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Ὀίκοι μένειν δεῖ τὸν καλῶς εὐδαίμονα -> The person who is well satisfied should stay at home.
Aeschylus, fr. 317
Ecphantides Comicus
[Ecphantid.] v BCE Ed. T. Kock, CAF i p. 9.
Ecphantus Pythagoreus
[Ecphant.] Apud Stobaeum.
Elegiaca Alexandrina Adespota
[Eleg.Alex.Adesp.] Ed. J. U. Powell, Coll. Alex. p. 130.
Elias Philosophus vi CE in Cat. = in Aristotelis Categorias commentaria, ed. A. Busse (Comm. in Arist. Graeca xviii pars i), Berlin 1900. in Porph. = in Porphyrii Isagogen commentaria (ibid.).
Empedocles Poeta Philosophus
[Emp.] v BCE Ed. H. Diels, PPF p. 74. Sphaer. = Sphaera, ed. E. Maass, Commentariorum in Aratum re- liquiae, pp. 154, 199.
Enoch Judaeus
[1Enoch] ii/i BCE Ed. R. H. Charles, Oxford 1912.
Ephippus Comicus
[Ephipp.] iv BCE Ed. T. Kock, CAF ii p. 250.
Ephorus Historicus
[Ephor.] iv BCE Ed. C. Müller, FHG i p. 234, iv pp. 626, 641; suppl. F. Bilabel, Die kleineren Historikerfragmente auf Papyrus, Bonn 1923, p. 7.
Epica Alexandrina Adespota
[Epic.Alex.Adesp.] Ed. J. U. Powell, Coll. Alex. p. 71.
Epicharmus Comicus
[Epich.] v BCE Ed. G. Kaibel, CGF p. 88. Pseudepicharmea, v. Axiopistus.
Epicrates Comicus
[Epicr.] iv BCE Ed. T. Kock, CAF ii p. 282.
Epictetus Philosophus
[Epict.] i/ii CE Ed. H. Schenkl, Leipzig (T.) 1894. Ench. = Enchiridion Fr. = Fragmenta Gnom. = Gnomologium
Epicurus Philosophus
[Epicur.] iv/iii BCE Ed. H. Usener, Epicurea, Leipzig 1887 (Epistulae, Fragmenta, Sententiae); ed. P. von der Mühll, Leipzig (T.) 1922 (Epistulae, Sententiae, Gnomologium Vaticanum). Dial. 1413 = Dialogus, in PHerc. 1413 (ined.) Ep. = Epistulae Fr. = Fragmenta Nat. = De rerum natura, partim ined. (cited by book
[2, 11, 14, 15, or 28] and col. or Fr.: unnumbered books cited as Nat.Herc. followed by No. of papyrus and col. or Fr.: portions edited by Gomperz in Wien. Stud. i (1879) p. 27 cited by No. of line, followed by 'G.'). Sent. = Sententiae (ku/riai do/cai) Sent.Vat. = Gnomologium Vaticanum, ed. Wotke-Usener, Wien. Stud. X (1888) pp. 175-201 = Usener, Kleine Schriften i p. 297; ed. P. von der Mühll (v. supr.). NOTE.—Unedited papyri are cited from transcripts furnished by W. Crönert.
Epigenes Comicus
[Epig.] iv BCE Ed. T. Kock, CAF ii p. 416.
Epigoni Ed. T. W. Allen, Homeri Opera v, Oxford (OCT), p. 115.
Epigonus Epigrammaticus
[Epig.] v. Anthologia Graeca.
Epilycus Comicus
[Epil.] v/iv BCE (?) Ed. T. Kock, CAF ip. 803; suppl. J. Demiańczuk, Supp.Com.p.40.
Epimenides Philosophus
[Epimenid.] vi BCE Ed. H. Diels, Vorsokr. ii p. 185.
Epinicus Comicus
[Epin.] ii BCE Ed. T. Kock, CAF iii p. 330.
