Blegen Classification System

January 2007

A: Bibliography, History of Philology, Encyclopaedias, etc.

AA: Bibliography-manuals

AB: Bibliography-serials

AC: Catalogues of libraries

AE: Classical influences

AF: History of philology and archaeology

AG: Bibliography of philologists and archaeologists

AH: History of societies and institutions

AI: Congresses-Proceedings

  • 10-Prehistoric Aegean 15- Cyclades 20- Crete 25- Mycenaeans 30- Cyprus 35- Near Eastern 37- Turkey 40- Persia 45- Palestine/Biblical Archaeology/Phoenicians 50- Africa 60- Europe 70- Italy 85- Balkans/Thrace 100- Classical Archaeology/Greece 110- Greek Sites/Regional Studies 150- Ancient Society 163- Classical Studies 183- Philosophy 187- Ancient Science 190- Papyrology/Epigraphy 199- Architecture 210- Numismatics 218- Mosaics/Painting 224- Pottery 231- Seals/Glass/Ivory/Silver 235- Sculpture/Bronzes 244- Religion 255- Roman Studies 270- Byzantine 299- Scientific Studies

AK: Method and value of philological and archaeological studies

AR: Classical encyclopaedias

AS: Collections of monographs on Greece

AT: Classical encyclopaedias–alphabetical

AU: Prosopographia

AX: Practical guides

  • 10- General introductions to archaeology 20- Archaeological field technique 30- Archaeological method, general 40- Archaeological interpretation 60- Environmental archaeology 70- Historical archaeology 80- Social archaeology 90- Spatial analysis 300- Conservation- general 320- Building and stone conservation 330- Wall painting and mosaic conservation 340- Clay and ceramic conservation 350- Metal conservation 370- Museology 380- Archival studies 500- Dating techniques 510- Dendrochronology 520- Radiocarbon dating 530- Thermoluminescent dating 540- Uranium dating 550- Archaeomagnetic dating 560- Hydration dating 900- Internet

AY: Laws concerning antiquities

AZ: War losses

B History

BA: Universal history

BC: History of antiquity (sources, bibliography, chronology, etc.)

  • 1- Chronologies 10- Sources

BD: History of antiquity

  • 1- History of antiquity, general 25- Prehistory, general 28- Greece and the East 30- Mediterranean area

BE: History of the Near East and Egypt

  • 20- Phoenicia 25- Egypt 44- Chaldaea 45- Assyria 50- Persia 55- Palestine 62- Hittites and Turkey (all periods) 70- Ionia 73- Roman Turkey 75- By area, alphabetically 81- Parthia 85- India and Bactria 97- Sumer and Cyprus

BF: History of Greece (sources, bibliography, chronology)

BH: History of Greece (from earliest times)

BI: History of Greece (prehistoric)


BJ: History of Greece (to end of Persian Wars)

  • 10- Colonization 25- Greeks in Ionia 29- Prehistory and Archaic 30- Archaic 35- Persian Wars 40- Battles

BK: History of Greece (to end of Peloponnesian War and 4th cent. B.C.)

  • 10- General 15- Leagues 20- Peloponnesian War, general 25- Peloponnesian War, details 50- 4th cent. B.C., general 54- 4th cent. B.C., details 60- Philip II of Macedonia 65- Philip and Alexander 70- Alexander the Great

BL: History of Greece (Hellenistic and Roman)

  • 10- Hellenistic period, general 100- Greece under Romans 110- Achaean league 114- Individuals

BM: History of Greece–special localities

  • 10- General 25- Megaris 30- Boeotia 50- Locris 60- Phocis 80- Malis 90- Doris 100- Locris Ozolis 120- Aetolia 140- Acarnania 160- Thessalia 180- Dolopia 200- Epirus 250- Macedonia, general 255- Macedonia, prehistoric 257- Macedonia, Archaic and Classical 260- Macedonia, Hellenistic 270- Macedonia, Diadochen 275- Macedonia, Diadochen, individuals 280- Macedonia, Roman period 285- Macedonia, sites 300- Chalcidiki, general 310- Chalkidiki, sites

BN: History of Attica and Athens

  • 10- General 50- Aegina 60- Salamis 80- Piraeus 150- Athens, general 170- Athens, archaic 185- Athens, archaic, individuals 200-Athens, classical 205- Oligarchy of 30 230- Individuals 250- Athens, 4th cent. 260- Athens, 4th cent., leagues 268- Athens, 4th cent., individuals 275- Athens, Hellenistic 290- Athens, Roman

