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Euclidis Elementa, Bod: The 800 A. D. MS of the Elementa kept in the Bodleian Library, Oxford, of which there is a scan attached to the BP version, which has been made available from the Max Planck Insitute for the History of Science on the internet.

Heiberg, J.L. et Menge, H., Euclidis Opera Omnia, Leipzig: Teubner, 1883-88. This edition has been revised in J.L Heiberg (ed.), E.S. Stamatis (rev.), Elementa, 5 vols., Stuttgart, 1969-77.

Myungsunn Ryu: ΣTOIXEIA EΥKΛEIΔΟΥ, internet pdf edition, 2004.


MS in Bibliothèque Nationale, Fonds Latin 7373.

Edition in Busard, H. L. L. The Medieval Latin Translation of Euclid’s Elements: Made Directly from the Greek. Franz Steiner Verlag Wiesbaden GMBH, Stuttgart. 1987.

Murdoch, J. E. Euclides Graeco-Latinus, A Hitherto Unknown Medieval Latin Translation of the Elements Made Directly from the Greek. In: Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, 71. 1966. 249-302.


Heath, Thomas, tr., The Thirteen Books of Euclid's Elements. Dover Publications 1956, reprint of the second edition of 1925. The first edition is from 1908.


The Rekhâgaṇita or Geometry in Sanskrit composed by Samrâḍ Jagannâtha. Ed. Harilâl Harshâdarâi Dhruva, vol. I-II, Bombay Sanskrit Series no. lxi-lxii, Bombay 1901-2.


Busard, H. L. L. The Latin Translation of the Arabic Version of Euclid's Elements Commonly Ascribed to Gerard of Cremona. E.J.Brill, Leiden. 1984.


幾何原本 Jihe yuanben; the Chinese translation of Euclid into Chinese by Matteo Ricci 利瑪竇 and Xu Guangqi 徐光啟, Beijing 1607. See further in Peter M. Engelfriet: Euclid in China. The Genesis of the First Chinese Translation of Euclid’s Elements Books I-VI, Leiden 1998.


Jowett, Benjamin (tr.), TIMAEUS by Plato, Oxford 1880?


Plasberg, Otto (ededit), M.TVLLI CICERONIS, Lipsiae MCMVII, pp. 157-196, lat & gre bilingual.


Wrobel, Ioh. (ededit), PLATONIS TIMAEUS, Interprete Chalcidio cum eiusdem commentario, Lipsiae MDCCCLXXVI.


Ficino, Masilio, (tr.), Timaeus, in Platonis Opera Omnia, Basileae 1532, pp. 703-737.


Susemihl, Franz (tr.), Timaios, in Platon’s Werke, vierte Gruppe, sechtes und siebentes Bändchen, Stuttgart, 1856.


MS in Bibliothèque Nationale, Fonds Latin 16201.

Busard, H. L. L. The First Latin Translation of Euclid’s Elements Commonly Ascribed to Adelard of Bath. Universa, Wetteren. 1983.


MS in Bibliothèque Nationale, Fonds Latin 16646.

Busard, H. L. L. The Translationof the Elements of Euclid From the Arabic Into Latin by Hermann of Carinthia (?). E.J.Brill, Leiden. 1968.


CODEX LEIDENSIS 399,1: Euclidis Elementa ex interpretatione Al-Hadschdschadsch cum commentariis Al-Narizii. Arabice et Latine ediderunt R. O. Besthorn et J. L. Heiberg, Hauniae MDCCCXCIII-MCMXXXII.


Paul Piper (ed.), 1882, "Anicius Manlius Severinus Boethius: De Consolatione Philosophiae" in Die Schriften Notkers und seiner Schule, Alfred Holder, Freiburg I. B. & Tübingen 


Simon de Freine:  John E. Matzke (ed.), 1909, "Simund de Freine: Le Roman de Philosophie", in Les Œvres de Simund de Freine, Librairie de Firmin-Didot et c, Paris

Jean de Meun: Dedeck-Héry, V. L., « Boethius' De Consolatione by Jean de Meun », Mediaeval Studies, 14, 1952, p. 165-275


Bayard Quincy MORGAN and Friedrich Wilhelm STROTHMANN: Middle High German Translation of the 'Summa Theologica' by Thomas Aquinas. Ed. with a Latin-German and a German-Latin Glossary by  (Stanford University Publications. Language and Literature VIII,1), Stanford/California-London-Oxford 1950


Aristotle's Categories and De Interpretatione. Tr. J. L. Ackrill, Oxford University Press, 1963.


