Author:Floyer Sydenham

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Floyer Sydenham

English scholar of Ancient Greek, in addition to translator of Plato's Dialogues. Thomas Taylor, a fellow contemporary translator, compiled the late Sydenham's translations along with his own to create a complete English translation of Plato's Dialogues


  • Dialogues of Plato
    Io (1759)
    Greater Hippias (1759)
    Banquet, Part I (1761)
    Lesser Hippias (1761)
    Banquet, Part II (1767)
    Meno (1769)
    Rivals (1769)
    First Alcibiades (1773)
    Second Alcibiades (1776)
    Philebus, Part I (1779)
    Philebus, Part II (1780)
  • A dissertation on the doctrines of Heraclitus: so far as it is mentioned, or alluded to, by Plato (1775)
  • Onomasticon theologicum; or, An essay on the divine names, according to the Platonic philosophy (1784)


Works about Sydenham[edit]

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