BO: History of Peloponnese

  • 10- General 30- Corinthia 50- Argolid 80- Laconia 100- Messenia 120- Elis 150- Arcadia 180- Achaia

BP: History of Ionian/Aegaean Islands

  • 10- Ionian, general 20- Corfu 25- Ithaka 27- Lefkas 30- Kephallenia 33- Zakynthos

100- Aegean, general

  • 130- Euboia 150- Cyclades 160- Delos 170- Santorini 180- Miscellaneous 210- Kythera 230- Crete 280- Dodecanese 300- Sporades 330- Samos 335- Chios 340- Skyros 345- Skopelos/ Skiathos 350- Lesbos 370- Lemnos 380- Samothrace 390- Thasos

BQ: History of Balkans

  • 10- Balkans, general 30- Illyria/ Dalmatia (Yugoslavia) 50- Pannonia (Hungary) 60- Poland 70- Moesia (Romania) 75- Danube (Dacia) 90- Thrace (Bulgaria) 150- Black Sea 160- Scythia 170- North coast of Black Sea 180- S. Russia/ Cimmeria 200- Armenia

BR: History of Greece (from end of antiquity). Sources, chronology, etc.

BT: History of Greece (from end of antiquity). Special localities

BU: History of Greece (since outbreak of War of Independence)

BV: “Kulturgeschichte:” middle ages and modern

BW: Modern Greek customs and beliefs compared with those of antiquity

BX: History of Rome

  • 1-49 Roman history 50-59 Early history of Rome 60- Rome and the Mediterranean¬. The rise of Rome 61- 3rd century B.C. 62-64 Era of the Punic Wars 90- Roman Republic 100- 150- people, battles, arranged chronologically 200- Roman Empire, general 250- 260-           265- people 350- Late antiquity 360- People

BY: History of Italy (exclusive of Rome)

  • 100- Sicily

BZ: History–Miscellany

  • 47.10- Spain

C Geography, Topography, Excavations, Monuments, etc.

CA: Geography, etc.–bibliography, sources, history

CB: Geography, etc.–dictionaries and handbooks

CC: Atlases and maps

CD: Guidebooks

CE: Geography and history

CF: Travels in several countries, not including Greece

CG: Travels in several countries including Greece. Travels in Greece

CH: Travels etc. in N. and W. Greece (excluding Attica, including Epeiros)

  • 10- General 25- Megaris 30- Boeotia 50- Locris 60- Phokis 80- Malis 90- Doris 100- Locris Ozolis 120- Aetolia 140- Acarnania 160- Thessalia 180- Dolopia 200- Epirus

CI: Topography etc. of Attica (except Athens)

  • 10- General 30- Daphne 50- Hymettus 70- Penteli 100- Demes, individually 150- Sites

CJ: Topography, monuments etc. of Athens

CK: Acropolis of Athens and its Monuments

CL: Topography of Athens (special discussions)

CM: Monuments of Athens (except those of the Acropolis)

CN: Peloponnese, in general (travels and topography)

CO: Peloponnese, special districts and sites–topography, excavations, etc.

  • 10- General 30- Corinthia 50- Argolid 80- Laconia 100- Messenia 120- Elis 150- Arcadia 180- Achaia 190- Castles

CP: Ionian Islands

  • 10- General 30- Corfu 60- Ithaka 80- Kephallenia 100- Zakynthos

CQ: Aegean Islands

  • 10- General 30- Euboia 50- Cyclades
    • 60- Delos 70- Santorini 80- Miscellaneous

    110- Kythera
    130- Crete
    180- Dodecannese
    200- Sporades
    230- Samos
    235- Chios
    240- Skyros
    245- Skopelos, Skiathos
    250- Lesbos
    270- Lemnos
    280- Samothrace
    290- Thasos
    350- Cyprus

CR: Travels

  • 30- Macedonia 70- Illyria 120- Thrace 150- Moesia 160- North and West of Black Sea

CS: Turkey

  • 10- Asia 30- Asia Minor, General 60- Mysia 80- Lydia 100- Caria 120- Bithynia 140- Phrygia 160- Pisidia, Pamphylia 180- Lycia 200- Paphlagonia 220- Galatia 240- Lycaonia 260- Cilicia 280- Pontus 300- Cappadocia 340- Urartu and Eastern Turkey 370- Turkmen

