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A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SURVEY OF ENGLISH AND AMERICAN : TRANSLATIONS

note. — In all cases where no place of publication is mentioned London is to be understood.

ACHILLES TATIUS

1. The most delectable and pleasant historye of Clitophon and Leucippe, written in Greeke, by Achilles Stacius an Alexan­drian and nowe newlie translated into Englishe by W. B[urton]. [1597?] 4°

2. The Loves of Clitophon and Leucippe. A most elegant History, written in Greek by Achilles Tatius. And now Eng­lished [by Anthony Hodges]. Oxford. 1638. 4°

3. The loves of Clitopho and Leucippe . . . translated from the Greek, with notes, by ... R. Smith. 1848. 8° [Bohn]

4. Achilles Tatius. With an English translation by S. Gasalee. 1917. 18° [Loeb Classical Library]

American Reprint: [Loeb~] New York, 1917. >

AELIAN (CLAUDIUS AELIANUS)

1. A Registre of Hystories, containing Martiall exploites of worthy warriours, Politique practises of Ciuil Magistrates, wise Sentences of famous Philosophers, and other matters manifolde and memorable. Written in Greeke, by Aelianus a Romane: and deliuered in Englishe (as well, according to the truth of the greeke text, as of the Latine) by Abraham Fleming. 1576. 4° BL

2. Aelianus Claudius; his Various History. Translated by Thomas Stanley. 1665. 8° Reprinted: 1670; 1677.

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