INDEX

a
accounts 20 -1, 29 - 30 , 32 - 33 , 37 , 40 -5, 47 , 67 -8, 82 , 131 -2, 134 ;
extensions for the submission of public accounts 40 -2;
reconstruction of missing accounts 41 , 43 -4;
see also tabula, esp. tabulae publicae
acta Caesaris104 -5, 107 -8, 113 -14, 117 -18, 146 -7, 149
aerarium30 , 37 , 130 -1;
see also Rome, Aerarium
album6 , 8 , 11 - 12 , 15 , 19 , 21 , 23 , 36 , 52 , 122 , 130
Alfenus, Sextus 9 , 13 , 126
Allobroges 85 , 88 -9
amicitia118 , 150 -1
anonymous letters and notes 88 - 90 , 109
Antony (Marcus Antonius) 2 , 103 -5, 107 -9, 113 -23
Apronius, Quintus (assistant to Verres) 44 , 47 , 58
111
Arpinum 5 , 59
Atticus, Titus Pomponius 72 , 105 -9, 111 -12, 114 -15, 118 , 148 -9
auctoritates publicae28 -9, 39 , 131
autograph texts 87 -9, 99 , 119 ;
see also chirographus

b
ballots, judicial 23 , 61 -3, 137
ß?ß??a146
boni68 -9, 138
bonorum possessio12
booksellers 72
bronze as a writing surface 17 , 31 , 36 -7, 50 , 61 , 97 , 101 , 113 , 127
Brutus, Marcus Iunius 104 -9, 111 , 120
Buthrotum and Buthrotian affair 107 -8, 147

c
Caecilius (Quintus Caecilius Niger) 83 -4, 136 , 138
Caesar, Gaius Julius 92 , 97 , 103 -5, 109 -11, 113 , 120 , 144 ;
see also acta Caesaris
Calpurnia (wife of Caesar) 103 -5
capita139
Capito, Publius Gabinius 86
capsae63 -4, 136
Carpinatius, Lucius (publicanus)30 , 32 , 43
cases for documents and writing materials 85 , 109 , 148 ;
see also capsae
Cassius, Gaius Longinus 105 , 109
Catiline (Lucius Sergius Catilina) 7 , 86 , 89 - 90 , 92 , 94 -5
Cato the Censor (Marcus Porcius Cato), published speeches of 73 , 140
Cato Uticensis (Marcus Porcius Cato), record of speech by 91
census 55 , 64 , 76 , 78 -9
cerulae miniatulae115
Cethegus, Gaius Cornelius 86 -8
chirographus or -um113 , 117 , 119 , 149 -50
Chrysogonus, Lucius Cornelius 14 - 22
Cicero, Marcus Tullius (son of the orator) 109 , 112 , 117
Cicero, Quintus Tullius (brother of the orator) 5 , 59 - 60 , 103 , 125
Cicero, Quintus Tullius (son of the above) 106
cinaedus69
Claudius, Gaius (assistant to Verres) 69 , 81 , 141
code 143
codex51 , 66 , 93 , 128 , 134 , 145 ;
codex accepti et expensi:
see accounts

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