The MS (Bibliothèque Nationale ar. 2346) reproduces al-Ḥasan ibn Suwār's (d. 408/1017) edition of Isḥāq ibn Ḥunayn's (d. 911) translation, see manuscript.


G. Furlani, “Le Categorie e gli Ermeneutici di Aristotele nella versione syriaca di Giorgio delle Nazioni”, Atti delle Reale Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Memorie della Classe di Scienze Morali Storiche e Filologiche, vol. 5, Roma 1933.


Frederick Cornwallis Conybeare, A Collation with the Ancient Greek Text of Aristotle’s Categories, De Interpretatione, De Mundo, De Virtutibus et Vitiis and of Porphyry’s Introduction, Anecdota Oxoniensis, Oxford 1892.


Paul Piper (ed.), Die Schriften Notkers un seine Schule, vol I, Tübingen 1882; Schriften Philosophichen Inhalts, II, p. 365 seq.,: Anicius Manlius Severinus Boetius, Commentar zu den Categorien des Aristoteles.


Jowett, Benjamin (tr.), PHAEDO by Plato, Oxford 1892


Plato. Platonis Opera, ed. John Burnet. Oxford University Press. 1903. Accessed from Perseus.


Rhetoric, by Aristotle, tr. W. Rhys Roberts, Oxford, 1924.

Arabic translation of Aristoteles’ Ῥητορική (Rhetoric) from ca. 8th century A.D. Earlier editions of the manuscript, upon which this edition is to some extent based upon are:

Lyons, M.C. 1982. Aristotle’s Ars Rhetorica. The Arabic version. A new edition, with commentary and glossary. Volume 1. Cambridge: E. & E. Plumridge Ltd.
Badawī, ᶜAbdū r-Raḥmān. 1979. ᵓArisṭūṭālīs. al-Xiṭāba. al-Mutarjama al-ᶜarabīya al-qadīma. Beirut: Dar al-Qalam.


Rhetorica, translation anonyma sive vetus et translation Guillelmi de Moerbeka, edidit Bernhardus Schneider, Leiden 1978.


Rhetorica, translation anonyma sive vetus et translation Guillelmi de Moerbeka, edidit Bernhardus Schneider, Leiden 1978.


Meno, interprete Henrico Aristippo. Edidit Victor Kordeuter, recognovit et praefatione instruxit Carlotta Labowsky. (Plato Latinus, Vol. I.) London, 1940-


Ficino, Masilio, (tr.), Phaedo, in Platonis Opera Omnia, Basileae 1532, pp. 


Eusebi Chronicorum Libri Duo. Armenian versionem Latine factam ad libros manuscriptos. Ededit Alfred Schoene, vol. 1, Berlin 1875, Greek text and references to the Greek authors are also from this source.


Eusebii Pamphili Caesariensis Episcopi: Chronicon Bipartitum, vol. I, ededit Baptista Aucher Ancyrani, Venice 1818, Armenian text.


Eusebius: Chronicle, translated by A. Smith, see the Attalus Website. Note: This is a translation from Schoene’s Latin translation mentioned above. The page numbers indicated in out text also refer to this edition.


Hermannus Alemannus (Parisinus Latinus 16673, saec. XIII), ededit Frédérique Woerther


CORPUS THOMISTICUM. Sancti Thomae de Aquino: SUMMA THEOLOGIAE. Textum Leoninum Romae 1888 editum ac automato translatum a Roberto Busa SJ in taenias magneticas denuo recognovit Enrique Alarcón atque instruxit. http://www.corpusthomisticum.org/sth0000.html


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