Erasistratus Medicus
[Erasistr.] iii BCE Apud Galenum.
Eratosthenes Epicus
[Eratosth.] iii BCE Ed. J. U. Powell, Coll. Alex. p. 58. Cat. = *katasterismoi/, ed. A. Olivieri, Mythographi Graeci iii (1), Leipzig (T.) 1897.
Eratosthenes Scholasticus Epigrammaticus
[Eratosth.] vi CE v. Anthologia Graeca.
Erinna Lyrica
[Erinn.] Ed. T. Bergk, PLG iii p. 141.
Eriphus Comicus
[Eriph.] iv BCE Ed. T. Kock, CAF ii p. 428.
Erotianus Grammaticus
[Erot.] i CE Ed. E. Nachmanson, Göteborg (Uppsala) 1918.
Erycius Epigrammaticus
[Eryc.] i BCE v. Anthologia Graeca.
Etruscus Epigrammaticus
[Etrusc.] v. Anthologia Graeca.
Etymologicum Genuinum
[Et.Gen.] Ineditum; cf. R. Reitzenstein, Geschichte der griechischen Etymo- logika, Leipzig 1897, p. 1 ff.
Etymologicum Gudianum
[Et.Gud.] Ed. E. L. de Stefani, fasc. 1 (A-B), fasc. 2 (B-Z), Leipzig 1909, 1920; ed. F. W. Sturz, Leipzig 1818. z = Cod. Par. Suppl. Gr. 172.
Etymologicum Magnum
[EM] Ed. T. Gaisford, Oxford 1848.
Euangelus Comicus
[Euang.] Ed. T. Kock, CAF iii p. 376.
Eubulides Comicus
[Eubulid.] Ed. T. Kock, CAF ii p. 431.
Eubulus Comicus
[Eub.] iv BCE Ed. T. Kock, CAF ii p. 164; suppl. J. Demiańczuk, Supp. Com. p. 40.
Euclides Geometra
[Euc.] iii BCE Ed. J. L. Heiberg & H. Menge, Leipzig (T.) 1883-1916. Elementa, cited without title Dat. = Data Fr. = Fragmenta Opt. = Optica Phaen. = Phaenomena Sect.Can. = Sectio Canonis
Eucrates Historicus
[Eucrat.] Ed. C. Müller, FHG iv p. 407.
Eudemus Philosophus
[Eudem.] iv BCE Cited from sources. Cf. F. W. A. Mullach, FPG iii p. 222; Spengel, Eudemi Rhodii Fragmenta, Berlin 1866.
Eudoxus Astronomus
[Eudox.] iv BCE Ars = Ars astronomica, ed. F. Blass, Kiel 1887 (cited by col. and line).
Eudoxus Comicus
[Eudox.Com.] Ed. T. Kock, CAF iii p. 332.
Eugaeon Historicus v BCE Ed. C. Müller, FHG ii p. 16, iv p. 653
[fort. Euagon].
Eugenes Epigrammaticus v. Anthologia Graeca.
Eumelus Epicus
[Eumel.] viii BCE (?) Ed. G. Kinkel, EGF p. 185.
Eunapius Historicus
[Eun.] <*>v/v CE Hist. = Fragmenta Historica, ed. L. Dindorf, HGM i p. 205. VS = Vitae Sophistarum, ed. J. F. Boissonade (post Philostratum, ed. Westermann), Paris (D.) 1849.
Eunicus Comicus
[Eunic.] v BCE Ed. T. Kock, CAF i p. 781.
Euodus Epigrammaticus
[Euod.] v. Anthologia Graeca.
Euphorio Epicus
[Euph.] iii BCE Ed. J. U. Powell, Coll. Alex. p. 28. Fr.Hist. = Fragmenta Historica, ed. C. Müller, FHG iii p. 71.
Euphro Comicus iii BCE Ed. T. Kock, CAF iii p. 317.
Euphronius Lyricus
[Euphron.] iii BCE Ed. J. U. Powell, Coll. Alex. p. 176.
