SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

Note that editions of ancient works are included in the following (listed by editor) only if specific reference has been made to their text, apparatus, or commentary. All translations from Greek and Latin in this book are the author's own.

Arangio Ruiz, Vincenzo. “Cicerone giurista.” In L. Alfonsi et al., Marco Tullio Cicerone.Firenze, 1961.
Arangio Ruiz, Vincenzo, and Alessandro Olivieri. Inscriptiones Graecae Siciliae et infimae Italiae ad ius pertinentesMilano, 1925. Reprint, Roma, 1965.
Astin, Alan E. Cato the Censor. Oxford, 1978.
Avezzó, Guido. “L'Oratoria Giudiziaria.” In Giuseppe Cambiano, Luciano Canfora, Diego Lanza, ed., Lo spazio letterario della Greda antica, vol. 1, tom. 1. Roma, 1992.
Badian, Ernst. Publicans and Sinners: Private Enterprise in the Service of the Roman Republic. Oxford, 1972.
--. “The Scribae of the Roman Republic.” Klio71 (1989): pp. 582-603.
Bernoulli J.J., Römische Ikonographie. Vol. 1: Die Bildnisse berühmter Römer. Stuttgart, 1882.
Berry, D.H., ed.Cicero: Pro P. Sulla Oratio. Cambridge, 1996.
Birt, Theodor. Das antike Buchwesen in seinem Verältniss zur Litteratur. Berlin, 1882.
Blanck, Horst. Das Buch in der Antike. Müinchen, 1992.
Bleicken, Jochen. Cicero und die Ritter. Göttingen, 1995.
Bömer, Franz. “Der Commentarius. Zur Vorgeschichte und literarischen Form der Schriften Caesars.” Hermes 81 (1953): pp. 210-50.
Borda, Maurizio. “Iconografia ciceroniana.”In Marco Tullio Cicerone. Scritti commemorativi pubblicati nel bimillenario della morte. Firenze, 1961.
Bowman, Alan K.and J. David Thomas. Vindolanda: The Latin Writing Tablets. Vol. 1. London, 1983.
Bowman, Alan K. and Greg Woolf. Literacy and Power in the Ancient World. Cambridge, 1994.
Broughton, T.R.S. The Magistrates of the Roman Republic.New York, 1951-2.
Brunt, P.A. “Patronage and Politics in the 'Verrines.'” Chiron 10 (1980): pp. 273 89.
Butler, Michael Shane. Litterae Manent: Ciceronian Oratory and the Written Word. Ph.D. diss., Columbia University, 2000.
Cambiano, Giuseppe, Luciano Canfora, Diego Lanza, eds. Lo spazio letterario della Greda antica. Roma, 1992.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments viii
  • Abbreviations ix
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - The Young Cicero, Reading 4
  • 2 - Cicero Takes a Bath 24
  • 3 - Multitudo Litterarum 35
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