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PA4494 .A5 M8 1864 [Info] The Anabasis of Xenophon: Chiefly According to the Text of L. Dindorf, With Notes for the Use of Schools and Colleges (revised edition, in Greek with English notes; New York: Leavitt and Allen, 1864), by Xenophon, ed. by John J. Owen, contrib. by Ludwig August Dindorf (multiple formats at
PA4494 .A5 1896 [Info] The First Four Books of Xenophon's Anabasis, With Notes Adapted to the Latest Edition of Goodwin's Greek Grammar, and to Hadley's Greek Grammar (Revised by Allen) (revised edition; Boston: Ginn and Co., 1896), by Xenophon, ed. by William Watson Goodwin and John Williams White (PDF at Textkit)
PA4494 .A61 [Info] Anabasis, by Xenophon
PA4494 .A61 D4 [Info] Xenophons Anabasis (second edition in German; Breslau: J. Max und Komp, 1822), by Xenophon, ed. by Karl Wilhelm Halbkart
PA4494 .D3 [Info] On Horsemanship, by Xenophon, trans. by Henry Graham Dakyns (Gutenberg text)
PA4494 .H3 [Info] Hellenica, by Xenophon
PA4494 .H6 [Info] Hiero, by Xenophon, trans. by Henry Graham Dakyns (Gutenberg text)
PA4494 .S8 [Info] Symposium, by Xenophon
PA4495 .C8 [Info] Cyropaedia, by Xenophon (HTML with commentary at Perseus)
PA4495 .C8 [Info] Cyropaedia, by Xenophon, ed. by F. M. Stawell, trans. by Henry Graham Dakyns (Gutenberg text)
PA4495 .O4 [Info] The Economist, by Xenophon, trans. by Henry Graham Dakyns (Gutenberg text)
PA4500 .X4 E5 [Info] Xenophon's Ephesian History: or, The Love-Adventures of Abrocomas and Anthia (based on multiple editions of this translation), by Xenophon of Ephesus, trans. by John Rooke (HTML with commentary at
PA5031 .N6 1913 [Info] Hagios Nikolaos: Der Heilige Nikolaos in der Griechischen Kirche (2 volumes, in German; Leipzig: Teubner, 1913-1917), by Gustav Anrich (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
PA5340 .A1 1905 [Info] Procopii Caesariensis Opera Omnia (3 volumes in 4, in Greek with Latin commentary; Leipzig: B. G. Teubner, 1905-1913), by Procopius, ed. by Jakob Haury
PA5365 [Info] Suda lexicon, by Suidas (Lexicographer) (multiple editions)
PA5365 .A7 1705 [Info] Suidae Lexicon, Graece et Latine: Textum Graecum cum Manuscriptis Codicibus Collatum a Quamplurimis Mendis Purgavit, Notisque Perpetuis Illustravit; Versionem Latinam Aemilii Porti Innumeris in Locis Correxit, Indicesque, Auctorum et Rerum Adjecit Ludolphus Kusterus (3 volumes, in Greek and Latin; Cambridge, UK: Typis Academicis, 1705), by Suidas (Lexicographer), ed. by Ludolf Kuster, trans. by Aemilius Portus
PA5365 .A7 1854 [Info] Suidae Lexicon (in Greek with Latin notes; Berlin: G. Reimer, 1854), by Suidas (Lexicographer), ed. by Immanuel Bekker (multiple formats at
PA5365 .S8 1564 [Info] Suidae Historica, Caeteráque Omnia que Ulla ex Parte ad Cognitionem Rerum Spectant, Solis Verborum Explicationibus (Quae Quidem in Vulgatis Lexicis Passim Extant) Praetermissis: Opus Iucunda Rerum Varietate et Multiplici Eruditione Refertum (in Greek and Latin; Basileae: Apud Ioannes Oporinum et Heruagium, ca. 1564), by Suidas (Lexicographer), trans. by Hieronymus Wolf
PA5365 .S8 1581 [Info] Suidae Historica, Caeteráque Omnia que Ulla ex Parte ad Cognitionem Rerum Spectant: Opus Iucunda Rerum Varietate et Multiplici Eruditione Refertum (in Greek and Latin; Basileae: Ex officina Hervag. per Eusebium Episcop., 1581), by Suidas (Lexicographer), trans. by Hieronymus Wolf
PA5365 .W4 [Info] Suda On Line: Byzantine Lexicography (in Greek and English; vetted edition completed 2014), by Suidas (Lexicographer), ed. by David Whitehead, William Hutton, Catharine P. Roth, Patrick Rourke, and Elizabeth Vandiver, contrib. by Ada Adler, Raphael A. Finkel, and Ross Scaife (HTML at
PA5610 .N38 P97 [Info] Ho Pyrpolismos tou Othomanikou stolou eis Neokastron: Ēpōis eis Ōdas duō Diērēmenē (reprint of 1827 poem; in Greek), by G. A. Nautēs
PA5610 .X5 A52 [Info] Andronike, the Heroine of the Greek Revolution (Boston: Roberts Bros., 1897), by Stephanos Th. Xenos, trans. by Edwin A. Grosvenor (page images at HathiTrust)
PA6003 .A45 2011 [Info] Reflections of Romanity: Discourses of Subjectivity in Imperial Rome (Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, c2011), by Richard Alston and Efrossini Spentzou (PDF at Ohio State)
PA6004 .C8 [Info] A History of Roman Literature From the Earliest Period to the Death of Marcus Aurelius, by Charles Thomas Cruttwell (Gutenberg text)
PA6004 .L3 [Info] Introduction to Classical Latin Literature (New York: C. Scribner's Sons, 1904), by William Cranston Lawton (page images at HathiTrust)

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