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The publication of this great collection brings reinforcement to the friends of the humani. ties at a time when it is sorely needed. ... A fine achievement - a notable addition to the higher intellectual resources of the English-speaking peoples, and a credit to our own country.” — The Nation.

The Loeb
Classical Library

A new, comprehensive, and uniform series of classical Greek und Latin texts with parallel English translations of the highest quality.

It is the idea of Mr. James Loeb, ho has entered upon the undertaking with commendable enthuiasm, to bring the ancient world closer to the modern; to make, in a word, the literary treasures of the ast more accessible to the reader of to-day.

The Editors are E. Capps, Ph.D., LL.D., T. E. Page, M.A., Litt.D., and W. H. D. Rouse, Litt.D., assisted by an Advisory Board of Eminent Scholars.

The latest and best critical texts are used and the translations, which combine accuracy with sound English idiom, are, with rare exceptions, in prose. Each volume is prefaced by a brief biography and ontains bibliography and index. The series will cover the period from Homer to the fall of Contantinople. Issued in uniform binding. Size 6%4 x 442 inches, printed in clear type on good paper. Per volume, net, Flexible Cloth, $1.50.

Flexible Leather, $2.00. Postage, 10 cents per vol.
Orders received for single volumes, for groups of titles or for the entire series

ALREADY PUBLISHED

GREEK AUTHORS

(Green Binding)

LATIN AUTHORS

(Red Binding)

I vol.

Apollonius Rhodius. Translated by R. C. Seaton. I vol.
The Apostolic Fathers. Translated by Kirsopp Lake.

2 vols.
Appian's Roman History. Translated by Horace White.

4 vols.
Dio Cassius: Roman History. Translated by E. Cary. Vols.

I, II, and III.
Euripides. Translated by A. S. Way. 4 vols.
The Greek Bucolic Poets (Theocritus, Bio Mos-
chus). Translated by J. M. Edmonds.

I vol.
Hesiod and the Homeric Hymns. Translated by H.

G. Evelyn-White. I vol.
Julian. Íranslated by Wilmer Cave Wright. Vols. I and II.
Lucian. Translated by A. M. Harmon. Vols. I and II.
Marcus Aurelius Antoninus. Translated by C. R.

Haines.
Philostratus: The Life of Apollonius of Tyana.

Translated by F. C. Conybeare. 2 vols.
Pindar. _Translated by Sir J. E. Sandys. I vol.
Plato: Euthyphro, Apology, Crito, Phaedo,

Phaedrus. Translated by H. M. Fowler. I vol.
Plutarch : The Parallel Lives. Translated by B.

Perrin. Vols. I, II, and III.
Procopius. Translated by H. B. Dewing. Vol. I.
Quintus Smyrnaeus. Translated by A. S. Way.

I vol.
Sophocles. Translated by F. Storr. 2 vols.
St. John Damascene: Barlaam and Ioasaph.

Translated by the Rev. G. R. Woodward and Harold

Mattingly.
Xenophon: Cyropaedia. Translated by Walter Miller.

2 vols.

Apuleius. The Golden Ass. (Metamorphoses.) W. Adling-
ton (1566). Revised by S. Gaselee.

I vol.
St. Augustine's Confessions. Translated by W. Watts

(1631). 2 vols.
Caesar: Civil Wars. Translated by A. G. Peskett. I vol.
Catullus. Translated by F. W. Cornish.
Tibullus. Translated by J. P. Posigate.
Pervigilium Veneris. Translated by J. W. Mackail.

I vol.
Cicero: De Finibus. Translated by H. Rackham.
Cicero: De Officiis. Translated by Walter Miller. i vol.
Cicero: Letters to Atticus. Translated by E. O. Win-

stedt. Vols. 1 and 2.
Horace: Odes and Epodes. Translated by C. E. Ben-

nett. I vol.
Ovid: Heroides and Amores. Translated by Grant
Showerman.

I vol.
Ovid: Metamorphoses. In 2 vols. Translated by Frank

Justus Miller.
Petronius. Translated by M. Heseltine.
Seneca : Apocolocyntosis. Translated by W. H. D.
Rouse.

i vol.
Plautus. In 4 vols. Vol. 1. Translated by Paul Nixon.
Pliny: Letters. Melmoth's Translation revised by W. M.

L. Hutchinson. 2 vols.
Propertius. Translated by H. E. Butler.
Suetonius. Translated by J. C. Rolfe.
Tacitus: Dialogus. Translated by Sir Wm. Peterson.

Agricola and Germania. Translated by Maurice

Hutton.
Terence. Translated by John Sargeaunt. 2 vols.

I vol.

In Preparation for Publication in 1916 GREEK AUTHORS: Achilles Tatius. -— Daphnis and Chloe. Dio Cassius, Roman History (Vol. IV and V). - Galen.

- Greek Anthology. – Homer, The Odyssey. — Plutarch (Vol. IV). — Procopius. - Strabo. — Theophrastus. - Xenophon. LATIN AUTHORS: Seneca, Tragedies (Vol. I). – Seneca, Epistles. -- Virgil.

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