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Bohn's Classical Library: A Complete Listing

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Achilles Tatius. See Greek Romances
Aeschylus. The Dramas of Aeschylus. Translated by Anna Swanwick. 2 vols. 1866, 1873. lx, 466 pp; viii, 280pp. Full text:   Volume 1   Volume 2   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Aeschylus. The Tragedies of Aeschylus. In Prose, with Notes and Introduction by T. A. Buckley. 1849. xx, 234pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Aeschylus. The new readings contained in Hermann's posthumous edition of Aeschylus. translated and considered by George Burges; forming an appendix to the prose translation of Aeschylus published in Bohn's classical library.. 1853. 156pp. Not seen with a Bohn Classical Library Half Title. But included in contemporary catalogue listings of the Classical Library. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Ammianus Marcellinus. History of Rome during the Reigns of Constantius, Julian, Jovianus,Valentinian, and Valens. Translated by C. D. Yonge. 1862. 646pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Antoninus, M. Aurelius. The Thoughts of the Emperor M. Aurelius Antoninus. Translated, with Notes, Biographical Sketch, and Essay on the Philosophy, by George Long. . 1862. lxxiii, 224pp. Fine paper edition on hand-made paper also available. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Apollonius Rhodius. The Argonautica. Translated into English prose from the text of R. Merkel, by Edward P. Coleridge.. 1889. 209pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Appian. The Roman History of Appian of Alexandria. Translated from the Greek by Horace White, M.A., LL.D.. 1899. Two volumes. I: lxix,413pp.; II: 554pp. Published simultaneously in the United States by Macmillan Company. A copy examined, with the Bell imprint, had a half title without the Bohn Classical Library designation Full text:   Volume 1   Volume 2   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Apuleius. The works of Apuleius, comprising the Metamorphoses, or Golden ass, The God of Socrates, The Florida, and his Defence, or A discourse on magic. A new translation. To which are added, a metrical version of Cupid and Psyche, and Mrs. Tighe's Psyche, a poem in six cantos.. 1853. ix,533pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Aristophanes. Aristophanes' Comedies. Translated, with Notes and Extracts from Frere's and other Metrical Versions, by W. J. Hickie. . 1853. vi,747pp. 2 Vols, single pagination. Full text:   Volume 1   Volume 2   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Aristotle. Aristotle's History of Animals in Ten Books. Translated by Richard Cresswell. 1862. ix, 326pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Aristotle. Rhetoric and Poetics. 1853. iv, 500pp. Aristotle's treatise on rhetoric / literally translated from the Greek, with an analysis by Thomas Hobbes, and a series of questions.new edition, to which is added, a supplementary analysis containing the Greek definitions ; also The Poetic of Aristotle. Bohn had an edition of the identical content dated 1850 but not labeled as part of the classical library. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Aristotle. The Metaphysics of Aristotle. Literally translated from the Greek, with notes, analysis, questions, and index. By the Rev. John M'Mahon. 1857. xcvi, 445pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Aristotle. The Nicomachean ethics of Aristotle. 1850. lxxxi, 347pp Tr. with notes, original & selected; an analytical introduction; and questions for the use of students by R. W. Browne. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Aristotle. The Organon, or Logical treatises, of Aristotle. With the introduction of Porphyry.. 1853. 2 vols., continuous pagination. I: viii, 356pp; II: 357-735; Literally translated, with notes, syllogistic examples, analysis, and introduction, by Octavius Freire Owen Full text:   volume 1   volume 2   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Aristotle. The Politics and Economics of Aristotle. 1853. lxxx,338pp. Translated, with notes, original and selected, and analyses. To which are prefixed, an introductory essay and a Life of Aristotle, by Dr. Gillies. By Edward Walford. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Arrian. Arrian's Anabasis of Alexander and Indica. 1893. xx, 452pp. Translated, with a copious commentary, by Edward James Chinnock. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Athenaeus, of Naucratis. The Deipnosophists; or, Banquet of the learned. 1854. 3 Vols, continuous pagination. I: vi, 432pp; II: 433-815; III: 818-1252 literally translated by C.D. Yonge, B.A. With an appendix of poetical fragments, rendered into English verse by various authors, and a general index Full text:   volume 1   volume 2   volume 3   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Bion. See Theocritus
Bohn, Henry G. The standard library atlas of classical geography : completed to the present state of knowledge : with a general index giving the latitude & longitude of every place named on the maps.. 1861. iv, 24pp; 44 leaves of plates. I have not seen a copy with the normal half-title page identifying the book as part of the classical library, but Bohn did regularly include this within their own listings of the classical library. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Caesar. Commentaries on the Gallic and Civil Wars : with the supplementary books attributed to Hirtius ; including the Alexandrian,African and Spanish wars. 1853. iv, 572pp. Literally translated, with notes and a very elaborate index. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Callimachus. See Hesiod
