The Encheiridion of Epictetus and Its Three Christian Adaptations

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

I. Editions

a. The authentic Encheridion

For a full list of editions of Ench up to 1952, see Oldfather, Contributions and Supplement. Here I will list the major editions before Schweighäuser's editio maior, and some of the 19th and 20th century editions, which all depend on Schweighäuser (for full titles see Oldfather). In the case of anonymous editions the name of the publisher is added in square brackets. For the editions discussed in the relevant chapter (pp. 58–86) the sigla are added in square brackets.

G. Haloander, Nuremberg 1529 "Ha" (Oldfather nr. 249)

"A. Cratander", Basel 1531 "Cr" (Oldfather nr. 250)

V. Trincavelli, Venice 1535 "Tr" (Oldfather nr. 29)

"C. Neobarius", Paris 1540 "Ne" (Oldfather nr. 284)

H. Verlenius, Louvain 1550 "Ve" (Oldfather nr. 318)

J. Tusanus, Paris 1552 "Tu" (Oldfather nr. 316)

J. Schegk, Basel 1554 "Sc" (Oldfather nr. 14)

Th. Naogeorgus, Strassburg 1554 "Na" (Oldfather nr. 283)

J. Ferandus, Salamanca 1555 "SI" (Oldfather nr. 10)

H. Wolf, Basel 1560 "Wo" (Oldfather nr. 35)

"A. Wechelus", Paris 1564 "We" (Oldfather nr. 125)

"Th. Brumennius", Paris 1566 "Br" (Oldfather nr. 126)

"Ch. Plantin", Antwerp 1578 "Pl" (Oldfather nr. 128)

"J. Tornaesius", Lyon 1589 "To" (Oldfather nr. 132)

"E. Vignon", Geneva 1595 "Ge" (Oldfather nr. 15)

"A. Mylius", Cologne 1595 "Co" (Oldfather nrs. 38–38a)

"Ch. Plantin", "ex officina Plantiniana Raphelengii", Leiden 1607, 1616 "Ra" (Oldfather nrs. 136, 141, 142)

"J. Maire", Amsterdam-Leiden 1627 "Ma" (Oldfather nrs. 145–146)

"J. Maire", Leiden 1634 "Ms" (Oldfather nr. 152)

D. Heinsius, edition of Simplicius' commentary, Leiden 1839–1840 "He" (Oldfather nr. 812)

"J. Maire", Leiden 1646 "Mh" (Oldfather nr. 155)

"G. Morden", Cambridge 1655 "Ca" (Oldfather nr. 40)

M. Casaubon, London 1659 (Oldfather nr. 241)

"J. Flesher", London 1670 "Lo" (Oldfather nr. 42)

H. Relandus, Utrecht 1711 (based on the work by M. Meibom; Oldfather nr. 287)

J. Simpson, Oxford 1739 (Oldfather nr. 297)

J. Upton, London 1741 (Oldfather nr. 30)

C.G. Heyne, Dresden-Leipzig 17561, 17762, 17833 (Oldfather nrs. 253–257)

J.B. Lefebvre de Villebrune, Paris 1782, 1783, 1794–5 (Oldfather nrs. 275–278)

J. Schweighäuser, Leipzig 1798 (Oldfather nr. 294)

J. Schweighäuser, Epicteteae Philosophiae Monumento III, Leipzig 1799 (Oldfather nr. 26)

A. Koraes, Paris 1826 (Oldfather nr. 12)

Ch. Thurot, Paris 1874–1917(Oklfather nrs. 304–315)

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Table of Contents vii
  • Acknowledgements xi
  • Preface xiii
  • The Transmission of the Texts 1
  • Part One - The Authentic Encheiridion 3
  • Part Two - "Nilus"'' Adaptation 149
  • Part Three - The Paraphrasis Christiana 197
  • Part Four - The Adaptation of Vaticanus Gr. 2231 257
  • The Texts 265
  • Part One - Epictetus'' Encheiridion 267
  • Part Two - "Nilus" Adaptation 351
  • Part Three - The Paraphrasis Christiana 369
  • Part Four - The Adaptation of Vaticanus Graecus 2231 395
  • Indices and Bibliography 413
  • Index Verborum Epicteti Encheiridii 415
  • Index Fontium Epicteti Encheiridii 427
  • Index Auctorum Epicteti Encheiridion Laudantium 432
  • Index Locorum Potiorum 434
  • Index Codicum 436
  • Index Siglorum 438
  • Bibliography 441
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