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      Dictionary of
      Quotations
      (Classical)
      by
      Thomas Benfield Harbottle

      Agamemnonby
      Aeschylus

      The Twelve
      Books of the
      Aeneid of Vergil
      With Notes and a Vergilian Dictionaryby
      Virgil


      The Story
      of the Iliad
      by
      Alfred John Church

      The Epics
      of Hesiod
      With an English Commentary, and the Readings
      of Fourteen Mss. Collated for This Work
      by
      Hesiod


      MudrarakshasaWith the Commentary of Dhundhiraja;
      Edited With Critical and Explanatory Notes
      by
      Vis'akhadatta


      The Odyssey
      of Homer
      Construed Literally, and
      Word for Word; Books I-Vi
      by
      Homer



      Vol. 1
      The Iliad
      of Homer
      Literally Translated,
      With Explanatory Notes
      by
      Theodore Alois Buckley


      Aristotle on the
      Art of Poetry
      An Amplified Version With Supplementary
      Illustrations, for Students of English
      by
      Lane Cooper


      The Plays
      of Euripides
      by
      Euripides

      Virgil's Aeneid,
      Book I-Vi
      With Introduction,
      Notes and Vocabulary
      by
      H. R. Fairclough


      The Tale
      of Troy
      by
      Aubrey Stewart

      Three Tragedies
      of Seneca
      Hercules Furens, Troades, Medeaby
      Lucius Annaeus Seneca


      Greek
      Tragedy
      by
      J. T. Sheppard

      A Short History
      of Greek
      Literature From
      Homer to Julian
      by
      Wilmer Cave Wright

      A History of
      Classical Greek
      Literature
      The Poets; With an
      Appendix on Homer
      by
      John Pentland Mahaffy



      Vol. 1 of 2
      A History of
      Classical Greek
      Literature
      by
      John Pentland Mahaffy


      Vol. 1 of 2
      The Origin
      of Attic
      Comedy
      by
      Francis Macdonald Cornford

      The Prometheus
      Bound of
      ?schylus
      Literally Translated Into English Verseby
      Augusta Webster


      The
      Tragedies
      by
      Lucius Annaeus Seneca

      Art and
      Humanity
      in Homer
      by
      William Cranston Lawton

      The Suppliant Maidens,
      the Persians, the
      Seven Against Thebes,
      the Prometheus
      Bound of Aeschylus
      by
      Aeschylus

      The Thirty-Six
      Dramatic
      Situations
      by
      Georges Polti

      English
      Nativity Plays
      Edited With Introduction,
      Notes, and Glossary
      by
      Samuel B. Hemingway


      Studies of
      the Greek
      Poets
      by
      John Addington Symonds

      Oedipus,
      King of
      Thebes
      by
      Sophocles

      The Odyssey
      of Homer
      Construed Literally, and Word
      for Word; Books XIII-XVIII
      by
      Homer



      Vol. 3
      The Iliad
      of Homer
      The First Three Books, Faithfully Translated
      Into English Hexameters, According to
      the Style and Manner of the Original
      by
      Frederick H. J. Ritso


      Handbook of
      Latin Poetry
      Containing Selections From Ovid, Virgil,
      and Horace, With Notes References
      by
      J. H. Hanson


      Stories From
      the Greek
      Tragedians
      by
      Alfred John Church

      The Dream
      in Homer and
      Greek Tragedy
      by
      William Stuart Messer

      The Roman
      Elegiac
      Poets
      by
      Karl Pomeroy Harrington

      The Language
      of Parody
      A Study in the Diction of Aristophanesby
      Edward William Hope


      York PlaysThe Plays Performed by the Crafts of Mysteries of York
      on the Day of Corpus Christi in the 14th, 15th, and
      16th Centuries; Edited With Introduction and Glossary
      by
      Lucy Toulmin Smith


      HoraceThe Odes, Carmen Saeculare and
      Epodes; With a Commentary
      by
      Horace



      Vol. 1
      Songs and
      Carols
      Now First Printed, From a
      Manuscript of the Fifteenth Century
      by
      Thomas Wright


      The Use of Myths to
      Create Suspense in
      Extant Greek Tragedy
      A Dissertation Presented to the Faculty
      of Princeton University in Candidacy
      for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy
      by
      William W. Flint Jr.


