAINST ARISTOCRATES. AGAINST TIMOCRATES. AGAINST ARISTOGEITON I AND II (XXI-XXVI) Translated by J. H. Vince 1935/5th printing/610pp., /index VOLUME IV. PRIVATE ORATIONS (XXVII-XL) Translated by A. T. Murray 1936/6th printing/538pp., VOLUME V. PRIVATE ORATIONS (XLI-XLIX) Translated by A. T. Murray 1939/4th printing/432pp., VOLUME VI. PRIVATE ORATIONS (L-LVIII). IN NEAERAM (LIX) Translated by A. T. Murray 1939/5th printing/464pp., VOLUME VII. FUNERAL SPEECH (LX). EROTIC ESSAY (LXI). EXORDIA. LETTERS Translated by N. W. De Witt and N. J. De Witt 1949/3rd printing/400pp., /general index     £125.00

[Nm147] Demosthenes. Olynthiacs I-iii. Philippie I. On the Peace. Phillipie Ii. On Halonnesus. On Halonnesus. On the Chersonese. Phillipie Iii-iv. Answer to Philip's Letter. Phillip's Letter. On Organisation. On the Navy Boards. For the Liberty. Bi lingual edition Greek- English. ( Volume) fine Hardback m/ d/j     £16.95

[nm150-4] Dio Cassius. Roman History. 9 Volumes.. ( Volumes vol 37, 37, 53, 66, 82,83,,175,176,177) Translated by Earnest Cary, based on translation by H.B. Foster. Reprints of the editions published from 1914 - 1927. Vol 1; fragments of Books 1-11.. Vol 2; Fragments of Books 12-35 and of uncertain reference.. Vol 3 ; Books 36-40 . Vol 4; Books 41-45. . Vol 5 ; Books 46-50 . vol 6; Books 51-55. . vol 7; Books 56-60 . vol 8; Books 61-70 vol 9 Books 71-80 . as new  ) Hardbacks in d/j. very fine condition. ? Dio Cassius (Cassius Dio), ca. AD 150 - 235, was born at Nicaea in Bithynia in Asia Minor. On the death of his father (Roman governor of Cilicia) he went in 180 to Rome, entered the Senate, and under the emperor Commodus was an advocate. He held high offices, becoming a close friend of several emperors. He was made governor of Pergamum and Smyrna; consul in 220; proconsul of Africa; governor of Dalmatia and then of Pannonia; and consul again in 229. Of the eighty Books of Dio's great work Roman History, covering the era from the legendary landing of Aeneas in Italy to the reign of Alexander Severus (AD 222 - 235), we possess Books 36 - 60 (36 and 55 - 60 have gaps), which cover the years 68 BC - AD 47. The missing portions are partly supplied, for the earlier gaps by Zonaras, who relies closely on Dio, and for some later gaps (Book 35 onwards) by John Xiphilinus (of the eleventh century). There are also many excerpts. The facilities for research afforded by Dio's official duties and his own industry make him a very vital source for Roman history of the last years of the republic and the first four emperors.     £158.00

[TM0033] Dio Chrysostom. 5 Volumes. Translated by J. W. Cohoon. ( Volumes 257 339, 358, 376, 385 ) (Discourses 1-31) and H. Lamar Crosby (Discourses 32-80) VOLUME I. DISCOURSES l-11 1932/4th printing/586pp., /index VOLUME II. DISCOURSES 12-30 1939/5th printing/448pp., /index . VOLUME III. DISCOURSES 31-36 1940/5th printing/490pp., /index . VOLUME IV. DISCOURSES 37-60 1946/3rd printing/478pp., / VOLUME V. DISCOURSES 61-80. FRAGMENTS. LETTERS. 1951/3rd printing/5l0pp., /testimonia/ general index . fine  ) Hardbacks in fine D/J     £89.55

[TM0034] Diodorus Siculus. LIBRARY OF HISTORY. 12 Volumes.. (s -  Volumes ) VOLUME I. BOOKS I-II.34 Translated by C. H. Oldfather l933/5th printing/498pp., /2 maps/index . VOLUME II. BOOKS II.35-IV.58 Translated by C. H. Oldfather 1935/6th printing/544pp., /2 maps VOLUME III. BOOKS IV.59-VIII Translated by C. H. Oldfather l939/5th printing/440pp., /2 maps/index - VOLUME IV. BOOKS IX-XII.40 Translated by C. H. Oldfather 1946/5th printing/474pp., /4 maps/index VOLUME V. BOOKS XII.41-XIII Translated by C. H. Oldfather 1950/4th printing/460pp., /2 maps/index VOLUME VI. BOOKS XIV-XV.19 Translated by C. H. Oldfather 1954/4th printing/386pp., /map/. VOLUME VII. BOOKS XV.20-XVI.65 Translated by C. L. Sherman 1952/5th printing/438pp., /2 maps/. VOLUME VIII. BOOKS XVI.66-XVII Translated by C. Bradford Welles 1963/4th printing/492pp., /2 maps/ VOLUME IX. BOOKS XVIII-XIX.65 Translated by Russel M. Geer 1947/4th printing/434pp., /2 maps/ VOLUME X. BOOKS XIX.66-XX Translated by Russel M. Geer 1954/5th printing/460pp., /3 maps/ VOLUME XI. FRAGMENTS OF BOOKS XXI-XXXII Translated by Francis R. Walton 1957/3rd printing/490pp., /map/ VOLUME XII. FRAGMENTS OF BOOKS XXXIII-XL Translated by Francis R. Walton, General index by Russel M. Geer 1967/2nd printing/686pp., /general index.,  ) Hardbacks in fine D/J     £215.00

[NM202] Diodorus Siculus. Library of History. 12 Volumes. |, ( Volumes 279,303, 340,375,384, 399, 389, 422, 377, 390, 409, 423 ) Bi-lingual English-Greek edition. Vol 1: Books -ii.34., ,Vol2,ii.35-iv.58., vo 3 Books iv.59-viii,,.vol iv., Books ix-xii.40. vol v. Books xii.41-xiii., vol vi,Books xiv-xv.19. vol.vii.Books xv.2o-xvi.65.,,vol viii, Books xvi.66-xvii.. vol ix.Books xviii-xix.65. ,vol x Books xix.66-xx. , vol xi fragments of Books xxi- xxxii. ,vol xii, fragments of Books xxxiii-xl. fine  ) Hardback set in d/j's.     £215.00

[091836-1] Dionysius of Halicarnassus. ROMAN ANTIQUITIES. 7 Volumes. and CRITICAL ESSAYS 2 Volumes, Together 9 Volumes. s ( Volumes 319, 347, 357, 364, 372, 378, 388, 465, 466. Translated by Earnest Cary VOLUME I. BOOKS I-II 1937/5th printing/602pp., /index . VOLUME II. BOOKS III-IV 1939/5th printing/538pp., /index VOLUME III. BOOKS V-VI.48 1940/4th printing/394pp., / VOLUME IV. BOOKS VI.49-VII 1943/4th printing/392pp., /index . VOLUME V. BOOKS VIII-IX.24 1945/4th printing/384pp., /index. VOLUME VI. BOOKS IX.25-X 1947/3rd printing/378pp., VOLUME VII. BOOK XI, FRAGMENTS OF BOOKS XII-XX 1950/3rd printing/482pp., /General index. CRITICAL ESSAYS 2 Volumes Translated by Stephen Usher VOLUME I. ANCIENT ORATORS. LYSIAS. ISOCRATES. ISAEUS. DEMOSTHENES. THUCYDIDES 1974/670pp., /index. VOLUME II. ON LITERARY COMPOSITION. DINARCHUS. LETTERS TO AMMAEUS AND POMPEIUS 1985/454pp., /index . 9 fine  ) Hardbacks in fine dust jackets.     £158.00

[NM205] Epictetus.. Discourses 2 Volumes.. Bi-lingual English-Greek Texts. Translated by W A Oldfather. 2 Volumes ( Volumes 131 & 218 ),vol 1. discourses. Books 1-11.. vol 2. discourses. Books iii-iv. fragments. the encheiridion,  ) Hardbacks in d/j.     £35.00

[002748] Euripides. Trojan Women. Ed. By David Kovacs, , No.10. In English & Ancient Greek Ed. D. Kovacs WITH Iphigenia Among the Taurians AND Ion.[ classics ancient history classical antiquity] Cloth in d/j     £16.95

[021108] Euripides. Bacchae, Iphigenia at Aulis, Rhesus.. 0, Euripides Volume VI translated by David Kovacs. ( Series Volume 495 ) 2002, 455pp.  ) Hardback in d/j     £16.95

[Nm206] Euripides. Bi-lingual English-Greek Texts. 6 Volumes. |, Translated by David Kovacs. ( Volumes 12, 484, 9, 10, 11 495 ), vol 1 cyclops. alcestis.medea., vol ii children of Heracles. hippolytus. andromache. hecuba.,. vol iii, suppliant women. electra Heracles., vol iv. trojan women. iphigenia among the taurians. ion. , vol. V: Helen Phoenician women. Orestes. Volume 6: Bacchae, Iphigenia at Aulis, Rhesus. 1994-2002,  ) Hardbacks in d/j     £106.00

[TM0036] Eusebius. ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY. 2 Volumes. (s Greek/English -  Volumes 153 and 265 ) most recent reprints, 582,512pp., Volume I. Books 1-5 Translated by Kirsopp Lake . Volume II. Books 6-10 Translated by J. E. L. Oulton , index  ) Hardback set in fine D/J's ¶ ** Eusebius of Caesarea, ca. 260-340 CE, born in Palestine, was a student of the presbyter Pamphilus whom he loyally supported during Diocletian's persecution. He was himself imprisoned in Egypt, but became Bishop of Caesarea about 314. At the Council of Nicaea in 325 he sat by the emperor, led a party of moderates, and made the first draft of the famous creed. Of Eusebius's many learned publications we have Martyrs of Palestine and Life of Constantine; several apologetic and polemic works; parts of his commentaries on the Psalms and Isaiah; and the Chronographia, known chiefly in Armenian and Syriac versions of the original Greek. But Eusebius's chief fame rests on the History of the Christian Church in ten Books published in 324-325, the most important ecclesiastical history of ancient times, a great treasury of knowledge about the early Church.     £35.00

[TM0037] FLORUS. EPITOME OF ROMAN HISTORY. Translated by E. S. Forster 1929/6th printing/396pp., /index   - 99254 7 ( Volume 231 (See also MINOR LATIN POETS, Volume II)  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[TM0038] FRONTINUS. STRATAGEMS. AQUEDUCTS. Translated by C. E. Bennett and Mary B. McElwain 1925/7th printing/524pp., /2 maps/ 4 illustrations/index   - 99192 3 ( Volume 174     £16.95

[TM0039] FRONTO. CORRESPONDENCE. 2 Volumes Translated by C. R. Haines VOLUME I. 1919/5th printing/366pp.,   - 99124 9 ( Volume 112 VOLUME II. 1920/5th printing/378pp., /indexes   - 99125 7 ( Volume 113  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £35.00

[TM0040] GALEN. ON THE NATURAL FACULTIES. Translated by A. J. Brock 1916/7th printing/396pp., /index and glossary   - 99078 1 ( Volume 71  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[TM0041-1] Gellius. ATTIC NIGHTS. 3 Volumes. ( Volumes 195, 200 and 212 ) Translated by John C. Rolfe An engaging writer of the Antonine period, Aulus Gellius was a man of wide interests and great admiration for Greek culture. His Attic Nights is a collection of absorbing short chapters about notable events, words and questions of literary style, lives of historical figures, points of law, and philosophical issues that served as instructive light reading for the cultivated Roman. The workÕs title derives simply from the fact that Gellius began to write these pieces during stays in Athens. Variety adds to the charm of the miscellany: the author makes use of reminiscence as a literary form, dramatizations, character sketches, dialogues, extensive quotations from other writers (many from works now lost). He was long considered a model of the perennial humanist. VOLUME I. BOOKS I-V 1927/7th printing/528pp., /indexes VOLUME II. BOOKS VI-XIII 1927/5th printing/570pp., /indexes . VOLUME III. BOOKS XIV-XX 1927/6th printing/530pp., /indexes. s ) Fine  ) Hardbacks in dto. D/J's     £49.50

[NM209-2] Greek Anthology.. Greek Anthology. Bi-lingual English-Greek Texts. 5 Volumes. |, ( Volumes 67, 68, 84, 85, 86 ) vol i, book, christians epigrams. book ii; christodorus of thebes in Egypt. book iii; the cyzicene epigrams. book iv; the proems of the different anthologies. book v; the amatory epigrams. book vi; the dedicatory epigrams., . Vol ii, book vii sepulchral epigrams. book viii; the epigrams of st. gregory the theologian. , vol iii,book ix; the declamatory epigrams.,. vol.iv. book x; the hortatory and admonitory epigrams. book xi;the convivial and satirical epigrams. book xii; strato's musa puerilis, vol.v, book xiii; epigrams in various metres. book ivx; arithmetical problems, riddles, oracles. book xv; miscellanea. book xvi; epigrams of the planudean anthology not in the palatine. manuscript., The Greek Anthology (Gathering of Flowers) is the name given to a collection of about 4500 short Greek poems (called epigrams but usually not epigrammatic) by about 300 composers. To the collection (called Stephanus—wreath or garland) made and contributed to by Meleager of Gadara (1st century BCE) was added another by Philippus of Thessalonica (late 1st century CE), a third by Diogenianus (2nd century), and much later a fourth, called the Circle, by Agathias of Myrina. These (lost) and others (also lost) were partly incorporated, arranged according to contents, by Constantinus Cephalas (early 10th century?) into fifteen Books now preserved in a single manuscript of the Palatine Library at Heidelberg. The grand collection was rearranged and revised by the monk Maximus Planudes (14th century) who also added epigrams lost from Cephalas’s compilation.  ) Hardbacks in d/j     £89.50

