Cicero of Arpinum: A Political and Literary Biography Being a Contribution to the History of Ancient Civilization and a Guide to the Study of Cicero's Writings

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ANCIENT SOURCES OF THIS WORK
Cicero. For characterization of his last years, v. Ed. Schwartz, Hermes, 1898, 241 sqq.
-- M. Tullii Ciceronis Opera quae supersunt omnia, ex recensione To. Casp. Orellii. Editio Altera emendatior. Curaverunt Io. Casp. Orellius et Io. Georg. Baiterus, ( Zürich, 1845). As parts of the apparatus we note particularly: Onomasticon Tullianum, Pars III, containing: Index Legum. Index Graeco-Latinus. Pars I. Historia, now somewhat antiquated through Suringar. Scholiastae, Pars II containing Asconius, Pseudo-Asconius, Scholia Bobiensia, and the Scholiasta, Gronovianus. Finally the general Register, Onomasticon Tullianum, giving every proper noun occurring in Cicero's works, with so full a citation of text that the value of data sought is promptly recognized. Zürich, 1838, still indispensable.
-- For Partitiones v. Merchant.
-- Edition of all of Cicero by Baiter and Kayser. Tauchnitz, 1860.
-- Edition by C. F. W. Müller and others. Teubner, 1884-1890.
-- Orations, v. Halm and Long.
-- Philos. Treatises, v. Hirzel, Weissenfels, von Arnim, Zeller, Diels, Ritter et Preller, Krische, Schiche.
-- Hortensius, v. Hartlich.
-- Letters, v. Abeken, Wieland, Tyrrell and Purser, O. E. Schmidt, Mendelssohn, Wesenberg, Abbott, Riess.
-- Consolatio, v. Buresch.
-- Cicero's Letters, in Bibliotheca Oxoniensis, by Lewis Claude Purser .
-- Cicero's Orations, by Albert Curtis Clark, and by William Peterson .
-- Cicero's Rhetorical Treatises, by A. S. Wilkins.
Dio Cassius Cocceianus. From 36, 43 on, here and there, with consistent bias to belittle Cicero -- down to 47, 8 -- Wilmans (De Dionis Cassii Fontibus et Auctoritate, Berlin, 1836, dedicated to Ranke) shows how e. g. Dio transferred points from Cicero's orations into some of his own composition. D. is a keen judge of motive, but often invents the same. His looseness in chronology was

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