Author:Richard Porson

Richard Porson
English classical scholar.
Richard Porson


  • Notae in Xenophontis anabasin (1786)
  • Appendix to Toup (1790)
  • Letters to Mr. Archdeacon Travis, in answer to his defence of the three heavenly witnesses, I John v.7 (1790)
  • Aeschylus (1795)
  • Euripides (1797–1802)
  • Collation of the Harleian manuscript of the Odyssey (1801)
  • Adversaria (1812)
  • Tracts and Criticisms (1815)
  • Aristophanica (1820)
  • Notae in Pausaniam (1820)
  • Photii lexicon (1822)
  • Notae in Suidam (1834)
  • The Correspondence of Richard Porson, formerly regius professor of Greek in the University of Cambridge (1867), edited by Henry Richards Luard

As editorEdit

  • Emendationes in Suidam et Hesychium: et alios lexicographos graecos (1790), in 2 vols. by Jonathan Toup

Works about PorsonEdit


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