Julius Caesar (100-44 BC)

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List of Works
[The African Wars]   [The Alexandrian Wars]   [The Civil Wars]   [The Gallic Wars]   [The Spanish Wars]  

The African War (46? BC)
Though ascribed to Caesar, this work was likely written by Aulus Hirtius or by some other officer who shared in this campaign.
  • HTML (single page, 145KB) at MIT Classics Archive (Translated by W.A. McDevitte and W.S. Bohn)
  • Text file (109KB) at MIT Classics Archive (Translated by W.A. McDevitte and W.S. Bohn)

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  • Latin/English Hardcover edition, includes the Alexandrian War, Spanish War, and African War, translation by A.G. Way (Harvard Univ Pr, 1955, 440 pg).
  • Paperback edition of The Civil War : With the Anonymous Alexandrian, African, and Spanish Wars, translated by John Carter (Oxford Univ Pr, 1998).
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The Alexandrian War (47? BC)
Though ascribed to Caesar, this work was likely written by Aulus Hirtius.
  • HTML (single page, 122KB) at MIT Classics Archive (Translated by W.A. McDevitte and W.S. Bohn)
  • Text file (91KB) at MIT Classics Archive (Translated by W.A. McDevitte and W.S. Bohn)

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  • Latin/English Hardcover edition, includes the Alexandrian War, Spanish War, and African War, translation by A.G. Way (Harvard Univ Pr, 1955, 440 pg).
  • Paperback edition of The Civil War : With the Anonymous Alexandrian, African, and Spanish Wars, translated by John Carter (Oxford Univ Pr, 1998).
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The Civil Wars (50-47 BC)
  • HTML (3 pages, 83-187KB) at MIT Classics Archive (Translated by W.A. McDevitte and W.S. Bohn)
  • Text file (307KB) at MIT Classics Archive (Translated by W.A. McDevitte and W.S. Bohn)
  • Multi-format (HTML, EPUB, Kindle, Text) at Project Gutenberg, includes The Civil War and The War in Gaul (Gallic War) (Translated by W.A. MacDevitt)

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  • Latin/English Hardcover edition, translation by Cynthia Damon (Harvard Univ Pr, 2016, 450 pg).
  • Paperback edition of The Civil War : With the Anonymous Alexandrian, African, and Spanish Wars, translated by John Carter (Oxford Univ Pr, 1998).
  • Paperback edition, translated by Jane F. Gardner (Viking Press, 1976, 360 pg).
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The Gallic War (58-50 BC)
Many scholars believe the last book of The Gallic War was written by Aulus Hirtius.
  • HTML (8 pages, 53-154KB) at MIT Classics Archive (Translated by W.A. McDevitte and W.S. Bohn)
  • Text file (495KB) at MIT Classics Archive (Translated by W.A. McDevitte and W.S. Bohn)
  • Multi-format (HTML, EPUB, Kindle, Text) at Project Gutenberg, includes The Civil War and The War in Gaul (Gallic War) (Translated by W.A. MacDevitt)
  • Latin Multi-format (HTML, EPUB, Kindle, Text) at Project Gutenberg

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  • Latin/English Hardcover edition, translation by H.J. Edwards (Harvard Univ Pr, 1917, 642 pg).
  • Paperback edition, translated by Carolyn Hammond (Oxford Univ Pr, 2008, 320 pg).
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The Spanish War (45? BC)
Though ascribed to Caesar, this work was likely written by Aulus Hirtius or by some other officer who shared in this campaign.
  • HTML (single page, 71KB) at MIT Classics Archive (Translated by W.A. McDevitte and W.S. Bohn)
  • Text file (51KB) at MIT Classics Archive (Translated by W.A. McDevitte and W.S. Bohn)

    Available at Amazon.Com:
  • Latin/English Hardcover edition, includes the Alexandrian War, Spanish War, and African War, translation by A.G. Way (Harvard Univ Pr, 1955, 440 pg).
  • Paperback edition of The Civil War : With the Anonymous Alexandrian, African, and Spanish Wars, translated by John Carter (Oxford Univ Pr, 1998).
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Discourse to the Greeks Concerning Hades (c. 220?)
The Enneads (250)
On the Incarnation (c. 318)
Ecclesiastical History (c. 325)
Life of Antony (c. 356-362)
Sermons (Chrysostom) (c. 370-404)
Letters (Chrysostom) (c. 370-404)
On the Priesthood (c. 386)
On the Teacher (c. 388)
Commentary on Galatians (c. 390?)
Christian Doctrine (397-426)
On the Trinity (400-416)
Confessions (Augustine) (c. 401)
The City of God (413-426)
Enchiridion (Augustine) (421)
The Rule of St. Benedict (c. 530?)
The Quran (c. 632)
Beowulf (c. 725)
Tales from the 1001 Nights (c. 850?)
The Destruction of Dá Derga's Hostel (c. 900?; mss. c. 1100)
The Tale of Genji (c. 1008-1021)
Shahnameh (1010)
The Mabinogion (c. 1050?)
Monologium (1077)
Proslogium (1087)
The Song of Roland (c. 1100)
The Rubaiyat (c. 1120)
Letters of Abelard and Heloise (c. 1130-1136)
On Loving God (c. 1130?)
Sermons on the Song of Songs (1136-1153)
The Story of the Volsungs and Niblungs (12th century)
Guide of the Perplexed (1180-1190)
The Nibelungenlied (c. 1200)
Magna Carta (1215)
The Little Flowers of St. Francis of Assisi (c. 1250-1261)
The Saga of Burnt Njal (13th century)
On the Principles of Nature (1252-1256)
Summa Contra Gentiles (1261-1264)
Summa Theologica (1265-1273)
The New Life (c. 1292-1294)
The Cloud of Unknowing (c. 1300)
The Divine Comedy (c. 1306-1321)
Inferno (c. 1306-1314)
On Monarchy (c. 1309-1313)
Purgatorio (c. 1315-1318)
Paradiso (c. 1319-1321)
Sonnets (Petrarch) (c. 1327-1374)
Ascent of Mt. Ventoux (c. 1336)
The Decameron (1351)
The Spiritual Dialogue (St. Catherine of Siena) (1370)
Troilus and Criseyde (c. 1385)
Canterbury Tales (c. 1386)
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (Late 14th century)
On the Imitation of Christ (1418)
The Spiritual Dialogue (St. Catherine of Genoa) (1447)
Le Morte d'Arthur (c. 1470)
Notebooks (da Vinci) (c. 1478-1518)
The Dignity of Man (c. 1486)
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