CT: Syria, Persia, India

  • 10- Orient, general 20- Syria, general 30- Syria, sites 150- Iraq, Mesopotamia–general 160- Iraq, Mesopotamia–sites 200- Persia, general 210- Persia, sites 250- Afghanistan 280- Pakistan and India

CU: Egypt, North Africa

  • 10- Egypt, general 20- Egypt, sites 100- North Africa, general 110- Libya 145- Tunisia 175- Algeria 195- Morocco 250- Zimbabwe

CV: Italy, Sicily, Malta

  • 10- General 30- Southern Italy 40- Malta 50- Sicily 70- Bruttium, Lucania 80- Calabria, Apulia 90- Campania 108- Central Italy 110- Latium 120- Rome 160- Samnium 170- Picenum 180- Umbria 190- Etruria 300- The North 310- Aemilia 320- Venetia 330- Transpadana 340- Liguria 350- Sardinia 360- Corsica

CW: Northern and Western Europe

  • 10- France, General 20- France, Sites 60- Belgium, Holland 80- Spain, General 85- Spain, northern sites 120- Spain, southern sites 200- Scandinavia     210- Switzerland 230- Germany, general 235- Rhineland 270- Bayern 300- Austria                                                                                                                                                                                             350- Hungary 390- Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland 400- Britain 480- Wales

CX: Physical Geography, Geology, Climatology

  • 135- Limestone 140- Marble 160- Lapis lazuli 200- Sedimentology 210- Soils 220- Clastic sedimentology 250- Geomorphology/ sea level changes 260- Rivers and lakes 280- Speleology 290- Earthquakes 300- Volcanos 350- Paleoenvironments

CY: Underwater Archaeology

CZ: Botany and Zoology

  • 1- Botany 27- Wood and trees 35- Paleobotany 39- Pollen 40- Zoology 100- Taphonomy 150- Fossils 200- Shells

 

D Ethnology, Ethnography, Prehistoric Archaeology, etc.

DA: Ethnology

DC: Ethnography of the Balkans

DD: Anthropology

  • 1- Anthropology 11- Physical Anthropology, general 20- Bone Chemistry and Histology 25- Dental Anthropology 30- Bioarchaeology 50- Human Population Variation 70- Growth and Development

DE: Prehistoric and Primitive Civilization, general

  • 10- Introductory books on prehistory 20- Prehistoric economics 25- Hunters and gatherers 30- Origins of agriculture 35- Domestication of plants and animals 40- Prehistoric exchange systems 50- Prehistoric technologies 60- Lithics 70- Palaeolithic period 80- Neolithic period 90- Bronze Age 100- Iron Age

DH: Primitive Art

DJ: Special discussions in European Archaeology

DK: Prehistoric Archaeology of Greece

DM: Eastern Aegean, Sea Peoples, Egypt, Cyprus

DN: The Near Eastern

DO: New World

DQ: Miscellaneous

E Archaeology of Art, etc.

EA: Archaeology of art, systematically treated

EB: Aesthetics

EC: “Style” and Ornament

ED: Artistic anatomy etc.

EF: History of art–especially in antiquity, various countries

EG: Collections of Art Monuments–various periods

EH: Oriental and Egyptian art

EI: Greek art–literary sources, etc.

EK: History of Greek and Greco-Roman art

EM: Greek art–history and discussion of special periods

EN: Greek art–special topics

EO: Greek and Roman art–subject matter of monuments

EP: Iconography

EQ: Catalogues of collections of various objects

ER: Illustrations of various works of art–special collections

ES: Illustrations of various works of art–miscellaneous

ET:

EU: Miscellaneous on Greek art

EV: Etruscan art–history and monuments

EW: Roman art

EX: Byzantine and medieval art–history and monuments

EY: Post-medieval art

EZ: Art miscellany

F Architecture

FA: History of architecture–various countries

FB: Archaic architecture

FC: Orders, etc.–drawings for students of architecture

FD: Greek architecture–history and principles

FE: Architectural refinements

FF: Architectural refinements–special details

FG: Doric

FH: Ionic

FJ: Walls and fortresses

FK: Temples

FM: Theatres

FN: Gymnasia, etc.

FO: Dwelling houses

FP: City plans, etc.