Catullus. The Works of Catallus and Tibullus, and the Vigil of Venus. 1854. viii,400pp. A literal prose translation with notes, by Walter K Kelly. Also seen, from Bohn and with the same year of publication, the identical content but with the title prefixed "Erotica . The Poems ...". Full text:   The Workds   variant title   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Cicero. Cicero On oratory and orators; with his letters to Quintus and Brutus.. 1855. [i], 522pp Translated or edited by J. S. Watson Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Cicero. Cicero's three books Of offices, or moral duties : also his Cato major, an essay on old age; Lælius, an essay on friendship; Paradoxes; Scipio's dream; and Letter to Quintus on the duties of a magistrate. 1856. vii, 342pp. Literally translated, with notes, designed to exhibit a comparative view of the opinions of Cicero, and those of modern moralists and ethical philosophers by Cyrus R. Edmonds. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Cicero. The Academic questions, treatise de finibus and tusculan disputations of M. T. Cicero : with a sketch of the Greek philosophers mentioned by Cicero. 1853. xxxii, 474pp. Literally translated by C. D. Yonge Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Cicero. The Orations of Marcus Tullius Cicero. Literally transationed by C. D Yonge.. 1852. 4 vols.I: 545pp. II: 523pp. III: 500pp. IV: 540pp. Full text:   volume 1   volume 2   volume 3   volume 4   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Cicero. The treatises of M.T. Cicero : On the nature of the gods; On divination; On fate; On the republic; On the laws; and On standing for the consulship. 1853. 510pp. Literally translated, chiefly by the editor, C.D. Yonge Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Cornelius Nepo. See Justin
Demosthenes. The Orations of Demosthenes. 1863, 5 vols. I: 312pp; II: 401pp; III: 407pp; IV: 420pp. V:i,401pp. Originally listed in Bohn catalogue's as 4 volumes. The fifth volume was available by 1863. Volume one published unter the title "The Olynthiac and other public orations of Demosthenes". It begins with roman page numbers for most of the preface and chronology, and then switches to conventional page numbers without resetting to 1. Full text:   volume 1   volume 2   volume 3   volume 4   volume 5   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
[Dictionary]. Dictionary of Latin quotations, proverbs, maxims, and mottos, classical and mediaeval, including law terms and phrases. With a selection of Greek quotations.. 1856. vi,558pp. Edited by H. T. Riley. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Diogenes Laertius. The Lives and Opionions of Eminent Philosophers. 1853. viii, 488pp. Literally translated by C. D. Yonge. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Epictetus. The Discourses of Epictetus; with the Encheiridion and fragments. 1848. xiii, 452pp. Translated, with notes, a life of Epictetus, and a view of his philosophy by G. Long. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Euripides. The Tragedies of Euripides. Literally translated or revised, with critical and explanatory notes, by Theodore Alois Buckley. 1850. 2 Vols. I: xi, 402pp; II: 334pp. Full text:   volume 1   volume 2   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Euripides. The plays of Euripides. 1891. 2 vols.I: xxii, 377pp; II: 469pp Translated into English prose from the text of Paley by Edward P. Coleridge. Full text:   volume 1   volume 2   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Eutropius. See Justin
Florus. See Sallust
[Greek Anthology]. Greek Anthology. In English prose by G Burges, M.A. With metrical versions by Bland, Merivale and others. 1854. vii, 518pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
[Greek Romances]. Greek Romances of Heliodorus, Longus and Achilles Tatius. Translated, with notes, by the Rev. R. Smith, M.A.. 1855. xxxii, 511 pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Heliodorus. See Greek Romances
Hesiod. The works of Hesiod, Callimachus, and Theognis. literally translated into English prose, with copious notes, by J. Banks ; to which are appended the metrical translations of Elton, Tytler, and Frere. 1856. xxi, 495pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Homer. Iliad. Literally translated, with explanatory notes, by Theodore Alois Buckley, B.A.. 1851. [1],466pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Homer. The Odyssey of Homer, with the Hymns, Epigrams, and Battle of the Mice and Frogs. Literally translated, with explanatory notes, by Theodore Alois Buckley, B.A.. 1851. xxxii, 432pp. Includes a Life of Homer attributed to Herodotus of Halicarnassus Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Horace. The Works of Horace. Translated literally into English Prose by C. Smart, A.M. A new edition, revised, with a copious selection of notes, by Theodore Alois Buckley, B.A.. 1853. viii, 325pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Horace. The Poems of Horace. A Literal Translation by A. Hamilton Bryce, LL.D., F.R.S.E. With Memoir and Introductions.. 