[TM0044-1] Greek Lyric.. 5 Volumes. Edited and translated by David A. Campbell. ( Volumes 142, 143, 144, 476, 461 ) The edition is remarkable for its comprehensiveness, good layout and printing, good textual judgment, and fluent, accurate translation. VOLUME I. SAPPHO AND ALCAEUS Here are the complete extant works of the two illustrious singers of sixth-century Lesbos: Sappho, the most famous woman poet of antiquity, whose main theme was love; and Alcaeus, poet of wine, war, and politics. Ancient reports about the lives and work of the two are presented along with all readable fragments. 1982/3rd printing/5l0pp., VOLUME II. ANACREON, ANACREONTEA, CHORAL LYRIC FROM OLYMPUS TO ALCMAN This Volume in David Campbell's highly praised edition of the Greek lyric poets contains the work of Anacreon, composer of solo song, as well as the Anacreonta (for which Campbell provides a very helpful in-depth introduction). Here, too, are the earliest writers of choral poetry, notably the seventh-century Spartans Alcman and Terpander. Ancient reports about the lives and work of these poets are represented along with all readable fragments. 1988/576pp., /index . VOLUME III. STESICHORUS, IBYCUS, SIMONIDES, AND OTHERS The most important poets writing in Greek in the 6th century B.C. came from Sicily and southern Italy. Stesichorus was called by ancient writers most Homeric--a recognition of his epic themes and noble style. Ibycus, too, wrote lyrical narratives on mythological themes, and composed erotic poems as well. Simonides was successful in various genres; his work includes victory odes, dirges, and dithyrambic poetry. All the extant verse of these poets is given here, along with the ancients' accounts of their lives and works. Also in this Volume are ten contemporary poets, including Arion, Lasus, and Pratinas. 1991/660pp., /index . VOLUME IV. BACCHYLIDES, CORINNA, AND OTHERS Bacchylides was a master of the captivating narrative and wrote choral poetry of many types. We have a number of his victory odes as well as dithyrambs and other hymns. Also represented in this Volume is the Boeotian Corinna, whose work, versions of local myths, survives in greater quantity than that of any other Greek woman poet except Sappho. Other women are here too: Myrtis, Telesilla of Argos, Charixena, and Praxilla of Sicyon. Also included are Timocreon of Rhodes, Diagoras of Melos, and Ion of Chios. 1992/428pp., /index . VOLUME V. THE NEW SCHOOL OF POETRY AND ANONYMOUS SONGS AND HYMNS Toward the end of the fifth century B.C. Aristophanes and others used contemporary poets as targets for jokes, making fun of their innovations in language and music. The dithyrambs of Melanippides, Cinesias, Phrynis, Timotheus, and Philoxenus are remarkable examples of this new style.The poets of the new school, active from the mid-5th to the mid-4th century, are presented in this final Volume of David Campbell's widely praised edition of Greek lyric poetry. This Volume also collects folk songs, drinking songs, and other anonymous pieces. The folk songs include children's ditties, marching songs, love songs, and snatches of cult poetry. The drinking songs are derived mainly from Athenaeus' collection of Attic scolia. 1993/492pp., /index . A definitive edition of Greek Lyric. New  ) Hardbacks in fine D/J's     £89.55

[TM0045] Greek MATHEMATICAL WORKS. Selections Illustrating the History of Greek Mathematics. Translated by Ivor Thomas and Othern Works. 2 Volumes.. Selections Illustrating the History of Greek Mathematics. Translated by Ivor Thomas VOLUME I. FROM THALES TO EUCLID 1939/6 printings, rev. 1980/rev. 1991/2nd printing/562pp., pp.,   - 99369 1 ( Volume 335 VOLUME II. FROM ARISTARCHUS TO PAPPUS 1941/6th printing/revised 1992/694pp., /indexes   - 99399 3 ( Volume 362  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £35.00

[TM0046-1] HERODIAN. HISTORY OF THE EMPIRE. 2 Volumes Translated by C. R. Whittaker VOLUME I. BOOKS I-IV 1969/2nd printing/564pp., VOLUME II. BOOKS V-VIII 1971/342pp., /index ( Volumes 454 and ) 455 new  ) Hardbacks in fine D/J. ? The History of Herodian (born ca. 178?179 CE) covers a period of the Roman empire from the death of the emperor Marcus Aurelius (180 CE) to the accession of Gordian III (238), half a century of turbulence, in which we can see the onset of the revolution which, in the words of Gibbon, "will ever be remembered, and is still felt by the nations of the earth." In these years, a succession of frontier crises and a disastrous lack of economic planning established a pattern of military coups and increasing cultural pluralism. Of this revolutionary epoch we know all too little. The selection of chance has destroyed all but a handful of the literary sources that deal with the immediate post- Antonine scene. Herodian's work is one of the few that have survived, and it has come down to us completely intact. Of the author we know virtually nothing, except that he served in some official capacity in the empire of which he wrote. His History was apparently produced for the benefit of people in the Greek-speaking half of the Roman empire. It betrays the faults of an age when truth was distorted by rhetoric and stereotypes were a substitute for sound reason. But it is an essential document for any who would try to understand the nature of the Roman empire in an era of rapidly changing social and political institutions.     £35.00

[090563] Herodotus. The Persian Wars. 4 Volumes. ( vols. 117,118,119,120 ) Books 1 - 9. Translated by C R whittaker. Re-issues of the editions published 1929 - 1925. 526,434,588,424pp., 8 maps. each Volume has an index. fine set in d/w.     £69.50

[TM0047] Hesiod. HOMERIC HYMNS EPIC CYCLE. HOMERICA.. Translated by Hugh G. Evelyn-White Herodotus considered the > of Hesiod to be the only coherent account of Greek theology to survive from early times. A veritable pageant of the divine world, it recounts, in rich complexity, the rise of the primeval gods and the universe from Chaos, the triumph of Zeus, and the history-making interaction of gods and mortals. In closing the poet calls upon the Muses to sing of the > an invocation that links this work to the > (a poem preserved only in part), which focuses on the illustrious heroines of mythology and their children in successive generations to track the descent of the Greek people. This Volume also includes the 33 Hymns addressed to individual gods that were traditionally ascribed to Homer. 1914/Appendix added by D. L. Page 1936/ 17th printing/706pp., index ( Volume 57  ) Hardback in fine D/J [ SP ]     £9.50

[092456-3] Hippocrates. ANCIENT MEDICINE. AIRS, WATERS, PLACES. EPIDEMICS I & III. THE OATH, THE SACRED DISEASE. THE ART. BREATHS. LAW. And Other Works . 8 Volumes.. 8 Volumes ( Volumes 147, 148,149,159,472, 473, 477, 482,) s Ancient Greek-English. Hippocrates, said to have been born in Cos in or before 460 B.C., learned medicine and philosophy and traveled widely as a medical doctor and teacher. Of the roughly 70 medical treatises collected under his name--the Hippocratic Collection--many are not by him; even the famous Hippocratic Oath (in Volume I of the Loeb edition) may not be his. But he was undeniably the "Father of Medicine." And the treatises in the Hippocratic Collection are essential sources of information about the practice of medicine in antiquity and about Greek theories concerning the human body. VOLUME I. ANCIENT MEDICINE. AIRS, WATERS, PLACES. EPIDEMICS I & III. THE OATH. PRECEPTS. NUTRIMENT Translated by W. H. S. Jones 1923/8th printing/432pp., VOLUME II. PROGNOSTIC. REGIMEN IN ACUTE DISEASES. THE SACRED DISEASE. THE ART. BREATHS. LAW. DECORUM. PHYSICIAN (Ch.l). DENTITION Translated by W. H. S. Jones 1923/8th printing/402pp., VOLUME III. ON WOUNDS IN THE HEAD. IN THE SURGERY. ON FRACTURES. ON JOINTS. MOCHLICON Translated by E.T. Withington 1928/6th printing/484pp., /2 plates VOLUME IV. NATURE OF MAN. REGIMEN IN HEALTH. HUMOURS. APHORISMS. REGIMEN I-III. DREAMS. HERACLEITUS. ON THE UNIVERSE Translated by W. H. S. Jones 1931/89th printing/582pp., /general index VOLUME V. AFFECTIONS. DISEASES I. DISEASES II Edited and translated by Paul Potter 1988/350pp., VOLUME VI. DISEASES III. INTERNAL AFFECTIONS. REGIMEN IN ACUTE DISEASES Edited and translated by Paul Potter 1988/372pp., /table of weights and measures/indexes of symptoms, drugs VOLUME VII. EPIDEMICS II, IV-VII Edited and translated by Wesley D. Smith In this seventh Volume of the ongoing Loeb edition of the Hippocratic Collection, Wesley Smith presents the first modern English translation of Books 2 and 4-7 of the Epidemics (the other two Books are already available in the first Volume). In the caseBooks and notes that make up the seven Books called Epidemics--the title originally meant "visits"--we can watch ancient physicians observing patients, noting and pondering symptoms, evaluating treatments, and developing theories about the body. They appear to be physicians' noteBooks from several areas of the Aegean basin. Praise for Volume VII: "Since Littré's edition..the texts of the Epidemics, with the exception of I, III and VI, had only appeared in an edition by Pournaropoulos, and this is the first complete English translation..It is thus of enormous value in making all the Books of the Epidemics available to those without a sufficient knowledge of Greek or French--or without access to the Littré edition. It is also a welcome further step towards a complete Loeb Hippocrates, and therefore towards a much-needed available and affordable edition of the Hippocratic Corpus." -- /430pp., /map/index. VOLUME VIII. PLACES IN MAN. GLANDS. FLESHES. PRORRHETIC I-II. PHYSICIAN. USE OF LIQUIDS, Ulcers, Haemorrhoids and fistulas.     £145.00

[090204-1] HOMER. Iliad and Odyssey 4 Volumes. Iliad, vol. I, Books 1-12; vol. II, Books 13-24, Odyssey, vol. 1, Books 1-12; vol. II: Books 13-24. ( Volumes 170, 171, 104, 105) The works attributed to Homer include the two oldest and greatest European epic poems, the Odyssey and the Iliad. These have been published in the  for three quarters of a century, the Greek text facing a faithful and literate prose translation by A. T. Murray. William F. Wyatt now brings the Loeb's Iliad up to date, with a rendering that retains Murray's admirable style but is written for today's readers. 2006-2007, new  ) Hardbacks in fine dust jackets.     £69.50

[021106] HOMER. Homeric Hymns, Homeric Apocrypha, Lives of Homer. 0, Ed. and transl. by M L West. ( Series Volume 496) ix, xi, 467pp. Bound. 2003     £16.95

[TM0049-2] Horace. ODES AND EPODES and indexes SATIRES, EPISTLES, ARS POETICA 2 Volumes. ( Volumes 33 and 194) Translated by C. E. Bennett Horace (b. 65 BC) claims the lyric poetry of Sappho and Alcaeus as models for his celebrated odes. His four Books cover a wide range of moods and topics: friendship is the dominant theme of about a third of the poems; a great many deal with love and amorous situations, often amusingly; others deal with patriotic and political themes. The seventeen epodes, which Horace called iambi, were also inspired by a Greek model: the seventh century iambic poetry of Archilochus. As in the odes, love and politics are frequent themes; some of the epodes also display mockery and ridicule, of a harsher variety than we find in Horace's satires. 1914/revised 1927, 1968/19th printing/ 460pp., /indexes. SATIRES, EPISTLES, ARS POETICA Translated by H. R. Fairclough In the style originated by Lucilius, Horace in his satires mocks himself as well as the world's vices and follies. The main purpose of the first book (published about 35 B.C.) is to entertain; attacks on moral and literary faults frequently are directed at specific individuals, but the poet's tone is rarely abusive. The poems in the second book make playful use of dramatic presentation and humorous situations. The verse epistles, addressed to real people, seem to reveal many aspects of the poet's opinions and way of life. This Volume also contains the Ars Poetica, a series of often memorably expressed maxims for the guidance of young poets, which famously set forth Horace's literary theory and critical judgments about theater as well as the poet's craft. 1926/13th printing/540pp., /indexes s -  ) Hardbacks in fine dust wrappers.     £35.00

[TM0050] ISAEUS. Translated by E. S. Forster. 1927/later printing/506pp., index ( Volume 202)  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[TM0051-2] Isocrates. Translated by George Norlin. 3 Volumes  Volumes 209, 229, 373 ) VOLUME I.: TO DEMONICUS. TO NICOCLES. NICOCLES OR THE CYPRIANS. PANEGYRICUS. TO PHILIP. ARCHIDAMUS 1928/6th printing/466pp.; VOLUME II. ON THE PEACE. AREOPAGITICUS. AGAINST THE SOPHISTS. ANTIDOSIS. PANATHENAICUS Translated by George Norlin 1929/6th printing/550pp.; VOLUME III. EVAGORAS. HELEN. BUSIRIS. PLATAICUS. CONCERNING THE TEAM OF HORSES. TRAPEZITICUS. AGAINST CALLIMACHUS. AEGINETICUS. AGAINST LOCHITES. AGAINST EUTHYNUS. LETTERS I-IX Translated by La Rue Van Hook 1945/6th printing/534pp., /general index (s.  ) Hardbacks in fine D/J's     £49.50

[TM0052] JEROME. SELECT LETTERS. Translated by F. A. Wright The letters of Saint Jerome are an essential source for our knowledge of Christian life in the 4th-5th centuries; they also provide insight into one of the most striking and complex personalities of the time. Jerome's loving encouragement of his friends alternates with fierce invective against his enemies. His reaction to Alaric's sack of Rome shows ambiguity similar to his guilty feelings about continually quoting pagan classics. Seven of the eighteen letters in this selection deal with a primary interest of Jerome's: the morals and proper role of women. Three of these give elaborate portraits of women in marriage; two are concerned with the education of girls; one instructs a widow on maintaining her chastity. The most famous letter here fervently extols virginity. 1933/6th printing/536pp., /index   - 99288 1 ( Volume 262  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[TM0054-2] JOSEPHUS. Translated by H. St. J. Thackeray. 13 Volumes. s - (n  Volumes 186,203, 487, 210, 242, 490, 281, 326, 365, 489, 410, 433, 456 ) THE LIFE. AGAINST APION VOLUME I. 1926/7th printing/448pp., /map/ ( THE JEWISH WAR, 3 Volumes Translated by H. St. J. Thackeray. Josephus's eye-witness account of the revolt of 66-70 C.E. against Roman rule, recounts the outbreak of war; the campaign in Galilee--under his command--including the siege of Jotapata; the strategic isolation of Jerusalem, and finally the fall of the city to Titus and destruction of the Temple in 70; the return of the conquerors to Rome in triumphal procession; and the suicidal stand at Masada. This vivid narrative, in polished Greek style, preserves valuable sources and tells us much about Roman military tactics. VOLUME II. BOOKS I-II 1927/. 1997/614pp., /3 maps VOLUME III. BOOKS III-IV 1927/1997/368pp., /3 maps . VOLUME IV. BOOKS V-VII 1927/1997/ 496pp., JEWISH ANTIQUITIES 9 Volumes. In Jewish Antiquities, his classic history of the Jews from the Creation to the start of the Jewish War in 66 C.E., Josephus draws on a wealth of traditional lore to augment and embellish the biblical accounts; describes Jewish laws and institutions for the Hellenistic society in which he lived; and provides an important picture of the diaspora communities under Roman control. His work incorporates invaluable contemporary source material, and is particularly interesting on the period of the Second Commonwealth. VOLUME V. BOOKS I-III Translated by H. St. J. Thackeray 1930/1998 VOLUME VI. BOOKS IV-VI Translated by H. St. J. Thackeray and R. Marcus 1930/ VOLUME VII. BOOKS VII-VIII Translated by R. Marcus. VOLUME VIII BOOKS IX-XI Translated by R. Marcus 1937/544ppVOLUME IX. BOOKS XII-XIII Translated by R. Marcus 1943/VOLUME X. BOOKS XIV-XV Translated by R. Marcus and Allen Mikgren 1998/494pp VOLUME XI. BOOKS XVI-XVII Translated by R. Marcus and A. Mikgren 1998/392pp., /2 maps, plan. VOLUME XII. BOOKS XVIII-XIX Translated by L.H. Feldman 1965/444pp., VOLUME XIII BOOK XX Translated by L.H. Feldman 1965/396pp., /3 maps/ all in  ) Hardback in fine D/J. most Volumes are later printings, but original years of publication have been kept.     £225.00

