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2 A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SURVEY OF

AENEAS THE TACTICIAN

1. The Tactics of Aelian Or art of embattailing an army after ye Grecian manner Englished & illustrated wth figures through­out: & notes vpon ye Chapters of ye ordinary notions of ye Pha­lange by I. B[ingham]. The exercise military of ye English by ye order of that great Generall Maurice of Nassau Prince of Orange & Gouernor & Generall of ye vnited Prouinces is added. [1616] Fol.

2. The Art of Embattailing an Army. Or The Second Part of Aeslians Tacticks. With notes upon every chapter. By Capt. lohn Bingham. 1629. Fol.

Reprinted: 1631.

AESCHINES THE ORATOR

1. The orations of Aeschines against Ctesiphon, and Demos­thenes de Corona. Translated from the original Greek, illustrated with notes, ... by A. Portal. Oxford. 1755. 8°

2. A literal translation of the Oration of Aeschines against Ctesiphon. D. Spillan. Dublin. 1823. 12°

3. The speech of Aeschines against Ctesiphon. Literally translated from the Oxford text, and explained in short . . . notes ... by a First Class Man of Balliol College. Oxford. 1872. 8°

M AESCHYLUS ,>s:

1. The tragedies of Aeschylus translated [into English verse, with notes] by R. Potter. Norwich. 1777. 4°

Reprinted: 1779; Oxford, 1808; Weybridge, 1809; 1812; [Selec­tions, British Poefe.] 1819; 1831; [With an essay on Grecian Drama and a biography of A. by J. S. flar/ord.] 1838; [Introduction, Henry Morley] 1886.

American Reprints: New York, 1872-76; New York, 1820-52.

2. The seven tragedies of Aeschylus literally translated into English prose . . . [Anon.] Oxford. 1822. 8°

3. Aeschyli Prometheus Vinctus, Graece, with literal trans­lation . . . [Anon.] 1822. 8°

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