Classical Authors, F

Sextus Pomponius Festus

Sexti Pompei Festi De Verborum Significatione Quae Supersunt cum Pauli epitome. Emendata et annotata a Carolo Odofredo Muellero. Veneunt Lipsiae in Libraria Weidmanniana, 1839.

Julius Firmicus Maternus

Ocellus Lucanus On the Nature of the Universe. Taurus, the Platonic Philosopher, On the Eternity of the World. Julius Firmicus Maternus Of the Thema Mundi; in which the positions of the stars at the commencement of the several mundane periods is given. Select theorems on the perpetuity of time, by Proclus. Translated from the originals by Thomas Taylor. London: Printed for the translator, 1831.

Firmicus Maternus: The Error of the Pagan Religions. Translated and Annotated by Clarence A. Forbes. New York: Newman Press, 1970.


Sallust, Florus, and Velleius Paterculus, literally translated by the Rev. John Selby Watson, M.A. 1852.
A better scan at the Internet Archive.


The Two Books on the Water Supply of the City of Rome by Sextus Julius Frontinus, water commissioner of the city of Rome, A.D. 97. A photographic reproduction of the sole original Latin manuscript, and its reprint in Latin; also a translation into English, and explanatory chapters, by Clemens Herschel. 1899.

Stratagemicon, or Greek and Roman Anecdotes concerning Military Policy, and the Science of War; also Strategicon, or Characteristics of lllustrious Generals: translated from the Latin of Sextus Julius Frontinus, proconsul in Britain, A.D. 75—8, by Robert B Scott. 1811.


The Correspondence of Marcus Aurelius Fronto with Marcus Aurelius Antoninus, Lucius Verus, Antoninus Pius, and various friends. Edited and for the first time translated into English by C. R. Haines. London: William Heinemann. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons. 1919–1920. —Loeb edition.

Vol. I.

Vol. II. (1988 reprint.)


Auctores mythographi latini. Cajus Julius Hyginus, Fab. Planciad. Fulgentius, Lactantius Placidus, Albricus philosophus. Cum integris commentariis, &c. Lugd. Bat.: Apud Samuelem Luchtmans; Amstelaed.: Apud J. Wetstenium et G. Smith. 1742.