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  Cicero   (M. Tullius Cicero) - Roman orator; consul in 63 B.C.
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150/13 Supposed date of the conversation in Cicero's "de Senectute".
129/11 The dramatic date of Cicero's "De Re Publica".
129/19 The dramatic date of Cicero's "De Amicitia".
106/1 The birth of M.Tullius Cicero.
103/18 The birth of A.Cluentius of Larinum, the client of Cicero.
96/15 The birth of Terentia, wife of M.Cicero.
91/16 The dramatic setting of Cicero's dialogue "De Oratore".
91/41 Cicero shows signs of great ability while still at school.
90/37 Cicero finds many orators to listen to at Rome, even after the outbre
88/72 The death of A.Cluentius, father of Cicero's client.
85/38 M.Cicero completes his education with the Stoic philosopher Diodotus.
83/16 Cicero is a pupil of Philon, an Academic philosopher, who encourages
83/33 [Cic]:RhetHer_, the "Rhetorica ad Herennium" ascribed to Cicero.
82/51 Cicero is taken to listen to Pupius Piso.
82/52 L.Aelius teaches Cicero and Varro.
81/42 Cicero regularly listens to Molon during his stay in Rome.
81/64 Cic:Quinct_, Cicero's first surviving speech, in defence of P.Quincti
80/24 Cicero successfully defends Sex.Roscius on a charge of parricide.
79/7 Cicero asserts the rights of the inhabitants of Arretium to Roman cit
79/8 Cicero goes away to Greece, ostensibly to improve his health.
78/10 setting of the fifth book of Cicero's "de Finibus", which takes place
78/11 Cicero and Atticus attend the lectures of Phaedrus and Zenon, two Epi
78/12 Cicero and Atticus are taught philosophy at Athens by Antiochus of
78/28 Cicero visits the province of Asia, where he meets Rutilius and liste
77/8 Cicero studies rhetoric under Apollonius Molon in Rhodes.
77/17 Cicero returns to Rome.
77/39 Cicero quickly establishes a reputation as an orator, after his retur
76/14 Elections at Rome: Cicero, Cotta, and Hortensius are elected to vario
76/26 Cic:QRosc_, Cicero's speech in defence of Q.Roscius Comoedus.
75/20 Cicero sends corn from Sicily to Rome.
75/30 Cicero uncovers and restores Archimedes' tomb at Syracuse.
75/31 Cicero serves as quaestor in Sicily.
74/4 Cicero returns from Sicily and discovers that few have heard about
70/2 The Sicilians appeal to Cicero to take on the accusation of Verres
70/3 Cicero overcomes a challenge from Q.Caecilius, to be appointed the
70/5 Cicero goes to Sicily to collect evidence against Verres.
70/15 Cicero presents his evidence at the trial of Verres, who immediately
69/21 Cicero as aedile organises games, but without excessive expense.
69/22 Cic:Tul_, Cicero's speech in defence of M.Tullius.
69/23 Cic:Caecin_, Cicero's speech in defence of A.Caecina.
69/24 Cic:Font_, Cicero's speech in defence of M.Fonteius.
68/19 _1.5 & 1.6, the two earliest surviving letters of Cicero to Atticus.
67/5 Cic:Att_1.7-9, three letters of Cicero to Atticus.
67/11 Cic:Att_1.10, a letter of Cicero to Atticus.
67/20 Cic:Att_1.11, a letter of Cicero to Atticus.
67/27 ons for new consuls and praetors at Rome; Cicero is elected praetor.
67/36 Cic:Att_1.3, another letter of Cicero to Atticus.
66/3 gainst Mithridates to Pompeius; Cicero speaks in support of the law.
66/6 its suicide after being found guilty in a trial conducted by Cicero.
66/7 Cic:Att_1.4, a letter from Cicero to Atticus.
66/26 allius is accused of bribery by Calidius, and is defended by Cicero.
66/33 Cicero puts off the prosecution of Manilius until after the end of
66/38 Cic:Clu_, Cicero's speech defending A.Cluentius against a charge
66/39 Cicero takes part in regular practice sessions in oratory throughout
66/40 Cicero trades insults with Vatinius during a legal case.
66/41 finitions made by C.Aquillius Gallus, Cicero's colleague as praetor.
65/6 gain accused of treason, but he is defended by Cicero and acquitted.
65/10 Cic:Att_1.1 and 1.2, two letters of Cicero to Atticus.
65/19 province, but is opposed by his colleague Catulus, and by Cicero.
65/27 cius is accused of theft by L.Calenus, but he is defended by Cicero.
64/22 Cicero delivers a speech, "In toga candida", against his rival candid
64/28 Cicero and Antonius are elected to be consuls for the following year.
63/_ Consuls: M. Tullius M.f. Cicero, C. Antonius M.f. Hybrida
63/1 Cicero successfully opposes an agrarian law proposed by the tribune
63/4 Cicero procures the cooperation of his colleague Antonius, and of Ful
63/5 Cicero opposes some other proposals of the tribunes, including the
63/6 Caesar prosecutes C.Piso, who is defended by Cicero.
63/8 Cicero helps the equites to retain the privilege of special seats at
63/10 Caesar accuse C.Rabirius of treason, but he is defended by Cicero.