[TM0055] JULIAN. Orations, Lettters, Epigrams (and Other Works, See Below ) Translated by Wilmer C. Wright. 3 Volumes.. (s -  Volumes 13, 29 and 157 ). Volume I. Orations i-v 1526pp., index; Volume II. orations vi-viii. letters to Themistius,to the senate and people of Athens, to a priest. the caesars. Misopogon. Julian's Misopogon (The Beard Hater) is a case of the satirist directing his sharp wit at himself: self-mockery employed to undercut the taunts of critics. When the citizens of Antioch jeered at the emperor's "philosophical" beard, he responded with a satire on his own appearance and austere life style. A work of ironic self-disparagement, Misopogon reflects strikingly on the emperor's personality. Julian's conception of the ideal ruler emerges through the satire of The Caesars. He begins with a reference to the Saturnalia, and his treatment of the gods here is appropriate to that festival. The piece contains some echoes of Lucian's satires-but Julian is nowhere as light-hearted as Lucian. 526pp., Volume III. Letters. epigrams. against the Galilaeans. fragments 1923, 518pp., Julian (Flavius Claudius Iulianus) "the Apostate", Roman Emperor, lived 331 or 332 to 363 CE. Born and educated in Constantinople as a Christian, after a precarious childhood he devoted himself to literature and philosophy and became a pagan, studying in various Greek cities. In 355 his cousin Emperor Constantius called him from Athens to the court at Milan, entitled him "Caesar", and made him governor of Gaul. Julian restored Gaul to prosperity and good government after the ravages of the Alamanni (he overthrew them at the battle of Strassburg in 357) and other Germans. Between 357 and 361 Julian's own For Saleiers, refusing to serve in the East at Constantius's orders, nearly involved Julian in war with Constantius-who however died in 361 so that Julian became sole Emperor of the Roman world. He began many reforms and proclaimed universal toleration in religion but pressed for the restoration of the older pagan worships. In 362-363 he prepared at Constantinople and then at Antioch for his expedition against Persia ruled by Shapur II. He died of a wound received in desperate battle. Julian's surviving works (lost are his Commentaries on his western campaigns), all in Greek, are given in the  in three Volumes. The eight Orations (1-5 in Volume I, 6-8 in Volume II) include two in praise of Constantius, one praising Constantius's wife Eusebia, and two theosophical hymns (in prose) or declamations, of interest for studies in neo-Platonism, Mithraism, and the cult of the Magna Mater in the Roman world. The satirical Caesars and Misopogon, Beard-hater, are also in Volume II. The Letters (more than eighty, Volume III) include edicts or rescripts, mostly about Christians, encyclical or pastoral letters to priests, and private letters. Lastly in Volume III are the fragments of the work Against the Galilaeans (the Christians), written mainly to show that evidence for the idea of Christianity is lacking in the Old Testament. Fine set in dust jackets, as new     £49.50

[TM0056] JUVENAL AND PERSIUS. Translated by G. G. Ramsay. Juvenal's is an indignant satire. He moves past the urbanities of irony to pour scorn on the world of Nero and Domitian. In powerful verse Juvenal mockingly entertains his audience with society's vices and castigates the corruption of traditional values. Rome, the fiery satirist wants to show, is sick. Paired with him in this Volume is the Neronian satirist Persius, who attacks not public ills but primarily Rome's degenerate literary tastes. The poet's interest in Stoicism is reflected in his focus on ethical ideals. There is comic intensity to Persius' style and also a nobility of spirit that gained him esteem among the Church Fathers. 1918/15th printing/498pp., /index   - 99102 8 ( Volume 91  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[TM0057] LIBANIUS. SELECTED ORATIONS. 2 Volumes Translated by A. F. Norman Here in Volume I are all Libanius's orations that bear directly on the career of Julian the Apostate. The speeches in Volume II open a window into life during the reign of the pious Christian emperor Theodosius. "Norman's command of his material is complete and remarkable." --Times Literary Supplement VOLUME I. JULIANIC ORATIONS 1969/590pp., /indexes   - 99496 5 ( Volume 451 VOLUME II. ORATIONS 2, 19-23, 30, 33, 45, 47-50 1977/556pp., /indexes   - 99497 3 ( Volume 452 AUTOBIOGRAPHY AND SELECTED LETTERS 2 Volumes Translated by A. F. Norman A professing pagan in an aggressively Christian empire, a friend of the emperor Julian and acquaintance of St. Basil, and a potent spokesman for private and political causes, Libanius has much to tell us about the tumultuous world of the 4th century. Born in Antioch to a wealthy family steeped in the traditions of Hellenism, Libanius rose to fame as a teacher of the classics. In his lifetime, he was an acknowledged master of the art of letter writing, and today his letters offer a vivid picture of the culture and political intrigues of the eastern empire. A. F. Norman selects an eighth of the 1,550 extant letters. The letters are complemented by Libanius's Autobiography (Oration 1), a revealing narrative that begins as a scholar's account and ends as an old man's private journal. VOLUME I. AUTOBIOGRAPHY. LETTERS 1-50 1992/540pp.,   - 99527 9 ( Volume 478 VOLUME II. LETTERS 51-193 1992/496pp., /index   - 99528 7 ( Volume 479  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £35.00

[TM0058] Livy (Livius). HISTORY OF ROME (AB URBE CONDITA) 14 Volumes.. (s -  Volumes 114, 133, 172, 191, 233 , 355, 367, 381, 295, 301, 313, 332, 396, 404 ) VOLUME I. BOOKS 1-2 Translated by B. O. Foster 1919/9th printing/484pp., /2 maps/index VOLUME II. BOOKS 3-4 Translated by B. O. Foster 1922/7th printing/476pp., /map/index, VOLUME III. BOOKS 5-7 Translated by B. O. Foster 1924/7th printing/536pp., /3 maps/index   - 99190 7 ( Volume 172 VOLUME IV. BOOKS 8-10 Translated by B. O. Foster 1926/6th printing/582pp., /2 maps/index . VOLUME V. BOOKS 21-22 Translated by B. O. Foster 1929/8th printing/440pp., /7 maps/index . VOLUME VI. BOOKS 23-25 Translated by F. G. Moore 1940/5th printing/530pp., /5 maps/index. VOLUME VII. BOOKS 26-27 Translated by F. G. Moore 1943/6th printing/434pp., /9 maps/index . VOLUME VIII. BOOKS 28-30 Translated by F. G. Moore 1949/5th printing/574pp., /9 maps/index . VOLUME IX. BOOKS 31, 34 Translated by Evan T. Sage 1935/5th printing/612pp., /3 maps/index .VOLUME X. BOOKS 35-37 Translated by Evan T. Sage 1935/7th printing/504pp., /3 maps/index . VOLUME XI. BOOKS 38- Translated by Evan T. Sage 1936/5th printing/426pp., /4 maps/index . VOLUME XII. BOOKS 40-42 Translated by Evan T. Sage and A. C. Schlesinger 1938/6th printing/532pp., /4 maps/index. VOLUME XIII. BOOKS 43-45 Translated by A. C. Schlesinger 1951/4th printing/434pp., /6 maps/index . VOLUME XIV. SUMMARIES. FRAGMENTS. JULIUS OBSEQUENS. GENERAL INDEX Translated by A. C. Schlesinger; General Index by R. M. Geer 1959/revised 1967/3rd printing/584pp., /2 maps . New  ) Hardback set in fine dust jackets. Pristine conditon     £245.00

[TM0059] Longus. DAPHNIS AND CHLOE. George Thornley's translation of 1657, revised by J. M. Edmonds PARTHENIUS, LOVE ROMANCES AND POETICAL FRAGMENTS Fragments of the NINUS ROMANCE Translated by Stephen Gaselee Here is the bucolic story of two foundlings, brought up by goatkeepers and shepherds on the island of Lesbos, who gradually fall in love. Notable among ancient romances for its perceptive characterizations, Daphnis and Chloe traces the development of the protagonists' love for each other from childlike innocence to full sexual maturity, the successive stages marked by adventures. The novel's picture of nature and rural life offers its own enchantments. This Volume also contains the Love Romances of Parthenius, a collection of stories in abbreviated form, and fragments of the Ninus Romance. "You should read [Daphnis and Chloe] anew each year to learn from it over and over again and be influenced by its great beauty." --Goethe 1916/7th printing/448pp., /indexes ORDER  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[TM0060] LUCAN. The Civil War (Pharsalia). Translated by J. D. Duff Julius Caesar looms as a sinister hero in this stormy chronicle in verse of the war between Caesar and the Republic's forces under Pompey, and later under Cato in Africa--a chronicle of dramatic events carrying us from Caesar's fateful crossing of the Rubicon, through the Battle of Pharsalus and death of Pompey, to Caesar victorious in Egypt. Quintilian called Lucan a poet "full of fire and energy and a master of brilliant phrases." His epic stood next after Virgil's in the estimation of antiquity. 1928/9th printing/658pp., /index   - 99242 3 ( Volume 220  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[TM0061-3] LUCIAN. Works in 8 Volumes.. 8 Volumes (s -  Volumes 14 ,54, 130, 162, 302, 430, 431, 432 ) Satire blends with comic art in Lucian's tales, fantasies, and dialogues. With ebullient wit he mocks teachers of literature, the various philosophical schools, popular religions, historians and writers, the Olympian gods, and the foibles of mortals. In The Dream he jocularly recounts his own career. Native of Samosata on the Euphrates, Lucian traveled widely in the Roman Empire as far as Gaul. His 80 extant works (published here in 8 Volumes) offer insight on the intellectual world of the second century AD along with mischievous and sophisticated entertainment. VOLUME I. PHALARIS. HIPPIAS OR THE BATH. DIONYSUS. HERACLES. AMBER OR THE SWANS. THE FLY. NIGRINUS. DEMONAX. THE HALL. MY NATIVE LAND. OCTOGENARIANS. A TRUE STORY. SLANDER. THE CONSONANTS AT LAW. SYMPOSIUM, OR THE LAPITHS Translated by A. M. Harmon From Lucian comes a comic view of the Greek symposium, in his piece titled Carousal in Harmon's translation. The great satirist crowds into his dinner party Stoics, Epicureans, Peripatetics, and Cynics--but there is as much high-spirited clowning as philosophy to be relished here. This first of the eight-Volume edition of Lucian contains fourteen other pieces, including one of the earliest examples of science fiction, A True Story, the tallest of tall stories about a voyage to the moon. 1913/9th printing/486pp., /index . VOLUME II. THE DOWNWARD JOURNEY OR THE TYRANT. ZEUS CATECHIZED. ZEUS RANTS. THE DREAM OR THE COCK. PROMETHEUS. ICAROMENIPPUS OR THE SKY-MAN. TIMON OR THE MISANTHROPE. CHARON OR THE INSPECTORS. PHILOSOPHIES FOR SALE Translated by A. M. Harmon 1915/7th printing/530pp., /index . VOLUME III. THE DEAD COME TO LIFE OR THE FISHERMAN. THE DOUBLE INDICTMENT OR TRIALS BY JURY. ON SACRIFICES. THE IGNORANT BOOK-COLLECTOR. THE DREAM OR LUCIAN'S CAREER. THE PARASITE. THE LOVER OF LIES. THE JUDGEMENT OF THE GODDESSES. ON SALARIED POSTS IN GREAT HOUSES Translated by A. M. Harmon 1921/5th printing/498pp., /index . VOLUME IV. ANACHARSIS OR ATHLETICS. MENIPPUS OR THE DESCENT INTO HADES. ON FUNERALS. A PROFESSOR OF PUBLIC SPEAKING. ALEXANDER THE FALSE PROPHET. ESSAYS IN PORTRAITURE. ESSAYS IN PORTRAITURE DEFENDED. THE GODDESSE OF SURRYE Translated by A. M. Harmon 1925/5th printing/430pp., . VOLUME V. THE PASSING OF PEREGRINUS. THE RUNAWAYS. TOXARIS OR FRIENDSHIP. THE DANCE. LEXIPHANES. THE EUNUCH. ASTROLOGY. THE MISTAKEN CRITIC. THE PARLIAMENT OF THE GODS. THE TYRANNICIDE. DISOWNED Translated by A. M. Harmon l936/5th printing/548pp., . VOLUME VI. HOW TO WRITE HISTORY. THE DIPSADS. SATURNALIA. HERODOTUS OR AETION. ZEUXIS OR ANTIOCHUS. A SLIP OF THE TONGUE IN GREETING. APOLOGY FOR THE "SALARIED POSTS IN GREAT HOUSES". HARMONIDES. A CONVERSATION WITH HESIOD. THE SCYTHIAN OR THE CONSUL. HERMOTIMUS OR CONCERNING THE SECTS. TO ONE WHO SAID "YOU'RE A PROMETHEUS IN WORDS". THE SHIP OR THE WISHES Translated by K. Kilburn 1959/3rd printing/506pp., /index. VOLUME VII. DIALOGUES OF THE DEAD. DIALOGUES OF THE SEA-GODS. DIALOGUES OF THE GODS. DIALOGUES OF THE COURTESANS Translated by M. D. Macleod l961/4th printing/488pp., /index . VOLUME VIII. SOLOECISTA. LUCIUS OR THE ASS. AMORES. HALCYON. DEMOSTHENES. PODAGRA. OCYPUS. CYNISCUS. PHILOPATRIS. CHARIDEMUS. NERO Translated by M. D. Macleod 1967/3rd printing/544pp., /index.  ) Hardbacks in fine D/J's     £145.00