1902. xiii,293pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Julian. Julian the emperor containing Gregory Nazianzen's two Invectives and Libanius' Monody : with Julian's extant theosophical works. Translated by C. A. King, M.A.. 1888. xiv, 288pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Justin. Justin, Cornelius Nepos, and Eutropius. literally translated with notes and an index by John Selby Watson. 1853. xvi, 551pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Juvenal. The Satires of Juvenal, Persius, Sulpicia, and Lucilius. Literally translated into English Prose, with notes, chronological tables, arguments, &c by the Rev Lewis Evans, M.A.. 1852. lv, 512pp. "and to which is added the metrical versions of juvenal and Persius, by the late William Gifford, Esq." Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Livy. The History of Rome. Literally translated, with notes and illustrations, by D. Spillan, A.M. MD; and Cyrus Edmunds; and William M'Devitte. 1849. 4 volumes, continuously paginated. I: [books 1-8] 558pp. II: [books 9-26] 559-1087pp. III: [books 27-36]. 1088-1654pp. IV: [books 37 to the end] 1655-2278pp. The four volumes were released over several years. Full text:   volume 1   volume 2   volume 3   volume 4   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Longus. See Hesiod
Lucan. The Pharsalia of Lucan. Literally translated into English prose, with copious notes, H. T. Riley, B.A.. 1853. xi, 427pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Lucian. Lucian's Dialogues namely The Dialogues of the Gods, of the Sea-Gods, and of the Dead; Zeus the Tragedian, the Ferry-Boat, etc.. Translated with notes and a preliminary memoir by Howard Williams, M.A.. 1888. xv, 315pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Lucilius. See Juvenal
Lucretius. On the Nature of Things. A philosophical poem in six books. Literally translated into English prose by the Rev. John Selby Watson, M.A. To which is added the poetical version by John Mason Good. 1851. xxiii, 496pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Martial. The Epigrams of Martial. Translated into English prose. Each accompanied by one or more verse translations from the works of English poets, and various other sources. 1865. x, 660pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Moschus. See Theocritus
Ovid. The Metamorphoses. Literally translated into English Prose, with Copious Notes and Explanations, by Henry T. Riley, B.A.. 1851. xiv, 554pp. The three volumes of Ovid are generally simply listed as "Works" in Bohn's advertisements. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Ovid. The Fasti, Tristia, Pontic epistles, Ibis, and Halieuticon. Literally translated into English Prose, with Copious Notes and Explanations, by Henry T. Riley, B.A.. 1851. xxiv, 503pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Ovid. The Heroïdes, or, Epistles of the heroines; The Amours, Art oflove, Remedy of love, and minor works. Literally translated into English Prose, with Copious Notes and Explanations, by Henry T. Riley, B.A.. 1852. viii,544pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Pausanias. Description of Greece. 1886. 2 volumes. I: vi, 414pp; II: 320pp. Full text:   Volume 1   Volume 2   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Persius. See Juvenal
Petronius. See Propertius
Phaedrus. See Terence
Phalaris. Dissertations upon the epistles of Phalaris, Themistocles, Socrates, Euripides, and the fables of Aesop. By Richard Bentley. 1883. xviii, 624pp. Listed under Phalaris to match the Bohn catalogues. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Philo. The works of Philo Judaeus, the contemporary of Josephus . Translated from the Greek by C. D. Yonge. 1854-1855. Four volumes. I: 515pp.; II: 508pp.; III: 540pp.; IV: 490pp. Full text:   Volume 1   Volume 2   Volume 3   Volume 4   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Pindar. The Odes. literally translated into English prose by Dawson W. Turner ; to which is adjoined a metrical version, by Abraham Moore. 1852. xxvii, 434pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Plato. Summary and analysis of the Dialogues of Plato : With an analytical index, giving references to the Greek text of modern editions, and to the translation in Bohn's classical library. By Alfred Day, LL.D.. 1870. vii,530pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Plato. The Works.. A new and literal translation, chiefly from the works of Stallbaum. Vol. I translated by Henry Cary; vol. II by Henry Davis; vols. III-VI, by George Burges.. 1849-1854. 6 volumes. I: viii,507pp.; II: xxvii,431pp.; III: iv, 576pp.; IV: 558pp. V: xii,548pp.; VI: viii,531pp. Full text:   Volume 1   Volume 2   Volume 3   Volume 4   Volume 5   Volume 6   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Plautus. The Comedies. literally translated into English prose, with notes, by Henry Thomas Riley.. 1852. I: 564pp; II: 544pp. Full text:   Volume 1   Volume 2   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Pliny. Natural History. Translated, with copious notes and illustrations, by the late John Bostock and H. T. Riley. 1855-1857. 