63/16 Cicero delivers a speech "about the children of the proscribed".
63/25 Cicero persuades the senate to pass a decree to prohibit bribery
63/28 etellus Celer is allocated the province of Gaul, in place of Cicero.
63/40 Cicero and Catulus both have dreams about the future greatness of Oct
63/45 Cicero informs the senate of the seriousness of the threat from Catil
63/55 ius and L.Vargunteius fail in an attempt to kill Cicero at his home.
63/56 Cicero speaks in the senate against Catilina; Catilina leaves Rome.
63/57 Cic:Cat_2, Cicero's second speech against Catilina, to an assembly
63/62 Cato prosecutes the consul-elect Murena, who is defended by Cicero.
63/69 forms another plot to murder Cicero, as part of a general insurrectio
63/74 Cicero is given the title "parens patriae", by either Catulus or Cato
63/79 Nepos attempts to prevent Cicero from making a statement at the
63/83 tants of Puteoli complain to Cicero about the behaviour of the quaest
63/87 iters of this period include Cicero, Caesar, Sallustius, Lucretius
63/89 omments on the consulship of Cicero, and the failure of Catilina's
62/2 epos renews his criticism of Cicero, but the senate protects Cicero
62/2 riticism of Cicero, but the senate protects Cicero from prosecution.
62/4 Cic:Fam_5.1-2, letters between Cicero and Metellus Celer.
62/12 Cic:Fam_5.7, a letter from Cicero to Pompeius.
62/19 Cic:Sull_, Cicero's speech in defence of P.Sulla.
62/29 5.5-6 and 7.23, letters from Cicero to C.Antonius, P.Sestius and M.Fa
62/32 Cic:Arch_, Cicero's speech in defence of the poet Archias.
61/1 Cic:Att_1.12, a letter from Cicero to Atticus.
61/3 Cic:Att_1.13, a letter from Cicero to Atticus.
61/4 Cic:Att_1.14, a letter from Cicero to Atticus, referring to pronounce
61/6 Cic:Att_1.15, a letter from Cicero to Atticus, announcing that Q.Cice
61/10 Cicero and Clodius argue in the senate.
61/13 Cic:Att_1.16, a letter from Cicero to Atticus.
61/25 etting of the second book of Cicero's Academica, a conversation in
61/28 Cicero speaks in the senate on behalf of the tax collectors in Asia.
61/30 Cic:Att_1.17, a letter from Cicero to Atticus, discussing ill feeling
60/1 Cic:Att_1.18, a letter from Cicero to Atticus.
60/2 tt_1.19, another letter from Cicero to Atticus, describing raids
60/8 Cic:Att_1.20, a letter of Cicero to Atticus.
60/11 Cic:Att_2.1, a letter of Cicero to Atticus.
60/18 Cic:Att_2.2 & 2.3, two letters from Cicero to Atticus.
59/1 Cicero observes the young Octavianus while accompanying the new consu
59/12 Cicero speaks in defence of C.Antonius, but Antonius is convicted of
59/20 Cicero composes a secret pamphlet against the triumvirate.
59/21 Cic:Att_2.4-15, letters from Cicero to Atticus, written while Cicero
59/22 2.17, two more letters from Cicero to Atticus, referring to proposal
59/26 Cicero rejects Caesar's offers of appointments, including a place on
59/32b losopher Diodotus lives with Cicero for many years, after he goes bli
59/33 QFr_1.1, a long letter of advice from Cicero to his brother Quintus.
59/34 t_2.18-21, four letters from Cicero to Atticus, written after his ret
59/38 Cic:Flac_, Cicero's speech in defence of L.Flaccus.
59/39 Cic:Att_2.22-25, letters from Cicero to Atticus.
59/41 Cic:QFr_1.2, another letter from Cicero to his brother Quintus.
59/46 Cicero unsuccessfully advises Pompeius to curtail his support for Cae
58/15 Cicero, anticipating the use of Clodius' law against himself, approac
58/16 demonstrate in support of Cicero, but Gabinius orders L.Lamia, one
58/17 The consuls support Clodius against Cicero.
58/18 The triumvirs offer no practical help to Cicero.
58/21 Cicero leaves Rome and goes into exile, without waiting for a trial.
58/22 Clodius passes another law, explicitly banishing Cicero.
58/23 Clodius seizes Cicero's possessions, and destroys his house in Rome.
58/26 Cicero has a dream foretelling his return, at Atina in Latium.
58/27 C.Vergilius warns Cicero not to cross to Sicily.
58/30 tt_3.1-7, letters written by Cicero during his journey down to Vibo,
58/31 Cic:Fam_14.4, a letter from Cicero to his wife Terentia, written
58/34 Cicero crosses over from Italy to Macedonia.
58/37 Cn.Plancius, as quaestor in Macedonia, welcomes and protects Cicero.
58/38 Cic:Att_3.8, a letter from Cicero to Atticus, written at Thessalonica
58/39 L.Ninnius proposes a motion for Cicero's recall.
58/41a Cic:QFr_1.3, letters from Cicero to Atticus and to his brother Qui
58/44 Fr_1.4, further letters from Cicero to Atticus and to his brother Qui
58/47 Cic:Att_3.15-16, two letters from Cicero to Atticus.
