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By being made available on Oxford Scholarly Editions Online, you can now read texts and translations of all Plato’s major works side by side, along with fully integrated Stephanus numbers. Not only are you able to view them as you scroll, you can also navigate to particular lines using these numbers (Oxford University Press).
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"Ammianus Marcellinus (4th century CE) was a Roman soldier, historian and author of Res Gestae, a major historical work on the history of Rome from the period of Emperor Nerva (96 CE) to the death of Emperor Valens (378 CE). Res Gestae originally consisted of thirty-one books... The surviving eighteen books (books 14-31) cover the period from 353 to 378 (Brill)."
"Ammianus Marcellinus Online is the digital version of the standard and the only complete commentary on Res Gestae. It is of great importance to scholars in Roman history, Latin philology, military history and historiography in general (Brill)."
● The only complete historical and philological commentary on Ammianus
● Access to all available commentaries (books 14-31)
● Includes two complete text editions (Clark, 1910 and Seyfarth, 1978)
● Languages: Latin, Greek, German, English