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This introduction presents an overview of the concepts discussed in this book Theophrastus of Eresus, Commentary Volume 9.2. The book deals with Theophrastean titles that have not been listed elsewhere in the text-translation volumes. It analyzes source-texts that report Theophrastean doctrine and its acceptance or rejection by contemporary and later writers. Then, the book presents a Bibliography of Modern Literature including all of the works referred to in the lists of Literature that precede each comment in the discussions of Titles and Texts. It contains three indices to the Titles and Texts: Pride of place belongs to the index of Important Words: Greek and Latin; an index of Titles of Books: Greek, Latin and Arabic; an index in English of Gods, Persons, Groups of People and Places mentioned in the texts either explicitly or by implication.

Keywords: Arabic; Greek; Latin; Theophrastean doctrine; Theophrastean titles

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