FQ: Miscellaneous on Greek architecture

FR: Roman Architecture

FV: Basilicas

FW: Miscellaneous on Roman architecture

FX: Byzantine, Romanesque architecture

FY: Other architecture

FZ: Engineering in antiquity

G Sculpture

GA: History of sculpture, especially in antiquity

GB: Babylonian, Assyrian, Egyptian sculpture

GC: Greek and Roman sculpture–literary sources

GD: Greek and Roman sculpture–history

GE: Greek and Roman sculpture–special periods and schools

GF: Greek and Roman sculpture–artists

GH: Greek and Roman sculpture–reliefs

GI:

GJ: Greek and Roman sculpture–building decoration

GK: Greek and Roman sculpture–quasi-architectural

GL: Greek and Roman sculpture–single works

GN: Greek and Roman sculpture–miscellaneous

GO: Greek and Roman sculpture–subjects

GQ: Greek and Roman sculpture–polychromy

GR: Greek and Roman sculpture–material, technique, etc.

GS: Sculpture catalogues–several collections

GT: Sculpture catalogues–single collections

GU: Catalogues of casts of Greek and Roman sculpture

GV: Greek and Roman sculpture–reproductions

GW: Greek and Roman sculpture–reproductions of special classes of objects

GX: Greek and Roman sculpture–reproductions of single collections

GY: Etruscan sculpture

GZ: Sculpture, miscellaneous

H Terracottas, Gems, Ivory, Glass, etc.

HA: Terracotta statuettes–various countries, esp. Greece

HC: Terracotta statuettes–form

HD: Terracotta stattuettes–use and significance

HF: Terracotta statuettes–catalogues of collections

HH: Terracotta statuettes–reproductions

HJ: Terracotta–miscellaneous

HK: Architectural terracottas

HO: Glyptic–Greek and Roman gems and cameos

HP: Glyptic–Oriental and Egyptian

HR: Glyptic–Cretan and Mycenaean

HS: Glyptic–Catalogues of collections

HT: Glyptic–Reproductions

HV: Ivories

HX: Ancient glass

I Jewelry, Bronzes, Metalwork in general

IB: Metal-work in Russia, China, and India

IC: Goldsmith’s work

ID: Jewelry–general

IG:

IH: Greek bronzes–discussions

II: Roman bronzes

IJ: Etruscan mirrors and bronzes (not collections)

IK: Roman utensils, etc.

IM: Metal work, Miscellaneous

IN: Catalogues of bronzes, etc.

IO:

IP:

J Painting, Ceramics, Mosaic

JA: History of painting, especially in antiquity

JB: Technique of painting

JD: Miscellaneous on painting in antiquity

JE: Special subjects represented

JF: Pompeian wall-painting

JG: Etruscan painting

JH: Medieval Painting

JI: Byzantine Painting

JJ: Catalogues of collections of paintings

JK: Vase-painting and pottery, especially in Greece

JL: Ceramics by classes in roughly historical order

JM: Ceramics–books dealing with more than one class of pottery

JN: Ceramics–technique, shape and decoration

JO: Amphora handles

JP: Ceramics–inscriptions on vases

JQ: Ceramics–vases by individual artists

JR: Vase-painting–subject matter

JT: Vases–catalogues of collections

JU: Vase-paintings–reproductions, general

JV: Vase-paintings–reproductions, special

JW: Vase-paintings–reproductions, vases in single museums

JX: Ancient lamps

JY: Textiles

JZ: Mosaics

K Numismatics

KA: Numismatics–general

KB: Numismatics–general by localities

KD: Numismatics–Near East and Asia

KF: Numismatics–Greek and Roman

KG: Numismatics–Greek in general

KH: Numismatics–Greek by localities

KI: Numismatics–Greek and Roman, special discussions

KJ: Numismatics–Greek and Roman, stamped and inscribed objects

KL: Numismatics–Roman

KM: Numismatics–Roman, by localities

KN: Numismatics–Medieval, other than Byzantine

KO: Numismatics–Byzantine

KP: Numismatics–Turkish

KQ: Numismatics–Modern Greek

KR: Numismatics–general collections

KS: Numismatic collections–Greek and Roman

KT: Numismatic collections–Greek

KU: Numismatic collections–Roman

KV: Numismatic collections, special (other than Greek and Roman)

KW: Numismatics–sale catalogues

KX: Numismatics–miscellaneous

KY: Numismatics–subject matter of representations

L Religion, etc.

