Plutarch: The Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans

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PLUTARCH
THE LIVES OF THE NOBLE GRECIANS
AND ROMANS

TRANSLATED BY JOHN DRYDEN
AND REVISED BY ARTHUR HUGH CLOUGH

BENNETT A. CERF DONALD S. KLOPPER
THE MODERN LIBRARY
NEW YORK

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Context v
  • Introduction ix
  • Bibliography xxiii
  • Theseus 3
  • Romulus 24
  • The Comparison of Romulus with Theseus 46
  • Lycurgus 49
  • Numa Pompilius 74
  • The Comparison of Numa with Lycurgus 93
  • Solon 97
  • Poplicola [publicola] 117
  • The Comparison of Poplicola with Solon 131
  • Themistocles 133
  • Camillus 155
  • Pericles 182
  • Fabius 212
  • The Comparison of Fabius with Pericles 231
  • Alcibiades 233
  • Coriolanus 262
  • The Comparison of Alcibiades with Coriolanus 290
  • Timoleon 293
  • Æmilius Paulus 321
  • The Comparison of Timoleon with Æmilius Paulus 345
  • Pelopidas 347
  • Marcellus 368
  • The Comparison of Pelopidas with Marcellus 389
  • Aristides 391
  • Marcus Cato 411
  • The Comparison of Aristides with Marcus Cato 432
  • PhilopŒmen 435
  • Flamininus 449
  • The Comparison of PhilopŒmen with Flamininus 465
  • Pyrrhus 467
  • Caius Marius 494
  • Lysander 525
  • Lysander 545
  • The Comparison of Lysander with Sylla 573
  • Cimon 577
  • The Comparison of Lucullus with Cimon 624
  • Nicias 626
  • Crassus 650
  • The Comparison of Crassus with Nicias 674
  • Sertorius 678
  • Eumenes 697
  • The Comparison of Sertorius with Eumenes 710
  • Agesilaus 712
  • Pompey 739
  • The Comparison of Pompey with Agesilaus 797
  • Alexander 801
  • CÆsar 854
  • Phocion 895
  • Agis 960
  • Cleomenes 972
  • Tiberius Gracchus 993
  • Caius Gracchus 1007
  • The Comparison of Tiberius and Caius Gracchus with Agis and Cleomenes 1019
  • Demosthenes 1022
  • Cicero 1041
  • The Comparison of Demosthenes and Cicero 1070
  • Demetrius 1073
  • Antony 1105
  • The Comparison of Demetrius and Antony 1153
  • Dion 1155
  • Marcus Brutus 1186
  • The Comparison of Dion and Brutus 1219
  • Aratus 1221
  • Artaxerxes 1251
  • Galba 1270
  • Otho 1286
  • Index 1297
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