The Loeb Classical Library's edition of Virgil, long a standard, has now been thoroughly updated. Retaining the excellence of H. R. Fairclough's 'heroic prose' translation, but pruning away its archaisms, G. P. Goold gives us in this Revised Edition an improved reading of the great Roman poet (70-19 b.c.) that reflects current idiom. Goold has also amended the facing-page Latin text and critical notes to take account of recent scholarship. In a new Introduction to the Appendix Vergiliana, he discusses the provenance and attribution of these poems traditionally ascribed to Virgil and previously collected as his 'Minor Poems.'