LA: Religion–lexica and introductory

LB: Religion of various countries and comparative–general

LC: Comparative religion, special

LD: Greek Religion

LE: Greek Religion–art representations

LF: Greek cults–locality considered

LG: Cults and special aspects of single divinities

LH: Cults of single gods, with art representations

LI: Other mythological conceptions

LJ: Other mythological conceptions, with art representations

LK: Special scenes of myth in art representations

LL: Roman Religion

LM: Roman cults–locally considered

LN: Roman cults, etc.–single divinities

LO: Roman Religion–other conceptions

LP: Etruscan Religion

LT: Theology

LU: Future life, etc.

LW: Christianity, Judaism, etc.

LX: Christianity–special investigations

LZ: Religion–Miscellaneous

 

M Social and Legal History, Private and Public Life, Religion, etc.

MA: Social and cultural history–oriental and Egyptian

MB: Social and cultural history–Greek and Roman

  • 1- The ancient city 3- Culture and society 21- Government 37- Law

MC: Social and cultural history–Greek

  • 1- General 15- The Greeks 20- Cultural history 30- Hellenistic culture 35- Civilization

MD: Social and cultural history–Roman

ME: Greek constitutional and legal history, general

MF: Greek constitutional and legal history, special

MG: Athenian constitutional history

MH: Athenian law

MI: Spartan constitutional history

MJ: Military and naval history

MK: Gender studies, daily life, Greek and Roman society (general)

ML: Costume, education, etc.

MM: Trade, professions, etc.

  • 1- Economics 15- Rents 20- Technology 30- Metallurgy 36- Marble quarrying 37- Oil, salt 38- Tools and gadgets 39- Crafts 41- Commerce 47- Workshops and industry 49- Banks 51- Business, social and economic history 62- Pharmacies 63- Medicine 72- Specialized medicine/ illnesses 75- Food/ cuisine 79- Veternary medicine 80- Looms and cloth 85- Farming/ country life

MN: Slavery

MO: Athletics, public games, etc.

MP: Greek and Roman theatre, spectacles

MQ: Religion and cults–general

MR: Religion and cults–objects and ritual

MS: Temple officials and temple organization

MT: “Mysteries” and religious associations

MU: Festivals: the calendar

MV: Divination and oracles

MW: Astronomy and Astrology

MX: Metrology and Chronology

MY: Population, etc.

MZ: Antiquities–Miscellaneous

  • 4- Musical instruments and music 9- Mathematics 10- Geometry 13- Science 43- Telegraphing 45- Libraries 81- Magic 91- Gardens and plants 93- Perfumes and spices 95- Beekeeping 96- Food supplies 98- Wine 99- Oil mills, grain mills, water mills 106- Leather working 107- Forestry, woodworking 110- Grains, papyrus 114- Animals 119- Travel

N Language

N: Comparative philology, etc.

NA: Comparative grammar of Indo-European languages and of Greek

NB: Collected works on Indo-European grammar

NC: Greek grammar

ND: Greek grammar–pronunciation and accent

NE: Greek grammar–phonology

NF: Greek grammar–morphology

NG: Greek grammar–syntax

NH: Greek grammar–composition, etc.

NI: Greek grammar–dialects

NJ: Greek grammar–various on Greek dialects

NK: Greek grammar–“koine” and “atticismus”

NL: Etymology of Greek

NM: Greek and lexicography

NN: Semantics, studies of individual words

NO: Greek orthography

NP: Linguistic studies

NQ: Metrics and music (esp. Greek)

NS: Post-classical languages of the Near East

NT: Etruscan language

NU: Latin grammar

NV: Latin etymology, etc.

NX: Latin lexicography–special

NY: Greek and Latin languages–miscellany

NZ: Egyptian language and other non-Indo-European languages of antiquity

O Modern Greek, Albanian, etc.

OA: Modern Greek–grammars

OB: Modern Greek–handbooks

OC: Modern Greek–dialogues, etc.

OE: Modern Greek–dialects

OF: Modern Greek grammar–miscellany

OH: Modern Greek in relation to ancient Greek

OK: Albanian language

ON: Various other modern languages

P Literature and Philosophy

PA: History of literature–Greek, Latin, Byzantine, etc.

