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(A.J. ValpyG. et W.B. Whittaker, 1824)
A handy little calf-covered school volume of Phaedrus, with English notes at page bottom and simplistic discussion questions on 95-104. Opening T of C and twelve pages of advertisements at the end.
Phaedri Augusti Liberti Fabulae Aesopiae
(B.G. Teubner, 1881)
I first found a book that Mueller did for Teubner in 1876. Then I found that book redone in 1881. Now this book seems to reproduce that book perfectly, only with slighty larger margins and the addition on the title-page ...
(Societé d'édition Les Belles Lettres.Société d'édition "Les Belles-lettres", 1923)
Like the hardbound version, this seems to me unusual Budé edition in that it has no accompanying French translation. The notes seem purely textual.
Phaedri Fabulae Aesopiae
(Librairie Victor LeCoffre, 1900)
A compact paperbound edition of Phaedrus with helpful notes and a very extensive vocabulary--perfect for students. The copy has its own history, since it belonged earlier to the High School Library of St. Louis University ...
Phaedrus Construed: The Fables of Phaedrus Construed Into English
(Kessinger PublishingSimpkin, Marshall, and Company/Kessinger Legacy Reprints, 1847)
The title-page adds For the use of grammar schools. This is as thoroughgoing a pony as I have seen! I thought Locke was destroying Latin by doing an interlinear translation. This book goes a step further and adds a ...
Phaedrus, Select Fables: Translated Literally In the Latin Order, For the Use Of Charterhouse School
(M. Sewell/Kessinger Publishing's Legacy Reprints, 1853)
This is perhaps the thinnest of the On Demand Reprints that I have found. In its 33 pages one finds first some forty Latin fables of Phaedrus. Then there are simple verse translations of the same. That is all that this ...
The Fables of Phaedrus with the Scanning (On Spine: Smith's Phaedrus)
(T. Allman, 1844)
The title goes on: Followed by an Appendix and Vocabulary, Being a Reprint of Stirling's Phaedrus, Containing Every Thing in His Edition except the Ordo, in Lieu of Which is Given the Scanning of Each Verse. For the Use ...
Phaedri Augusti Liberti Fabularum Aesopiarum Libri Quinque (Spine: Cornelii Nepotis)
(R. Bregeaut, 1837)
Bound with Cornelii Nepotis Vitae. Includes Perotti's Appendix and an AI. Every fable also has its own (unrelated) end-piece; perhaps the best of these shows two travelers approaching a city (50). The best feature of ...
Fables de Phedre
(A l'Enseigne du Pot CasséA l'enseigne du Pot Casse, 1928)
Here is one of those French books that is still in paperback form. Unfortunately, it is splitting into two or three parts. It seems a rather straightforward presentation in French of Phaedrus' five books. Its best claim ...
Phaedri Fabularum Aesopiarum libri quinque, quales omni parte illustratos publicavit Joann. Gottlob. Sam. Schwabe. Accedunt Romuli Fabularum Aesopiarum libri quatuor, quibus novas Phaedri Fabellas cum notulis variorum et suis subjunxit J. B. Gail.
(Colligebat Nicolaus Eligius LemaireN.E. Lamaire, 1819)
Apparently Jean Baptiste Gail took the ample 1806 edition of Johann Samuel Schwabe and made it even more ample. The T of C at the end of this volume is itself exhausting as it moves through manuscripts, editions, and ...