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A marble bust of Seneca (ca. 3rd century).
Source

 


Greek and English

Heseltine, Michael, and W. H. D. Rouse, trans. 1913. Petronius: Satyricon; Seneca: Apocolocyntosis. LCL. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Miller, Frank Justus, trans. 1917. Seneca: Tragedies. 2 vols. LCL. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Vol. 1: Hercules Furens; Troades; Medea; Hippolytus; Oedipus

Vol. 2: Agamemnon; Thyestes; Hercules Oetaeus; Phoenissae; Octavia

Tragedies is also available on HathiTrust.

Gummere, Richard, M., trans. 1917–1925. Seneca: Ad Lucilium Epistulae Morales. 3 vols. LCL. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Vol. 1: Epistles 1–65

Vol. 2: Epistles 66–92

Vol. 3: Epistles 93–124

Basore, John W., trans. 1928–1935. Seneca: Moral Essays. 3 vols. LCL. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Vol. 1: De Providentia; De Constantia; De Ira; De Clementia

Vol. 2: De Consolatione ad Marciam; De Vita Beata; De Otio; De Tranquillitate Animi; De Brevitate Vitae; De Consolatione ad Polybium; De Consolatione ad Helviam (Latin only; English translation not openly available online)

Vol. 3: De Beneficiis (Latin only; English translation not openly available online)

Corcoran, Thomas H., trans. 1971–1972. Seneca: Natural Questions. 2 vols. LCL. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Vol. 1: Books 1–3 (not openly available online)

Vol. 2: Books 4–7 (not openly available online)

Note: As always, see the Digital Loeb Classical Library for up-to-date texts and indexing. Regarding the above, see particularly the new LCL editions of Tragedies (Fitch 2002, 2004).

 

English

Clarke, John, trans. 1910. Physical Science in the Time of Nero: Being a Translation of the Questiones Naturales of Seneca. London: MacMillan and Co.