Seneca (the Younger)


Editions
  • Opera quae supersunt, vol. 1.1 [Dialogorum libros XII], ed. E. Hermes (Leipzig: Teubner, 1905) [link]; vol. 1.2 [De Beneficiis; De Clementia], ed. C. Hosius (Leipzig: Teubner, 1900) [link ]; vol. 2 [Nat. Quaest.], ed. A. Gercke (Leipzig: Teubner, 1907) [link ]; suppl. [Apocolocyntosis; frags.; etc.], ed. F. Haase (Leipzig: Teubner, 1902) [link ]
  • Opera quae supersunt, ed. F. Haase, vol. 1 [Dialogi; Epigrammata; Apocolocyntosis; De Clementia] (Leipzig: Teubner, 1898) [link ]; (Leipzig: Teubner, 1881) [link ]; vol. 2 [De Beneficiis; Nat. Quaest.] (Leipzig: Teubner, 1877) [link ]; (Leipzig: Teubner, 1862) [link ]; vol. 3 [Epistulae Morales; fragmenta & misc.] (Leipzig: Teubner, 1886) [link ]; (Leipzig: Teubner, 1878) [link ]

  • Ad Lucilium Epistolae morales, ed. J. Schweighaeuser, vol. 1 [1-89] (Strassburg, 1809) [link]; vol. 2 [90-124] (Strassburg, 1809) [link]
  • Epistulae morales selectae (für den Schulgebrauch), ed. G. Hess, vol. 1 (Gotha, 1890) [link]
  • Lettres à Lucilius I-XVI, ed. R. Thamin and L. Levrault (Paris, 1897) [link ]
  • Ad Lucilium Epistolae morales I-XVI, ed. P. D. Bernier, 2nd ed. (Paris, 1896) [link]

  • Selected Essays of Seneca and the Satire on the Deification of Claudius, ed. A. P. Ball (New York, 1907) [link ]

  • Dialogorum libros XII ad codicem praecipue Ambrosianum, ed. M. C. Gertz (Copenhagen, 1886) [link];
  • Dialogorum libri duodecim, ed. H. A. Koch and J. Vahlen (Ulm, 1884) [link]

  • Seneca's Tragedies, with tr. by F. J. Miller, LCL, vol. 2 [Agamemnon; Thyestes; Hercules Oetaeus; Phoenissae; Octavia] (London, 1917) [link ]
  • Tragoediae, ed. R. Peiper and G. Richter, 2nd ed. (Leipzig: Teubner, 1902) [link]; [1st ed.] (Leipzig: Teubner, 1867) [link ]
  • Tragoediae, ed. F. Leo, vol. 1 [Observationes Criticae: TOC p. 225] (Berlin, 1878) [link ]
  • Tragoediae, ed. T. Baden, part 1 (Leipzig, 1821) [link ]; part 2 (Leipzig, 1821) [link ]
  • Tragoediae, ed. Gronovius (Amsterdam, 1662) [link ]
  • Three Tragedies of Seneca: Hercules Furens, Troades, Medea, ed. with notes H. McMaster Kingery (New York, 1909) [link ]
  • Medea, ed. with notes H. McMaster Kingery, rev. ed. (Crawfordsville, 1900) [link]
  • Hercules Furens, ed. C. Beck (Boston, 1845) [link ]

  • Octavia: A Play Attributed to Seneca, ed. R. Ferri (Cambridge, 2003) [limited preview ]

  • (Apocolocyntosis:) Petronii Saturae et Liber Priapeorum; adiectae sunt Varronis et Senecae saturae similesque reliquiae, ed. F. Buecheler, 4th ed. (Berlin, 1904) [link]

Translations
  • The Epistles of Lucius Annaeus Seneca with Large Annotations, wherein, particularly, the Tenets of the Antient Philosophers are Contrasted with the Divine Precepts of the Gospel with Regard to the Moral Duties of Mankind, by T. Morell, vol. 1 (London, 1786) [link]; vol. 2 (London, 1786) [link]

  • On Benefits, tr. T. Lodge (London, 1899) [link]
  • On Benefits, tr. A. Stewart (London, 1887) [link ]
  • Minor Dialogues, together with the Dialogue on Clemency, tr. A. Stewart (London, 1889) [link ]

  • Seneca's Tragedies, with tr. by F. J. Miller, LCL, vol. 2 [Agamemnon; Thyestes; Hercules Oetaeus; Phoenissae; Octavia] (London, 1917)
  • The Tragedies of Seneca, tr. F. J. Miller (Chicago, 1907) [link ]
  • The Tragedies of Seneca, tr. E. I. Harris (London, 1904) [link ]
  • The Ten Tragedies of Seneca, tr. W. Bradshaw (London, 1902) [link ]

  • Apocolocyntosis, tr. W. H. D. Rouse [with Petronius, tr. Heseltine] [Latin text of Buecheler], LCL (London, 1913) [link ]

Studies
  • R. M. Gummere, Seneca the Philosopher and His Modern Message, Our Debt to Greece and Rome 1 (Boston, 1922) [link]
  • A. Pais, Il teatro di L. Annaeus Seneca (Turin, 1890) [link ]
  • H. Hilgenfeld, L. Annaei Senecae Epistulae morales quo ordine et quo tempore sint scriptae collectae editae (Leipzig, 1890) [link]