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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INDEX

A
Absolute government, 390
Academic philosophy, 290, 374, 377 sq.
Academica, treatise, 372 sqq.
Academy,27, 56 sq.
Accius (pleader), 112
Accius (poet), 8
Account, Cicero's with Caesar, 300 sq.
Achaia,72
Acilius Glabrio,70, 72, 101, 105
Acta,211, 270, 343, 425
Aculeo,11, 19.
Advocate, requisites of an, 71
Aedilis, Curulian, 92
Aedui,185
Aelius Stilo,6, 18
Aemilius Paulus,272
Afranius,121, 181, 183, 242
Africa,328 sq., 340
Agrarian Law, of Rullus, 131 sqq.; of Flavius, 185; of Caesar, 192; supplementary, 197, 221, 232, 236
Alexander,277
Alexandria,330
Alexandrine Job, in the Senate, 134
Alternation of Moods in Cicero,161, 304, 306
Amanus range,121, 276
Ambitus,101, 102, 124, 142, 250, 254, 265
Amnesty, Cicero's speech on, 396 sq.
Amour propre, of Cicero, 85, 172, 305
Ampius Balbus,352, 392
Anecdote, of Clodia and Cicero, 187
Annalis, Liber, of Atticus, 337, 408, 409
Annalists,107
Anticatones,379
Antiochos,55, 372
Antium,194, 196, 234, conference of, 413
'Antoniaster,' 59.
Antonius, the orator, 11, 18, 28, 36, 44
Antonius, Gaius (cons. 63 B. C.), 122, 125, 135, 152, 178 sq.
Antony, Lucius,407, 428
Antony, Mark,243, 263, 301, 318, 319, 327, 390, 395; at Caesar's funeral, 398; -402,411; 423,429, 438; 443, 446
Apollonius Molo,58
Apotheosis,177, 359, 361, 421
Appian,137, 146, 166, 169, 206, 393, 398, 413, 429, 440, 457
Appius Claudius,160, 248, 250, 258, 269, 273 sq., 276, 281, 287
Aquileia,228
Aratus and Cicero's Aratea,19
Archaic Latin,299.
Archias, 7, 97, Pro Archia, 176
Archimedes,64
Argumentatio,51, 417
Aristocracy,89, 105, 115, 122, 126, 127, 170, 179, 184 sq., 217, 234, 238, 283, 290, 291, 427
Ariovistus,185, 212
Aristotle,34, 35, 249, 417
Arnim, von,374, 385, 399, 404
Arpinum,3, 19, 29, 42, 173, 235, 315,
334
Art, Greek, in Sicily,81 sqq.
Asconius,102, 116, 172, 250, 262
Asia, province of, 23, 97, 106, 181 sqq., 202.
Asianic oratory,57 sq.
Asinius Pollio,127, 184340, 393, 416, 429
Astura, by the sea, 360, 379
Athens,12, 55, 99, 271, 296
Attainder,205
Atticus,21, 25, 30, 39, 56, 98, 99, 116, 119, 181, 185, 188, 197, 209 sqq., 234, 268, 283, 287, 306, 356, 364, 373, 414
Augurate and Auspices,194, 204, 257,
288
Augustine, St.,367
Aurelius Cotta, C.,18, 54
Aurelius Cotta, L.,114, 214
Authorship of Cicero,55, 112, 193 sq.,
289, 336; long established, 345; no longer interfered with, 355, 369, 400
Autobiographical,32, 225, 337

-479-

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