PB: History of Greek literature

PC: Criticism, etc. of Greek literature

PD: Investigations of special form of Greek literature

PF: Greek literature–special investigations

PH: Greek literature–miscellany

PI: Latin literature

PJ: Studies in Greek and Latin literature, comparisons, etc.

PL: History of Byzantine and modern Greek literature

PN: History of Turkish literature

PO: Philosophy–general, including ancient

PP: Greek philosophy–sources

PR: Greek philosophy–special investigations and discussions

PV: Greek philosophy–ethics

PW: Greek philosophy–miscellany

PX: Greek and Roman education, etc.

PY: Greek and Roman thought and culture

PZ: Greek and Roman thought and modern civilization

Q Epigraphy and Palaeography

QA: Epigraphy–alphabet, inscriptions in pre-Greek characters

QB: Greek epigraphy–bibliography, etc.

QC: Greek epigraphy–handbooks

QD: Greek epigraphy–special discussions

QE: Greek epigraphy–corpora of inscriptions

QF: Greek epigraphy–inscriptions in particular museums

QG: Inscriptions from particular localities

QH: Collections of dialect inscriptions

QI: Collections of inscriptions, chiefly on basis of content

QJ: Epigrams, etc.

QK: Discussions of particular classes of inscriptions

QL: Single inscriptions with commentary

QN: Greek epigraphy–miscellany

QO: Epigraphy–inscriptions in Greek and other languages, especially Latin

QP: Epigraphy–single bilingual inscriptions with commentaries

QQ: Epigraphy–single inscriptions other than Greek, especially Latin

QR: Latin epigraphy

QS: Latin epigraphy–collection of Inscriptions

QT: Epigraphy and inscriptions of Italic dialects

QU: Books, etc. in antiquity

QV: Papyri–paleography, etc.

QW: Papyri, etc.–collections

QX: Manuscripts

QY: Books, etc. in middle ages

QZ: Greek and Latin paleography, including miscellaneous facsimiles of mss.

R Greek authors

R: Greek authors, Classic and Byzantine

PROSE and POETRY

  • 1- Anthologies 2- Special topics (e.g. Greek humor)

PROSE

  • 6- Biography 12- Letters 14- Love 16- Geography 18- Farming 20- Veterinary medicine 22- History 23- Hellenica Oxyrh. 24- Acta Alexandrinorum 28- Byzantine History 29- Law 31- Lexica, etymologia 32- Grammar 33- Rhetoric and Poetics (i.e. books about style and literature) 34- Orators 36- Meter and Music 37- War 38- Metrology 40- Physiognomy 42- Myths 43- Medicine 44- Botany and Zoology 45- Natural Sciences (math, physics etc.) 46- Paradoxographi, wonders, miracles 47- Dreams 48- Proverbs 49- Doxographi 50- Philosophy general by period
    • 50.100- pre-Socratic 50.200- ca. 400 B.C. 50.300- after ca. 350 B.C.

    50.600- the Academy
    50.700- Cyrenaics
    50.800- the Stoa
    50.900- Sophistic movement

    • 51- Religion 57- Anthologies 58- Bucolic

    60- Comedy
    61- Satyr plays
    64- Epic and Pseudo-epic
    72- Lyric
    73- Elegiac
    74- Iambic and Choliambic
    75- Melic
    84- Tragedy
    89- Epigram
    90- Anthologia Graeca
    poetry by period

    • 92.600- Alexandrian 92.800- Roman 92.900- Byzantine

    94- Bible

    • /1- English text, complete or partial /2- Latin text, complete or partial /3- Greek text of OT /12-14- Greek text of NT /15- Lexica /16- general on the Bible /17- general on the OT /30- general of the NT /31-57- separate books of the NT, 1 number per book

    98- other texts relating to the Bible, Christianity etc.
    99- Loeb Classical Library
    100- Les Belles Lettres (Budé)

RA:

RA 15: Aeschylus

  • /1-12- Complete texts /14-15- Oresteia /21-26-Agamemnon /28-31- Choephori /32-36- Eumenides /38-39- Persae /40-49- Prometheus vinctus /55-58- Septem contra Thebas /59- Supplices /60- Fragments, lost /61-63- Scholia /72- Lexica etc. /73- general

RA 96: Aristophanes

  • /1-16- Complete texts /21-23- Acharnenses /25- Aves /27- Ecclesiazousae /28-30- Equites /31-33- Nubes /34- Lysistrata /36-37- Ranae /39- Pax /42- Plutus /44-45- Vespae /46- Thesmophoriazusae /51-54- Scholia /59-60- Lexica etc. /65- General