58/55 ic:Att_3.17-19, letters from Cicero to Atticus, written at Thessaloni
58/62 Cic:Fam_14.2, letters from Cicero to Atticus and to his wife Terent
58/63 the senate for the recall of Cicero, but it is vetoed by L.Aelius.
58/64 Sestius attempts to win Caesar's support for Cicero's return.
58/65 14.1-3, further letters from Cicero to Atticus and to his wife Terent
58/70 Pontus, where he is quaestor, to help his father-in-law Cicero.
57/1 urges the senate to recall Cicero, but the motion is blocked by the
57/2 Cic:Fam_5.4, letters from Cicero at Dyrrachium to Atticus and
57/3 abricius proposes a bill for Cicero's recall, but Clodius dispels the
57/5 Cic:Att_3.27, a short letter from Cicero to Atticus.
57/14 passes a decree instructing provincial governors to protect Cicero.
57/20 from throughout Italy to vote on a motion for the recall of Cicero.
57/21 Pompeius supports the campaign for Cicero's recall.
57/24 centuriate assembly, and vote in favour of Cicero's recall.
57/25 Cicero arrives at Brundisium.
57/29 Cicero receives an enthusiastic welcome on his return to Rome.
57/30 Cic:RedSen & Cic:RedPop, Cicero's speeches of thanks to the Roman sen
57/31 to be commissioner for the grain supply, at the proposal of Cicero.
57/32 Cic:Att_4.1, a letter from Cicero to Atticus, describing his triumpha
57/33 Cic:Dom, Cicero's speech against Clodius, in defence of his right to
57/36 Cic:Att_4.2, a letter from Cicero to Atticus, describing plans for
57/43 iolent attacks by Clodius on Cicero and his workmen, and retaliation
57/49 Cic:QFr_2.1, a letter from Cicero to his brother Quintus, describing
57/50 Cic:Fam_5.17, a letter from Cicero to P.Sittius.
56/2 Cic:QFr_2.2, a letter from Cicero to his brother Quintus in Sardinia.
56/3 Cic:Att_4.4, a short letter from Cicero to Atticus.
56/5 Cicero defends Bestia against a charge of bribery.
56/6 Cic:QFr_2.3, a letter from Cicero his his brother Quintus, describing
56/7 Cicero removes the tablets about his exile, which were placed on the
56/12 Cic:Vat, Cicero's invective against Vatinius, who is appearing as a
56/13 Cic:Sest, Cicero's speech in defence of P.Sestius, who is accused of
56/17 Cic:QFr_2.4-5, two letters from Cicero to his brother Quintus.
56/20 Cicero proposes a motion to revise Caesar's allotment of Campanian
56/22 Cic:Att_4'7, letters from Cicero, travelling in Latium, to his bro
56/24 Pompeius instructs Cicero (via his brother Quintus) to abandon the
56/27 Cic:Cael, Cicero's speech in defence of M.Caelius.
56/28 Cic:HarResp, Cicero's speech "On the answers of the Haruspices", rebu
56/33 Cic:ProvCon, Cicero's speech about the allocation of provinces for
56/34 ic:Att_4.5 & 4.8, letters from Cicero to Atticus, written at Antium.
56/48 Cic:Att_4.8a, a letter from Cicero to Atticus.
56/52 Cic:Balb, Cicero's speech in defence of L.Balbus' claim to Roman citi
56/53 & 13.6a, two letters from Cicero to Q.Valerius Orca, the governor
56/54 Cic:Fam_5.3, a letter from Metellus Nepos to Cicero.
56/55 Cicero attempts to buy a property at Lanuvium, because of the expense
55/9 Cic:QFr_2.8, a letter from Cicero to his brother Quintus, describing
55/14 Cic:Fam_5.12, a letter from Cicero to L.Lucceius.
55/15 Cic:Att_4.6 & 4.9-10, letters from Cicero to Atticus.
55/19 Cicero and some of the Syrians demand that Gabinius should be prosecu
55/23 Cic:Att_4.11, a letter from Cicero to Atticus.
55/30 Cic:Pis, Cicero's speech condemning Piso's conduct in Macedonia.
55/32 Cic:Fam_7.1, a letter from Cicero to M.Marius.
55/43 Cic:DeOr_, Cicero's treatise on rhetoric, "De Oratore".
55/43d Sarcastic comments of Cicero about Crassus.
55/46 Cic:Att_4.13, a letter from Cicero to Atticus.
55/47 Cic:QFr_2.9, a letter from Cicero to his brother Quintus.
54/1 Cic:Fam_5.8, a letter from Cicero to M.Crassus.
54/2 Cic:Planc, Cicero's speech in defence of Cn.Plancius, against a charg
54/3 Cic:QFr_2.10-12, three letters from Cicero to his brother Quintus.
54/7 Cic:Fam_7.5, a letter from Cicero to Caesar, recommending Trebatius.
54/11 Cic:QFr_2.13 , letters from Cicero to Atticus, Trebatius and his bro
54/15 Cic:QFr_2.14, letters from Cicero to Trebatius and to his brother
54/22 Cic:QFr_2.15, letters from Cicero to Atticus and to his brother Qui
54/23 Cicero and Calvus defend Messius on a charge of bribery.
