Human Rights in Ancient Rome

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a
Aeschylus Prometheus 11, 28: 11 , 131 .3
Ammianus 17.4.5: 156 .47;
18.4.5: 151 .73
Appian Bella CiviliaI 93-5: 162 .4;
95, 103: 162 .9;
IV 5: 162 .13;
6-7: 163 .16;
7: 162 .13:
10: 162 .12;
28-41: 162 .4;
Iberica 60: 143 .37, 39;
98: 24 ;
Illyrica 9: 134 .11;
Punica 53.4: 137 .20
Apuleius De Platone 2.13: 149 .26;
Metamorphoses 10.17: 136 .13
Aristides Panegyric to Rome 59-60, 63-71, 102: 96
Aristophanes Pax 392: 11
Aristotle Athenaion Politeia 39.1-6: 133 .26;
On Vices and Virtues 1250B: 132 .16
Arles Inscription: 150 .42
Asconius 54 St: 166 .51;
70 St: 162 .14
Ps. Ascon. 187, 259 St: 138 .11
(Auct.) Ad HerenniumII 24, 26, 50: 26 ;
IV 12, 23: 26 ;
16, 19, 22: 135 .24
(Auct.) De viris illustribus 47.4: 141 .5;
47.7: 143 .37, 38;
47.8: 134 .13
Augustine Civitas Dei 19.21: 135 .18
Aulus Gellius Noctes AtticaeIII 3.15: 159 .92;
VII 8.5: 159 .92;
XIII 17.1: 20 , 131 .4;
XX 1, 1.54: 149 .28, 29
Aurelius Victor Epitome 12.4: 109 , 161 .125

b
Baebian Ligurian Inscription: 160 .113

c
Caesar Bellum Africum 86.2, 88.6, 92.4: 150 .36;
Bellum Civile 3.20: 49 ;
Bellum Gallicum I 6.1, 6.5, 7.1: 162 .3;
II 14.4: 75 ;
IV 2.2-5, 4.5, 6.2-4, 15.1-3: 162 .3;
VIII 3.5, 21.2: 150 .35
Cicero Ad AtticumIV 15.5: 123 ;
V 1.3: 137 .6;
VII 7.7: 76 ;
VIII 16.2: 76 ;
IX 7a.2, 7b.2: 150 .40;
X 4.8: 77 ;
XI 2.2: 150 .40;
XII 44.1: 137 .6;
XVI 11.4: 134 .15;
Ad Brutum 1.2a.2(5): 76 ;
Ad familiaresII 3.10: 123 ;
6.3: 123 ;
17.6: 137 .6;
IV 13.2: 150 .40;
VI 6.8: 150 .39;
VII 5.2: 150 .40;
X 5.2: 137 .6;
32.3: 123 ;
XII 27: 133 .3;
XIII 15.3: 150 .40;
XV 15.2: 150 .38;
Ad Quintum fratremI 1: 50 ;
1.3-8: 39 ;
1.3-29: 156 .55;
1.10, 17: 39 ;
1.20-5: 39 ;
1.25: 138 .10;
1.27: 11 , 131 .13, 134 .18, 141 .10;
1.27-9: 39 ;
1.37-8: 138 .10;
2.6: 44 , 123 ;
II 3.5: 137 .6;
III 9.1: 159 .91;
Brutus 89: 143 .37, 38;
90: 143 .39;
106: 59 ;
109: 145 .58;
De amicitia 69: 133 .4;
De domo 43: 162 .8;

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