Euripides' complete plays were translated and published in the Collection des Universités de France between 1923 (vol.3: Héraclès, Les Suppliantes, Ion) and 2003 (vol.8, part four: Fragments non identifiés). Volume one (Le Cyclope, Alceste, Médée, Les Héraclides, 1926, eleventh reprint 2009) and volume two (Hippolyte, Andromaque, Hécube, 1927 revised by François Jouan in 1997, fourth reprint in 2012) were edited and translated by Louis Méridier. Héraclès, Les Suppliantes, Ion (vol.3, 1923 eighth reprint 2002) and Les Troyennes, Iphigénie en Tauride, Electre (vol.4, 1925, twelfth reprint 1982) were edited and translated by Henri Grégoire and Léon Parmentier; Hélène, Les Phéniciennes (vol.5, 1950, fifth reprint 2002) and Oreste (vol.6 part one, 1950, fourth reprint 2002) were edited by F. Chapouthier and translated by Louis Méridier (1959, fourth reprint 2002); Les Bacchantes (vol.6, part two, 1961, third reprint 2002) by Henri Grégoire and Jules Menier, edition revised and annotated by Jean Irigoin in 1998; Iphigénie à Aulis (vol.7, part one, 1983) and Rhésos (vol.7, part two, 2004) edited and translated by François Jouan. The series is concluded by an eighth volume in four parts edited and translated by François Jouan and Herman Von Looy, containing fragments: De Aigeus à Autolykos (vol.8, part one, 1998), De Bellerophon à Protésilas (vol.8, part two, 2000) De Sthénébée à Chrysippos (vol.8, part three, 2002) and Fragments non identifiés (vol.8, part four, 2003). Henri Grégoire's Les Bacchantes and his Hélène were both reprinted in the collection 'classique en poche' in 1998 and 2007, respectively. Sources: BNF catalogue général and Les Belles Lettres.
Paris: Les Belles Lettres (collection Budé), 8 vols.
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