Cicero: A Sketch of His Life and Works

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Abeken, 455.
Academica,14, 32(n.20), 37, 53, 55, 58f., 378-81, 422.
Academica, selections from, 459-461.
Academicians, 36, 51, 53f., 57, 330, 367, 387, 398ff., 403, 405f., 578f. See also undernames of Stoic writers.
Academy, the, 50ff., 57ff., 68, 383, 443. See also under names of Stoic writers.
Achaia, made Roman province, 27.
Acta: diurna populi Romani; senatus et populi.See Rome, s. v. publication of news in; senate of.
Ad Atticum,56, 69, 72(n.7), 118(n.89), 157ff., 161(n.21), 119(n.9)f., 193ff., 196, 198, 200(n.28)f., 204ff., 209ff., 215(n.66), 220f., 223f., 241ff., 245, 253ff., 256ff., 260(n.70)f., 267ff., 276ff., 279, 282f., 286ff., 331, 334(n.19f.), 354, 374, 378ff., 384, 391, 398, 413ff., 423, 426, 428f., 451(n.20).
Ad Atticum, selections from, 461-463.
Ad Brut.,280, 302, 304(n.77), 306, 311f., 317.
Ad Brutum Orator, selections from, 557- 559.
Ad Cornelium Nepotem, selections from, 463.
Ad Fam.,52(n.14), 69, 202(n.33), 215, 217, 220, 222f., 241(n.21), 244, 246ff., 256279, 281, 284(n.50), 301, 304(n. 76)f., 309(n.90), 311, 352, 398(n.27), 414(n.9), 420, 422, 424, 440; to Basilius, 249, 266; to Brutus, 253; to Caelius Rufus, 408; to Caesar, 219; to Cassius, 267; to Curio, 149(n.39); to Curius, 262; to Dolabella, 279; to Lepidus, 300; to Ligarius, 250; to Marius, 230ff.; to Paetus, 17; to Plancius, 231, 243, 318; to Plancus, 300; to S'ervius Sulpicius, 248; to Sestius, 196; to Sulpicius Rufus, 251f.; to Terentia, 204ff., 229, 240; to Tiro, 47(n.3), 159(n.16), 421, 426; to Titus Titius, 252; to Trebatius, 353; to Trebonius, 426;. to Varro, 231, 242, 378; to Volumnius, 17.
Ad Familiares, selections from, 463-470.
Ad Marcum Brutum Orator,53(n.16), 90(n.9), 259, 388ff., 348ff.
Ad Quintum Fratrem,74, 206, 219, 363 (n.20), 423, 425, 435. See also De Oratore.
Ad Quintum Fratrem, selections from, 470-471.
Ad Quirites,211, 471.
Ad Trebat.See Topica ad C. Trebat.
Aelius, 49.
Aeschines, 350ff.
Aeschylus of Cnidos, 68.
Afranius, 197, 23
Africanus. See Scipio Africanus.
Agrippa, 420(n.24).
Agrippina. See Agrippa.
Ahenobarbus, Domitius, 50, 151, 225, 295. See also Cicero, s. v. Portia, funeral oration for.
Alcuin, Cicero included by, in famous library, 448.
Alexander, 428f.; effects of conquests of, 28.
Allen and Greenough, 134(n.13).
Allobroges, conspiracy with. See Catiline.
Ambrose, 67; De Officiis Ministrorum of, 9; De Tobia of, 9.
Annales Maximi,410f. See also Rome.
Antiochus of Askalon, 53f., 56ff., 67f., 378, 383; Acad. Pr. of, 57(n.28).
Antipater, 36, 37; influence of, on De Officiis,373, 376.
Antisthenes, 399.
Antistius, 86.
Antonines, 44.
Antonius, Caius (colleague of Cicero), 84f., 194ff., 325, 333f., 345, 433; called Teukris, 196.
Antonius, Marcus, 25, 50, 81, 243, 418; Atticus, relation of, to, 419f.; career of, 270ff.; consulship of, 225, 271; defeat of, at Mutina, 302; imperial ambition of, 270f., 275, 284ff., 437f.; Milo, trial of, relation to, of, 151; mother of, 291; Octavius, league with, of, 309ff.; proscription of, 203ff.; wife of, 291
-- Caesar, crowning of, by, 263; funeral oration for, of, 272f.; service under, of, 235; -- Cicero, orations of, against, 280f., 288ff.; proposed embassy of, to, 298f.; relation of, to, 194, 229, 267, 436. See also Caesar, Cicero, Octavius, Philippica.
Ap. Ascon. in Cornel.,101(n.42).
Appelicon, library of. See Aristotle.
Appian, B. C. of, 110(n.62), 112, (n.71, 73), 115(n.82), 118(n.89), 120(n.95), 121(n.97f.), 122(n. 102), 196(n.22), 199(n.26), 209, 261f., 268, 273(n.7), 274(n.9), 276(n.12), 284, 291(n.44), 298(n.58), 439; Mith. of, 197(n.23).
See also Cicero, s. v. literary defamers of.
Appius, 101, 339.
Aquilius, C., 125.
Aquilius, Manius, 78.
Arati Phaenomena.See Cicero, s. v. poetical works of.
Arati Prognostica.See Cicero, s. v. poetical works of.
Aratus, 7. See also Cicero, s. v. poetical works of; De Nat. Deor.
Arcesilaus, 53f., 58ff., 367.
Archias: defense of, 147f.; teacher of Cicero, 49, 70. See alsoPro Archia.
Aristo of Chios, 386, 394.
Aristotle, 399, 419, 443, 448; civic basis of theories of, 28; De Finibus, speaker in, 381; definition of, of city-state, 23;

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