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1. A righte noble and pleasant History of the Successors of Alexander surnamed the Great, taken out of Diodorus Siculus [Book XVIII]: and some of their lives written by the wise Plutarch. Translated out of French into English by Thomas Stocker. 1569. 4° BL
2. History of the World by Diodorus Siculus. Translated by Thomas Cogan. 1653. Fol.
3. Historical Library of Diodorus Siculus, in fifteen books ... to which are added, the Fragments of Diodorus, that are found hi the Bibliotheca of Photius; together with those published by H. Valensius, L. Rhodomannus, and F. Ausinus. Made English by G. Booth. 1700. Fol..
4. Two Fragments of the Twenty-fourth Book. Translated by John Toland. 1726. 8°
DIOGENES LAERTIUS >:m .s^m-'
1. The Lives, Opinions, and remarkable sayings of the most famous Ancient Philosophers . . . Made English by several hands. [T. Fetherstone, S. White, E. Smith, J. Philips, R. Kippars, W. Baxter, R. M., and J. A.] 2 vol. 1688.
2. The Works of Diogenes; a literal translation. Vol. 1. Containing Every-Day Characters, A Comedy &c. 1805.
3. The Lives and Opinions of Ancient Philosophers. Translated by C. D. Younge. 1853. 8° [Bonn]
DIONYSIUS OF HALICARNASSUS /r
1. Works. Translated by Edward Spelman. 4 vol. 1758. 4°
2. Three Literary Letters (ad Ammaeum 1,2, and ad Pompeium) Greek text with an English translation, notes ... by W. Rhys Roberts. 1901. 8°
3. On Literary Composition. Greek text edited with introduction, translation, notes ... by W. Rhys Roberts. 1910. 8a American Reprint: New York, 1910.