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5. The Periplus of Euthraeis, Arrian's Voyage of Nearchus. Translated with notes by J. W. McCrindle. Calcutta, Bombay, and London. 1879.
6. Anabasis of Alexander. Translated by Edward J. Chin- < nock. 1884. . ,..>• ..
'•• 7. The Invasion of India by Alexander the Great, as described by Arrian, Quintus Curtius, Diodorus, Plutarch and Justin, being translation of such portions of these and other classical authors as describe Alexander's campaign in Afghanistan, the Panjab, Sindh Gedrosia, and Karmania, with an introduction containing life, etc. By J. W. McCrindle. 1893.
Reprinted: 1896. ,;,; ,,?rr :^i
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ARTEMIDORUS OF EPHESUS
1. Sertayne Dreames made by Artemedorus. Licensed to T. Marshe. 1558-59.
2. A pleasant Treatise of the interpretation of sundrie dreames gathered out of ... Ponzettus and Artemidorus. By Thomas Hill. 1563.
Reprinted: 1571; 1576.
3. A breafe and pleasaunt treatise of the interpretation of dreames. Licensed to W. Copeland. 1566-67.
4. The ludgement Or exposition of Dreames, Written by Artimodorus, an Auncient and famous Author, first in Greeke, then Translated into Latin, After into French, and now into English. 1606. 8° BL
5. The Interpretation of Dreames . . . Rendered into English [by R. W., i.e., Robert Wood]. The fourth edition, newly corrected. 1644. 12° BL.
Reprinted: 1656; 1679; 1701; 1722; \J740f~]
ATHENAEUS 1. Deipnosophists. Translated by H. Younge. 3 Vol. 1854. <