The Works of Lucian of Samosata: Complete with Exceptions Specified in the Preface - Vol. 1

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ALPHABETICAL CONTENTS
(Roman numerals indicate the volume, and Arabic the page.) In this table all the titles are given in the English list. The other lists are added for those to whom the Greek or Latin names are familiar; but they do not contain the titles that arc practically identical with the English ones.ENGLISH TITLES
Alexanderii212
Anacharsisiii190
Apologyii27
Book-fancieriii265
Charoni167
Cockiii105
Cyniciv172
Defenceiii24
Demonaxiii1
Demosthenesiv145
Dependent Scholarii1
Dialogues of the Dead, i107
Dialogues of the Godsi62
Dialogues of the Hetaeraeiv52
Dialogues of the Sea-Godsi90
Dionysusiii252
Dipsasiv26
Disinheritedii183
Double Indictmentiii144
Fisheri206
Fly iii261
Gods in Counciliv165
Halliv12
Harmonidesii99
Heraclesiii256
Hermotimusii41
Herodotusii90
Hesiodiv30
Icaromenippusiii126
Lapithaeiv127
Lexiphanesii263
Liariii230
Literary Prome­ theusi7
Lower Worldi230
Menippusi156
Mourningiii212
Nigrinusi11
Pantomimeii238
Parasiteiii167
Patriotismiv23
Peregrineiv79
Phalarisii201
Portrait-studyiii13
Prometheusi53
Puristiv181
Rhetoricianiii218
Runawaysiv95
Sacrificei183
Sale of Creedsi190
Saturnaliaiv108
Scythianii102
Shipiv33
Slanderiv1
Slip of Tongueii34
Swansiii259
Timoni31
Toxarisiii36
True Historyii136
Tyranncideii173
Visioni1
Vowelsi26
Way to writeii109
Zeus cross-examined iii71
Zeus Tragoedusiii80
Zeuxisii94
LATIN TITLES NOT READILY TO BE FOUND IN THE ENGLISH LIST
Abdicatusii183
Adversus indoctumiii265
Bis accusatusiii144
Calumniae non te­ mere credendumiv1
Cataplusi230
De domoiv12
De electroiii259
De luctuiii212
De mercede con­ ductisii1
Deorum conciliumiv165

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