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Harvard Classics The Golden Sayings of Epictetus. Aphorisms transcribed by Arrian, translated by Hastings Crossley at Bartleby.com, Great Books Online.
4Literature Discourses by Epictetus. Epictetus's teachings presented in greater depth and variety than the aphoristicEnchiridion.
Stoic Voice The Creed of Epictetus: The Faith of a Stoic. An introductory essay systematically restructuring Epictetus's works by Ulysses. G. B. Pierce.
Stoicism The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. A thoroughly reliable summary of the principal figures and teachings of the Stoics.
Nero Persecuting the Christians, Antiquity Project