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A Loeb Classical Library Reader

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$9.95 • £7.95 • €9.00

ISBN 9780674996168

Publication Date: 03/30/2006

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240 pages

4-1/4 x 6-3/8 inches

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  • Preface
  • Homer — Odyssey
  • Hesiod — Works and Days
  • Pindar — Olympian Odes
  • Sophocles — Antigone
  • Euripides — Medea
  • Herodotus — Persian Wars
  • Thucydides — History of the Peloponnesian War
  • Aristophanes — Lysistrata
  • Xenophon — Anabasis
  • Plato — Phaedo
  • Aristotle — Poetics
  • Callimachus — Hymns
  • Josephus — Jewish War
  • Plutarch — Brutus
  • Lucian — Dialogues of the Gods
  • Pausanias — Description of Greece
  • Terence — The Brothers
  • Cicero — On Duties
  • Caesar — Gallic War
  • Lucretius — On the Nature of Things
  • Virgil — Aeneid
  • Horace — Odes
  • Livy — History of Rome
  • Propertius — Elegies
  • Ovid — Heroines
  • Manilius — Astronomica
  • Seneca — Octavia
  • Pliny — Natural History
  • Petronius — Satyricon
  • Pliny the Younger — Letters
  • Juvenal — Satires
  • Apuleius — Metamorphoses
  • Jerome — Letters

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