54/29 Cicero is persuaded by Caesar to speak in defence of Vatinius.
54/33 Cic:QFr_2.16, letters from Cicero to Trebatius and to his brother
54/34 but he is acquitted, after Cicero and others speak in his defence.
54/40 Cic:QFr_3.1, a letter from Cicero to his brother Quintus, replying
54/43 Cicero starts to write his philosophical dialogue about the Republic.
54/44 Cic:QFr_3.2-5, letters from Cicero to Atticus, to Trebatius, and to
54/48 Cic:QFr_3.6, letters from Cicero to Atticus, to Trebatius, and to
54/54 Cic:QFr_3.7, letters from Cicero to Lentulus Spinther, to Trebatiu
54/57 Cic:RabPost_, Cicero's speech in defence of Rabirius Postumus.
54/58 Cic:Fam_13.40, a letter from Cicero to Q.Ancharius, governor of Maced
54/59 [Sall]:Cic_, a supposed invective of Sallustius against Cicero.
53/3 Cic:Fam_7.11 & 7.12, two letters from Cicero to Trebatius.
53/7 Cic:Fam_7'13, a letter from Cicero to Trebatius.
53/9 Cic:Fam_7'14, a letter from Cicero to Trebatius, written near the Pom
53/10 Fam_16.10 & 16.13-15, letters from Cicero to Tiro, written at Cumae.
53/16 Cic:Fam_2'1-3, letters from Cicero to the younger Curio.
53/18 Cic:Fam_16'16, a letter to Cicero from his brother Quintus.
53/25 Cic:Fam_2'4-5 & 7'14-15, letters from Cicero to Curio and Trebatius.
53/28 Cic:Fam_2'6, a letter from Cicero to Curio, supporting Milo as a cand
53/37 Cicero speaks in the senate, to rebut Clodius' claim that Milo's debt
52/15 Cicero is made an augur, in place of P.Crassus.
52/28 ius, despite a speech in his defence by Cicero, and goes into exile.
52/54 of the dialogue at Tusculum, in books 3 & 4 of Cicero's De Finibus.
52/69 Cic:Fam_5'16, a letter from Cicero to T.Fadius.
51/1 Cic:Fam_7.2 & 13.75, letters from Cicero to M.Marius and T.Titius.
51/5 Cic:Fam_3.2, a letter from Cicero to Appius Claudius.
51/7 Cic:Rep, Cicero's dialogue about the Republic.
51/13 Cic:Att_5.1-7, letters from Cicero to Atticus, written during Cicero'
51/14 Cic:Fam_8.1, a letter from Caelius to Cicero.
51/15 :Fam_3'3-4, two letters from Cicero to Appius Claudius, written at
51/18 Cic:Fam_8.2 & 8.3, two letters from Caelius to Cicero.
51/20 Atticus, written during Cicero's journey from Brundisium to Athe
51/22 Fam_2.8 & 13.1, letters from Cicero, at Athens, to Caelius and Memmiu
51/23 Atticus, written during Cicero's journey from Athens to Ephesus.
51/27 Cicero is amused by a large portrait of his brother Quintus, made whe
51/28 Cic:Fam_3.5, a letter from Cicero to Appius Claudius, written at Tral
51/29 Cicero arrives in the province of Cilicia, at Laodiceia.
51/30 Cic:Fam_8.4, a letter from Caelius to Cicero.
51/35 M.Brutus remain for some time in Cilicia, but fail to meet Cicero.
51/36 & Cic:Fam_3.6, letters from Cicero to Atticus and Appius Claudius.
51/39 Cic:Fam_8.5 & 8.9, two letters from Caelius to Cicero.
51/41 15.7-9 & 15.12, letters from Cicero to M.Cato, C.Marcellus, M.Marcell
51/42 tt_5.18-19, two letters from Cicero to Atticus, written near Cybistra
51/43 Cic:Fam_15.1-2, two dispatches from Cicero to the senate.
51/46 Cic:Fam_8.8, a letter from Caelius to Cicero.
51/47 :Fam_2.9 & 3.8, letters from Cicero to Caelius and Appius Claudius,
51/49 Cic:Fam_15'14, a letter from Cicero to C.Cassius.
51/54 Cic:Fam_2'10, a letter from Cicero to Caelius, written near Pindeniss
51/56 Dispatches from Cicero and C.Cassius, about the Parthian invasion of
51/59 Cicero captures the stronghold of the Cilician rebels at Pindenissum.
51/60 Cic:Fam_2'7 & 15'4, letters from Cicero to C.Curio and M.Cato.
50/1 _15.10-11 & 15.13, letters from Cicero to L.Paullus and C.Marcellus.
50/5 Att_5.21 & 6.1, letters from Cicero to Atticus, written at Laodiceia.
50/6 Cic:Fam_13.58-59, letters from Cicero to C.Titius and M.Curtius.
50/7 .6, a letter from Caelius to Cicero, announcing that Curio has become
50/9 Cic:Fam_7.32 & 9.25, letters from Cicero to Volumnius and Paetus.
50/10 Cic:Fam_2.14, a letter from Cicero to Caelius.
50/13 approve a supplication for Cicero's victories in Cilicia, despite
50/15 Cic:Fam_2.11, a letter from Cicero to Caelius.