[TM0062] Lucretius. Translated by W. H. D. Rouse. Lucretius's great poetical account of Epicurean philosophy aims at promoting spiritual tranquility, in part by dispelling fear of death. Revising Rouse's translation in 1975, Smith added full explanatory notes and a substantial Introduction. Reprinted with revisions in 1992. 1924/9 printings/Smith's edition 1975/4th printing with revisions 1982, 1992/ 664pp., /index ( Volume 181  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[TM0063] Lysias. Translated by W. R. M. Lamb. 1930/later printing/734pp., /index ( Volume 244) fine  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[F2523] MACROBIUS. Saturnalia, 3 Volumes. . Volume I: Books 1-2; Volume II Books 3-5; Volume III Books 6-7. Edited and translated by Robert A. Kaster. ( Volumes 510, 511,512 ) bi-lingual Latin-English texts. 2011,464, 496,464pp., ** The Saturnalia, Macrobius's encyclopedic celebration of Roman culture written in the early fifth century CE, has been prized since the Renaissance as a treasure trove of otherwise unattested lore. Cast in the form of a dialogue, the Saturnalia treats subjects as diverse as the divinity of the Sun and the quirks of human digestion while showcasing Virgil as the master of all human knowledge from diction and rhetoric to philosophy and religion. The new Latin text is based on a refined understanding of the medieval tradition and improves on Willis's standard edition in nearly 300 places. The accompanying translation-only the second in English and the only one now in print-offers a clear and sprightly rendition of Macrobius's ornate Latin and is supplemented by ample annotation. A full introduction places the work in its cultural context and analyzes its construction, while indexes of names, subjects, and ancient works cited in both text and notes make the work more readily accessible than ever before. new set in fine d/j's  £49.50

[TM0094] Magi, D. (transl. ). SCRIPTORES HISTORIAE AUGUSTAE 3 Volumes. Translated by D. Magi (( Volumes 139 , 140, 263 ) VOLUME I. HADRIAN. AELIUS. ANTONINUS PIUS. MARCUS AURELIUS. L. VERUS. AVIDIUS CASSIUS. COMMODUS. PERTINAX. DIDIUS JULIANUS. SEPTIMIUS SEVERUS. PESCENNIUS NIGER. CLODIUS ALBINUS 1921/7th printing/532pp., VOLUME II. CARACALLA. GETA. OPELLIUS MACRINUS. DIADUMENIANUS. ELAGABALUS. SEVERUS ALEXANDER. THE TWO MAXIMINI. THE THREE GORDIANS. MAXIMUS AND BALBINUS 1924/6th printing/524pp., VOLUME III. THE TWO VALERIANS. THE TWO GALLIENI. THE THIRTY PRETENDERS. THE DEIFIED CLAUDIUS. THE DEIFIED AURELIAN. TACITUS. PROBUS. FIRMUS, SATURNINUS, PROCULUS AND BONOSUS. CARUS, CARINUS AND NUMERIAN 1932/5th printing/540pp., new  ) Hardbacks in fine D/J's     £49.50

[TM064-2] MANETHO. HISTORY OF EGYPT AND OTHER WORKS. Translated by W. G. Waddell 1940/7th printing/288pp., /map/index ( Volume 350  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[TM0065] MANILIUS. ASTRONOMICA. Translated by G. P. Goold "Perhaps the most ingenious... of Latin poets [is here translated by] a distinguished Latinist, deeply versed in celestial lore... [Manilius] is faithfully conveyed in a style both lucid and elegant." --D. R. Shackleton Bailey, Classical Philology Astronomica is the earliest treatise we have on astrology. Here Manilius provides an account of celestial phenomena and the signs of the Zodiac. He also gives witty character sketches of persons born under particular constellations. Explanatory notes, 24 drawings, and two star charts are included. 1977/revised 1992/3rd printing/510pp., / 1 map/2 star-charts/index   - 99516 3 ( Volume 469  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[TM0066] Marcus Aurelius. edited and translated by C.R. Haines. These reflections on ethical, religious, and existential questions were written in periods of solitude during the emperor's military campaigns. Originally intended for his private guidance and self-admonition, the Meditations has endured as a potent expression of Stoic belief (the influence of Epictetus is apparent throughout) as well as a widely influential personal guide to the moral life. This unique text also provides an intimate look at the ideas and convictions of this fascinating philosopher-emperor. "Meditations by , is by far the best edition in English...This is a central text for students of Stoicism as well as a unique personal guide to the moral life." --Word Trade 1916/revised 1930/9th printing/448pp., /indexes   - 99064 1 ( Volume 58  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[TM0068] Menander. Translated By W G Arnott. 3 Volumes. Volume I contains six plays, including the only complete one extant, Dyskolos (The Peevish Fellow), which won first prize in Athens in 317 B.C., and Dis Expaton (Twice a Swindler), the original of Plautus' Two Bacchises. VOLUME I. ASPIS. GEORGOS. DIS EXAPATON. DYSKOLOS. ENCHEIRIDION. EPITREPONTES 1979/2nd printing/582pp.,  Volume 132 VOLUME II.HEROS,THEOPHOROUMENE. KARCHEDONIOS. KITHARISTES. KOLAX. KONEIAZOMENAI. LEUKADIA. MISOUMENOS. PERIKEIROMENE. PERINTHIA. 1997/512pp.,  Volume 459 Volume III: Samia, Sikyonioi, synaristosai. Phasma. Unidentified fragments. 2000, 656pp.,  Volume 460 All fine  ) Hardbacks in d/j (Volumes can be ordered separately)     £49.50

[TM0069] Minor Attic Orators. ANTIPHON AND ANDOCIDES / LYCURGUS. DINARCHUS. DEMADES. HYPERIDES. 2 Volumes. ( Volumes 308 & 395 ) VOLUME I. ANTIPHON AND ANDOCIDES Translated by K. J. Maidment 1941/later printing/600pp., /index VOLUME II. LYCURGUS. DINARCHUS. DEMADES. HYPERIDES Translated by J. 0. Burtt 1954/later printing/636pp., /indexes  ) Hardback in D/J     £35.00

[TM0070] MINOR LATIN POETS. Translated by J. W. Duff and A. M. Duff. 2 Volumes VOLUME I. PUBLILIUS SYRUS, ELEGIES ON MAECENAS, GRATTIUS, CALPURNIUS SICULUS, LAUS PISONIS, EINSIEDELN ECLOGUES, AETNA 1934/revised 1935/7th printing/434pp.,   - 99314 4 ( Volume 284 VOLUME II. FLORUS, HADRIAN, NEMESIANUS, REPOSIANUS, TIBERIANUS, DICTA CATONIS, PHOENIX, AVIANUS, RUTILIUS NAMATIANUS AND OTHERS 1934/revised 1935/7th printing/424pp.,   - 99478 7 ( Volume 434  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £35.00

[TM0071] NONNOS. DIONYSIACA. 3 Volumes Translated by W. H. D. Rouse with notes by H. J. Rose (on mythology) and by L. R. Lind (on text criticism) In the 5th century A.D., Nonnos of Panopolis in Egypt produced this epic recounting the earthly career of Dionysus from his birth at Thebes to his reception on Olympus. Nonnos tells of the god's role as a conqueror of the East, notably his invasion of India, and also describes his amorous adventures in a sensual and explicit style. The poem is full of mythological, magical, and astrological lore; and its portrayal of Dionysiac frenzy seems to reflect religious awe. VOLUME I. BOOKS I-XV 1940/5th printing/566pp.,   - 99379 9 ( Volume 344 VOLUME II. BOOKS XVI-XXXV 1940/4th printing/560pp.,   - 99391 8 ( Volume 354 VOLUME III. BOOKS XXXVI-XLVIII 1940/6th printing/530pp., /index   - 99393 4 ( Volume 356  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £49.50

[TM0072] OPPIAN, COLLUTHUS AND TRYPHIODORUS. Translated by A. W. Mair. 1928/4th printing/716pp/zoological catalogue/indexes   - 99241 5 ( Volume 219  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[091182-2] Ovid. HEROIDES, AMORES/ ART OF LOVE. COSMETICS/ REMEDIES FOR LOVE. IBIS. WALNUT-TREE. SEA FISHING. CONSOLATION and Other Works.6 Volumes..  Volumes 41, 42, 43, 151, 232, 253. 6 Volumes . VOLUME I. HEROIDES, AMORES Translated by Grant Showerman 1914/revised by G. P. Goold, 1977/2nd printing/536pp., / VOLUME II. ART OF LOVE. COSMETICS. REMEDIES FOR LOVE. IBIS. WALNUT-TREE. SEA FISHING. CONSOLATION. Translated by J. H. Mozley "The Art of Love" is a vivaciously witty poem on the art of seduction, with illustrative stories interwoven. Ovid tells men how to find a suitable mistress, how to win her and retain her affections; he goes on to instruct women on the art of captivating and retaining a lover. These lessons are cleverly reversed in "Remedies for Love," in which the poet gives directions for falling out of love. This Volume also contains "Cosmetics," "Ibis," and three poems now judged not to be by Ovid. Mozley's edition has been revised and updated by G. P. Goold. 1929 /revised by G. P. Goold, 1979/396pp., /indexes In the Metamophoses Ovid retells in one poetic whole an enormous range of stories of classical mythology. Connected by the theme of miraculous change (hence the title), the narratives pass in review, from the dawn of creation down to the transfiguration of CaesarÕs soul into a star. Each important myth is touched upon and ingeniously linked to the next as the poet progresses through his historical account. OvidÕs most influential work is here given a fluent prose translation. VOLUME III. METAMORPHOSES, BOOKS I-VIII Translated by Frank J. Miller 1916/ /revised by G. P. Goold, 1977/2nd printing/484ppVOLUME IV. METAMORPHOSES, BOOKS IX-XV Translated by Frank J. Miller 1916, revised by G. P. Goold, 1984/510pp., /index VOLUME V. FASTI Translated by James G. Frazer 1931, /revised by G. P. Goold, 1989/2nd printing, 494pp., / VOLUME VI. TRISTIA, EX PONTO Translated by A. L. Wheeler 1924, revised by G. P. Goold, 1988/2nd printing/556pp., /index .  ) Hardbacks in fine D/J's.     £105.00

[TM0074] PAPYRI. Selected and translated by A. S. Hunt and C. C. Edgar. 3 Volumes.. 3 Volumes VOLUME I. NON-LITERARY PAPYRI: PRIVATE DOCUMENTS (AGREEMENTS, RECEIPTS, WILLS, LETTERS, MEMORANDA, ACCOUNTS AND LISTS, AND OTHERS) Selected and translated by A. S. Hunt and C. C. Edgar 1932/5th printing/472pp., /indexes   - 99294 6 ( Volume 266 VOLUME II. NON-LITERARY PAPYRI: PUBLIC DOCUMENTS (CODES AND REGULATIONS, EDICTS AND ORDERS, PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS, REPORTS OF MEETINGS, JUDICIAL BUSINESS, PETITIONS AND APPLICATIONS, DECLARATIONS TO OFFICIALS, CONTRACTS, RECEIPTS, ACCOUNTS AND LISTS, CORRESPONDENCE, AND OTHERS) Selected and translated by A. S. Hunt and C. C. Edgar 1934/5th printing/646pp., /indexes   - 99312 8 ( Volume 282 VOLUME III. LITERARY PAPYRI: POETRY Selected and translated by Denys L. Page 1941/6th printing/638pp., /indexes   - 99397 7 ( Volume 360  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £49.50

[TM0042-1] Paton, W.R., (transl. ). GREEK ANTHOLOGY. 5 Volumes.. Classical Antiquity Loeb. Translated by W. R. Paton VOLUME I. BOOK I: CHRISTIAN EPIGRAMS. BOOK II: CHRISTODORUS OF THEBES IN EGYPT. BOOK III: THE CYZICENE EPIGRAMS. BOOK IV: THE PROEMS OF THE DIFFERENT ANTHOLOGIES. BOOK V: THE AMATORY EPIGRAMS. BOOK VI: THE DEDICATORY EPIGRAMS 1916/later printing/516pp., /indexes . ( Volumes 67,68,84,85,86 ) VOLUME II. BOOK VII: SEPULCHRAL EPIGRAMS. BOOK VIII: THE EPIGRAMS OF ST. GREGORY THE THEOLOGIAN 1917/later printing/524pp., /indexes VOLUME III. BOOK IX: THE DECLAMATORY EPIGRAMS 1917/later printing/462pp., /indexes VOLUME IV. BOOK X: THE HORTATORY AND ADMONITORY EPIGRAMS. BOOK XI: THE CONVIVIAL AND SATIRICAL EPIGRAMS. BOOK XII: STRATO'S MUSA PUERILIS 1918/revision 1971/later printing/428pp., /indexes VOLUME V. BOOK XIII: EPIGRAMS IN VARIOUS METRES. BOOK XIV: ARITHMETICAL PROBLEMS, RIDDLES, ORACLES. BOOK XV: MISCELLANEA. BOOK XVI: EPIGRAMS OF THE PLANUDEAN ANTHOLOGY NOT IN THE PALATINE MANUSCRIPT 1918/later printing/412pp., /indexes/lllustrations fine  ) Hardback set in fine D/J's     £89.55

[092649-2] Pausanias. Description of Greece. 5 Volumes. |, ( Volumes 93, 188, 272, 297, 298 ) Pausanias (fl. 150 A.D.) was one of the Roman world's great travelers; he knew Greece well and was a veritable pilgrim to the Greek historical battlefields, monuments, and temples. Here, he sketches the history, geography, landmarks, legends, and religious cults of all the important cities, and shares his enthusiasm for the great sites--Delphi, Olympia, and others--describing them with care and an accuracy confirmed by comparison with monuments still standing today. VOLUME I BOOKS I-II: ATTICA AND CORINTH Translated by W. H. S. Jones 1918/8th printing/486pp., VOLUME II BOOKS III-V: LACONIA, MESSENIA, ELIS I Translated by W. H. S. Jones and H. A. Ormerod 1926/6th printing/560pp., VOLUME III. BOOKS VI-VIII.21: ELIS II, ACHAIA, ARCADIA Translated by W. H. S. Jones 1933/7th printing/448pp., VOLUME IV. BOOKS VIII.22-X: ARCADIA, BOEOTIA, PHOCIS AND OZOLIAN LOCRI Translated by W. H. S. Jones 1935/7th printing/612ppVOLUME V. MAPS, PLANS, ILLUSTRATIONS, AND GENERAL INDEX Arranged by R. E. Wycherley 1935/7th printing/290pp., s , fine  ) Hardbacks in fine D/J, as new     £89.50

