Student edition of the Satyricon

By NubusLatinae1770, in 'Latin Language Resources', Jun 26, 2018.

  1. NubusLatinae1770 Member

    Location:
    New York USA
    Salvete omnes!

    I was wondering if anyone has come across a good student edition of the Satyricon in full, or if the Loeb edition would be the best place to start?

    Any help would be appreciated!

    Gratum mihi feceritis!
  2. Cinefactus Censor

    • Censor
    Location:
    litore aureo
    I couldn't find anything on free google books, although there are a couple of books on Amazon.
    You can find guides on the Cena and the Bellum Civile though.
    Perseus has a translation, so you don't necessarily have to shell out for the Loeb
  3. rothbard Civis Illustris

    • Civis Illustris
    Location:
    London
    There is this Loeb edition from 1913, which also includes some fragments and Seneca's Apocolocyntosis. This other version has an Italian translation. This one however is my favourite: a fully annotated version, with notes in Latin.
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