Cyril Bailey

Cyril BaileyIn existographies, Cyril Bailey (1871-1957) was a British philologist, Latin scholar, tending to focus on the works of Lucretius, Cicero, and Aristophanes, noted particularly for his 1947 popularly-used [e.g. Frank Copley (1977)] three-volume English translation of Lucretius’ On the Nature of Things, with prolegomena, critical apparatus, and commentary. [1]

Overview
In 1928, Bailey, in his The Greek Atomists and Epicurus, contrasts and compares the three main Greek atomic theorists: Leucippus, Democritus, and Epicurus, and discusses the general "atomic school" fervent in the years 430BC to 280BC. [2]

References
1. Bailey, Cyril. (1947). Titi Lucreti Cari de Rerum Natura libri sex (edition, translation, and commentary) (Ѻ). Three volumes. Oxford.
2. Bailey, Cyril. (1928). The Greek Atomists and Epicurus: a Study (Ѻ)(pdf)(txt). Russell & Russell, 1964.

Further reading
● Bailey, Cyril. (1907). Lucreti de Reum Natura Libri Sex. Publisher.
● Bailey, Cyril. (1907). The Religion of Ancient Rome. Publisher.
● Bailey, Cyril. (1926). Epicurus. The Extant Remains. Oxford.
● Bailey, Cyril. (1932). Phases in the Religion of Ancient Rome. Berkeley.

External links
● Cyril Bailey (German → English) – Wikipedia.

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