Karl Müller (1813–1894) published two standard works, Fragmenta Historicorum Graecorum and Geographi Graeci Minores, which have never been superseded, but very little is known about his life, and he is frequently confused with Carl Otfried Müller, another great German classicist of the nineteenth century. Born near Hannover, Karl and his brother and collaborator Theodor both studied at the University of Göttingen, but both left Germany in 1839, probably for political reasons. They moved to Paris, where Fragmenta was produced in partnership with the printer–publisher Ambroise Firmin-Didot. It covers histories which have been lost, but of which fragments survive in other works. Volume 3, published in Paris in 1849, contains the surviving fragments of works from 247 BCE, the beginning of the reign of Ptolemy III, pharaoh of Egypt, until the final conquest of the Greek territories by the Romans in 146 BCE.
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- Date Published: November 2010
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9781108016629
- length: 736 pages
- dimensions: 244 x 37 x 170 mm
- weight: 1.15kg
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
Fragmenta Neanthis Cyziceni, Lysimachi, Nymphadis Heracleotae, Philini Agrigentini, Euphanti Olynthii, Sphaeri Bosporani, Arati Sicyonii, Diniae Argivi, Philostephani Cyrenaei, Hermippi Callimachii, Callixeni Rhodii, Ptolemaei Megalopolitani, Hegesianactis Alexandrini, Mnesiptolemi, Euphorionis Chalcidensis, Dioclis Peparethii, Q. Fabii Pictoris, L. Cincii Alimenti, P. Cornelii Scipionis, C. Acilii Glabrionis, Hannibalis Carthaginiensis, Sosili Lacedaemonii, Chaereae, Sileni Calactini, Xenophontis, Eumachi Neapolitani, Menodoti Perinthii, Alexandridis Delphi, Polemonis Iliensis, Satyri, Heraclidis Lembi, Posidonii Olbiopolitae, A. Postumii Albini, Zenonis Rhodii, Antisthenis Rhodii, Scylacis Caryandensis, Ptolemaei Evergetae II, Dionysii Thracis, Agatharchidis Cnidii, Psaonis Plataeensis, Cn. Aufidii, P. Rutilii Rufi, Promathidae Heracleotae, Metrodori Scepsii, C. Alexandri Polyhistoris, Alexandri Ephesii, Posidonii Rhodii, L. Luculli, M.T. Ciceronis, M. Pomponii Attici, Asclepiadis Myrleani, Aristodemi Nysaeensis, Theophanis Mytilenaei, Timagenis Alexandrini, Aristonis Alexandrini, Socratis Rhodii, Olympi, Empyli, Caecilii Calactini, Lysimachi alexandrini, Nicolai Damasceni, Jubae Mauritani, Athenodori Tarsensis, Dionysii Pergameni, Diodori Gadareni, Theodori Gadareni, Strabonis Amasensis, Chaeremonis Stoici, Seleuci Alexandrini, Thrasylli Mendesii, Potamonis Mytilenaei, Apionis Oasitae, Pamphilae Epidauriae, Claudii Caesaris, Polyaeni Sardiani, Justi Tiberiensis, Hermogenis Tarsensis, Thalli, Memnonis, Philonis Byblii, Aspasii Byblii, Favorini Arelatensis, Hadriani Caesaris, Arriani Nicomedensis, Phlegontis Tralliani, Cephalionis, Nicanoris Alexandrini, Telephi Pergameni, Characis Pergameni, Cbepereii Calpurniani, Callimorphi, Antiochiani, Demetrii Sagalassensis, Damophili Bithyni, Chryserotis, Athenaei Naucratitae, Severi Imperatoris, Asinii Quadrati, Nicagorae Atheniensis, Luperci Berytii, Callinici, Ephori Cumani, Nicostrati Trapezuntii, Nicomachi, Callicratis Tyrii, Theoclis, Zenobiae, Porphyrii Tyrii, Dexippi Atheniensis, Eusebii, Onesimi.
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