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Babrius Fabularum Scriptor
[Babr.] ii CE Ed. O. Crusius, Leipzig (T.) 1897.
Bacchius Musicus
[Bacch.] Harm. = *ei)sagwgh\ te/xnhs mousikh=s, ed. C. Jan, Musici Scriptores Graeci, Leipzig (T.) 1895, p. 292.
Bacchylides Lyricus
[B.] v BCE Ed. Sir R. C. Jebb, Cambridge 1905. Scolia, in POxy. 1361.
[Scol.Oxy.]
Balbilla Lyrica
[Balbill.] ii CE v. Epigrammata Graeca in II.
Barbucallos Epigrammaticus
[Barb.] vi CE v. Anthologia Graeca.
Bassus, Lollius Epigrammaticus
[Bass.] i CE v. Anthologia Graeca.
Bato Comicus iii BCE Ed. T. Kock, CAF iii p. 326.
Bato Sinopensis Historicus
[Bato Sinop.] ii BCE Ed. C. Müller, FHG iv p. 347.
Batrachomyomachia
[Batr.] Ed. T. W. Allen, Homeri Opera v, Oxford (OCT), p. 168.
Berosus Historicus
[Beros.] iv/iii BCE Ed. C. Müller, FHG ii p. 495.
Besantinus Epigrammaticus
[Besant.] ii CE v. Anthologia Graeca. Ara = AP15.25.
Bianor Epigrammaticus i BCE /i CE Idem qui et Statyllius Flaccus, q. v. v. Anthologia Graeca.
Bias Lyricus vi BCE Ed. T. Bergk, PLG iii p. 199.
[Fr.Lyr.]
Bion Bucolicus ii BCE Ed. U. von Wilamowitz-Möllendorff2, Bucolici Graeci, Oxford (OCT).
Biotus Tragicus Ed. A. Nauck, TGF p. 825.
Bito Mechanicus iii or ii BCE Ed. C. Wescher, Poliorcétique des Grecs, Paris 1867 (page and line).
Blaesus Comicus
[Blaes.] Ed. G. Kaibel, CGF p. 191.
Boeo sive Boeus Epicus ii BCE (?) Ed. J. U. Powell, Coll. Alex. p. 23.
Boethus Epigrammaticus
[Boeth.] i CE v. Anthologia Graeca.
Boethus Sidonius Stoicus
[Boeth.Stoic.] ii BCE Ed. H. von Arnim, SVF iii p. 265.
Brutus Epistolographus
[Brut.] i BCE Ep. = Epistula, ed. R. Hercher, Epistolographi, p. 177.
Butherus Philosophus
[Buther.] Apud Stobaeum.