50/16 -57 & 13.61-65, letters from Cicero to Minucius Thermus and P.Silius.
50/17 Cic:Att_6.2, a letter from Cicero to Atticus.
50/18 Cic:Fam_8.7 & 8.11, two letters from Caelius to Cicero.
50/20 Cic:Fam_2.13 & 2.18, letters from Cicero to Caelius and Q.Thermus.
50/23 Tullia, the daughter of Cicero, marries P.Dolabella.
50/26 & Cic:Fam_2.19, letters from Cicero to Atticus and Coelius Caldus.
50/27 Cic:Fam_2.12 & 8.13, letters of Cicero to and from Caelius.
50/30 General comments on Cicero's conduct as governor of Cilicia.
50/31 Cic:Fam_15.6, letters from Cicero to Atticus and Cato, written
50/32 m_2.17 & 15.11, letters from Cicero to Cn.Sallustius and C.Marcellus.
50/36 Cic:Fam_8.14, a letter from Caelius to Cicero.
50/37 Cic:Fam_2.15, letters from Cicero to Atticus and Caelius, written
50/41 Cicero talks to the philosopher Aristus at Athens, during his journey
50/42 Cic:Fam_14.5, letters from Cicero to Atticus and to his wife Terent
50/45 Cic:Fam_16.1-9, letters from Cicero to Atticus and Tiro, written
50/46 Cic:Fam_8.12, a letter from Caelius to Cicero.
50/54 Cic:Att_7.3-9, letters from Cicero to Atticus, mostly written at Form
50/55 ing of the dialogue in the first two books of Cicero's "De Finibus".
49/2 Cicero arrives at Rome.
49/3 Cicero tries in vain to arrange a reconciliation between Caesar and
49/11 Cic:Fam_14.14 & 14.18, two letters from Cicero to Terentia.
49/14 Cic:Att_7.10-16, seven letters from Cicero to Atticus.
49/15 Cic:Fam_16.8 & 16.11-12, three letters from Cicero to Tiro.
49/16 m_5.20 & 13.48, letters from Cicero to Mescinius Rufus and Sextilius
49/20 Cic:Att_7.17-8.12, twenty-two letters from Cicero to Atticus.
49/23 Cic:Fam_8.15, a letter from Caelius to Cicero.
49/28 .17, twenty-four letters from Cicero to Atticus, written at Formiae.
49/29 Caesar visits Cicero at Formiae, but fails to win his support.
49/34 Cic:Att_10.8b, a letter from Caesar to Cicero.
49/35 Cic:Fam_8.16, a letter from Caelius to Cicero.
49/37 Cic:Att_9.19-10.7, ten letters from Cicero to Atticus.
49/38 m_4.1-2 & 5.19, letters from Cicero to Ser.Sulpicius and Mescinius
49/39 Cic:Fam_2.16, a letter from Cicero to Caelius.
49/43 tt_10.8-18, twelve letters from Cicero to Atticus, written at Cumae.
49/44 Cicero and others leave Italy to join Pompeius.
49/62 Cicero makes some inappropriate jokes, while staying in the camp
48/4 Cic:Att_11.1, a letter from Cicero to Atticus.
48/6 Cic:Fam_8.17, a letter from Caelius to Cicero.
48/10 Cic:Att_11.2, a letter from Cicero to Atticus.
48/11 rks that he is grateful that Cicero did not defend him more successfu
48/22 Cic:Fam_9.9, a letter from Dolabella to Cicero.
48/26 Cic:Att_11.3 & 11.4a, letters from Cicero to Atticus.
48/31 tt_11.4 & Cic:Fam_14.6, letters from Cicero to Atticus and Terentia.
48/43 Cicero refuses to lead Pompeius' remaining forces, and hastily leaves
48/64 Cicero returns to Brundisium, and Antonius arrives there shortly afte
48/71 Cic:Att_11.5-6, letters from Cicero to Atticus, written at Brundisium
48/72 Cic:Fam_14.12 & 14.19, two letters from Cicero to Terentia.
48/77 Cic:Att_11.7-8, letters from Cicero to Atticus, written at Brundisium
48/78 Cic:Fam_14.9 & 14.17, two letters from Cicero to Terentia.
47/6 tt_11.9-10, two letters from Cicero to Atticus, written at Brundisium
47/7 Cic:Fam_14.16, a letter from Cicero to his wife Terentia.
47/15 Cic:Att_11.11-13, letters from Cicero to Atticus.
47/20 Cic:Att_11.14, a letter from Cicero to Atticus.
47/25 Cic:Att_11.15, a letter from Cicero to Atticus.
47/31 Cic:Fam_14.8 & 14.21, two letters from Cicero to his wife Terentia.
47/32 Cic:Att_11.16-18, letters from Cicero to Atticus.
47/33 Cic:Fam_14.11 & 14.15, two letters from Cicero to his Terentia.
47/38 Cic:Att_11.23 & 11.25, two letters from Cicero to Atticus.
47/39 Cic:Fam_14.10 & 14.13, two letters from Cicero to his wife Terentia.
47/40 Cic:Att_11.19, a letter from Cicero to Atticus.
47/46 Cic:Att_11.24 & 11.20-21, letters from Cicero to Atticus.
