Plutarch’s Lives (Dryden trans.) vol. 4
Volume 4 of a five volume translation by Dryden.
Plutarch’s Lives. The Translation called Dryden’s. Corrected from the Greek and Revised by A.H. Clough, in 5 volumes (Boston: Little Brown and Co., 1906).
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Table of Contents
- CONTENTS OF VOLUME IV.
- PLUTARCH’S LIVES
- AGESILAUS AND POMPEY
- COMPARISON OF POMPEY AND AGESILAUS.
- ALEXANDER, CÆSAR, PHOCION AND CATO THE YOUNGER
- CATO THE YOUNGER.
- AGIS, CLEOMENES, TIBERIUS GRACCHUS AND CAIUS GRACCHUS
- TIBERIUS AND CAIUS GRACCHUS.
- CAIUS GRACCHUS.
- COMPARISON OF TIBERIUS AND CAIUS GRACCHUS, WITH AGIS AND CLEOMENES.