Series: Loeb Classical Library
|Apostolic Fathers: Volume I. I Clement. II Clement. Ignatius. Polycarp. Didache. Barnabas (Loeb Classical Library No. 24) by Kirsopp Lake|
|Apostolic Fathers: Volume II. Shepherd of Hermas. Martyrdom of Polycarp. Epistle to Diogentus (Loeb Classical Library No. 25) by Kirsopp Lake|
|Cicero: In Catilinam 1-4. Pro Murena. Pro Sulla. Pro Flacco: B. Orations (Loeb Classical Library No. 324) by Cicero|
|Cicero: On the Orator, Books I-II (Loeb Classical Library No. 348) (English and Latin Edition) by Cicero|
|Cicero: On the Orator: Book 3. On Fate. Stoic Paradoxes. On the Divisions of Oratory: A. Rhetorical Treatises (Loeb Classical Library No. 349) (Book III) by Cicero|
|Discourses / Handbook / Fragments by Epictetus|
|Hesiod / Homeric Hymns / Epic Cycle / Homerica by Hesiod|
|History of the Peloponnesian War, Volume I: Books 1-2 (Loeb Classical Library) by Thucydides|
|Manilius: Astronomica (Loeb Classical Library No. 469) (English and Latin Edition) by Manilius|
|Metamorphoses (The Golden Ass), Volume I: Books 1-6 (Loeb Classical Library) by Apuleius|
|Metaphysics, books 1-9 by Aristotle|
|Moral essays by Lucius Annaeus Seneca|
|De Rerum Natura by Lucretius|
|Speeches (Loeb Classical Library) by Aeschines|
|The Theological Tractates and the Consolation of Philosophy (Loeb Classical Library No. 74) by Boethius|
|Catullus, Tibullus, Pervigilium Veneris (Loeb Classical Library No. 6) by Catullus||6|
|Institutio Oratoria, books 1-3 (Loeb Classical Library) by Marcus Fabius Quintilianus||124|
|Tristia. Ex ponto by Ovid||151|
|Ecclesiastical History I, Books I-V (Loeb Classical Library, No. 153) by Eusebius||153|
|3 Plays: Birds / Lysistrata / Women at the Thesmophoria by Aristophanes||179|
|Cicero: Letters to Friends, Volume II (Loeb Classical Library) by Cicero||216|
|Isocrates, Volume II. On the Peace. Areopagiticus. Against the Sophists. Antidosis. Panathenaicus (Loeb Classical Library, No. 229) by Isócrates||229|
|Tertullian: Apology and De Spectaculis. Minucius Felix: Octavius (Loeb Classical Library No. 250) (English and Latin Edition) by Tertullian||250|
|Seneca: Moral Essays, Volume II (Loeb Classical Library No. 254) by Seneca||254|
|Ecclesiastical History (Books 6-10) by Eusebius||265|
|The City of God. Books 18.36-20 by Augustine||416|
|Metamorphoses (The Golden Ass), Volume II, Books 7-11 by Apuleius||453|
- Juvenal and Persius by Juvenal (1918)
- Cicero: Pro Sestio. In Vatinium. B. Orations (Loeb Classical Library No. 309) by Cicero (1958)
- Cicero: The Verrine Orations I: Against Caecilius. Against Verres, Part I; Part II, Books 1-2 (Loeb Classical Library No. 221) (Pt. 1, v. 7) by Cicero (1928)
- Cicero: The Verrine Orations, Volume II, Against Verres, Part 2, Books 3-5, B. Orations (Loeb Classical Library No. 293) by Cicero (1935)
- On moral ends by Cicero (1914)
- Moral essays, Vol. I by Seneca (1928)
- Seneca: Moral Essays, Volume III. De Beneficiis. (Loeb Classical Library No. 310) by Seneca (1899)
- Seneca: Epistles 66-92 (Loeb No. 76) by Seneca (1920)
- The Orator's Education, books 1-2 (Loeb Classical Library) by Marcus Fabius Quintilianus (2001)
- Clement of Alexandria: The Exhortation to the Greeks. The Rich Man's Salvation. To the Newly Baptized (fragment) (Loeb Classical Library) by Clement of Alexandria (1919)
- De Bello Alexandrino; De Bello Africo; De Bello Hispaniensi by Caesar (1955)
- Tacitus: Annals 13-16 (Loeb Classical Library No. 322) by Tacitus (1937)
- SUETONIUS Vol.II The Lives of the Caesars, II: Claudius. Nero. Galba, Otho, and Vitellius. Vespasian. Titus, Domitian. Lives of Illustrious Men: Grammarians and Rhetoricians. ..Passienus Crispus (Loeb by Suetonius (1914)
- Discourses 3,4 / Handbook / Fragments by Epictetus (1928)
- The Letters, books 1-7 by Pliny the Younger (1931)
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