Jacoby Online now includes the Second Edition of Brill's New Jacoby - the first 66 entries are online Jacoby Online is one of the most authoritative resources for the study of fragmentary ancient Greek historians. It includes five bundled products: 1. Felix Jacoby’s seminal
Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker: Parts I-III(complete) 2.
Brill’s New Jacoby (BNJ), a thoroughly revised English edition of Felix Jacoby’s
Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker: Parts I-III(nearly complete, estimated date of completion: 2019) 3.
Brill’s New Jacoby – Second Edition (BNJ2), a revised edition of
Brill’s New Jacoby (BNJ), now with apparatus criticus, as well as updated bibliographies and revised commentaries
(launched in 2016; estimated date of completion: 2026) 4.
Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker Part IV: Biography and Antiquarian Literature (FGrH IV), a continuation of Felix Jacoby’s work including original Greek texts with translations and commentaries
(estimated date of completion: 2027) 5.
Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker Part V: Geography (FGrH V), a continuation of Felix Jacoby’s work including original Greek texts with translations and commentary
(estimated date of completion: 2020) Jacoby Online is updated twice a year.
Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker Parts I - III is Felix Jacoby's monumental critical edition of 856 Greek historians whose work is preserved incompletely, i.e. in fragments. Felix Jacoby collected these fragments and edited them, adding biographical testimonies and extensive commentaries. - The original standard work - Fully searchable with easy links to the new editions and translations and commentaries in Brill’s New Jacoby
Brill’s New Jacoby (BNJ)
General Editor: Ian Worthington (Macquarie University, Sydney)
Brill's New Jacoby is a fully-revised and enlarged edition of Jacoby’s
Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker I-III, providing new texts of the ancient authors in many instances as well as several new authors and many new fragments of existing authors that were either unknown to Jacoby or excluded by him. Especially important is that for the first time ever commentaries are provided on the final 248 authors in FGrHist I-III, which Jacoby was unable to prepare before his death. In addition, and also for the first time, BNJ presents facing English translations of all the testimonia and fragments, new, critical commentaries on all the testimony and fragments, and a brief encyclopedia-style entry about each historian’s life and works, with a select bibliography. • New English translations of all testimonia and fragments • New introductions to the Historians • New critical commentaries • New bibliographies • 248 new historians (planned by Jacoby but never completed) • 15% new content added twice a year
Brill’s New Jacoby, Second Edition (BNJ2)
General Editor: Ian Worthington (Macquarie University, Sydney) BNJ2 was launched in October 2016 and is a revised and enlarged edition of
Brill’s New Jacoby. New additions include an apparatus criticus and a discussion of the provenance of each fragment where relevant, as well as revised commentaries on the ancient authors in BNJ and updated bibliographies, all of which set BNJ2 significantly apart from the previous edition. Like
Brill’s New Jacoby, this revised edition has texts and historians not included in Jacoby’s
Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker I-III. It provides English translations to all testimonia and fragments, critical commentaries, and a brief encyclopedia-style entry about the historian’s life and works, with a select bibliography.
Brill's New Jacoby, Second Edition is a work-in-progress with publication of the last historian scheduled for 2026.
Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker Part IV: Biography and Antiquarian LiteratureGeneral Editor: Stefan Schorn (KU Leuven)
Part IV: Biography and Antiquarian Literature of Felix Jacoby’s original planned work
Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker started in the 1990’s, and will ultimately consist of 27 book volumes presenting the original Greek texts with completely new translations and extensive commentaries by a team of international experts. • Completely NEW material • Original critical Greek texts with translations and commentaries • New authors edited online since 2013 • New volumes are being written and added to Jacoby Online starting in 2017 • A projected total 27 “volumes” are planned over the next 10-15 years
Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker Part V: Die Geographen General Editors: Hans-Joachim Gehrke and Felix Maier (University of Freiburg), in collaboration with Veronica Bucciantini
Part V: Die Geographen offers work that was left uncompleted by Jacoby and contains completely new material giving the original Greek texts with translations and commentaries. This project is expected to be completed in 2020 and will consist of the fragments and testimonia of 96 Greek historians. • Original Greek texts with translations and commentaries • First instalment was published in 2011
Features and Benefits of Jacoby Online - Toggle between Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker I - V and Brill's New Jacoby, first and second edition - Open URL icon - Hyperlinks to other articles, or to other parts of the article - Original text - En face English translations of the Greek fragments and testimonia - Search using Greek Character Set - Extensive indexes and search categories - Full text search - Quick search of historians or text of interest - Commentaries and bibliographies of historians - Navigate through the article, or through related articles - Extensive indexes and search categories
Print OptionsDie Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker I-III is available as a complete set, and as individual volumes. Part IV and Part V will be published in print too. The first three volumes have been published in the 1990s and three more are planned for 2017-2018. For more information on the print volumes, please view www.brill.com/fgh Brill’s New Jacoby, first and second edition, will not be published in print.
Jacoby Online is an incredible resource, invaluable not only for ancient historians, but also for researchers working in all areas of antiquity. It is a testament to Jacoby’s enduring brilliance that his magnum opus continues to inspire so much good work in so many scholars across the world." Matt Simonton, Society for Classical Studies, December 2017