[TM0076] PETRONIUS. Satyricon. Translated by M. Heseltine SENECA, APOCOLOCYNTOSIS Translated by W. H. D. Rouse Petronius's picaresque novel (probably written during Nero's reign) presents in lurid detail the disreputable travels and adventures of Encolpius, a swashbuckling young coward lacking both morals and income. It has been called a kaleidoscope picture of literature, lust, and life. Perhaps best known are the chapters describing Trimalchio's wildly extravagant dinner party with rambunctious entertainment. For the revised edition, Warmington debowdlerized Heseltine's translation and expanded the explanatory notes. This Volume also contains Apocolocyntosis, the satire on the death and apotheosis ("pumpkinification") of the emperor Claudius which is attributed to Seneca. 1913/revised by E.H. Warmington, 1969/3rd printing/544pp., /indexes   - 99016-1 ( Volume 15  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[TM0077] Philo. 12 Volumes. Works in a Bi-Lingual Edition.. VOLUME I. ON THE CREATION. ALLEGORICAL INTERPRETATION OF GENESIS II AND III Translated by F. H. Colson and G. H. Whitaker 1929/8th printing/520pp.,   - 99249 0 ( Volume 226 VOLUME II. ON THE CHERUBIM. THE SACRIFICES OF ABEL AND CAIN. THE WORSE ATTACKS THE BETTER. ON THE POSTERITY AND EXILE OF CAIN. ON THE GIANTS Translated by F. H. Colson and G. H. Whitaker 1929/6th printing/512pp.,   - 99250 4 ( Volume 227 VOLUME III. ON THE UNCHANGEABLENESS OF GOD. ON HUSBANDRY. CONCERNING NOAH'S WORK AS A PLANTER. ON DRUNKENNESS. ON SOBRIETY Translated by F. H. Colson and G. H. Whitaker 1930/5th printing/522pp.,   - 99272 5 ( Volume 247 VOLUME IV. ON THE CONFUSION OF TONGUES. ON THE MIGRATION OF ABRAHAM. WHO IS THE HEIR OF DIVINE THINGS? ON MATING WITH THE PRELIMINARY STUDIES Translated by F. H. Colson and G. H. Whitaker 1932/7th printing/594pp.,   - 99287 3 ( Volume 261 VOLUME V. ON FLIGHT AND FINDING. ON THE CHANGE OF NAMES. ON DREAMS Translated by F. H. Colson and G. H. Whitaker 1934/5th printing/636pp.,   - 99303 9 ( Volume 275 VOLUME VI. ON ABRAHAM. ON JOSEPH. ON MOSES Translated by F. H. Colson 1935/6th printing/632pp.,   - 99319 5 ( Volume 289 VOLUME VII. ON THE DECALOGUE. ON THE SPECIAL LAWS, BOOKS I-III Translated by F. H. Colson 1937/6th printing/662pp.,   - 99353 5 ( Volume 320 VOLUME VIII. ON THE SPECIAL LAWS, BOOK IV. ON THE VIRTUES. ON REWARDS AND PUNISHMENTS Translated by F. H. Colson 1939/5th printing/484pp.,   - 99376 4 ( Volume 341 VOLUME IX. EVERY GOOD MAN IS FREE. ON THE CONTEMPLATIVE LIFE. ON THE ETERNITY OF THE WORLD. AGAINST FLACCUS. APOLOGY FOR THE JEWS. ON PROVIDENCE Translated by F. H. Colson 1941/6th printing/560pp.,   - 99400 0 ( Volume 363 VOLUME X. ON THE EMBASSY TO GAIUS. GENERAL INDEXES Translated by F. H. Colson; Indexes by J. W. Earp 1962/3rd printing/558pp.,   - 99417 5 ( Volume 379 SUPPLEMENT I. QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON GENESIS Translated from the Armenian text by Ralph Marcus 1953/5th printing/572pp.,   - 99418 3 ( Volume 380 SUPPLEMENT II. QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON EXODUS Translated from the Armenian text by Ralph Marcus 1953/3rd printing/316pp., /index   - 99442 6 ( Volume 401  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £215.00

[091016-1] PHILOSTRATUS. LIFE OF APOLLONIUS OF TYANA. and Eusebius: Treatise & Lives of the Sophists. Together 3 Volumes.. ( Volumes 16, 17, 134 ) Edited and Translated by Christopher P. Jones Volume I. Books 1-4; Volume II. Books 5-8. This biography of a first-century CE holy man has become one of the most widely discussed literary works of later antiquity. With an engaging style, Philostratus portrays a charismatic teacher and religious reformer from Tyana in Cappadocia (modern central Turkey) who travels across the known world, from the Atlantic to the Ganges. His miracles, which include extraordinary cures and mysterious disappearances, together with his apparent triumph over death, caused pagans to make Apollonius a rival to Jesus of Nazareth. In a new two-Volume  edition of Philostratus's third-century work, Christopher Jones provides a freshly edited Greek text and a stylish translation with full explanatory notes. Apollonius of Tyana is by far the longest biography that survives from antiquity. Jones in his Introduction asks how far it is history and how far fiction, and discusses its survival from Late Antiquity to modern times. A third Philostratus/ Apollonius Volume edited by Jones -- Letters of Apollonius. Ancient Testimonia. Eusebius's Reply to Hierocles is to be published in Spring 2006. AND LIVES OF THE SOPHISTS; EUNAPIUS, LIVES OF THE PHILOSOPHERS AND SOPHISTS Translated by Wilmer C. Wright 1921/5th printing/638pp., /index  ) Hardbacks in fine D/J's     £49.50

[TM0079-2] PHILOSTRATUS THE ELDER. IMAGINES. PHILOSTRATUS THE YOUNGER, IMAGINES CALLISTRATUS, DESCRIPTIONS Translated by Arthur Fairbanks 1931/5th printing/462pp., /37 illustrations/index ( Volume 256 )  ) Hardback in fine D/J This Volume presents kindred works important for evidence relating to late Greek art. They are attributed to two men each known as Philostratus and to a third man called Callistratus, otherwise unknown. To an elder Philostratus, the Lemnian, born ca. 190 CE, junior kinsman of the Philostratus who wrote the Life of Apollonius of Tyana and Lives of the Sophists, is attributed the series of 65 ’Eikones’ or ’Imagines’, descriptions (in two Books) ostensibly of paintings in a gallery at Naples. A younger Philostratus, apparently his grandson, is credited with 17 similar descriptions. The 14 ’Ekphraseis’ attributed to Callistratus are descriptions of statues in stone or bronze, written probably in the fourth century CE. It is not known to what extent the descriptions are of real works of art, but they show how artists treated their subjects, and are written with some artistic knowledge. Yet rhetorical skill dominates: these pieces were written to display the writers’ powers of description.     £16.95

[TM0080] PINDAR. Edited and translated by William H. Race. Classical Antiquity Loeb. "This excellent Loeb edition of Pindar supersedes the antiquated Volume edited by Sandys in 1915. Its most notable feature is clarity: the Greek typeface is a pleasure to read; the translations are crisp and accurate...plentiful notes both explain Pindar's recherché allusions and bring out how more than one interpretation of the text is often possible...this edition will be of lasting value." --Stephen Instone, Classical Review William H. Race gives us, in two Volumes, a new edition and translation of Pindar's four Books of victory odes, along with surviving fragments of his other poems. Brief introductions to each ode and full explanatory footnotes afford invaluable guidance throughout. Like Simonides and Bacchylides, Pindar wrote elaborate odes in honor of prize-winning athletes. His 45 victory odes celebrate triumphs in athletic contests at the four great Panhellenic festivals: the Olympic, Pythian (at Delphi), Nemean, and Isthmian games. In these poems, Pindar commemorates the achievement of athletes and powerful rulers against the backdrop of divine favor, human failure, heroic legend, and the moral ideals of aristocratic Greek society. Readers have long savored their rich poetic imagery, moral maxims, and vivid portrayals of sacred myths. VOLUME I. OLYMPIAN ODES. PYTHIAN ODES 1997/394pp.,   - 99564 3 ( Volume 56 VOLUME II. NEMEAN ODES. ISTHMIAN ODES. FRAGMENTS 1997/456pp., /3 maps/index   - 99534 1 ( Volume 485  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £35.00

[F2522] Plato. Timaeus. Critias. Cleitophon. Menexenus. Epistles. Volume 9 of the edition in 12 Volumes in a Bi-Lingual English-Latin Edition . Translated by R. G. Bury ( Volume 234) ¶ ** Plato, the great philosopher of Athens, was born in 427 BCE. In early manhood an admirer of Socrates, he later founded the famous school of philosophy in the grove Academus. Much else recorded of his life is uncertain; that he left Athens for a time after Socrates' execution is probable; that later he went to Cyrene, Egypt, and Sicily is possible; that he was wealthy is likely; that he was critical of 'advanced' democracy is obvious. He lived to be 80 years old. Linguistic tests including those of computer science still try to establish the order of his extant philosophical dialogues, written in splendid prose and revealing Socrates' mind fused with Plato's thought. In Laches, Charmides, and Lysis, Socrates and others discuss separate ethical conceptions. Protagoras, Ion, and Meno discuss whether righteousness can be taught. In Gorgias, Socrates is estranged from his city's thought, and his fate is impending. The Apology (not a dialogue), Crito, Euthyphro, and the unforgettable Phaedo relate the trial and death of Socrates and propound the immortality of the soul. In the famous Symposium and Phaedrus, written when Socrates was still alive, we find the origin and meaning of love. Cratylus discusses the nature of language. The great masterpiece in ten Books, the Republic, concerns righteousness (and involves education, equality of the sexes, the structure of society, and abolition of slavery). Of the six so-called dialectical dialogues Euthydemus deals with philosophy; metaphysical Parmenides is about general concepts and absolute being; Theaetetus reasons about the theory of knowledge. Of its sequels, Sophist deals with not-being; Politicus with good and bad statesmanship and governments; Philebus with what is good. The Timaeus seeks the origin of the visible universe out of abstract geometrical elements. The unfinished Critias treats of lost Atlantis. Unfinished also is Plato's last work of the twelve Books of Laws (Socrates is absent from it), a critical discussion of principles of law which Plato thought the Greeks might accept. Originally issued in 1929.this is the most recent reprint. new copy in fine d/j  £16.50

[090434-2] Plato. Works in a Bi-Lingual English-Latin Edition in 12 Volumes. Translators: H N Fowler, W R M Lamb, P Shorey, R G Bury The 2 first Volumes of The Republic will be coming out in new editions during 2013, tran;slated by Chris Emlyn-Jones and William Preddy ( Volumes, 36,165,166, 167, 237, 276, 123, 164, 234, 187, 192, 201) new set,  ) Hardbacks in d/j. Re-issues of the editions originally publshed between 1914 and 1935.     £195.00

[F2521] Plato. Republic, 2 Volumes . (Volumes V - VI of the works in a Bi-Lingual English-Latin Edition in the  Volumes where these are Volumes 237 and 276,) Edited and translated by Chris Emlyn-Jones, William Preddy . To be issued during 2013 ¶ ** Plato of Athens, who laid the foundations of the Western philosophical tradition and in range and depth ranks among its greatest practitioners, was born to a prosperous and politically active family ca. 427 BCE. In early life an admirer of Socrates, Plato later founded the first institution of higher learning in the West, the Academy, among whose many notable alumni was Aristotle. Traditionally ascribed to Plato are thirty-six dialogues developing Socrates' dialectic method and composed with great stylistic virtuosity, together with thirteen letters. Republic, a masterpiece of philosophical and political thought, concerns righteousness both in individuals and in communities, and proposes an ideal state organized and governed on philosophical principles. This edition, which replaces the original Loeb edition by Paul Shorey, offers text, translation, and annotation that are fully current with modern scholarship.Currently, 2012, the edition translated by Paul Shorey originally issued in 1930-'35, is still available . New  ) Hardbacks in fine d/j's.  £34.50

[TM0081] Plautus. 1-4 edited and translated By Prof. Wolfgang de Melo, 5 By Paul Nixon. 5 Volumes.. (s -  Volumes 60, 61 ,163, 260,328 ) Volume I: Amphitryon. The Comedy of Asses. The Pot of Gold. The Two Bacchises. The Captives, 2011, 768pp., VOLUME II. CASINA. THE CASKET COMEDY. CURCULIO. EPIDICUS. THE TWO MENAECHMUSES. 2011,576pp., Volume III: The Merchant. The Braggart Soldier. The Ghost. The ersian,2011,592pp., Volume IV: The Little Carthaginian. Pseudolus. The Rope, 2012, 592pp., VOLUME V. STICHUS. THREE BOB DAY. TRUCULENTUS. THE TALE OF A TRAVELLING BAG. FRAGMENTS Translated by Paul Nixon. 1938/latest printing/378pp ¶ ** Plautus made the Romans laugh. This highly successful playwright transformed the mild-mannered Greek New Comedy written more than a century earlier into a more playful and ribald style. Unlike Terence, whose plays were thoroughly Hellenic, Plautus introduces into his borrowings Roman characters, customs, and objects. Plautus is the earliest Latin author of whom we have more than fragments; twenty-one of his plays are extant. Plautus (Titus Maccius), born about 254 BCE at Sarsina in Umbria, went to Rome, engaged in work connected with the stage, lost his money in commerce, then turned to writing comedies. Twenty-one plays by Plautus have survived (one is incomplete). The basis of all is a free translation from comedies by such writers as Menander, Diphilus, and Philemon. So we have Greek manners of Athens about 300-250 BCE transferred to the Roman stage of about 225-185, with Greek places, people, and customs, for popular amusement in a Latin city whose own culture was not yet developed and whose manners were more severe. To make his plays live for his audience, Plautus included many Roman details, especially concerning slavery, military affairs, and law, with some invention of his own, notably in management of metres. The resulting mixture is lively, genial and humorous, with good dialogue and vivid style. There are plays of intrigue (Two Bacchises, The Haunted House, Pseudolus); of intrigue with a recognition theme (The Captives, The Carthaginian, Curculio); plays which develop character (The Pot of Gold, Miles Gloriosus); others which turn on mistaken identity (accidental as in the Menaechmi; caused on purpose as in Amphitryon); plays of domestic life (The Merchant, Casina, both unpleasant; Trinummus, Stichus, both pleasant). Volumes 1-4 are recent translations, Volume 5 is still the 1935 translation. fine set in fine d/j's  £85.00

