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An anthology of classical literature features more than three hundred selections, including pieces on the origins of the Greek language, works by Homer, discussion on the fall of Rome and St. Augustine, and more.
Table of Contents
|Homer (late 8th century B.C.?)||p. 63|
|Hesiod (7th century B.C.?)||p. 187|
|Archilochus (7th century B.C.)||p. 202|
|Tyrtaeus (7th century B.C.)||p. 209|
|Alcman (late 7th century B.C.)||p. 212|
|Hipponax (middle 6th century B.C.)||p. 216|
|Alcaeus (late 7th century-middle 6th century B.C.)||p. 218|
|Sappho (a contemporary of Alcaeus)||p. 223|
|Xenophanes (570-early 5th century B.C.)||p. 231|
|Mimnermus (2nd half of 7th century B.C.)||p. 234|
|Theognis (6th century B.C.)||p. 235|
|Solon (c. 640-after 561 B.C.)||p. 238|
|Anacreon (c. 570-? B.C.)||p. 242|
|Ibycus (6th century B.C.)||p. 246|
|Simonides (556-468 B.C.)||p. 247|
|Pindar (518-after 446 B.C.)||p. 251|
|Bacchylides (6th-5th centuries B.C.)||p. 263|
|Praxilla (5th century B.C.)||p. 266|
|Herodotus (490-c. 425 B.C.)||p. 267|
|Aeschylus (525-456 B.C.)||p. 300|
|Thucydides (middle 5th century-399 B.C.?)||p. 334|
|Sophocles (496-406/5 B.C.)||p. 357|
|Euripides (485-406 B.C.)||p. 404|
|Aristophanes (455?-c. 385 B.C.)||p. 446|
|Plato (427-341 B.C.)||p. 477|
|Menander (342-c. 292 B.C.)||p. 512|
|Theophrastus (c. 370-287 B.C.)||p. 522|
|Callimachus (c. 310-240 B.C.)||p. 527|
|Apollonius Rhodius (c. 295-215 B.C.)||p. 534|
|Theocritus (1st half of 3rd century B.C.)||p. 547|
|Herodas (c. 300-250 B.C.)||p. 566|
|Erinna (4th century B.C.?)||p. 572|
|Anyte (early 4th century B.C.?)||p. 576|
|Antipater of Sidon (2nd century B.C.)||p. 577|
|Asclepiades of Samos (c. 320-? B.C.)||p. 580|
|Leonidas of Tarentum (1st half of 3rd century B.C.)||p. 580|
|Alexander Aetolus||p. 581|
|Meleager (c. 100 B.C.)||p. 582|
|Antipater of Salonica (1st century B.C-1st century A.D.?)||p. 586|
|Marcus Argentarius (1st century B.C.-1st century A.D.?)||p. 587|
|Paulus Silentiarius (6th century A.D.)||p. 590|
|Lucretius (98-c. 55 B.C.)||p. 595|
|Catullus (c. 84-c. 54 B.C.)||p. 604|
|Horace (65-8 B.C.)||p. 614|
|Virgil (70-19 B.C.)||p. 639|
|Livy (59 B.C.-A.D. 17)||p. 702|
|Propertius (c. 50 B.C.-after 16 B.C.)||p. 716|
|Ovid (43 B.C.-A.D. 17)||p. 727|
|Tacitus (A.D. 56/7-after 117)||p. 786|
|Petronius Arbiter (?-A.D. 65)||p. 793|
|Juvenal (55?-138?)||p. 813|
|Marcus Aurelius (121-180; Emperor, 161-180)||p. 827|
|Aurelius Augustinus (Saint Augustine) (354-530)||p. 833|
|For Further Reading||p. 853|
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