Thomas Stanley (author)
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Sir Thomas Stanley (1625 – 12 April 1678) was an English author and translator.
- Poems (1647)
- Aurora and the Prince, from the Spanish of Juan Pérez de Montalbán; with Oronta, the Cyprian Virgin, from the Italian of Girolamo Preti (1647)
- Europa, Cupid Crucified, Venus Vigils (1649)
- Anacreon; Bion; Moschus; Kisses by Secundus..., a volume of translations (1651)
- The History of Philosophy (London, Humphrey Moseley and Thomas Dring) in 1655, three volumes, (1655, 1656, 1660); a fourth was published in 1662
- Poems (1814) edited by Samuel Egerton Brydges
- Anacreon (1883) translation, edited by A. H. Bullen (with Greek original)
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