[TM0082-2] PLINY. NATURAL HISTORY. 10 Volumes. ( Volumes 330, 352, 353, 370,371, 392, 393, 394, 418, 419 s ) ) Pliny the Elder, tireless researcher and writer, is author of the encyclopedic Natural History, in 37 Books, an unrivaled compendium of Roman knowledge. The Loeb edition is in ten Volumes, of which Volumes IV-VI contain the Books related to country life. These are: Books 12-13, on trees: types, qualities, and uses; 14, vineyards and varieties of wine; 15, olives and olive oil and fruit trees; l6, forest trees and their products; 17, cultivated trees; 18-19, farming and vegetable gardening; 20, medicines obtained from garden plants; 21-22, flowers and herbs. VOLUME I BOOKS I-II Translated by H. Rackham 1938/revised 1944/8th printing/372pp., VOLUME II. BOOKS III-VII Translated by H. Rackham 1942/5th printing/674pp., /indexes VOLUME III. BOOKS VIII-XI Translated by H. Rackham 1940/6th printing/626pp., VOLUME IV. BOOKS XII-XVI Translated by H. Rackham 1945/revised 1968/4th printing/564pp., /index . VOLUME V. BOOKS XVII-XIX Translated by H. Rackham 1950/5th printing/562pp., /index . VOLUME VI. BOOKS XX-XXIII Translated by W. H. S. Jones 1951/4th printing/558pp., /index . VOLUME VII. BOOKS XXIV-XXVII. INDEX OF PLANTS Translated by W. H. S. Jones 1956/Revised by A. C. Andrews 1980/ 4th printing/576pp., /index . VOLUME VIII. BOOKS XXVIII-XXXII. INDEX OF FISHES Translated by W. H. S. Jones 1963/3rd printing/604pp., /indexes . VOLUME IX. BOOKS XXXIII-XXXV Translated by H. Rackham 1952/5th printing/430pp., /indexes . VOLUME X. BOOKS XXXVI-XXXVII Translated by D. E. Eichholz 1962/3rd printing/362pp., /indexes . All  ) Hardbacks in fine D/J's     £175.00

[TM0083-2] PLINY. THE YOUNGER LETTERS AND PANEGYRICUS. (s -  Volumes 55 and 59 ) Translated by Betty Radice Pliny's polished and wonderfully descriptive letters--discussing personal, public, and literary concerns--offer a picture of his own large circle of friends (which included Tacitus, Martial, and Suetonius) and of Roman society in all its diversity. Justly famous in this collection are two letters in which he describes in detail the eruption of Vesuvius in A.D. 79. Book 10 contains his correspondence with the emperor Trajan about conditions in Bithynia and Pontus; it includes the earliest pagan accounts of Christians and their rites. VOLUME I. LETTERS, BOOKS I-VII 1969/3rd printing/596pp., /1 map. VOLUME II. LETTERS, BOOKS VIII-X. PANEGYRICUS 1969/4th printing/592pp., /1 map/index . fine  ) Hardbacks in fine D/J's     £35.00

[090187] Plotinus. Ennead I-VI. 7 Volumes. |, Vol. 1: Porphyry's life of Plotinus. Ennead I. Volumes II - VII: Ennead II-VI. ( Volumes L440 - L445 and L468)  ) Hardbacks in d/j {postage abroad for this set is GBP 15.20 }     £125.00

[TM0085] Plutarch. PARALLEL LIVES. 11 Volumes. Translated by B. Perrin VOLUME I. THESEUS AND ROMULUS. LYCURGUS AND NUMA. SOLON AND PUBLICOLA l914/7th printing/604pp., /index   - 99052 8 ( Volume 46 VOLUME II. THEMISTOCLES AND CAMILLUS. ARISTIDES AND CATO MAJOR. CIMON AND LUCULLUS 1914/7th printing/642pp., /index   - 99053 6 ( Volume 47 VOLUME III. PERICLES AND FABIUS MAXIMUS. NICIAS AND CRASSUS 1916/8th printing/456pp., /index   - 99072 2 ( Volume 65 VOLUME IV. ALCIBIADES AND CORIOLANUS. LYSANDER AND SULLA 1916/6th printing/478pp., /index   - 99089 7 ( Volume 80 VOLUME V. AGESILAUS AND POMPEY. PELOPIDAS AND MARCELLUS 1917/5th printing/554pp., /index   - 99097 8 ( Volume 87 VOLUME VI. DION AND BRUTUS. TIMOLEON AND AEMILIUS PAULUS 1918/6th printing/488pp., /index   - 99109 5 ( Volume 98 VOLUME VII. DEMOSTHENES AND CICERO. ALEXANDER AND CAESAR 1919/8th printing/634pp., /index   - 99110 9 ( Volume 99 VOLUME VIII. SERTORIUS AND EUMENES. PHOCION AND CATO THE YOUNGER 1919/5th printing/434pp., /index   - 99111 7 ( Volume 100 VOLUME IX. DEMETRIUS AND ANTONY. PYRRHUS AND GAIUS MARIUS 1920/6th printing/630pp., /index   - 99112 5 ( Volume 101 VOLUME X. AGIS AND CLEOMENES. TIBERIUS AND GAIUS GRACCHUS.PHILOPOEMEN AND FLAMININUS 1921/5th printing/410pp., /index   - 99113 3 ( Volume 102 VOLUME XI. ARATUS. ARTAXERXES. GALBA. OTHO General index by J. W. Cohoon 1926/6th printing/502pp.,   - 99114 1 ( Volume 103 MORALIA 15 Volumes (Volume XIII in two parts) "This miscellany of essays makes Plutarch the Montaigne or Hazlitt of antiquity. He is best known for his Lives, a series of parallel biographies of heroic exemplification describing the great men of Greece and Rome. But the Moralia are as rich, and even more diverse, containing much to instruct and entertain. Written in Greek during the course of Plutarch's life--he flourished about 100 A.D.--they had an enormous influence on western culture until a century or two ago. Some are classics in every sense of the word...This is agreeable and civilised stuff, refreshingly contemporaneous despite having been matured for two thousand years in the casks of literature." --A. C. Grayling, Financial Times [UK] VOLUME I. THE EDUCATION OF CHILDREN. HOW THE YOUNG MAN SHOULD STUDY POETRY. ON LISTENING TO LECTURES. HOW TO TELL A FLATTERER FROM A FRIEND. HOW A MAN MAY BECOME AWARE OF HIS PROGRESS IN VIRTUE Translated by Frank C. Babbitt 1927/5th printing/506pp., /frontispiece/index   - 99217 2 ( Volume 197 VOLUME II. HOW TO PROFIT BY ONE'S ENEMIES. ON HAVING MANY FRIENDS CHANCE. VIRTUE AND VICE. LETTER OF CONDOLENCE TO APOLLONIUS. ADVICE ABOUT KEEPING WELL. ADVICE TO BRIDE AND GROOM. THE DINNER OF THE SEVEN WISE MEN. SUPERSTITION Translated by Frank C. Babbitt 1928/6th printing/522pp., /index   - 99245 8 ( Volume 222 VOLUME III. SAYINGS OF KINGS AND COMMANDERS. SAYINGS OF ROMANS. SAYINGS OF SPARTANS. THE ANCIENT CUSTOMS OF THE SPARTANS. SAYINGS OF SPARTAN WOMEN. BRAVERY OF WOMEN Translated by Frank C. Babbitt 1931/5th printing/612pp., /index   - 99270 9 ( Volume 245 VOLUME IV. ROMAN QUESTIONS. GREEK QUESTIONS. GREEK AND ROMAN PARALLEL STORIES. ON THE FORTUNE OF THE ROMANS. ON THE FORTUNE OR THE VIRTUE OF ALEXANDER. WERE THE ATHENIANS MORE FAMOUS IN WAR OR IN WISDOM? Translated by Frank C. Babbitt 1936/5th printing/566pp., /index   - 99336 5 ( Volume 305 VOLUME V. ISIS AND OSIRIS. THE E AT DELPHI. THE ORACLES AT DELPHI NO LONGER GIVEN IN VERSE. THE OBSOLESCENCE OF ORACLES Translated by Frank C. Babbitt Volume Five of Plutarch's Moralia collects four essays concerning religious matters. "Isis and Osiris" reports on Egyptian religious beliefsÑ-and then goes on to discuss proper approaches to the subject of religion. In two essays Plutarch, who was a priest at Delphi, explores questions about that oracle's site and the customs there. The fourth looks at oracles in general, and is of particular interest as an effort to reconcile science and religion. 1936/6th printing/528pp., /index   - 99337 3 ( Volume 306 VOLUME VI. CAN VIRTUE BE TAUGHT? ON MORAL VIRTUE. ON THE CONTROL OF ANGER. ON TRANQUILLITY OF MIND. ON BROTHERLY LOVE. ON AFFECTION FOR OFFSPRING. WHETHER VICE BE SUFFICIENT TO CAUSE UNHAPPINESS. WHETHER THE AFFECTIONS OF THE SOUL ARE WORSE THAN THOSE OF THE BODY. CONCERNING TALKATIVENESS. ON BEING A BUSYBODY Translated by W. C. Helmbold 1939/5th printing/540pp., /index   - 99371 3 ( Volume 337 VOLUME VII. ON LOVE OF WEALTH. ON COMPLIANCY. ON ENVY AND HATE. ON PRAISING ONESELF INOFFENSIVELY. ON THE DELAYS OF THE DIVINE VENGEANCE. ON FATE. ON THE SIGN OF SOCRATES. ON EXILE. CONSOLATION TO HIS WIFE Translated by Phillip H. De Lacy and Benedict Einarson 1959/4th printing/634pp., /index   - 99446 9 ( Volume 405 VOLUME VIII. TABLE-TALK, BOOKS I-VI Translated by P. A. Clement and H. B. Hoffleit 1969/3rd printing/540pp., /index   - 99466 3 ( Volume 424 VOLUME IX. TABLE-TALK, BOOKS VII-IX Translated by Edwin L. Minar, Jr., and F. H. Sandbach DIALOGUE ON LOVE Translated by W. C. Helmbold 1961/3rd printing/466pp., /index   - 99467 1 ( Volume 425 Plutarch's Symposium or Table-Talk is a collection of dialogues purporting to reproduce the after-dinner conversation of Plutarch and his friends on a number of occasions in different cities. Discussions--at times very lively--cover a wide range of philosophical and scientific questions as well as historical subjects. Some deal with the form and pleasures of the dinner party itself. Plutarch's abiding interest in the ethical implications of customs and ideas is evident throughout. VOLUME X. LOVE STORIES. THAT A PHILOSOPHER OUGHT TO CONVERSE ESPECIALLY WITH MEN IN POWER. TO AN UNEDUCATED RULER. WHETHER AN OLD MAN SHOULD ENGAGE IN PUBLIC AFFAIRS. PRECEPTS OF STATECRAFT. ON MONARCHY, DEMOCRACY, AND OLIGARCHY. THAT WE OUGHT NOT TO BORROW. LIVES OF THE TEN ORATORS. SUMMARY OF A COMPARISON BETWEEN ARISTOPHANES AND MENANDER Translated by H. N. Fowler 1936/5th printing/504pp., /index   - 99354 3 ( Volume 321 VOLUME XI. ON THE MALICE OF HERODOTUS Translated by Lionel Pearson CAUSES OF NATURAL PHENOMENA Translated by F. H. Sandbach 1965/3rd printing/254pp., /index   - 99469 8 ( Volume 426 VOLUME XII. CONCERNING THE FACE WHICH APPEARS IN THE ORB OF THE MOON Translated by Harold Cherniss ON THE PRINCIPLE OF COLD. WHETHER FIRE OR WATER IS MORE USEFUL. WHETHER LAND OR SEA ANIMALS ARE CLEVERER. BEASTS ARE RATIONAL. ON THE EATING OF FLESH Translated by W. C. Helmbold 1957/4th printing/602pp., /index   - 99447 7 ( Volume 406 VOLUME XIII, PART I. PLATONIC ESSAYS Translated by Harold Cherniss 1976/2nd printing/392pp.,   - 99470 1 ( Volume 427 VOLUME XIII, PART II. STOIC ESSAYS Translated by Harold Cherniss 1976/3rd printing/525pp., /index   - 99517 1 ( Volume 470 VOLUME XIV. THAT EPICURUS ACTUALLY MAKES A PLEASANT LIFE IMPOSSIBLE. REPLY TO COLOTES IN DEFENCE OF THE OTHER PHILOSOPHERS. IS "LIVE UNKNOWN" A WISE PRECEPT? ON MUSIC Translated by Benedict Einarson and Phillip H. De Lacy 1967/3rd printing/484pp., /index   - 99472 8 ( Volume 428 VOLUME XV. FRAGMENTS Translated by F. H. Sandbach 1969/2nd printing/434pp., /index   - 99473 6 ( Volume 429  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £195.00

[TM0086] POLYBIUS. HISTORIES. 6 Volumes. Translated by W. R. Paton VOLUME I. BOOKS I-II 1922/8th printing/442pp., /index   - 99142 7 ( Volumes 128,137,138,159,160,161 ) VOLUME II. BOOKS III-IV 1922, 528pp., /index VOLUME III. BOOKS V-VIII 1923/560pp., /index VOLUME IV. BOOKS IX-XV 1925/570pp., /index VOLUME V. BOOKS XVI-XXVII l926 /542pp., /Volume VI. BOOKS XXVIII-XXXIX 1927/574pp.,/index fine  ) Hardback set in fine D/J     £105.00

[092343-2] PROCOPIUS. HISTORY OF THE WARS. 7 Loeb Volumes. Translated by H. B. Dewing (s -  Volumes 48, 81, 107, 173, 217, 290, 343 ) VOLUME I. BOOKS I-II: THE PERSIAN WAR 1914/7th printing/600pp., /index . VOLUME II. BOOKS III-IV: THE VANDALIC WAR 1916/6th printing/494pp., /index. VOLUME III. BOOKS V-VI.15: THE GOTHIC WAR 1919/5th printing/458pp., /map/index . VOLUME IV. BOOKS VI.16-VII.35: THE GOTHIC WAR (continued) 1924/5th printing/496pp., /map/ VOLUME V. BOOKS VII.36-VIII: THE GOTHIC WAR (continued) 1928/5th printing/448pp., / THE ANECDOTA OR SECRET HISTORY Translated by H. B. Dewing VOLUME VI. 1935/6th printing/406pp., /2 maps/index . ON BUILDINGS. GENERAL INDEX Edited and translated by H. B. Dewing with the collaboration of Glanville Downey The Byzantine historian's graphic description of the churches, public buildings, fortifications, and bridges erected by Justinian throughout his empire--from the Church of St. Sophia in Constantinople to city walls at Carthage--is a rich source of information on architecture of the 6th century. This Volume also contains a General Index to all seven Volumes of the Loeb edition of Procopius. VOLUME VII. 1940/5th printing/562pp., /4 plans/3 maps/  ) Hardbacks in fine D/J's     £125.00

