Later editions are those published at Oxford (1679), at Zeitz and Jena, edited by Cellarius, with annotations of his own and others (1679, 1713, 1729).
The next edition is that by Reitemeier, who, though he consulted no fresh manuscripts, made good use of the critical remarks of Heyne and other scholars (Leipzig, 1784).
Bekker produced a reliable edition in 1837 at Bonn.
Ludwig Mendelssohn (Leipzig 1887) edited the first dependable text.
Paschoud Zosime: Histoire Nouvelle (Paris 1971) which has a French translation, introduction and commentary.
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