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Müller-Jacoby Table of Concordance
The Müller-Jacoby Table of Concordance is a tool developed by the DFHG Project for finding concordances among ancient Greek fragmentary historians published by Karl Müller in the Fragmenta Historicorum Graecorum (FHG) and by Felix Jacoby and other scholars in the Fragmente der griechischen Historiker (FGrHist), including the continuatio and the Brill's New Jacoby (BNJ).
The Müller-Jacoby Table of Concordance enables users to search authors by:
The results display the following data (when available)*:
FHG volume number, author name, pages (with fragments when corresponding to specific authors), link to the printed edition in Internet Archive, DFHG urls, and CITE urns;
SRAM author name, pages, and link to the printed edition in Google Books (only for corresponding authors in the FHG, FGrHist, and BNJ);
GGM volume number, author name, pages, and link to the printed edition in Google Books (only for corresponding authors in the FHG, FGrHist, and BNJ);
Herodot. author name, pages, and link to the printed edition in Google Books (only for corresponding authors in the FHG, FGrHist, and BNJ);
FGrHist author name, author number, and link to the Jacoby Online;
BNJ 1 author name, author number, and link to the Jacoby Online;
BNJ 2 author name, author number, and link to the Jacoby Online;
Perseus Catalog author name and link to the catalog entry.
* For the abbreviations see Bibliography and Resources.
The Müller-Jacoby Table of Concordance has been built combining data produced in the DFHG Project, data extracted from the Jacoby Online, and information collected from the indices of the printed edition of the FGrHist. Author names and numbers are those created and used by Karl Müller, Felix Jacoby and other scholars who have been contributing to the continuation of the FGrHist and to the BNJ. As far as concerns the FGrHist and the BNJ, entries are expressed according to the Jacoby Online (whose language sometimes differs from the printed edition).
The Jacoby Online is an ongoing project and new authors are progressively added to FGrHist IV, FGrHist V, and to the BNJ. As soon as new authors are published, they are added to the Müller-Jacoby Table of Concordance.
Access to the full version of the Jacoby Online requires a subscription through Brill or through a subscribed institution. The main page of each author is openly accessible through the links provided by the Müller-Jacoby Table of Concordance.
For a description of the syntax of DFHG and CITE urns, see the main page of the DFHG Project.
Lists of Ancient Greek Fragmentary Historians
The DFHG project is also producing lists of authors published in the FHG, the FGrHist, and the BNJ.
Bibliography and Resources
BNJ 1 = I. Worthington (ed.), Brill's New Jacoby 1st edition, Leiden, Brill, 2006-
BNJ 2 = I. Worthington (ed.), Brill's New Jacoby 2nd edition, Leiden, Brill, 2006-
CITE = The CITE Architecture
DFHG = Digital Fragmenta Historicorum Graecorum
- R. Dorschel, Adnotationes ad Fragmenta Historicorum Graecorum, in Programm des Königlichen und Gröning'schen Gymnasiums zu Stargard im Pomm., mit welchem zu der am 3. und 4. April stattfindenden öffentlichen Prüfung, Stargard, Hermann Zantz, 1873, pp. 1-32
FGrHist = F. Jacoby, Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker I-III, Leiden, Brill, 1923-1958; G. Schepens (until 2010) and S. Schorn (eds.), Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker Continued. Part IV, Leuven, Brill, 1998-; H. J. Gehrke (ed.), Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker Continued. Part V: Die Geographen, Leuven, Brill
FHG = K. Müller, Fragmenta Historicorum Graecorum, Paris, Didot, 1841-1870
GGM = K. Müller, Geographi Graeci Minores, Paris, Didot, 1855-1861
Herodot. = G. Dindorf and K. Müller, Herodoti Historiarum libri ix. Ctesiae Cnidii et Chronographorum Castoris Eratosthenis etc. Fragmenta, Paris, Didot, 1858
Perseus Catalog = The Perseus Catalog
SRAM = F. Dübner and K. Müller, Arriani Anabasis et Indica. Scriptores Rerum Alexandri Magni (fragmenta). Pseudo-Callisthenes, Paris, Didot 1846