Eupithius Epigrammaticus v. Anthologia Graeca.
Eupolis Comicus
[Eup.] v BCE Ed. T. Kock, CAF ip. 258; suppl. J. Demiańczuk, Supp. Com. p.41.
Euripides Tragicus
[E.] v BCE Ed. G. G. A. Murray, Oxford (OCT). Fragments, ed. A. Nauck, TGF p. 363, and H. von Arnim, Supplementum Euripideum, Bonn 1913 (titles of plays cited from this work are distin- guished by an asterisk): Alc. = Alcestis Andr. = Andromache *Antiop. = Antiope *Archel. = Archelaus Ba. = Bacchae *Cret. = Cretes Cyc. = Cyclops El. = Electra Ep. = Epistulae, ed. R. Hercher, Epistolographi, p. 275. Epigr. = Epigrammata, ed. T. Bergk, PLG ii p. 265. Fr. = Fragmenta HF = Hercules Furens Hec. = Hecuba Hel. = Helena Heracl. = Heraclidae Hipp. = Hippolytus Hyps. = Hypsipyle, ed. A. S. Hunt, Tragicorum Graecorum Fragmenta Papyracea, Oxford (OCT). IA = Iphigenia Aulidensis IT = Iphigenia Taurica Ion Med. = Medea *Melanipp.Capt. = Melanippe Captiva *Melanipp.Sap. = Melanippe Sapiens *Oen. = Oeneus Or. = Orestes Ph. = Phoenissae *Phaëth. = Phaëthon *Pirith. = Pirithous Rh. = Rhesus *Sthen. = Stheneboea Supp. = Supplices Tr. = Troades Scholia in Euripidem, ed. W. Dindorf, 4 vols., Oxford 1863; ed. E. Schwarz, 2 vols., Berlin 1887, 1891.
Euryphamus Pythagoreus
[Euryph.] Apud Stobaeum; cf. F. W. A. Mullach, FPG ii p. 15.
Eusebius Historicus
[Eus.Hist.] iii CE Ed. L. Dindorf, HGM i p. 201.
Eusebius Caesariensis Scriptor Ecclesiasticus
[Eus.] iv CE DE = Demonstratio Evangelica, ed. I. A. Heikel, Leipzig 1913. PE = Praeparatio Evangelica, ed. E. H. Gifford, Oxford 1903.
Eusebius Myndius Philosophus
[Eus.Mynd.] Ed. F. W. A. Mullach, FPG iii p. 7.
Eustathius Episcopus Thessalonicensis
[Eust.] xii CE Commentarii ad Homeri Iliadem et Odysseam, ad fidem exempli Romani
[editi], 7 vols., Leipzig 1825-30. See also Dionysius Periegeta.
Eustathius Epiphaniensis Historicus
[Eust.Epiph.] v CE Ed. L. Dindorf, HGM i p. 354.
Eustratius Philosophus
[Eustr.] xi/xii CE in APo. = in Analyticorum Posteriorum librum secundum com- mentarium, ed. M. Hayduck (Comm. in Arist. Graeca xxi pars i), Berlin 1907. in EN = in Ethica Nicomachea commentaria, ed. G. Heylbut (Comm. in Arist. Graeca xx), Berlin 1892.
Euthycles Comicus
[Euthycl.] Ed. T. Kock, CAF i p. 805.
Eutocius Mathematicus
[Eutoc.] vi CE Commentarii in Archimedem et Apollonium Pergaeum (qq. v.).
Eutolmius Epigrammaticus
[Eutolm.] vi CE v. Anthologia Graeca.
Eutychianus Historicus
[Eutych.] iv CE Ed. L. Dindorf, HGM i p. 365.
Evenus Elegiacus
[Even.] v BCE Ed. T. Bergk, PLG ii p. 269.
Ezekiel Poeta Judaeus
[Ezek.] ii BCE Exag. = Exagoge, ed. K. Kuiper, Mnemosyne xxviii (1900) p. 237.