      The Agamemnon
      of Aeschylus
      Translated Into English Rhyming
      Verse With Explanatory Notes
      by
      Gilbert Murray


      The Birds of
      Aristophanous
      Acted at Athens at the Great Dionysia B. C. 414;
      The Greek Text Revised, With a Translation Into
      Corresponding Metres Introduction and Commentary
      by
      Benjamin Bickley Rogers


      Ancient Mysteries
      From the Digby
      Manuscripts
      Preserved in the
      Bodleian Library, Oxford
      by
      Thomas Sharp


      Four Plays
      of Menander
      The Hero, Epitrepontes, Periceiromene and
      Samia; Edited With Introductions, Explanatory
      Notes, Critical Appendix, and Bibliography
      by
      Edward Capps


      Studies of
      the Greek
      Poets
      by
      John Addington Symonds


      Vol. 2 of 2
      The Ten Tragedies
      of Seneca
      With Notes, Rendered Into
      English Prose as Equivalently as the
      Idioms of Both Languages Permit
      by
      Lucius Annaeus Seneca


      The Unity
      of Homer
      by
      John Adams Scott

      The Acharnians
      of Aristophanes
      Revised, With Preface and
      Full Explanatory Notes
      by
      Aristophanes


      EuripidesTranslated Into English Rhyming
      Verse by Gilbert Murray, M. A., LL. D
      by
      Euripides


      The Odyssey
      of Homer
      Construed Literally, and
      Word for Word; Books 19 24
      by
      Giles



      Vol. 4
      SophoclesThe Plays and Fragmentsby
      Richard C. Jebb



      Vol. 6
      The Plays and
      Fragments
      With Critical Notes, Commentary, and
      Translation in English Prose; The Trachiniae
      by
      Sophocles



      Vol. 5
      SophoclesThe Plays and Fragments; With Critical Notes,
      Commentary, and Translation in English Prose
      by
      Richard C. Jebb



      Vol. 1
      The Plays of
      Sophocles
      by
      Sophocles

      Hamlet and
      Orestes
      A Study in Traditional Typesby
      Gilbert Murray


      The Seven Tragedies,
      Literally Translated
      Into English Prose
      From the Text of
      Bloomfield and Schutz
      by
      Aeschylus

      The Books of Job,
      Psalms, Proverbs,
      Ecclesiastes, and
      the Song of Solomon
      by
      Nicholas of Hereford

      SophoclesThe Plays and Fragments, With Critical Notes,
      Commentary, and Translation in English Prose
      by
      R. C. Jebb



      Vol. 3
      Selected Fragments
      of Roman Poetry
      From the Earliest Times of the
      Republic to the Augustan Age
      by
      W. W. Merry


      The Influence
      of Seneca on
      Elizabethan Tragedy
      An Essayby
      John W. Cunliffe


      The Dramas
      of ?schylus
      by
      Anna Swanwick

      The Suppliant
      Maidens of
      Aeschylus
      by
      Aeschylus

      The Clouds of
      Aristophanes
      With Notesby
      Aristophanes


      Wagner's
      Dramas and
      Greek Tragedy
      by
      Pearl Cleveland Wilson

      The IliadWith an English Translationby
      Homer



      Vol. 1
      The Hecuba, Medea,
      Ph?niss?, and
      Orestes, of Euripides
      Literally Translated Into English From the Text of G.
      Dindorf, With Porson's Various Readings, to Which
      Are Added Critical Notes From the Best Commentators
      by
      Euripides


      The Characters
      of Theophrastus
      Newly Edited and Translatedby
      Theophrastus


      Homer
      the Iliad
      An Essay to Determine the Scope,
      and Character of the Original Poem
      by
      F. Melian Stawell


      Anthologia
      Latina
      Passages From the Latin Poets,
      Selected and Arranged With Notes
      by
      Francis St. John Thackeray


