|←Author Index: Ar||Aristophanes
(c. 446 BCE – c. 386 BCE)
|Greek Wikisourceforemost writer of Athenian Old Comedy; see the Greek text at|
- Acharnians (425 BCE)
- Knights (424 BCE)
- Clouds (423 BCE, revised c. BCE)
- Wasps (422 BCE)
- Peace (421 BCE, 1st ed.)
- Peace, pub. by the Athenian Society (1912)
- Birds (414 BCE)
- Lysistrata (411 BCE)
- Lysistrata, pub. by the Athenian Society (1912)
- Thesmophoriazusae (c. 410 BCE, 1st ed.)
- The Thesmophoriazusæ, pub. by the Athenian Society (1912)
- Frogs (405 BCE)
- Ecclesiazusae "Assemblywomen" (c. 392 BCE)
- Plutus "Wealth" (388 BCE, revised ed.)
- Plutus, pub. by the Athenian Society (1912)
- The Comedies of Aristophanes, 2 vols., trans. C. A. Wheelwright (1837)
- The Comedies of Aristophanes, 2 vols., trans. William James Hickie (1853). (part of Bohn's Classical Library)
- Vol. I
- Vol. II
- The Comedies of Aristophanes, edited, translated, and explained, 6 vols., trans. Benjamin Bickley Rogers (1902–1916)
- Aristophanes: The Eleven Comedies, trans. anonymously, (1912). (published by the Athenian Society; presumed to be the work of Oscar Wilde)
- The Comedies of Aristophanes. viz: The Clouds, Plutus, The Frogs, The Birds, trans. Cumberland, Fielding, Dunster, and Bail, (1812)
- The Comedies of Aristophanes, 2 vols., (4 plays) trans. T. Mitchell (1820–1822)
- The Acharnians, Knights, Wasps, and Birds of Aristophanes, translated into English prose, trans. by J. W. Warter (1830)
- The Comedies of Aristophanes, 3 vols. [only vol. I published], (3 plays) trans. Benjamin Dann Walsh (1837)
- The Acharnians, and two other Plays of Aristophanes, trans. John Hookham Frere,  (1909). (Everyman's edition; includes Acharnians, Knights, Birds)
- Eight Comedies of Aristophanes, translated into rhymed metres, trans. Leonard-Hampson Rudd (1867)
Works about AristophanesEdit
- “Aristophanes”, by George Edward Lynch Cotton in Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, 1870.
- "Aristophanes", by John Henry Wright, in Masterpieces of Greek Literature (1902)
On his worksEdit
- Aristophanes, by William Lucas Collins, 1872. (abridged versions of the plays, with comments)
- "Comedy: Aristophanes", Chapter XIII. in A History of Ancient Greek Literature by Gilbert Murray, 1901.
- "Aristophanes as a Student of Society" by Arthur Fairbanks in The American Journal of Sociology 8(5): 655–666, 1903.
- "The Termination -κός, as used by Aristophanes for Comic Effect", by Charles W. Peppler, American Journal of Philology 31(4): 428–444, 1910.
- "The Suffix -μα in Aristophanes", by Charles W. Peppler, American Journal of Philology 37(4): 459–465, 1916.