Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Alexander of Aphrodisias" by Dorothea Frede and Marije Martijn

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A. Primary Sources

1. Commentaries

2. Treatises considered genuine and fragments

3. Spuria

B. Translations

1. Latin translations

2. English translations of the commentaries (with notes):

Richard Sorabji (gen. ed.), London: Duckworth, Ithaca: Cornell University Press. Later: London: Bristol Classical Press. Presently: London: Bloomsbury Publishing.

3. Other translations of the commentaries (with notes)

Lavaud, L. & Guyomarc’h, G., 2021, Alexandre d’Aphrodise. Commentaire à la Métaphysique d’Aristote. Livre petit alpha et beta, introduction, traduction et notes, Paris: Vrin.

4. Major Treatises

5. Minor works

6. Works extant in Arabic

C. Secondary Literature: Overviews

D. Secondary Literature: Studies on Particular Topics

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