      The Seven
      Against Thebes
      of ?schylus
      by
      Edwyn Bevan

      Harvard Studies
      in Classical
      Philology, 1907
      by
      Harvard University Classics Department


      Vol. 18
      Sophocles, in
      English Verse
      Oedipus the King, Oedipus
      at Kolonus, Antigone
      by
      Sophocles



      Vol. 1
      Sophocles
      Antigone
      by
      Martin L. D'ooge

      Horace
      His Poetry
      by
      J. B. Chapman

      The Romans of
      Partenay, or
      of Lusignen
      Otherwise Known as the Tale of Melusine;
      Translated From the French of La
      Coudrette (About 1500 1520 A. D.)
      by
      Walter W. Skeat


      Oedipus, King
      of Thebes
      Translated Into English Rhyming Verse
      With Explanatory Notes by Gilbert Murray
      by
      Sophocles


      The Tragedies
      of Sophocles
      Translated Into English Proseby
      Sophocles


      Translation and
      Translations
      Theory and Practiceby
      J. P. Postgate


      The Olympian
      and Pythian Odes
      With an Introductory
      Essay, Notes, and Indexes
      by
      Pindar


      Sophocles, the
      Plays and Fragments
      With Critical Notes, Commentary, and
      Translation in English Prose; The Ajax
      by
      Sophocles



      Vol. 7
      The Aeneid
      of Virgil
      Books I-Vi
      by
      T. E. Page

      A Guide to
      Greek Tragedy
      For English Readersby
      Lewis Campbell


      Harvard Studies
      in Classical
      Philology
      by
      Harvard University


      Vol. 10
      The Works
      of Horace
      With English Notesby
      Horace


      The
      Supernatural
      in Tragedy
      by
      Charles Edward Whitmore

      The Oedipus
      Tyrannus of
      Sophocles
      Translated and Explainedby
      J. T. Sheppard


      Two Tragedies
      of Seneca
      Medea and the Daughters of Troy; Rendered
      Into English Verse, With an Introduction
      by
      Ella Isabel Harris


      Greek
      Melic Poets
      by
      Herbert Weir Smyth

      The
      Agamemnon
      of ?schylus
      by
      Aeschylus

      PindarThe Nemean and Isthmian Odes,
      With Notes Explanatory and Critical,
      Introductions, and Introductory Essays
      by
      C. A. M. Fennell


      The Holy
      Bible
      Containing the Old and New
      Testaments With the Apocryphal Books
      by
      John Wycliffe



      Vol. 1
      Euripides the
      Rationalist
      A Study in the History
      of Art and Religion
      by
      A. W. Verrall


      The Electra
      of Euripides
      by
      Euripides

      English Miracle
      Plays, Moralities
      and Interludes
      Specimens of the Pre-Elizabethan Drama, Edited,
      With an Introduction, Notes, and Glossary
      by
      Alfred W. Pollard


      Spanish Drama
      Before, Lope
      De Vega
      by
      J. P. Wickersham Crawford

      OrestesA Tragedyby
      Richard le Gallienne


      The Dido Episode
      in the Aeneid of
      Virgil Episode
      A Dissertation Submitted to the Faculty of the Graduate
      School of Arts and Literature in Candidacy for the
      Degree of Doctor of Philosophy Department of Latins
      by
      Norman Wentworth de Witt


      The Bacchae
      of Euripides
      With Critical and Explanatory Notes
      and With Numerous Illustrations
      From Works of Ancient Art
      by
      John Edwin Sandys


      Euripides
      and His Age
      by
      Gilbert Murray

      The Works of Horace, Translated
      Into English Prose, as Near
      the Original as the Different
      Idioms of the Latin and
      English Languages Will Allow
      With the Latin Text and Order of Construction
      in the Opposite Page; And Critical, Historical,
      Geographical, and Classical, Notes in English, From
      the Best Commentators Both Ancient and Modern
      by
      Horace



      Vol. 1 of 2
      The Prometheus
      Bound of
      Aeschylus
      Rendered Into English Verseby
      Edwyn Robert Bevan


      Selections From
      the Latin Poets
      Catullus, Lucretius, Tibullus,
      Propertius, Ovid, and Lucan
      by
      E. P. Crowell


