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PLAUTUS
___ L060 Vol. I: Amphitryon.
Comedy of Asses. Pot of Gold.
Two Bacchises. Captives
___ L061 Vol. II: Casina. Casket
Comedy. Curculio. Epidicus.
Two Menaechmuses
___ L163 Vol. III: Merchant.
Braggart Soldier. Ghost. Persian
___ L260 Vol. IV: Little
Carthaginian. Pseudolus. Rope
___ L328 Vol. V: Stichus. ThreeDollar Day. Truculentus.
The Tale of a Traveling-Bag.
Fragments
PLINY
___ L330 Natural History,
Vol. I: Books 1-2
___ L352 Natural History,
Vol. II: Books 3-7
___ L353 Natural History,
Vol. III: Books 8-11
___ L370 Natural History,
Vol. IV: Books 12-16
___ L371 Natural History,
Vol. V: Books 17-19
___ L392 Natural History,
Vol. VI: Books 20-23
___ L393 Natural History,
Vol. VII: Books 24-27.
Index of Plants
___ L418 Natural History,
Vol. VIII: Books 28-32.
Index of Fishes
___ L394 Natural History,
Vol. IX: Books 33-35
___ L419 Natural History,
Vol. X: Books 36-37
PLINY THE YOUNGER
___ L055 Letters, Vol. I: Books 1-7
___ L059 Letters, Vol. II: Books
8-10. Panegyricus
PLOTINUS
___ L440 Vol. I: Porphyry on the
Life of Plotinus. Ennead 1
___ L441 Vol. II: Ennead 2
___ L442 Vol. III: Ennead 3
___ L443 Vol. IV: Ennead 4
___ L444 Vol. V: Ennead 5
___ L445 Vol. VI: Ennead 6.1-5
___ L468 Vol. VII: Ennead 6.6-9

PLUTARCH
___ L197 Moralia, Vol. I: 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
___ L222 Moralia, Vol. II: How to
Profit by One's Enemies. On
Having Many Friends. Chance.
Virtue and Vice. Letter of Condolence to Apollonius. Advice
About Keeping Well. Advice to
Bride and Groom. Dinner of the
Seven Wise Men. Superstition
___ L245 Moralia, Vol. III: Sayings
of Kings and Commanders.
Sayings of Romans. Sayings of
Spartans. Ancient Customs of
Spartans. Sayings of Spartan
Women. Bravery of Women
___ L305 Moralia, Vol. IV: Roman
Questions. Greek Questions.
Greek and Roman Parallel
Stories. On the Fortune of
the Romans. On the Fortune
or the Virtue of Alexander.
Were the Athenians More
Famous in War or in Wisdom?
___ L306 Moralia, Vol. V: Isis and
Osiris. E at Delphi. Oracles at
Delphi No Longer Given in
Verse. Obsolescence of Oracles
___ L337 Moralia, Vol. VI: Can
Virtue Be Taught? On Moral
Virtue. On the Control of Anger.
On Tranquility of Mind. On
Brotherly Love. On Affection
for Offspring. Whether Vice Be
Sufficient to Cause Unhappiness. Whether the Affections of
the Soul Are Worse Than Those
of the Body. Concerning Talkativeness. On Being a Busybody
___ L405 Moralia, Vol. VII:
On Love of Wealth. On
Compliancy. On Envy and
Hate. On Praising Oneself
Inoffensively. On the Delays of
the Divine Vengeance. On Fate.
On the Sign of Socrates. On
Exile. Consolation to His Wife
___ L424 Moralia, Vol. VIII:
Table-Talk: Books 1-6
___ L425 Moralia, Vol. IX:
Table-Talk: Books 7-9.
Dialogue on Love

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___ L321 Moralia, Vol. X: Love
Stories. That a Philosopher
Ought to Converse Especially
with Men in Power. To an
Uneducated Ruler. Whether
an Old Man Should Engage
in Public Affairs. Precepts
of Statecraft. On Monarchy,
Democracy, and Oligarchy.
That We Ought Not to Borrow.
Lives of the Ten Orators.
Summary of a Comparison
Between Aristophanes and
Menander
___ L426 Moralia, Vol. XI: On the
Malice of Herodotus. Causes
of Natural Phenomena
___ L406 Moralia, Vol. XII:
Concerning the Face Which
Appears in the Orb of the
Moon. On the Principle of Cold.
Whether Fire or Water Is More
Useful. Whether Land or Sea
Animals Are Cleverer. Beasts
Are Rational. On the Eating
of Flesh
___ L427 Moralia, Vol. XIII:
Part 1. Platonic Essays
___ L470 Moralia, Vol. XIII:
Part 2. Stoic Essays
___ L428 Moralia, Vol. XIV:
That Epicurus Actually Makes
a Pleasant Life Impossible.
Reply to Colotes in Defence
of the Other Philosophers.
Is "Live Unknown" a Wise
Precept? On Music
___ L429 Moralia, Vol. XV:
Fragments
___ L499 Moralia, Vol. XVI: Index
___ L046 Parallel Lives,
Vol. I: Theseus and Romulus.
Lycurgus and Numa. Solon
and Publicola
___ L047 Parallel Lives,
Vol. II: Themistocles and
Camillus. Aristides and Cato
Major. Cimon and Lucullus
___ L065 Parallel Lives,
Vol. III: Pericles and Fabius
Maximus. Nicias and Crassus
___ L080 Parallel Lives,
Vol. IV: Alcibiades and
Coriolanus. Lysander and Sulla
___ L087 Parallel Lives,
Vol. V: Agesilaus and Pompey.
Pelopidas and Marcellus

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