Cicero in Letters: Epistolary Relations of the Late Republic

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Index of Passages
Caesar BC 1.7.7: 145
Catullus 49: 99–100
Cornelius Nepos: vita Att. 16.4: 32
Cicero, Letters
Att. 1.11.1= 7 SB: 20
Att. 1.16.15= 16 SB: 101
Att. 2.2.3= 22 SB: 68
Att. 2.3.4= 23 SB: 109–10
Att. 2.6= 26 SB: 3–6
Att. 2.20.6= 40 SB: 101
Att. 3.12.22= 57 SB: 91
Att. 3.15= 60 SB: 129
Att. 3.23.1= 68 SB: 76
Att. 3.24= 69 SB: 127
Att. 4.4= 76 SB: 15
Att. 4.6.4= 83 SB: 93
Att. 4.16= 89 SB: 13–14, 110–11
Att. 4.17.1= 91 SB: 16
Att. 5.5.1= 98 SB: 22
Att. 5.11.6= 104 SB: 96
Att. 5.15.3= 108 SB: 17
Att. 6.1= 115 SB: 84
Att. 6.9.5= 123 SB: 84
Att. 7.1.7–8= 124 SB: 83
Att. 7.4.2= 127 SB: 18
Att. 7.14.3= 138 SB: 132
Att. 8.11= 161 SB: 108, 110
Att. 8.11C= 161C SB: 72
Att. 8.12.4= 162 SB: 133
Att. 9.2= 168 SB: 133
Att. 9.6.4= 172 SB: 129
Att. 9.6A= 172A SB: 124
Att. 9.7A.1= 174A SB: 120
Att. 9.7C.1= 174C SB: 121
Att. 9.9.3= 176 SB: 124
Att. 9.10= 177 SB: 129, 132, 133
Att. 9.11A.1= 178A SB: 124–25
Att. 10.11.1= 202 SB: 14
Att. 11.9.1–2= 220 SB: 129
Att. 12.1.2= 248 SB: 15
Att. 12.9.1 = 246 SB: 6
Att. 12.14.3 = 251 SB: 110
Att. 12.38.2 = 278 SB: 40
Att. 12.51.1 = 293 SB: 77
Att. 12.52.1 = 294 SB: 77
Att. 12.53 = 295 SB: 77–78
Att. 13.9.1 = 317 SB: 16, 42
Att. 13.37a = 340 SB: 83
Att. 13.42.1 = 354 SB: 108
Att. 13.46.2 = 338 SB: 20
Att. 13.52.2 = 353 SB: 103
Att. 14.17.4 = 91 SB: 76
Att. 15.1 = 377 SB: 20–21, 125
Att. 15.27.1 = 406 SB: 121
Att. 16.5.5 = 410 SB: 32, 92
Att. 16.11.3 = 420 SB: 101
Att. 16.15.5 = 426 SB: 132
Att. 16.16C = 407C SB: 69
Fam. 1.3 = 56 SB: 48
Fam. 1.5b.1 = 16 SB: 17
Fam. 1.7.5 = 18 SB: 133–34
Fam. 1.8 = 19 SB: 16, 23

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