47/47 Cic:Fam_14.23-24, letters from Cicero to his wife Terentia.
47/48 Cic:Fam_15.15, a letter from Cicero to C.Cassius.
47/50 Cic:Fam_14.22, a letter from Cicero to his wife Terentia.
47/51 Cic:Att_11.22, a letter from Cicero to Atticus.
47/54 Cicero meets Caesar at Brundisium, and is treated with respect.
47/55 Cic:Fam_14.20, a letter from Cicero to Terentia, written near Venusia
47/64 Cicero divorces Terentia.
46/16 c:Fam_13.29 & 13.44, letters from Cicero to L.Plancus and Q.Gallius.
46/17 Cic:Fam_13.74, a letter from Cicero to Q.Philippus.
46/21 Cic:Fam_9.1, a letter from Cicero to M.Varro.
46/30 :Att_12.2 & Cic:Fam_9.2-3, letters from Cicero to Atticus and Varro.
46/31 Cic:Fam_5.21 & 7.3, letters from Cicero to L.Mescinius and M.Marius.
46/37 _12.3-4 & Cic:Fam_6.22, letters from Cicero to Atticus and Domitius.
46/38 Cic:Fam_9.4-5 & 7, letters from Cicero to Varro.
46/39 Cic:Brut_, Cicero's "Brutus" - a description of the leading Roman ora
46/42 c:Att_12.5c & Cic:Fam_9.6, letters from Cicero to Atticus and Varro.
46/43 Cic:Orat_, Cicero's "Orator" - a book addressed to M.Brutus.
46/45 t_12.5 & Cic:Fam_7.33, letters from Cicero to Atticus and Volumnius.
46/46 Cic:Fam_16.17 & 19 & 22, letters from Cicero to Tiro.
46/47 Cic:Fam_9.16 & 18, letters from Cicero to Paetus.
46/48 Cicero publishes a book in praise of Cato.
46/51 Cic:Fam_13.73, a letter from Cicero to Q.Philippus.
46/54 Cic:Fam_4.8 & 13, letters from Cicero to Marcellus and Figulus.
46/55 7.28 & 9.19-20, letters from Cicero to M.Curius and Papirius Paetus.
46/57 M.Marcellus from exile, following a speech in the senate by Cicero.
46/62 Cic:Fam_4.7 & 4.9, two letters from Cicero to M.Marcellus.
46/63 Cic:Fam_5.13 & 5.16, letters from Cicero to Lucceius and Titius.
46/64 6.10 & 6.12-13, letters from Cicero to Trebianus, Ampius and Ligarius
46/65 Cic:Fam_4.3-4, two letters from Cicero to Sulpicius.
46/66 :Fam_9.17 & 12.17-18, letters from Cicero to Paetus and Cornificius.
46/72 Cic:Fam_4.11 & 6.6, letters from Cicero to Marcellus and Caecina.
46/73 c:Fam_13.68 & 13.77, letters from Cicero to Servilius and Sulpicius.
46/76 Cic:Lig_, Cicero's speech in defence of Q.Ligarius.
46/77 Cic:OptGen_, Cicero's treatise "De Optimo Genere Oratorum".
46/79 :Att_12.8 & Cic:Fam_9.15, letters from Cicero to Atticus and Paetus.
46/83 Cic:Fam_7.4. a letter from Cicero to M.Marius, written at Cumae.
46/84 Cic:Fam_9.23 & 9.26, two letters from Cicero to Paetus.
46/85 12.1 & 12.9-11, letters from Cicero to Atticus, written at Astura and
46/89 Cicero marries Publilia, a wealthy young girl.
46/90 :Fam_15.18 & 15.20-21, letters from Cicero to Cassius and Trebonius.
46/91 m_4.10 & 6.7-9, letters from Cicero to Marcellus, Caecina and Furfani
46/92 Cic:Fam_7.23 & 7.26, two letters from Cicero to Gallus.
46/93 Cic:Fam_13.66, a letter from Cicero to P.Servilius.
46/95 .10-14 & 17-28, letters from Cicero to M.Brutus and Servius Sulpicius
46/96 Fam_13.45-46 & 13.79, letters from Cicero to Appuleius and Allienus.
45/1 Cic:Fam_6.1 & 6.3-5, letters from Cicero to Torquatus and Caecina.
45/2 Cic:Fam_15.16-17 & 15.19, letters of Cicero to and from Cassius.
45/3 Cic:Fam_6.18 & 6.21, letters from Cicero to Q.Lepta and C.Toranius.
45/4 Cic:Fam_9.10 & 9.13, letters from Cicero to Dolabella.
45/5 Cic:Fam_4.14-15 & 13.16, letters from Cicero to Plancius and Caesar.
45/9 The death of Tullia, the daughter of Cicero.
45/13 am_4.5, letters from Cicero to Atticus and from Sulpicius to Cicero.
45/17 Cic:Fam_6.2, a letter from Cicero to Torquatus.
45/18 Cic:Fam_4.6 & 9.11, letters from Cicero to Sulpicius and Dolabella.
45/23 tes a pamphlet "Anti-Cato" in response to Cicero's encomium of Cato.
45/24 Cic:Att_12.5a-6 & 12.35-53, letters from Cicero to Atticus.
