Moralia: v. 12 (Loeb Classical Library) ebook
by Plutarch,W.C. Helmbold
Plutarch: Moralia, Volume XV, Fragments (Loeb Classical Library No. 429). The idea behind this translation from the Loeb Classical Library is to translate every convolution, bad wording and confusion in Plutarch's thought when he recounts a debate on the nature of the Moon
Plutarch: Moralia, Volume XV, Fragments (Loeb Classical Library No. The idea behind this translation from the Loeb Classical Library is to translate every convolution, bad wording and confusion in Plutarch's thought when he recounts a debate on the nature of the Moon. I am not certain this is the idea behind translation. I always thought it was to make the author's thought clear to readers.
II–V, F. C. Babbitt; VI, W. Helmbold; VII, P. H. De Lacy and B. Einarson; VIII, P. A. Clement and H. B. Hoffleit; IX, E. L. Minar, J. F. Sandbach, and W. Helmbold: X, H. N. Fowler; XI, L. Pearson and F. Sandbach; XII, H. Cherniss and W. Helmbold; XIV, P. Einarson; XV, F. Sandbach. In the Teubner series of texts (Leipzig) we now have: Vol. I, fasc. 2, W. R. Paton and I. Wegehaupt, 1925; III, C. Hubert, M. Pohlenz, and W. Sieveking, 1929, ed. Drexler, 1960; IV, C. Hubert, 1938; V, fasc.
The Education of Children. How the Young Man Should Study Poetry. On Listening to Lectures. How to Tell a Flatterer from a Friend. How a Man May Become Aware of His Progress in Virtue. How to Profit by One's Enemies. On Having Many Friends. A Letter of Condolence to Apollonius. Advice about Keeping Well. Advice to Bride and Groom. The Dinner of the Seven Wise Men. Superstition. Sayings of Kings and Commanders.
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1-5 translated by F. Babbitt; v. 6, by W. Helmbold; v. 7, by P. DeLacy and B. Einarson; v. 8, by P. Clement H. Hoffleit; v. 9, by E. Sandbach W. 10, by H. Fowler; v. 11, by L. Sandbach; v. 12, by H. 14, by B. Einarson and P. DeLacy; v. 15, by F. The Loeb classical library. E. Minar, F. Sandbach, W. Helmbold: Plutarch's Moralia. With an English Translation.
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