Appian

Appian of Alexandria (c.95-c.165): one of the most underestimated of all Greek historians, author of a Roman History in twenty-four books.

Only a few of these survive, but the remainder is known from Byzantine excerpts and fragments. The table shows what is available and contains links to Horace White's translation. Yellow means that the book survives in its entirety or to a very large extent; pink indicates a fragmentary survival.

    Preface
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1
  Early history of Rome
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2
  Conquest of Central Italy
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3
  Samnite wars
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4
  Wars against the Gauls
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5
  Conquest of Sicily and other islands
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6
  Wars in Iberia
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7
  War against Hannibal (in Italy)
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8
  The Punic Wars (against Carthage)
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       with an appendix on the Numidian war
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9
  Macedonian wars
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       with an appendix on the Illyrian wars
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10
  Hellenic Wars (in Greece and Asia)
 lost 
11
  Syrian War
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       with an appendix on the Parthian wars
lost
12
  Wars against Mithridates VI of Pontus
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13
  Civil wars 1 (Sulla)
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14
  Civil wars 2 (Julius Caesar)
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15
  Civil wars 3 (War of Mutina)
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16
  Civil wars 4 (War against Brutus and Cassius)
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17
  Civil wars 5 (War against Sextus Pompeius)
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18
  Egyptian war 1
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19
  Egyptian war 2
lost
20
  Egyptian war 3
lost
21
  Egyptian war 4
 lost 
22
  Wars of the empire
 lost 
23
  Trajan's conquest of Dacia
 lost 
24
  Trajan's campaigns in Arabia and Mesopotamia
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