45/25 Cic:Att_13.1-2b & 13.26-32, letters from Cicero to Atticus.
45/26 & 4.12, letters from Cicero to Orca and from Sulpicius to Cicero.
45/27 Cic:Fam_5.14-15, letters of Cicero to and from Lucceius.
45/32 Cic:Fin_, Cicero's philosophical treatise "De finibus bonorum et malo
45/33 Cic:Acad_, Cicero's philosophical treatise "Academica".
45/34 Cic:Att_13.3-19 & 13.33, letters from Cicero to Atticus.
45/35 Cic:Fam_6.11 & 13.4, letters from Cicero to Trebianus and Orca.
45/38 Cic:Tusc_, Cicero's philosophical treatise "Tusculan Disputations".
45/39 Cic:Att_13.20-25 & 13.35-36, letters from Cicero to Atticus.
45/40 Cic:Att_13.43-44, further letters from Cicero to Atticus.
45/41 5.9 & 9.8, letters from Vatinius to Cicero and from Cicero to Varro.
45/46 Cicero divorces Publilia.
45/47 Cic:ND_, Cicero's philosophical treatise "De Natura Deorum".
45/48 Cic:Att_13.34 & 13.37-51, letters from Cicero to Atticus.
45/49 .19-21 & 7.24-25, letters from Cicero to Lepta, Toranius and Gallus.
45/56 13.7, letters from M'.Curius to Cicero and from Cicero to C.Cluvius.
45/60 Cic:Deiot_, Cicero's speech in defence of king Deiotarus.
45/64 Caesar visits Cicero, near Puteoli.
45/65 Cic:Sen_, Cicero's treatise "De Senectute".
45/66 _13.42 & Cic:Fam_9.12, letters from Cicero to Atticus and Dolabella.
45/67 Cic:Fam_5.10-11, letters of Cicero to and from Vatinius.
45/69 Cic:Fam_13.5 & 13.8, letters from Cicero to Orca and Rutilius.
45/70 Cic:Fam_9.22 & 16.18-20, letters from Cicero to Paetus and Tiro.
45/76 c:Fam_13.30-39, letters from Cicero to Acilius, proconsul in Sicily.
45/82 The grammarian Curtius Nicias is a close friend of Cicero.
44/100 Cic:Att_16.7, a letter from Cicero to Atticus.
44/101 Cicero orders his son to stop meeting the rhetorician Gorgias.
44/103 summons a meeting of the senate, but Cicero decides not to attend.
44/104 Cicero makes a speech (the "First Philippic") at another meeting
44/106 Octavianus visits Cicero and wins some support from him.
44/109 Cicero offends Antonius by speaking in defence of Sicca.
44/110 of the senate, Antonius rebukes Cicero in a strongly worded speech.
44/113 Cic:Fam_12.2, a letter from Cicero to Cassius.
44/115 Cic:Fam_11.2 & 11.6, letters of Cicero to and from D.Brutus.
44/116 m_10.1-2 & 12.20-22, letters from Cicero to Plancus and Cornificius.
44/119 ic:Fam_12.3 & 12.23, letters from Cicero to Cassius and Cornificius.
44/120 Cic:Fam_11.27-28, letters of Cicero to and from Matius.
44/121 Cic:Fam_16.25, letters from Cicero to Atticus and from M.Cicero Juni
44/124 Cic:Amic_, Cicero's treatise "De Amicitia" (On Friendship).
44/127 tt_16.8-15 & Cic:Fam_16.24, letters from Cicero to Atticus and Tiro.
44/128 Cic:Off_, Cicero's treatise "De Officiis" (On Duties).
44/136 Cic:Phil_2, Cicero's "Second Philippic", a passionate invective again
44/137 Cicero returns to Rome.
44/138 Cic:Fam_10.3, a letter from Cicero to Plancus.
44/142 :Phil_3 & 4, two speeches of Cicero, to the Roman senate and people.
44/143 1.5-7 & 12.22a, letters from Cicero to Decimus Brutus and Cornificius
44/145 16.26-27, letters from Plancus to Cicero and from Q.Cicero to Tiro
44/15 Cic:Fam_7.30 & 13.50, letters from Cicero to Curius and Acilius.
44/25 Cic:Fam_7.31, a letter from Cicero to Curius.
44/48 Cic:Fam_6.16, a letter from Pompeius Bithynicus to Cicero.
44/59 Cic:Div_, Cicero's treatise "De Divinatione".
44/66 Cic:Att_14.1-14, letters from Cicero to Atticus.
44/68 Cic:Fam_9.14 & 12.1, letters from Cicero to Dolabella and Cassius.
44/73 _12.16, letters from Cicero to Atticus and from Trebonius to Cicero.
44/74 Cic:Fam_6.16 & 16.23, letters from Cicero to Bithynicus and Tiro.
44/79 Cicero meets Brutus and Cassius at Antium, after they are offered an
44/80 Cicero declines the offer of an appointment to serve on the staff of
44/81 -25 & Cic:Fam_7.21-22, letters from Cicero to Atticus and Trebatius.
44/82 Cic:Fam_11.29, a letter from Cicero to Oppius.
44/83 Cicero decides to travel to Greece.