      English
      Translations
      From the Greek
      A Bibliographical Surveyby
      Finley Melville Kendall Foster


      Euripides
      Bacchantes
      by
      Euripides

      The 'Agamemnon'
      of Aeschylus
      With an Introduction,
      Commentary, and Translation
      by
      A. W. Verrall


      Harvard Studies
      in Classical
      Philology, 1910
      by
      Harvard University


      Vol. 21
      Euripides and
      Mr. Bernard
      Shaw
      by
      Gilbert Norwood

      Supposes
      and Jocasta
      by
      George Gascoigne

      Hecuba and
      Other Plays
      by
      Euripides

      An Aristotelian
      Theory of Comedy
      With an Adaptation of the Poetics, and a
      Translation of the 'Tractatus Coislinianus'
      by
      Lane Cooper


      ChoephoroiWith Introduction and Notesby
      Aeschylus


      The MedeaTranslated Into English Rhyming
      Verse With Explanatory Notes
      by
      Euripides


      The Recovery of a
      Lost Roman Tragedy
      A Study in Honor of Bernadotte Perrin, Ph.D.,
      LL. D., Professor in Yale University, 1893-1909
      by
      Henry B. Wright


      The Plutus of
      Aristophanes
      Edited With Introduction and Notesby
      M. T. Quinn


      Bacchylides,
      the Poems and
      Fragments
      Edited With Introduction,
      Notes, and Prose Translation
      by
      Richard Claverhouse Jebb


      Works of
      Horace
      With English Notes; For the
      Use of Shools and Colleges
      by
      J. L. Lincoln



      Vol. 9
      Res MetricaAn Introduction to the Study
      of Greek Roman Versification
      by
      William Ross Hardie


      Vergil
      Aeneid II
      Lines Edited, With Introduction,
      Notes, and Vocabulary
      by
      E. W. Hagarty


      One Hundred
      and Twenty
      Epigrams
      of Martial
      by
      J. H. Wescott

      Eight
      Comedies of
      Aristophanes
      by
      Aristophanes

      The Verse
      of Greek
      Comedy
      by
      John Williams White

      The Nemean
      Odes of Pindar
      Edited, With Introductions
      and Commentary
      by
      J. B. Bury


      Select
      Translations
      From Scaliger's
      Poetics
      by
      Frederick Morgan Padelford

      Com?di? Sex, Ex
      Editione Th. Frid.
      God. Reinhardt
      With Explanatory Notesby
      Terence


      Corpus Christi
      Pageants
      in England
      by
      M. Lyle Spencer

      Euripides and
      the Spirit of
      His Dramas
      by
      Paul Decharme

      The Frogs of
      Aristophanes
      With Notes, Critical and Explanatory,
      Adapted to the Use of Schools and Universities
      by
      Aristophanes


      On Quintus
      Smyrnaeus and
      the Homer of
      the Tragic Poet
      by
      Frederick Apthorp Paley

      The Plays
      of Euripides
      Translated Into English
      Prose From the Text of Paley
      by
      Edward P. Coleridge



      Vol. 2
      The Hecuba, Orestes,
      Phoenician Virgins, and
      Medea of Euripides
      Literally Translated Into English
      Prose, From the Text of Porson
      by
      Euripides


      Theory
      of Greek
      Tragedy
      by
      Thomas de Quincey

      The Plays
      of ?schylus
      The Suppliantsby
      Walter Headlam


      The Greater
      Poems of Virgil
      Containing the Last Six Books
      of the ?neid, and the Georgics
      by
      J. B. Greenough



      Vol. 2
      The Origin of
      Tragedy With Special
      Reference to the
      Greek Tragedians
      by
      William Ridgeway

      Selected Odes
      of Pindar
      With Notes and an Introductionby
      Thomas D. Seymour


      AeneideaOr Critical Exegetical and Aethetical Remarks on the Aeneis;
      With a Personal Collation of All the First Class Mss;, Upwards of
      One Hundred Second Class Mss;, And All the Principal Editions
      by
      James Henry


      Introduction
      to Studies in
      Roman Comedy
      The Interpretation of Roman Comedyby
      Henry Washington Prescott


