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Seminar 20/120: Greek Thought

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Homer (ca. 850 B. C.)

The Odyssey  Odyssey[800 BC] (The Odyssey of Homer, with the Hymns, Epigrams and the Battle of the Frogs and the Mice, Literally Translated with Expanatory Notes by Theodore Alois Buckley B.A. of Christ's Church, Oxford. London: George Bell and Sons, Covent Garden, 1891.) [Digitized by Google, Inc.]

Aeschylus ( 525 B.C. - 456 B.C.)

Aeschylus

Agamemnon [450 b.c.] (Translated by E.D.A. Morshead)

Eumenides [450 b.c.] (Translated by E.D.A. Morshead)

Libation Bearers [450 b.c.] (Translated by E.D.A. Morshead)

Sophocles (c 496 B.C. - c. 405 B.C.)

SophoclesAntigone [440 b.c.] (Translated by R. C. Jebb)

Oedipus The King [c. 440 b.c.] (Translated by F. Stoor, B.A., Loeb Library Edition, 1912)

Herodotus (ca. 485 B.C. - 425 B.C.)

HerodotusHistories [ca. 440 b.c.] (Translated by George Rawlinson)

Aristophanes (c. 448 B.C. - 388 B.C.)

AristophanesThe Lysistrata [410 b.c.] (Anonymous Translator)

Plato (ca. 427 B.C. - ca. 347 B.C.)

Plato Meno [380 b.c.] (Translated by Benjamin Jowett)

Symposium [360 b.c.] (Translated by Benjamin Jowett)

Aristotle (384 B. C. - 322 B. C.)

AristotleNichomachean Ethics [350 b.c.] (Translated by W. D. Ross)

Euclid (fl. About 300 B.C.)

EuclidElements [c. 250 b.c.] (Created by D. E. Joyce, Clark University, Copyright © 1996)

Two Athenas (ca 325 - 425 B.C.)
Sappho (Born ca. 650 B.C.)

SapphoCollected Poems [ca. 590 b.c. ?] (Tr. by E.M. Cox, 1925; Transliterated by J.B. Hare, 2000)

Euripides (480 or 484 B.C. - 406 B.C.)

EuripidesBacchae [410 b.c.] (Anonymous Translator)