[TM0088] PROPERTIUS. ELEGIES. Edited and translated by G. P. Goold The passionate and dramatic elegies of Propertius gained him a reputation as one of Rome's finest love poets. Here he portrays the uneven course of his love affair with Cynthia and also tells us much about the society of his time. And in later poems he turns to the legends of ancient Rome. In this important new edition of the elegies of Propertius, Goold solves some long-standing questions of interpretation and delivers a faithful and stylish prose translation. "This translation is... lively, elegant, and scholarly... [Goold's] text is not only independent but enterprising, a refreshing change after Fedili's Teubner." --D. R. Shackleton Bailey, Gnomon 1990/524pp., /index   - 99020 X ( Volume 18  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[091170-2] PRUDENTIUS. Works in 2 Volumes.. ( Volumes 387 and 398 ) 2 Volumes, s.Translated by H. J. Thomson Prudentius has been called "the father of Christian allegory." Born in 348, Prudentius achieved distinction in government administration but retired in later life to write devotional poetry, becoming the first to use the classical Latin verse forms with complete success in the service of the new faith. His lyrical poetry includes Hymns for the Day, a cycle of twelve hymns for various times of the day, parts of which are still found in modern hymnals; and Crowns of Martyrdom, fourteen long poems celebrating the lives of martyrs, including "The Passion of Agnes." Prudentius also wrote two long didactic poems: Apotheosis, on the doctrine of the Trinity; and Hamartigenia (Origin of Sin), which attacks the Gnostic theologian Marcion. The Loeb edition includes, as well, his Psychomachia, an allegorical description of the struggle between (Christian) virtues and (pagan) vices; Contra Symmachum, a polemic against paganism based on the events of the year 384; and a series of 49 poems describing biblical scenes depicted in wall paintings on a Roman church--a valuable source on Christian iconography. VOLUME I. PREFACE. DAILY ROUND. DIVINITY OF CHRIST. ORIGIN OF SIN. FIGHT FOR MANSOUL. AGAINST SYMMACHUS I 1949/4th printing/420pp., VOLUME II. AGAINST SYMMACHUS II. CROWNS OF MARTYRDOM. SCENES FROM HISTORY. EPILOGUE 1953/4th printing/392pp., /index (fine  ) Hardbacks in fine dust jackets     £35.00

[TM0090] PTOLEMY. TETRABIBLOS. TETRABIBLOS Translated by F. E. Robbins l940/7th printing/502pp., /index   - 99479 5 ( Volume 435  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[093035-1] Quintilian. The Lesser Declamations. 2 Volumes. Edited and translated by D. R. Shackleton Bailey. The Lesser Declamations, dating perhaps from the second century a.d. and attributed to Quintilian, might more accurately be described as emanating from "the school of Quintilian." The collection--here made available for the first time in translation--represents classroom materials for budding Roman lawyers. The instructor who composed these specimen speeches for fictitious court cases adds his comments and suggestions concerning presentation and arguing tactics--thereby giving us insight into Roman law and education. A wide range of scenarios is imagined. Some evoke the plots of ancient novels and comedies: pirates, exiles, parents and children in conflict, adulterers, rapists, and wicked stepmothers abound. Other cases deal with such matters as warfare between neighboring cities, smuggling, historical (and quasi-historical) events, tyrants and tyrannicides. Two gems are the speech opposing a proposal to equalize wealth, and the case of a Cynic youth who has forsworn worldly goods but sues his father for cutting off his allowance. Of the original 388 sample cases in the collection, 145 survive. These are now added to the  in a two-Volume edition, a fluent translation by D. R. Shackleton Bailey facing an updated Latin text. ( Volumes 500 and 501 ) 2006, new copies in fine dust jackets, [ ISBN's: 0674996186 and 0674996194 ]     £35.00

[TM0091] QUINTUS SMYRNAEUS. The Fall of Troy. Translated into verse by A. S. Way 1913/5th printing/640pp., /index   - 99022 6 ( Volume 19  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[TM0092] REMAINS OF OLD LATIN. Translated by E. H. Warmington. 4 Voilumes. VOLUME I. ENNIUS. CAECILIUS 1935/6th printing/632pp., (s -  Volumes 294,329, 314, 359.) VOLUME II. LIVIUS ANDRONICUS. NAEVIUS. PACUVIUS. ACCIUS 1936/5th printing/704pp., /index VOLUME III. LUCILIUS. THE LAW OF THE TWELVE TABLES Lucilius, the "father" of Roman satire, was born probably in 180 BC to a family of senatorial status. Almost everything became a subject of his satiric verse: politics, correspondence, a journey, social life and its problems, literary and dramatic criticism, even spelling. In the surviving 1300 lines of his work a conversational style predominates, a tone that reappears in more refined language in Horace's satire. 1938/6th printing/584 pp., VOLUME IV. ARCHAIC INSCRIPTIONS 1940, 534pp., /2 illustrations/ index fine  ) Hardback set in D/J's     £69.50

[NM131] Roman History. Civil War Books I-iii.. bi-ligual edition Greek-eNGLISH . ( Volume 3) L4.     £16.95

[TM0093] SALLUST. WAR WITH CATILINE. WAR WITH JUGURTHA.SELECTIONS FROM THE HISTORIES. DOUBTFUL WORKS. Translated by J. C. Rolfe 1921/revised 1931/10th printing/562pp., /index   - 99128 1 ( Volume 116  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[090904-1] Seneca. MORAL ESSAYS and Other Titles (see below) 10 Loeb Volumes Together. ( Volumes (S) 214, 254, 310, 75, 76, 77, 78, 450, 457, 62, ) Moral essays: 3 Volumes. Translated by John W. Basore Seneca's Stoic philosophy is captured in his Moral Essays. On Providence (which tries to answer the question: why, if god is omnipotent, do good people suffer), On Constancy (on Stoic self-sufficiency), On Anger, and On Clemency (addressed to the emperor Nero) are included in the first of this three-Volume edition. Volume II contains On the Good Life (outlining the Stoic program of living according to nature), On Leisure, On Tranquility (in which Seneca suggests a way of life that will bring contentment), On the Brevity of Life (which argues that intellectual pursuits and a proper understanding of time will make full even a short life), and the three Consolations (to Marcia, to Helvia, to Polybius). On Benefits (in Volume III) discusses what constitutes a favor, how it should be given and how received, and the nature of gratitude and ingratitude. VOLUME I. DE PROVIDENTIA. DE CONSTANTIA. DE IRA. DE CLEMENTIA 1928/7th printing/470pp., VOLUME II. DE CONSOLATIONE AD MARCIAM. DE VITA BEATA. DE OTIO. DE TRANQUILLITATE ANIMI. DE BREVITATE VITAE. DE CONSOLATIONE AD POLYBIUM. DE CONSOLATIONE AD HELVIAM 1932/9th printing/508pp., /index. VOLUME III. DE BENEFICIIS l935/5th printing/540pp., /index . EPISTLES: 3 Volumes Translated by R. M. Gummere Probably the most attractive of Seneca's works is this collection of 124 Epistles or Letters to Lucilius. Here Seneca writes occasionally about technical problems of philosophy, but more often in a relaxed style about moral and ethical questions, relating them to personal experiences: visits to gladiatorial shows and seaside resorts, the rigors of travel, the loss of friends, and the like. The reader is thus transported to the first century Roman scene while sampling the Stoic philosopher's thoughts about the good life. The Loeb edition is in three Volumes: VOLUME IV. EPISTLES 1-65 l917/9th printing/484pp., VOLUME V. EPISTLES 66-92 1920/7th printing/486pp., /indexes. VOLUME VI. EPISTLES 93-124 1925/6th printing/470pp., NATURALES QUAESTIONES 2 Volumes Translated by T. H. Corcoran VOLUME VII. BOOKS I-III 1971/328pp., VOLUME X. BOOKS IV-VII 1972/318pp., /foldout. TRAGEDIES 2 Volumes Translated by Frank J. Miller VOLUME VIII. HERCULES FURENS. TROADES. MEDEA. HIPPOLYTUS OR PHAEDRA. OEDIPUS 1917/8th printing/586pp., VOLUME IX. AGAMEMNON. THYESTES. HERCULES OETAEUS. PHOENISSAE. OCTAVIA 1917/5th printing/548pp., /index . fine  ) HardbackS in fine D/J'S NEW set.     £175.00

[TM0096] Seneca the Elder. Declamations. Translated by M. Winterbotton VOLUME I. CONTROVERSIAE, BOOKS I-VI 1974/558pp., ( Volumes 463 & 464 ) VOLUME II. CONTROVERSIAE, BOOKS VII-X. SUASORIAE. FRAGMENTS 1974/648pp., /indexes.  ) Hardbacks in fine D/J 's     £35.00

[TM0097-3] SEXTUS EMPIRICUS. Translated by R. G. Bury. VOLUME I. OUTLINES OF PYRRHONISM 560pp., ( Volumes 273 ,291,311,382 )VOLUME II. AGAINST THE LOGICIANS VOLUME III. AGAINST THE PHYSICISTS. AGAINST THE ETHICISTS /564pp., /Glossary/indexes VOLUME IV. AGAINST THE PROFESSORS l949, 418pp., /index . Originally published 1933-1949, these are the latest printings.  ) Hardbacks in fine D/J's, new condition, no damage.     £69.75

[TM0098] SIDONIUS. Translated by W. B. Anderson. VOLUME I. POEMS. LETTERS, BOOKS I-II 1936/5th printing/560pp.,   - 99327 6 ( Volume 296 VOLUME II. LETTERS, BOOKS III-IX Prepared by W. H. Semple and by E. H. Warmington from material left by W. B. Anderson 1965/3rd printing/668pp., /index   - 99462 0 ( Volume 420  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £35.00

[TM0099-2] SILIUS ITALICUS. PUNICA. 2 Volumes. Translated by J. D. Duff. VOLUME I. BOOKS I-VIII 1934/recent printing/462pp., (s -  Volumes 277 & 278 ) VOLUME II. BOOKS IX-XVII 1934/ recent printing . 506pp., index  ) Hardbacks in fine dust jackets     £35.00

[TM0100-1] SOPHOCLES. Edited and translated by Hugh Lloyd-Jones 3 Volumes.. VOLUME I. AJAX. ELECTRA. OEDIPUS TYRANNUS 1994/2nd printing/492pp., VOLUME II. ANTIGONE. THE WOMEN OF TRACHIS. PHILOCTETES. OEDIPUS AT COLONUS 1994/608pp., Volume III: Fragments 1996, 442pp., index. ( Volumes 20, 21 and 483 ) (Bi-lingual Greek-English texts) Sophocles (c. 490-404 B.C.), with Aeschylus and Euripides, was one of the three great tragic poets of Athens. The subjects of his plays were drawn from mythology and legend. Each play contains at least one heroic figure, a character whose strength, courage, or intelligence exceeds the human norm--but who also has more than ordinary pride and self-assurance. These qualities combine to lead to a tragic end. Hugh Lloyd-Jones now gives us a masterful new translation of the seven surviving plays of Sophocles. The facing Greek is the corrected version of the Oxford Classical Text edited by Hugh Lloyd-Jones and Nigel Wilson (1990). Volume I contains Oedipus Tyrannus (which tells the famous Oedipus story), Ajax (a heroic tragedy of wounded self-esteem), and Electra (the story of two siblings who seek revenge on their mother and her lover for killing their father). Volume II contains Oedipus at Colonus (the climax of the fallen hero's life), Antigone (a conflict between public authority and an individual woman's conscience), Philoctetes (Odysseus' intrigue to bring an unwilling hero to the Trojan War), and The Women of Trachis (a fatal attempt by Heracles' wife to regain her husband's love). "Hugh Lloyd-Jones was a very natural choice of editor...He gives a 22-page introduction on Sophocles' life, together with a very brief consideration of the seven plays and a short guide to further reading." --Greece and Rome "Lloyd-Jones' prose is, then, just right for today's taste, which is intolerant of another's poetic sensibility interposed between itself and Sophocles." --Donald Lyons, New Criterion. In this new translation a reliable and finely tuned guide to the original - the facing Greek is the corrected version of the Oxford Classical Text, edited by Hugh Lloyd-Jones and Nigel Wilson. VOLUME III. FRAGMENTS Sophocles (497/6-406 B.C.), the second of the three great tragedians of Athens and by common consent one of the world's greatest poets, wrote more than 120 plays. Only seven of these survive complete, but we have a wealth of fragments, from which much can be learned about Sophocles' language and dramatic art. This Volume presents, in Greek and facing English translation, a collection of all the major fragments, ranging in length from two lines to a very substantial portion of the satyr play The Searchers. Prefatory notes provide frameworks for the fragments of the known plays. Many of the Sophoclean fragments were preserved by quotation in other authors; others, some of considerable size, are known to us from papyri discovered during the past century. Among the lost plays of which we have large fragments, The Searchers shows the god Hermes, soon after his birth, playing an amusing trick on his brother Apollo; Inachus portrays Zeus coming to Argos to seduce Io, the daughter of its king; and Niobe tells how Apollo and his sister Artemis punish Niobe for a slight upon their mother by killing her twelve children. Throughout the Volume, as in the extant plays, we see Sophocles drawing his subjects from heroic legend. "This is a publication of very great importance." --Peter Jones, JACT Review 1996/442pp., /index fine  ) Hardbacks in fine dust jackets.     £49.50

[091895-2] ST.Basil. Letters. 4 Volumes. Bi ligual edition Greek- English. ( Volumes. )Vol 1, L190., , Vol 2, L215., Vol 3; L243., Vol 4, L270. fine  ) Hardbacks in original d/j's.     £69.50

[021104] Statius. Silvae.. 0, Ed. by Shackelton-Bailey. ( Series, Volume 206.) 2003, 438pp. Bound     £16.95

