Primary Sources in Translation

Greek Texts

Hesiod, Works and Days 53-105, translated by Bruce MacLennan
The Homeric Hymn to Demeter, translation and notes by Gregory Nagy
The Cologne Epode of Archilochos, translation and introduction by Guy Davenport
Alkman, Hymn to Artemis (Partheneion), two translations and an introduction by Guy Davenport
Greek Women Poets (Sappho, Korinna, Praxilla, Erinna, Nossis), translated by Diane Rayor
Sappho’s Hymn to Aphrodite, translated by Elizabeth Vandiver
Semonides 7, translated by Diane Arnson Svarlien
Artemisia in Herodotus, translated by Caroline L. Falkner

Sophocles’ Antigone, Translated by Wm. Blake Tyrrell and Larry J. Bennett (with copious notes and an introduction covering translation issues, historical context, details of the dramatic festivals, etc.)

Sophocles’ Trachiniae, translated by Robert M. Torrance
Euripides’ Medea, translation and notes by Celia Luschnig
The Fragments of Neophron’s Medea, translation and notes by Celia Luschnig
Euripides’ Alcestis, translation and notes by Celia Luschnig
Euripides, The Cretans, fr. 472e Kannicht = fr. 11 Page = fr. 82 Austin (from Perg. Berol. 13217, lost) translated by P. T. Rourke
Euripides, Erechtheus, fr. 50 Austin=fr 360 N, translated by Mary R. Lefkowitz
Lysias 1 – On the Murder of Eratosthenes, translated by Caroline L. Falkner
Cyclops (Theocritus 11), Translation by Diane Arnson Svarlien
Epigrams by Women from the Greek Anthology, translation and notes by Marilyn B. Skinner (Erinna, Anyte, Nossis)
New Hellenistic epigrams about women, translation and notes by Mary R. Lefkowitz
The Life of Hipparchia (Diogenes Laertius Book VI. 96-98): Translation and notes by Celia Luschnig
Different Desires: A Dialogue Comparing Male and Female Love, attributed to Lucian of Samosata, by Andrew Kallimachos
45 Jokes from The Laughter Lover, Translation and notes by John T. Quinn
Aëtius on Clitoridectomy: Translation and notes by Mary R. Lefkowitz

Latin Texts

Cornelia’s Advice to Her Son Gaius Gracchus, translation and notes by Marilyn B. Skinner
Catullus 16, translated by Diane Arnson Svarlien

Catullus, Poem 64: The Wedding of Peleus and Thetis, Translated by Thomas Banks

Horace, Epodes 2, 3, 8, 11, 12, 14, and 15, Translated by John T. Quinn