Ancient Classics




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  • Aristotle's Psychology

    De Anima & Parva Naturalia

    Aristotle's theories regarding the structure and functions of the soul are found chiefly in the De Anima and the tractates collectively known as the Parva Naturalia. These works belong to that part of the corpus which deals with what Aristotle understands by physics, or the world of corporeal substances. To Aristotle, the word […]
  • The Epic of Gilgamesh

    The Epic of Gilgamesh

    Gilgamesh is a Babylonian epic from three thousand years ago, which tells of King Gilgamesh's friendship with the wild man Enkidu and his pursuit of immortality when Enkidu dies. It is a story about human relationships, loss and grief, the confrontation with death, the destruction of nature, insomnia and restlessness, finding […]
  • Orations of Cicero

    Orations of Cicero

    Cicero was perhaps the most famous orator in the history of Rome and the most influential on the founding fathers. This collection of his most important speeches includes his Orations against Cataline, in which he successfully thwarted a conspiracy against the Roman government. It also contains his Philippics, a defense […]
  • That One Should Disdain Hardships

    That One Should Disdain Hardships

    Musonius Rufus
    Musonius Rufus, a Stoic philosopher from the first century C.E., was one of the most influential teachers of his era in imperial Rome.  Alongside Stoics like Seneca, Epictetus, and Marcus Aurelius, he emphasized ethics in action, displayed in all aspects of life.  Merely learning philosophical doctrine and listening to lectures, […]
  • The War for Gaul

    The War for Gaul

    by Julius Caesar translated by James J. O'Donnell OUT OF STOCK
    Imagine a book about an unnecessary war written by the ruthless general of an occupying army - a vivid and dramatic propaganda piece that forces the reader to identify with the conquerors and that is designed, like the war itself, to fuel the limitless political ambitions of the author. Could […]
  • The Invention of News

    The City of God

    2 vol set St. Augustine
    The City of God was written against the background of the fall of Rome to a barbarian force in 410.  Many Romans had attributed Rome's fall to the recent Christianization of the Roman Empire with a resulting loss of traditional Roman civic virtue.  To answer this charge, the future Saint Augustine, […]
  • The Histories of Herodotus

    The Histories of Herodotus

    “This is a publication of the researches of Herodotus of Halicarnassus, in order that the actions of men may not be effaced by time, nor the great and wondrous deeds displayed both by Greeks and barbarians deprived of renown; and among the rest for what cause they waged war upon […]
  • Sale! History of the Grecian War

    The History of the Grecian War

    Thucydides, translated by Thomas Hobbes
    What could be more fascinating than to read a history of Greece written in its own time? As the Grecian War raged between the Delian and Peloponnesian Leagues, also known as the Athenians and the Spartans, an Athenian general by the name of Thucydides made it his life's mission to […]
  • The War with Hannibal 2 vol set

    The War with Hannibal 2 vol set

    The Second Punic War remains one of the most important and famous military conflicts in the history of the Western World. The combatants, Carthage and Rome, were the two most powerful Mediterranean powers of the time, and their conflict shaped, and made possible, the modern world. Led by the military […]

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