[TM0101] STATIUS. Silvae and Achilleid. 2 Volumes. Translated by J. H. Mozley. VOLUME I. SILVAE. THEBAID, BOOKS I-IV 1928/ recent printing 604pp., /map (s -  Volumes 206 and 207 ) VOLUME II. THEBAID, BOOKS V-XII. ACHILLEID 1928/lrecent printing 602pp.,  ) Hardbacks in fine dust jackets     £35.00

[093080-2] Strabo. Geography 8 Volumes. (Loeb library Volumes 49,50,182,196,211,223,241,267) Translated by Horace L Jones. Vols. 1-7 contain the Books 1-16 and Volume 8 contains book 17 and the general index. re-issues of the editions originally published between 1917 and 1932, 3,902pp., 16 maps. each Volume also has an index itself. fine set in d/w     £145.00

[TM0102] SUETONIUS. Translated by J. C. Rolfe. 2 Volumes. ( Volumes 31 and 38 ) s . New Introduction by K. R. Bradley Lawyer and for a time private secretary to the emperor Hadrian, Suetonius was a knowledgeable and diligent collector of facts about his world. His Lives of the Caesars and Lives of Illustrious Men are invaluable and fascinating sources of information. Seasoned with entertaining anecdotes and bits of scandalous gossip relating to the lives of the first 12 emperors, Suetonius' biographies offer a colourful picture of Roman imperial politics and society. His account of Nero's death is justly famous. For this revised edition Donna W. Hurley has selectively corrected and updated the translation and notes of Lives of the Caesars; G. P. Goold has revised the text of Lives of Illustrious Men to take account of recent scholarship. In a substantial new introduction K. R. Bradley analyzes Suetonius' work. VOLUME I. THE LIVES OF THE CAESARS: JULIUS. AUGUSTUS. TIBERIUS. GAIUS. CALIGULA 1914/revised 1951/11 printings/revised edition 1998/518pp., VOLUME II. THE LIVES OF THE CAESARS (continued): CLAUDIUS. NERO. GALBA, OTHO, AND VITELLIUS. VESPASIAN. TITUS, DOMITIAN. THE LIVES OF ILLUSTRIOUS MEN: GRAMMARIANS AND RHETORICIANS. POETS (TERENCE. VIRGIL. HORACE. TIBULLUS. PERSIUS. LUCAN). THE LIVES OF PLINY THE ELDER AND PASSIENUS CRISPUS 1914/12 printings/revised edition 1997/556pp., /index -  ) Hardbacks in fine dust jackets, as new     £35.00

[TM0103] TACITUS. Translated by M. Hutton. 5 Volumes AGRICOLA, revised by R. M. Ogilvie GERMANIA Translated by M. Hutton, revised by E. H. Warmington DIALOGUE ON ORATORY Translated by Wm. Peterson, revised by M. Winterbottom Dialogue on Oratory is a lively conversation of three friends-Ña lawyer, a poet, and a connoisseur of oratoryÑ-about declining standards in the art of public speaking (a question that also troubled Quintilian). The discussion, relaxed and urbane, is concerned with eloquence in both political and lawcourt speeches. This work by Tacitus has a distinctly Ciceronian air. VOLUME I. 1914/8 printings/revised edition 1970/4th printing/374pp., /2 maps/ indexes   - 99039 0 ( Volume 35 HISTORIES Translated by Clifford H. Moore ANNALS Translated by John Jackson.  ) Hardbacks in fine D/J's     £89.55

[TM0104] Terence. Translated by John Sargeaunt. 2 VolumesTerence came to Rome from North Africa as a slave in the household of a senator who freed him. His six plays (all of them extant), first performed in the 160s B.C. in Rome, were all based on New Comedy models--like other Roman comedies of the time. In contrast to the exuberance and buffoonery of Plautus, Terence gives us realistic scenes and witty, refined Latin. VOLUME I. THE LADY OF ANDROS. THE SELF-TORMENTOR. THE EUNUCH 1912/12th printing/366pp., /frontispiece   - 99025 0 ( Volume 22 VOLUME II. PHORMIO.THE MOTHER-IN-LAW. THE BROTHERS 1912/12th printing/330pp.,   - 99026 9 ( Volume 23  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £35.00

[TM0105] TERTULLIAN. APOLOGY AND DE SPECTACULIS. Translated by T. R. Glover MINUCIUS FELIX, OCTAVIUS Translated by G. H. Rendall (based on the unfinished version of W. C. A. Kerr) 1931/7th printing/474pp., /index   - 99276 8 ( Volume 250  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[TM0043-1] THEOCRITUS, BION, MOSCHUS. Translated by J. M. Edmonds. GREEK BUCOLIC POETS 1912/12th printing/556pp., /index ( Volume 28 ) fine  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[F0537] Theophrastus:. CHARACTERS. Translated by Jeffrey Rusten HERODAS, MIMES Translated by I. C. Cunningham CERCIDAS AND THE CHOLIAMBIC POETS Translated by A. D. Knox (1929) This Volume collects some of the liveliest examples of Greek literary portraiture. The Characters of Theophrastus sketches thirty hypothetical men, each dominated by a single fault, such as rudeness, superstitution, or greed. Unassuming in style, the sketches nonetheless bear resemblance on the one hand to Aristotle's account of faults and virtues and on the other to the vivid figures of Menandrian New Comedy. This new text and translation by Jeffrey Rusten is based on the most recent scholarship. Herodas flourished in the 270s and 260s--the high point of Hellenistic poetry. His poems are choliambic mimes, dramatic dialogues that depict characters in everyday urban settings and situations. I. C. Cunningham presents a new translation of Herodas, based on his Teubner text. Also included here, in a reprint of the earlier Loeb edition by A. D. Knox, are the fragments of Greek poetry in the choliambic meter--especially those which offer a tantalizing glimpse into the raucous and sordid world of Hipponax--and the lyric iambics on themes of Cynic philosophy by Cercidas. "Theophrastus' Characters, an engaging survey of bad behaviour, is full of what R. C. Jebb called 'the social language of Athens' as practised by members of its fourth-century leisure class...Jeffrey Rusten's recent addition to the  series provides a wholly readable translation and a conscientious edition of a problematic text." --Elizabeth Bobrick, Journal of Hellenic Studies 1993/584pp., ( Volume 255) v..g. 2nd hand  ) Hardback in fine D/J [ sp ]     £9.50

[SH0185] Theophrastus:. CHARACTERS. Translated by Jeffrey Rusten HERODAS, MIMES Translated by I. C. Cunningham CERCIDAS AND THE CHOLIAMBIC POETS Translated by A. D. Knox (1929) This Volume collects some of the liveliest examples of Greek literary portraiture. The Characters of Theophrastus sketches thirty hypothetical men, each dominated by a single fault, such as rudeness, superstitution, or greed. Unassuming in style, the sketches nonetheless bear resemblance on the one hand to Aristotle's account of faults and virtues and on the other to the vivid figures of Menandrian New Comedy. This new text and translation by Jeffrey Rusten is based on the most recent scholarship. Herodas flourished in the 270s and 260s--the high point of Hellenistic poetry. His poems are choliambic mimes, dramatic dialogues that depict characters in everyday urban settings and situations. I. C. Cunningham presents a new translation of Herodas, based on his Teubner text. Also included here, in a reprint of the earlier Loeb edition by A. D. Knox, are the fragments of Greek poetry in the choliambic meter--especially those which offer a tantalizing glimpse into the raucous and sordid world of Hipponax--and the lyric iambics on themes of Cynic philosophy by Cercidas. "Theophrastus' Characters, an engaging survey of bad behaviour, is full of what R. C. Jebb called 'the social language of Athens' as practised by members of its fourth-century leisure class...Jeffrey Rusten's recent addition to the  series provides a wholly readable translation and a conscientious edition of a problematic text." --Elizabeth Bobrick, Journal of Hellenic Studies 1993/584pp., ( Volume 255)  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[TM0106] Theophrastus:. ENQUIRY INTO PLANTS & DE CAUSIS PLANTARUM . 5 Volumes. 2 Volumes 504pp ( Volume 70, 79 ) Translated by A. F. Hort VOLUME I. BOOKS I-V 1916/5th printing. VOLUME II. BOOKS VI-IX. TREATISE ON ODOURS. CONCERNING WEATHER SIGNS 1916/5th printing/5l0pp., indexes . TOGETHER WITH: DE CAUSIS PLANTARUM 3 Volumes 8 ( Volumes 471, 474, 475 ) ( Translated by B. Einarson and G. K. K. Link Theophrastus was a student, collaborator, and successor of Aristotle; his writings on plants form a counterpart to Aristotle's zoological works. In the Enquiry into Plants he classifies and describes varieties of plants; in De Causis Plantarum he turns to plant physiology. Books One and Two (in Volume I) discuss generation, sprouting, flowering, and fruiting. Books Three and Four (Volume II) study cultivation and agricultural methods. Books Five and Six (Volume III) cover breeding, diseases, and distinctive flavors and odors. VOLUME I. BOOKS I-II 1976/430pp VOLUME II. BOOKS III-IV 1990/368pp., VOLUME III. BOOKS V-VI l990/474pp.,  ) Hardbacks in fine D/J. s.     £89.55

[TM0108] Thucydides and Jones, Sir H Stuart (Ed). HISTORY OF THE PELOPONNESIAN WAR. 4 Volumes Translated by C. F. Smith VOLUME I. BOOKS I-II 1919/revised 1928/9th printing/486pp., /3 maps   - 99120 6 ( Volume 108 VOLUME II. BOOKS III-IV 1920/revised 1930/7th printing/456pp /2 maps   - 99121 4 ( Volume 109 VOLUME III. BOOKS V-VI 1921/7th printing/382pp., /3 maps   - 99122 2 ( Volume 110 VOLUME IV. BOOKS VII-VIII. GENERAL INDEX 1923/8th printing/466pp., /5 maps   - 99187 7 ( Volume 169  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £69.50

[TM0109] VALERIUS FLACCUS. ARGONAUTICA. Translated by J. H. Mozley 1934/revised 1936/6th printing/482pp., /index   - 99316 0 ( Volume 286  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[092175-3] VARRO. ON THE LATIN LANGUAGE. 2 Volumes. ( Volume 333 & 334 ) Translated by Roland G. Kent .VOLUME I. BOOKS V-VII 1938/revised 1951/6th printing/420pp., VOLUME II. BOOKS VIII-X. FRAGMENTS l938/revised 1951/6th printing/308pp.,  ) Hardbacks in fine D/J's     £35.00

[TM0111] VELLEIUS PATERCULUS. COMPENDIUM OF ROMAN HISTORY RES GESTAE DIVI AUGUSTI. Translated by F. W. Shipley 1924/7th printing/452pp., /index   - 99168 0 ( Volume 152  ) Hardback in fine D/J     £16.95

[014632] VIRGIL. Volume I. Eclogues. Georgics. Aeneid: Books 1-6 Volume II. Aeneid: Books 7-12. Appendix Vergiliana . 2 Volumes. Translated by: H. Rushton Fairclough , revised by: G. P. Goold Volume I: For this revised edition of the 's Virgil, G. P. Goold has corrected the text in accord with recent scholarship, revised the translation to reflect current idiom, and supplied a new introduction and explanatory notes. Fairclough's edition, long a faithful standard, has thus been thoroughly updated. Volume II: The Loeb edition of Virgil, long a standard, has now been thoroughly updated. Retaining the excellence of Fairclough's ".heroic prose". translation but pruning away its archaisms, G. P. Goold gives us a revised reading that reflects current idiom. Goold has also amended the text and apparatus and provides a new Introduction and explanatory notes. In a preface to the Appendix Vergiliana he addresses the provenance and attribution of these poems traditionally ascribed to Virgil and previously collected as his .Minor Poems. Bi-lingual English/Latin edition. ( , Volumes 63 and 64 ) 1216pp. as new , Cloth in d/j     £35.00

[092136-1] VITRUVIUS. ON ARCHITECTURE. 2 Volumes. Translated by Frank Granger ( Volumes 251 and 280 ) VOLUME I. BOOKS I-V 1931/7th printing/358pp., /9 plates / frontispiece/ index VOLUME II. BOOKS VI-X 1934/5th printing/430pp., /12 plates/index Fine as new  ) Hardbacks in fine D/J's     £35.00

[021105] West, M L. Greek Epic Fragment. 0, CLassical Library Series 497 vii, ix, 316pp. Bound. 2003     £16.95

[TM0113-1] Xenophon. Translated by C. L. Brownson. 7 Volumes. VOLUME I. BOOKS I-IV 1918/6th printing/396pp., (s -  Volumes 88, 89, 90, 168, 51, 52, 183 )VOLUME II. BOOKS V-VII 1921/8th printing/366pp., ANABASIS Translated by C. L. Brownson Revised by John Dillery Xenophon's vivid eyewitness account of the expedition of the Ten Thousand Greek mercenaries who fought under Cyrus is now available in a fully revised edition. John Dillery has corrected the Greek text in accordance with current scholarship, revised Brownson's translation, supplied updated notes, and provided a new Introduction. Xenophon's Anabasis is an engrossing tale of remarkable adventures. It is also an invaluable source on Greek military forces. VOLUME III. l922/7th printing/652pp., /map/index. MEMORABILIA AND OECONOMICUS Translated by E. C. Marchant SYMPOSIUM AND APOLOGIA Translated by O. J. Todd In Memorabilia or Memoirs of Socrates and in Oeconomicus, a dialogue about household management, we see the philosopher through Xenophon's eyes. Here, and in the accompanying Symposium we also obtain insight on life in Athens. The Volume concludes with Xenophon's Apology, an interesting complement to Plato's account of Socrates' defense at his trial. Ostensibly an account of a dinner party in the summer of 421 B.C., Xenophon's Symposium is a vibrant picture of an Athenian evening of quiet entertainment and conversation. Among the guests Socrates is the central figure, and--as in Plato's Symposium--love is the main subject of debate. But the style here is more relaxed and less artful than in Plato's philosophical dialogue, yielding an engaging portrait of Socrates and of Athenian social life. VOLUME IV. 1923/9th printing/704pp., /indexes . CYROPAEDIA 2 Volumes Translated by Walter Miller VOLUME V. BOOKS I-IV l914/7th printing/416pp. VOLUME VI. BOOKS V-VIII l914/8th printing/486pp., /index . SCRIPTA MINORA Translated by E. C. Marchant . CONSTITUTION OF THE ATHENIANS Translated by Glen W. Bowersock VOLUME VII. 1925/revised and supplemented 1968/8th printing/564pp.,  ) Hardbacks in fine D/J's     £125.00