Author:Aubrey Stewart

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Aubrey Stewart
M.A., late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge


  • (Trans.) Terence's Phormio: with Notes, Lon., 1879, 12mo.
  • (Trans.) T. Macci Plauti Captivi, in English, Lon., 1881, 12mo.
  • (Trans.) Xenophon's CEcumenicus, Lon., 1885, 12mo.
  • (Trans.) Of the Holy Places visited by Antoninus Martyr. Annotated by Col. Sir C. W. Wilson, R.E. (Palestine Pilgrims Text Soc. Pub., No. 1.) Lon., 1885.
  • (Trans.) Of the Buildings of Justinian by Procopius. Annotated by Col. Sir C. W. Wilson and Prof. Hayter Lewis. Map, Plates, and Plan. (Palestine Pilgrims Text Soc. Pub.) Lon., 1886.
  • The Tale of Troy, done into English. (For Children ) Lon., 1886, 12mo.
    "Twelve short chapters, beautifully and simply worded." Acad., xxx. 393.
  • (Trans.) L. Annæus Seneca on Benefits, Lon., 1887, cr. 8vo.
  • (Trans.) Plautus: with Notes, Lon., 1888, 12mo.
  • (trans.) L. Annæus Seneca Minor Dialogs Together with the Dialog On Clemency, London, 1889

With George Long,

  • (trans.) Plutarch's Lives: with Notes and a Life, Lon., 1880-82, 4 vols. 12mo.

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