Des Archpresbyter Leo (Historia de proeliis), (Erlangen, 1885); Alexander's letter to Aristotle and his correspondence with Dindimus are included in the Teubner edition of Julius Valerius (ed.
Stich in the Teubner series (Leipzig, 1882; 2nd ed., 1903); textual emendations also in Journal of Philology, xxiii.
Friedrich (1889), in the Teubner edition of Cicero's works, and separately by F.
The Greek text has now been definitively edited (with Latin translation, Scholia, &c.) by P. Tannery (Teubner, vol.
(Leipzig, Teubner, 1889).
The Teubner text by Naber is based on this.
Fleckeisen (Teubner, 2nd ed., 1898).
Brieger's numerous contributions in German periodicals and his text in the Teubner series (2nd ed., 1899).
Roos, i., containing the Anabasis (Teubner series, 1907).
The best edition of the text is Wolfflin and Melber (Teubner Series, 1887, with bibliography and editio princeps of the Strategemata of the emperor Leo); annotated editions by Isaac Casaubon (1589) and A.
Aristotle's originality soon asserted itself in early writings, of which fragments have come down to us, and have been collected by Rose (see the Berlin edition of Aristotle's works, or more readily in the Teubner series, which we shall use for our quotations).
Reifferscheid (1839-1878), with Du Cange's valuable commentary; and Teubner series, by A.
A critical edition of all the previously known fables, prepared by Carl von Halm from the collections of Furia, Coray and Schneider, was published in the Teubner series of Greek and Latin texts.
Thalheim (1901, Teubner series, with .bibliography); C. G.
Haury (Teubner Series, 1905); the Gothic War has been edited by D.
Helmreich (Teubner series, 1887).
P. Migne, Patrologia Graeca, c.; edition of the compendia and life by C. de Boor (1880, Teubner series); see also F.
Dindorf's Homer in the Teubner series (1855-1856); Friedlander, Die homerische Kritik von Wolf bis Grote (Berlin, 1853); Nutzhorn, Die Entstehungsweise der homerischen Gedichte, mit Vorwort von J.
Muller's edition of Catullus in the Teubner Series (1870).
Blass in the Teubner series, 1881), which have come down under his name, is disputed.
Pius (Bologna, 1520), and the principal editions since have been those by Barth (1623), P. Burman (1731, in his edition of the minor Latin poets), Wernsdorf (1778, part of a similar collection), Zumpt (1840), and the critical edition by Lucian Muller (Teubner, Leipzig, 1870), and another by Vessereau (1904); also an annotated edition by Keene, with a translation by G.