For a while now I have been putting together a small book exhibition that will take place at the Bodleian Library in May and June this year. Details now online here. The exhibition is called 'Stoicism and its Legacy', with just a dozen or so items weighted towards 16th century Neostoicism. The oldest item is the Bodleian's famous 11th century MS of Epictetus, which is the archetype for all other surviving copies. There will also be a copy of The Moral Philosophie of the Stoicks by Thomas James (his translation of Guillaume Du Vair), who was Thomas Bodley's first librarian, plus various editions of Seneca, Epictetus, and Marcus Aurelius.
I shall also be giving a public lecture on 5th June to accompany the display; details here.