Iamblichus, de Mysteriis

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EDITIONS AND TRANSLATIONS OF THE DE MYSTERIIS

Iamblichi Chalcidensis ex Coele-Syria, De mysteriis liber, ed. and trans. Gale = Gale 1678.

lamblichus on the Mysteries of the Egyptians, Chaldeans, and Assyrians, trans. Taylor = Taylor 1821. See also Ronan 1989.

Jamblichi De mysteriis liber, ed. Parthey = Parthey 1857.

Theurgia, or The Egyptian Mysteries, trans. Wilder = Wilder 1911. See also Ronan 1989.

Über die Geheimlehren von jamblichus, trans. Hopfner = Hopfner 1922.

I misteri egiziani: Abammone, Lettera a Porfirio, trans. Sodano = Sodano 1984.

Jamblique: Les mystères d'Égypte, ed. and trans. Des Places = Des Places 1996.


OTHER PRIMARY LITERATURE:
SOURCES AND TRANSLATIONS

Chaeremon, ed. and trans. Van der Horst = Van der Horst 1984.

Chaldean Oracles: Text, Translation and Commentary, ed. and trans. Majercik = Majercik 1989.

Damascius. De Principiis, ed. Ruelle = Ruelle 1964.

__________. Traité des premiers principes, ed. and trans. Westerink and Combès = Westerink and Combès 1986–1991.

__________. The Philosophical History, trans. Athanassiadi = Athanassiadi 1999.

Eunapius. The Lives of the Sophists, trans. Wright = Wright, 1922.

Heraclitus, ed. Marcovich = Marcovich 1967b.

Hermetica, ed. and trans. Scott = Scott 1936.

Hermetica, trans. Copenhaver = Copenhaver 1992.

lamblichus. De anima, ed. and trans. Festugière = Festugière 1949– 1954, 3:177–248.

__________. De anima, ed. Finamore and Dillon = Finamore and Dillon 2002.

__________. In Platonis dialogos commentariorum fragmenta, ed. and trans. Dillon = Dillon 1973.

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  • Title Page v
  • Table of Contents vii
  • Preface and Acknowledgments ix
  • Abbreviations xi
  • Introduction xiii
  • Iamblichus, de Mysteriis Text and Translation 1
  • Select Bibliography 355
  • Index of Names and Terms 365
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