      Lucianby
      A. M. Harmon


      Vol. 5 of 8
      Ideals
      in Greek
      Literature
      by
      William Cranston Lawton

      The Plays
      of Euripides
      Translated Into English
      Prose From the Text of Paley
      by
      Edward P. Coleridge



      Vol. 1
      The Phoenissae
      of Euripides
      With Brief Notesby
      Euripides


      The Influence of
      Aeschylus and Euripides
      on the Structure and
      Content of Swinburne's
      Atalanta in Calydon
      and Erechtheus
      by
      Marion Clyde Wier

      The Tragedies
      of Sophocles
      Translated Into English
      Prose From the Text of Jebb
      by
      Edward P. Coleridge


      Essays on
      Four Plays
      of Euripides
      Andromache; Helen; Heracles; Orestesby
      A. W. Verrall


      Lyra GraecaBeing the Remains of All the Greek Lyric Poets, From Eumelus
      to Timotheus Excepting Pindar; Including Corinna, Bacchylides,
      Timotheus, the Anonymous Fragments, the Folk-Songs
      and the Scolia, With an Account of Greek Lyric Poetry
      by
      John Maxwell Edmonds



      Vol. 3 of 3
      The Sixth Book
      of the Aeneid
      With Introduction and Notesby
      Virgil


      Aristophanes
      Clouds
      by
      Aristophanes

      The Second
      Shepherds Play
      Everyman and Other Early Playsby
      Clarence Griffin Child


      The Thirteenth Book
      the Metamorphoses
      of Ovid
      With Introduction and Notesby
      Charles Haines Keene


      The Skryveners’
      Play, the Incredulity
      of St. Thomas
      From a Manuscript in the Possession of
      John Sykes, Esq. M. D. Of Doncaster
      by
      John Payne Collier


      Homeric
      Ballads
      With Translations and Notesby
      William Maginn


      AusoniusWith an English Translationby
      Decimus Magnus Ausonius



      Vol. 2 of 2
      The Eleven
      Comedies
      Literally and Completely Translated From the Greek Tongue
      Into English With Translator's Foreword, an Introduction to
      Each Comedy and Elucidatory Notes; Two Volumes in One
      by
      Aristophanes


      Elegiac
      Poems of Ovid
      Letters From Exile Selected From
      the Tristia and the Epitulae Ex Ponto
      by
      J. W. E. Pearce



      Vol. 3
      Fifth Greek
      Reader
      by
      Evelyn Abbott


      Vol. 1
      Stage
      Decoration in
      France, in the
      Middle Ages
      by
      Donald Clive Stuart

      The Greek
      Theater, and
      Its Drama
      by
      Roy C. Flickinger

      The
      Comedies of
      Aristophanes
      by
      Aristophanes


      Vol. 2
      Death and
      Burial in Attic
      Tragedy Death
      and the Dead
      by
      Lucia Catherine Graeme Grieve


      Vol. 1
      Seneca and
      Elizabethan
      Tragedy
      by
      F. L. Lucas

      The Women
      of the Iliad
      A Metrical Translation of the First Book and of
      the Other Passages in Which Women Appear
      by
      Hugh Woodruff Taylor


      Iphigeniaby
      Charles Stanford Elgutter

      The Odes
      of Horace
      by
      Stephen Gwyn


      Vol. 1
      The Birds of
      Aristophanes
      by
      Aristophanes

      Selections From
      the Less Known
      Latin Poets
      by
      North Pinder

      Euripides the
      Attic Orators
      A Comparisonby
      A. Douglas Thomson


      ?schylus in
      English Verse
      Prometheus Bound,
      the Suppliant Maidens
      by
      Arthur S. Way



      Vol. 2
      The
      Tragedies
      of ?schylos
      by
      Edward Hayes Plumptre


      Vol. 1 of 2
      The Alcestis
      of Euripides
      Rendered Into English Verseby
      Euripides


      The Metres of the
      Greeks and Romans
      A Manual for Schools
      and Private Study
      by
      Eduard Munk