RA 99: Aristotle

  • /1-3- General /4-5- Lost works, fragments etc.
    • COLLECTIONS INDIVIDUAL
      • 5- De Philosophia 5.100- Protrepticus 5.200- Peri phones 5.300- Eudemus

    /6-12- Poetics and Rhetoric
    /13-14- Ethics

    • 13- Ethica Magna 13.500- Ethica Eudemia 14- Ethica Nicomachea and Ethics in general

    /15-18- Psychological and Philosophical

    • 15- Metaphysica 16- De anima 17- Parva naturalia 18- De lineis insecabilibus

    /20-25- Political

    • 20-21-Politica 23-34- Athenaion politeia 35- Oeconomica

    /37-39- Logic

    • 37- Categoriae 38- Topica 38.500- De Interpretatione 39- Analytica 39.500- De sophisticis elenchis

    /41-49- Natural Science

    • 41- Physica 42- De caelo 43- De generatione et corruptione 44- Meteorologica 45- De animalium historia 46- De animalium partibus 47- De animalium generatione 48- De animalium incessu 49- Miscellaneous works on natural science, as listed in the Bible

    /57- Scholia
    /58- Lexica etc.
    /59- General works

RE 38: Euripides

  • /1-12- Complete texts /18- Alcestis /20- Andromache /21- Bacchae /22- Cyclops /23- Electra /24- Hecuba /25- Helena /26- Heraclidae /27- Heracles /28- Hippolytus /29- Ion /30- Iphigenia in Aulide /33- Iphigenia in Tauris /34- Medea /35- Rhesus /36- Orestes /37- Phoenissae /38- Supplices /39- Troades /43- collected Fragments /44-50- fragments of individual plays /51-53- Scholia /60- Lexica /63- General

RH 45: Herodotus

  • /1-21- Complete texts, commentaries /22- Individual “Book 1” /23- Individual “Book 2” /24- Individual “Book 3” /25- Individual “Book 4” /26- Individual “Book 5” /27- Individual “Book 6” /28- Individual “Book 7” /29- Individual “Book 8” /30- Individual “Book 9” /32-36- Translations, with little or no comment /38- Lexica, etc. /39- General

RH 49: Hesiod

  • /1-14- General texts /16- Opera et dies /17-19- Theogonia /20- Scutum /21- Certamen Homeri et Hediodi /22- Fragments, collected /23- Fragments of individual works: Melampodie /24- Catalogus feminarum /28-29- Scholia /30- Lexica /31- General

RH 65: Homer

  • ILIAD
    • /1-11- General texts (except trans.) /12-22- Individual books in order /18-20- Catalogue of ships

    ODYSSEY

    • /23-30- general texts (except translations) /31-35- individual books in order /36- OPERA OMNIA

    MINOR WORKS

    • /37- Hymns /38- to Apollo /38.1000- to Demeter /38.2000- to Hermes /38.3000- to Aphrodite /39- Margites /39.1000- Batrachomyomachia /39.2000- Epigrammata /39.3000- Minor works, complete

    SCHOLIA

    • /40-41- to the Iliad /42- to the Odyssey /44-45- books about the scholia /46- Ancient criticism; history of the text /47-54- Lexica /55-63- Language (other than lexica)

    TRANSLATIONS

    • /66- complete /67- Iliad only /68- Odyssey only 75- General

RM 5: Menander

  • /1-5- Complete plays, texts etc. /6- Individual plays, by Greek title /50- Gnomai

RP 62: Plato

  • /1-9 General texts
    • /10- Lexica /10.8000- Alcibiades I /10.9000- Alcibiades II /11- Apologia Socratis /11.700- Axiochus /13- Charmides /13.1000- Clitophon /13.2000- Cratylus /13.3000- Critias /13.4000- Crito /13.5000- De iusto /13.5500- De virtute /13.6000- Definitiones /13.6500- Demodocus /13.7000- Epigrammata /13.8000- Epistulae /13.9000- Erastae /13.9500- Eryxias /14- Euthydemus /14.5000- Euthyphro /15- Gorgias /15.1000- Hermocrates /15.2000- Hipparchus /15.4000- Hippias maior /15.6000- Hippias minor /15.8000- Io /15.9000- Laches /16- Leges and Epinomis /16.2000- Lysis /16.4000- Menexenus /16.6000- Meno /16.8000- Minos /16.9000- Parmenides /17- Phaedo /18- Phaedrus /18.2000- Phile us /18.4000- Philosophus /18.6000- Politicus /19- Protagoras /23-25- Respublica /25.9000- Sisyphus /26- Sophistes /27- Symposium /30- Theaetetus /35- Theages /43- Timaeus

