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Publisher: Aldine Press. Country: Italy. Date: 1495-1514.


Herodotus: Histories (Aldine Press, 1502) (image)

Herodoto Alicarnaseo historico Delle guerre de Greci et de Persi tradotto di Greco in lingua Italiana per il conte Matteo Maria Boiardo

[Herodotus, The Wars of the Greeks and the Persians, translated from Greek into Italian by Count Matteo Maria Boiardo]

Venice: Aldine Press, 1502.


GREEK AUTHORS (ALDINE PRESS)
Series Note:
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Arranged in chronological order


1. Constantine Lascaris, Grammar (1495)
2. Musaeus, Hero and Leander (ca. 1495/97)
3. Aristotle, Organon (1495)
4. Theodore Gaza, Introduction to Grammar; Apollonius Dyscolus, On Syntax (1495)
5. Theocritus, Hesiod, Theognis, Selected Works (1496)
6. The Treasury, The Cornucopia of Amalthea, and The Gardens of Adonis (1496)
7. Aristotle, Natural Philosophy (1497)
8. Aristotle, Zoological Works (1497)
9. Aristotle, Metaphysics, Mechanics, and Problems; Theophrastus, Botanical Writings (1497)
10. Joannes Crastonus, Greek Dictionary (1497)

11. Urbano da Belluno, Greek Grammar (1498)
12. Aristotle, Moral Philosophy (1498)
13. Aristophanes, Nine Comedies (1498)
14. The Greek Epistolographers (1499)
15. Dioscorides, The Materials of Medicine; Nicander, Theriaca and Alexipharmaca (1499)
16. Julius Firmicus Maternus, Astronomica; Marcus Manilius, Astronomica; Aratus, Phaenomena; Proclus, Sphaera (1499)
17. Constantine Lascaris, The Eight Parts of Speech (1501?)
18. Stephanus Byzantinus, On Cities (1502)
19. Julius Pollux of Naucratis, Onomasticon (1502)
20. Thucydides, Histories (1502)

21. Sophocles, Seven Tragedies (1502)
22. Herodotus, Histories (1502)
23. Euripides, Seventeen Tragedies (1503)
24. Ammonius of Alexandria, On Aristotle’s “De interpretatione” (1503)
25. Xenophon, Hellenica; Pletho, Events in Greece after the Battle of Mantinea; Herodian, History from the Death of Marcus Aurelius; Greek Scholia on Thucydides (1503)
26. John Philoponus, Commentary on the Posterior Analytics; Anonymous, Commentary on the Posterior Analytics (1504)
27. Aristotle and Theophrastus, Zoological and Botanical Writings; Pseudo-Aristotle and Alexander of Aphrodisias, Problemata, translated into Latin by Theodore Gaza (1504)
28. Philostratus, Life of Apollonius of Tyana; Eusebius of Caesarea, Against Hierocles (1504)
29. Gregory of Nazianzus, Poetry (1504)
30. Homer, Iliad (1504)

31. Homer, Odyssey, Batrachomyomachia, Hymns (1504)
32. Demosthenes, Sixty-two Speeches; Libanius, Life of Demosthenes and summaries of the speeches; Plutarch, Life of Demosthenes (1504)
33. Hours in Praise of the Most Blessed Virgin; Seven Penitential Psalms; Athanasian Creed; Sacrifice in Praise of the Most Holy Virgin (1505)
34. Aesop’s Fables and related texts (1505)
35. The Greek Rhetoricians, Volume 1 (1508)
36. Plutarch, Moralia (1509)
37. The Greek Rhetoricians, Volume 2 (1509)
38. Chrysoloras, Erotemata (1512)
39. Constantine Lascaris, The Eight Parts of Speech (New edition, 1512)
40. Pindar, Odes; Callimachus, Hymns; Dionysius Periegetes, Description of the World; Lycophron, Alexandra (1513)

41. The Greek Orators, Volume 1 (1513)
42. The Greek Orators, Volume 2 (1513)
43. Plato, Complete Works (1513)
44. Alexander of Aphrodisias, Commentaries on the Topics of Aristotle (1514)
45. Suidas, Lexicon (1514)
46. Hesychius, Dictionary (1514)
47. Athenaeus, The Learned Banqueters (1514)


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