Prose translation by Nicolas Louis Artaud, first published in 6 vols. and later reedited in one volume with revisions and corrections 'sur les dernières éditions grecques' in 1841, 1842, 1845, 1855 and 1859 (Paris: Lefèvre, Carpentier). Worldcat lists a 1894 edition in two volumes with no publisher's name. Artaud's translation of Lysistrata is published on its own four times in the twentieth century: in 1926 (Paris: A l'enseigne du pot cassé) with illustrations by Henri Deslignières, 1933 (Paris: Fayard), 1948 (Paris: aux dépens du Dr HP Heineken) with etchings by Maurice Leroy and 1975 (Paris: Ed. de l'Odéon) with illustrations by Alain Bonnefoit. Sources: BNF catalogue géénral, Worldcat. The 1841 edition is available online: http://books.google.com/books?id=gy0-AAAAcAAJ&pg=PR3 (29/08/2012).
Paris: Brissot Thivars, 6 vols
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