      The Elizabethan
      Translations
      of Seneca's
      Tragedies
      by
      Evelyn Mary Spearing

      The Persians
      of ?schylus
      by
      C. E. S. Headlam

      OvidSelected Works, With
      Notes and Vocabulary
      by
      Ovid


      SophoclesTragedies and Fragmentsby
      Sophocles



      Vol. 1 of 2
      Bibliotheca
      Classica
      Quinti Horatii Flacci Opera Omniaby
      George Long



      Vol. 2
      Selections From
      Latin Poets
      With Brief Notesby
      George Augustus Simcox


      P. Vergili
      Maronis,
      Aeneidos
      Liber Iby
      A. Sidgwick


      Selections
      From Ovid
      Edited for the Use of Studentsby
      E. S. Shuckburgh


      The Odes
      of Horace
      A Translation and an Expositionby
      E. R. Garnsey


      The First Book
      of Virgil's Aeneid
      With a Literal Interlinear Translation,
      on the Plan Recommended by Mr. Locke
      by
      Virgil


      SophoclesThe Plays and Fragments With Critical
      Notes, Commentary, and Translation
      in English Prose; The Philoctetes
      by
      Sophocles



      Vol. 4
      Horace Odes
      and Epodes
      Edited, With Introduction and Notesby
      Paul Shorey


      The Greater
      Poems of Virgil
      Containing the Pastoral Poems
      and Six Books of the ?neid
      by
      J. B. Greenough



      Vol. 1
      The Peace of
      Aristophanes
      by
      W. C. Green

      Classic
      Greek Course
      in English
      by
      William Cleaver Wilkinson

      Seneca's
      Tragedies
      With an English Translationby
      Frank Justus Miller



      Vol. 1 of 2
      Selections
      From Ovid
      With Introduction,
      Notes and Vocabulary
      by
      James N. Anderson


      Everyman's
      Library
      Poetry the Dramaby
      Ernest Rhys


      The Bacchae
      of Euripides
      Translated Into English Rhyming
      Verse With Explanatory Notes
      by
      Euripides


      The Poetic Plural
      of Greek Tragedy,
      in the Light of
      Homeric Usage
      by
      Horace Leonard Jones

      Five Miracle
      Plays, or
      Scriptural
      Dramas
      by
      John Payne Collier

      Morte
      Arthure
      Edited From Robert Thornton’s Ms., Ab; 1440
      A. D., In the Library of Lincoln Cathedral
      by
      George G. Perry


      The
      Christmas
      Prince
      by
      Frederick Samuel Boas

      Euripidesby
      R. Potter


      Vol. 1
      The Poetic Element
      in the Satires and
      Epistles of Horace
      A Dissertation Submitted to the Board of University Studies
      of the Johns Hopkins University in Conformity With the
      Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy
      by
      Philip Howard Edwards



      Vol. 1
      The Ancient
      Rhythmical
      Art Recovered
      Or, a New Method of Explaining the
      Metrical Structure of a Greek Tragic Chorus
      by
      William O'brien


      The Supernatural
      in the Tragedies
      of Euripides
      As Illustrated in Prayers, Curses, Oaths,
      Oracles, Prophecies, Dreams and Visions
      by
      Ernest Heinrich Klotsche


      The Wasps of
      Aristophanes
      Acted at the Len?an Festival, B. C. 422; The
      Greek Text Revised; With a Translation Into
      Corresponding Meters; And Original Notes
      by
      Benjamin Bickley Rogeps


      The Iliad
      of Homer
      Translated Into English Hexameter Verse by Prentiss
      Cummings; An Abridgment Which Includes All
      the Main Story and the Most Celebrated Passages
      by
      Homer



      Vol. 1 of 2
      Bibliotheca
      Classica
      The Tragedies of Aeschylus; Re-Edited,
      With an English Commentary
      by
      George Long


      The Iliads
      and Odysses
      of Homer
      Translated Out of Greek Into Englishby
      Homer


      The Relation of
      Hans Sachs to
      the Decameron
      by
      Archibald Macmechan

      The Recuyell of
      the Historyes
      of Troye
      by
      Raoul Lefevre


      Vol. 2
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