Over 25 scholarly editions of Plato’s works are now available online, which includes:
- The Oxford Classical Texts of Plato’s works: the first volume by Duke et al. (1995), volumes 2-5 by Burnet (1901-7), and the standalone volume of Republic by Slings (2003)
- Translations of most of the important dialogues, including the Apology, Theaetetus, Meno, the Republic, and Symposium
- Commentaries from the Clarendon Plato series on many of the dialogues, including Irwin on the Gorgias, McDowell on Theaetetus, Taylor on Protagoras, Gallop on Phaedo, and Gosling on the Philebus
You can visit Plato's Author page to browse all the works that are now available.
This update also publishes two scholarly editions of Latin works:
- Cicero: Agrarian Speeches: Introduction, Text, Translation, and Commentary edited by Gesine Manuwald
- Pseudepigrapha Latina: A Literary Commentary on the Elegies of the Appendix Tibulliana edited by Laurel Fulkerson
Bringing the total number of editions available online to over 1,300.
By being made available on Oxford Scholarly Editions Online, you can now read texts and translations of all Plato’s major works side by side, along with fully integrated Stephanus numbers. Not only are you able to view them as you scroll, you can also navigate to particular lines using these numbers.
A new bookmarklet is also now available. This powerful plug-in, which you can install on your browser’s toolbar, allows you to click on a Stephanus number on any web page and be taken to that line of Plato in Oxford Scholarly Editions Online.