Classical Authors, C.


Observations upon Caesars Comentaries. By Clement Edmundes [spelled “Edmondes” at the end of the dedication], Remembrancer of the cittie of London. —Dated 1609 by the librarian. A beautifully printed volume that includes a translation of Caesar’s works with copious commentaries from a military point of view. It earned two commendatory poems by Ben. Johnson.

Calpurnius Siculus.

The Eclogues of Calpurnius Siculus and M. Aurelius Olympius Nemesianus. With introduction, commentary, & appendix. By Charles Haines Keene, M.A. London: George Bell & Sons, 1887.


Cassiodorus has his own page among the Church Fathers.


Roman Farm Management. The Treatises of Cato and Varro done into English, with notices of modern instances, by a Virginia Farmer. 1913.


The Aphorisms of Hippocrates and the Sentences of Celsus. To which are added aphorisms upon the small-pox, measles, and other distempers, not so well known to former more temperate ages. By C. J. Sprengell, M.D. 1708.

Arguments of Celsus, Porphyry, and the Emperor Julian, Against the Christians; also, extracts from Diodorus Siculus, Josephus, and Tacitus, relating to the Jews. Together with an appendix containing the oration of Libanius in defence of the temples of the heathens, translated by Dr. Lardner; and extracts from Bingham’s Antiquities of the Christian Church. 1830. —A very useful attempt to extract the various arguments of these authors from the refutations of them by Christian writers, and to present them in a connected form.


Cicero has his own page.


Cl. Claudianus, Theod. ulmanni Craneburgii diligentia, & summa, e vetustis codicibus restitutus. [On the scan, the date is blocked by a tag from the “Bayer. Staatsbibliotek,” but Google catalogues it as 1596.]

The Works of Claudian, translated into English verse by A. Hawkins, Esq. F.H.S. 1817. —Both volumes in one mediocre scan.
At Google Books.

Claudian, with an English translation by Maurice Platnauer. Loeb edition, 1922, at

Volume I

Volume II


The Hymn of Cleanthes. Greek text translated into English with a breif introduction and notes by E. H. Blakeney, M.A. London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1921.


Select Poetical Translations of the Classics of Antiquity. London: Printed for W. Plant Piercy by J. M‘Creery, 1810. —Includes “The Origin of the Trojan War” by Coluthus.

Cornelius Nepos.

Cornelii Nepotis Vitae Excellentium Imperatorum; or, Cornelius Nepos’s Lives of the Excellent Commanders. With an English translation, as literal as possible. By John Clarke. Twelfth edition, 1773. Latin and English in parallel columns.

Cornelius Nepos. Prepared expressly for the use of students learning to read at sight. By Thomas B. Lindsay. 1884.

The Lives of Illustrious Men. Written in Latin by Corn. Nepos, and done into English by several gentlemen in the University of Oxon. Second edition, 1685.

Justin, Cornelius Nepos, and Eutropius, literally translated, with notes and a general index, by the Rev. John Selby Watson. 1853.