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Harvard University Press
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Loeb Classical Library
intention, his book is an interesting source of information on Roman attitudes toward religion and moral values in the first century.
Shackleton Bailey's translation is a welcome addition...The editor/translator has also prefaced the volumes with a brief introduction to Valerius Maximus and his text added a helpful bibliography of the latest scholarship on the author, and included a glossary and thorough index of names...Shackleton Bailey has done good work in providing his own version of the Latin text, and he has also produced a readable and accurate English translation... Shackleton Bailey is best known to the scholarly community for his excellent translations of Cicero's letters. His version of Valerius Maximus also deserves praise, merits inclusion in the fine Loeb Classical Library, and fills a major need for an English version of this valuable source.--Richard Weigel "Classical World "