6 volumes. I: xxviii,499pp.; II: xii,555pp.; III:x xiv[+2],536pp.; IV: xix,523pp.;V: xxii,523pp.; VI: xiv,529pp. Full text:   Volume 1   Volume 2   Volume 3   Volume 4   Volume 5   Volume 6   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Pliny the Younger. The Letters of Caius Plinius Caecilius Secundus. the translation of Melmoth ; revised and corrected with additional notes and a short memoir by the F.C.T. Bosanquet. . 1888. xii,415pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Plutarch. Plutarch's Morals. Theosophical Essays. Translated by the late C. W. King. xii,287pp. Plutarch's Lives, in four volumes, were published in Bohn's Standard Library Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Plutarch. Plutarch's Morals. Ethical Essays. Translated with notes and index by Arthur Richard Shilleto M.A. . ix,408pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Propertius. The Elegies of Propertius, the Satyricon of Petroneous Arbiter, and the Kisses of Johannes Secundus. The Love Epistles of Aristaenetus. Literally translated, and accompanied by poetical versions from various sources. Edited by Walter K. Kelly. 1854. 500pp. Title page heading is "Erotica". Advertised as new for June 1854 (Athenaeum #1388) Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Propertius. The Elegies. , with notes; literally translated by the Rev. P.J.F. Gantillon ... with metrical versions of select elegies by Nott and Elton.. 1884. viii,187pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Quintilian. Institutes of Oratory, or Education of an Orator in Twelve Books. Literally translated with notes. by the Rev. John Selby Watson, M.A., M.R.S.L.. 1856. Two volumes. I: xvi,464pp; II: xxvii,474pp. Full text:   Volume 1   Volume 2   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Sallust. Sallust, Florus, and Velleius Paterculus. literally translated, with copious notes and a general index. By the Rev. John Selby Watson.. 1852. xvi,560pp. Full text:   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Seneca. On Benefits. Addressed to Aebutius Liberalis. Translated by Aubrey Stewart, M.A.. xiv,232pp. Listed in Bohn advertisements as De Beneficiis Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Seneca. Minor dialogues : together with the dialogue on clemency. Translated by Aubrey Steward, M.A.. 1889. 430pp Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Sophocles. The Tragedies. In English Prose. The Oxford Translation. 1849. xvi, 339pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Sophocles. The Tragedies. Translated into English prose from the text of Jebb by Edward P. Coleridge, M.A.. 1893. xxi, 437pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Strabo. The Geography. Literally translated, with Notes. The first six books by H. C. Hamilton, Esq., the remainder by W. Falconer, M.A.. 1854-1857. Three volumes. I: vi,519pp.; II:410pp.; III: xxvi,422pp. Volume 3 has a review of what is known of Strabo's life and sources, and a discussion of the textual sources for the translation. Full text:   Volume 1   Volume 2   Volume 3   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Sulpicia. See Juvenal
Tacitus. The Works. The Oxford Translation, Revised, with notes.. 1854. Two volumes. I: viii,464pp.; II: vii,501pp. Volume 1 contains The Annals; Volume 2 the History, Germany, Agricola, and Dialogue on Orators Full text:   Volume 1   Volume 2   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Terence. The Comedies of Terence. And the Tables of Phaedrus. Literally translated into English prose by Henry Thomas Riley, B.A.. To which is added a metrical translation of Phaedrus by Christopher Smart, A.M.. 1853. viii,535pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Theocritus. The idylls of Theocritus, Bion, and Moschus, and The war-songs of Tyrtaeus. Literally translated into English prose by the Rev. J. Banks, M.A., with metrical versions by J. M. Chapman, M.A.. 1853. xxiv,343pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Theognis. See Hesiod
Thucydides. The History of the Peloponnesian war. A new and literal version, from the text of Arnold, collated with Bekker, Goller, and Poppo. By the Rev. Henry Dale. 1848-1849. Two volumes, continuously paginated. I: iv, 1-308pp.; II: 309-594pp. Full text:   Volume 1   Volume 2   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Tibullus. See Catullus
Tyrtaeus. See Theocritus
Varro. Varro On Farming. M. Terenti Varronis Rerum rusticarum libri tres. Translated with introduction, commentary, and excursus by Lloyd Storr-Best . 1912. xxi,375pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Velleius Paterculus. See Sallust
Virgil. The Works. Literally translated into English prose, with notes, by Davidson. 1850. ix,404pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Xenophon. The Anabasis, or Expedition of Cyrus, and the Memorabilia of Socrates.. Literally tr. from the Greek of Xenophon. By the Rev. J. S. Watson. With a geographical commentary by W. F. Ainsworth . 1854. vii,518pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Xenophon. The Cyropaedia, or, Institution of Cyrus, and the Hellenics, or Grecian history. Literally translated from the Greek of Xenophon. By J.S. Watson and Henry Dale. 1855. xvi,579pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris
Xenophon. Xenophon's Minor Works.. Literally translated from the Greek, with notes and illustrations, by J.S. Watson. 1857. 384pp. Full text:   Text   Author/Title Search:  Abebooks   Biblio Amazon Alibris