Cebes

Title page with the Tablet of Cebes, by [[Hans Holbein the Younger Cebes of Thebes (, ''gen''.: Κέβητος; ''c''. 430 – 350 BCE) was an Ancient Greek philosopher from Thebes remembered as a disciple of Socrates. One work, known as the ''Pinax'' (Πίναξ) or ''Tabula'', attributed to Cebes still survives, but it is believed to be a composition by a pseudonymous author of the 1st or 2nd century CE. Provided by Wikipedia

1
by Cebes
Published 1750
printed and sold by Robert and Andrew Foulis

2
by Cebes
Published 1757
in aedibus academicis excudebant Robertus et Andreas Foulis Academiae Typographi

3
by Cebes
Published 1723
prostant venales apud Geo. Strahan, ad Insigne Pilae Aureae, in Cornhill

4
by Cebes
Published 1745
impensis Josephi Davidson, ad Insigne Angeli, in vico vulgò dicto the Poultry, propè Cheapside

6
by Cebes
Published 1759
printed for J. Fletcher, in the Turl

7
by Cebes
Published 1777
printed by Fletcher and Hodson. Sold by J. Nicholson, Cambridge; J. and F. Rivington, and S. Crowder, London

8
by Scott, Thomas
Published 1754
printed for R. and J. Dodsley, in Pall-Mall
...Table of Cebes...

9
by Epictetus
Published 1707
printed for J. Goudge at the Castle in Westminster-Hall
Other Authors: '; ...Cebes...

11
by Chevrier, François Antoine de
Published 1798
Other Authors: '; ...Cebes...