    /44- Scholia
    /45- General

RP 66: Plutarch

  • /1- General texts /3-7- General lives /21-23- General Moralia /49- Lexica /51- General

S Latin authors

S: Latin authors–collections

  • POETRY and PROSE
    • 1- remains of early Latin 2- general anthologies

    ROMAN LAW

    • 10- before or other than Justinian 11- Justinian 13- post-Justinian 15- Panegyric 16- Oratory and rhetoric 17- Geography 18- Grammar 19- Proverbs 22- History 26- Scriptores Historiae Augustae 30- Mythology 53- Agriculture 54-55- Agrimensores

    POETRY

    • 66- Anthologies (the best…) 78- Carmina ludrica: Pervigilium Veneris, Priapea 80- Drama: tragedy, comedy, mimi, fabulae Atellanae 81- Collections; on the basis of what remains, not of what is best               (fragmenta, reliquiae…) 82- Anthologia Latina 83- Epigrammata Bobiensia 99- Loeb Classical Library 100- Les Belles Lettres (Budé)

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      SA: Alphabetical
      SC 34: Cicero

      • /1-7- General texts ORATIONS
        • /9- general texts and studies /10-55- individual speeches

        RHETORICA

        • /61- general texts and studies /62-69- individual pieces

        PHILOSOPHY

        • /70- general texts and studies /71- individual pieces /95- Letters /99- Fragments and lost works /100- Scholia /101- Lexica /110- General in order of publication

      SP 8: Ovid

      • /1-4- General texts /5- Amores /5.500- Remedia amoris /6- Ars amatoria /6.500- De medicamine faciei /7-9- Heroides /10-14- Fasti /15-19- Metamorphoses /20-21- Tristia /22- Halieutica /23- Ibis /23.500- Epistulae ex Ponto /24- Fragments, lost and spurious /25- Lexica /32- General

      ST 2: Tacitus

      • /1-5- General texts /10- Agricola /12-14- Annales /15-19- Historiae /20-22- Dialogus /24-31- Germania /34- Lexica /35- General

      T Medieval and Modern Greek and Italian Literature

      TA: General Collections

      TD: Romances

      TE: Folk Poetry

      TF: Folk tales, general

      TH: Folk tales, special–according to locality

      TK: Historical works

      TL: Biography

      TM: Modern Greek Literature–Prose

      TN: Modern Greek Literature–Poetry

      TO: Medieval Italian

      U Collected Works

      Collected Works

      V Festschriften

      Festschriften

      W Periodicals

      WA: Periodicals–U.S.A.

      WC: Periodicals–Great Britain etc.

      WD: Periodicals–Holland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, etc.

      WF: Periodicals–Germany (incl. old Arch. Institute)

      WG: Periodicals–Austria, Hungary

      WH: Periodicals–France, Spain and Portugal

      WI: Periodicals–Italy, etc.

      WK: Periodicals–Greece

      WL: Periodicals–Turkey, Bulgaria, Albania, Russia

      WM: Periodicals–Japan

      X Societies, etc.: Reports, Bulletins, etc.

      XA: Societies, etc. (Reports, etc.)–U.S.A.

      XC: Societies–Great Britain

      XD: Societies–Holland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, etc.

      XF: Societies–Germany

      XH: Societies, etc.–France

      XI: Societies, etc.–Italy

      XK: Societies, etc.–Greece

      XM: Societis, etc. - -Russia

      Y Series of Monographs

      YA: Series of Monographs–U.S.A.

      YC: Monographs–Canada

      YD: Monographs–Scandinavia, Low Countries, etc.

      YF: Monographs–Germany

      YG: Monographs–Austria

      YI: Monographs–Italy

      YK:

      YL: Monographs–Miscellaneous

      Z Encyclopaedias and Dictionaries; Miscellaneous

      ZX: Directories

      ZY: Encyclopaedias-general and special

      ZZ: Dictionaries

       

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