44/85 Att_16.16a-16f, letters from Cicero to Plancus, Capito and Cupiennius
44/87 Cic:Top_, the "Topica", a rhetorical treatise by Cicero.
44/90 6.6 & Cic:Fam_7.19-20, letters from Cicero to Atticus and Trebatius.
44/96a Cicero arrives at Syracuse.
44/98 Cicero decides to return home, after being driven back by contrary
44/99 M.Brutus meets Cicero at Velia.
43/10 Cic:Phil_7, a speech of Cicero encouraging the senate to remain vigil
43/11 Cicero practices declamation with Hirtius and Pansa.
43/114 Various sayings of Cicero.
43/115 Cicero is killed by the soldiers of the triumvirs, after being includ
43/116 the life and character of M.Cicero, as an orator and a politician.
43/117 abuse the severed head of Cicero, which is placed on the rostra
43/13 :Fam_10.5 & 11.8, letters from Cicero to Plancus and Decimus Brutus.
43/14 Cic:Fam_9.24 & 12.24, letters from Cicero to Paetus and Cornificius.
43/15 & Cic:EpFr_4'16, letters from Cicero to Trebonius and Octavianus.
43/19 Cic:Phil_10, a speech of Cicero about the successes of M.Brutus in
43/20 Cic:Fam_12.4-5, two letters from Cicero to Cassius.
43/23 Cicero is afraid to travel outside Rome on the day of the Terminalia.
43/28 12, two further speeches by Cicero, concerning war against Dolabella
43/31 Cic:Fam_10.31, a letter from Pollio to Cicero, sent from Corduba.
43/32 Cic:Phil_13, a speech of Cicero in reply to an open letter from Anton
43/33 Cic:Fam_10.6 & 10.27, letters from Cicero to Plancus and Lepidus.
43/37 Cic:Fam_12.6-7 & 12.11, letters of Cicero to and from Cassius.
43/38 Cic:Fam_10.7-8 & 10.10, letters of Cicero to and from Plancus.
43/39 Cic:Fam_12.25 & 12.28, two letters from Cicero to Cornificius.
43/44 ^(2.1) letters of Cicero to and from M.Brutus.
43/45 Cic:Phil_14, a speech of Cicero, proposing a supplication to mark the
43/54 Cic:Fam_10.9 & 10.11-12, letters of Cicero to and from Plancus.
43/55 Cic:Fam_11.9 & 11.13b, letters from Decimus Brutus to Cicero.
43/56 Cic:Fam_12.26-27 & 12.29, letters from Cicero to Cornificius.
43/57 <^(1.2a) letters from Cicero to M.Brutus.
43/59 Cic:Fam_12.12, a letter from Cassius to Cicero.
43/60 Cic:Fam_11.10-13, letters of Cicero to and from Decimus Brutus.
43/61 <^(1.4)letters of Cicero to and from M.Brutus.
43/66 Cic:EpFr_4'1-6'5, letters between Cicero and Octavianus.
43/67 :Fam_11.11.18-20 & 11.23, letters between Cicero and Decimus Brutus.
43/68 4-15, letters from Lentulus Spinther to Cicero and the Roman senate.
43/70 Cic:Fam_10.13-21a, letters of Cicero to and from Plancus.
43/71 Cic:Fam_10.34-35, letters from Lepidus to Cicero.
43/72 c:Fam_10.25 & 12.25a, lettes from Cicero to Furnius and Cornificius.
43/73 >(1.1, 6) letters of Cicero to and from M.Brutus.
43/74 Cic:Fam_11.21 & 11.24-26, letters of Cicero to and from D.Brutus.
43/75 .32-33 & 12.13, letters from Pollio and Cassius Parmensis to Cicero.
43/79 Fam_11.13a-16 & 11.25, letters of Cicero to and from Decimus Brutus.
43/80 Cic:Fam_10.22-23, letters of Cicero to and from Plancus.
43/81 c:Fam_10.26 & 12.30, letters from Cicero to Furnius and Cornificius.
43/82 Cic:Fam_11.17, a letter from Cicero to (?) M.Brutus.
43/83 >(1.2, 7) letters of Cicero to and from M.Brutus.
43/85 Cic:Fam_12.8-10, letters from Cicero to Cassius.
43/86 _10.29 & 11.22, letters from Cicero to Appius Pulcher and Decimus Bru
43/89 1.12, 18) letters of Cicero to and from M.Brutus.
43/90 Cic:Fam_10.24, a letter from Plancus to Cicero.
43/94 [Cic]:AdOct_, a supposed letter from Cicero to Octavianus.
Plutarch,- PLUTARCH, Cicero
[sallustius],- [SALLUSTIUS], In M.Tullium Ciceronem Oratio
Asconius,- ASCONIUS, Commentaries on Cicero

  Cicero 2   (M. Tullius Cicero) - grandfather of the orator
115/12 remarks on the diligence of M.Cicero, the grandfather of the orator.

  Cicero 3   (M. Tullius Cicero) - father of the orator
64/19 comments on the character of Cicero's father, who died shortly before

  Cicero 4   (Q. Tullius Cicero) - brother of the orator; Roman praetor in 62 B.C.
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69/28 Q.Cicero marries Pomponia, the sister of Atticus.
66/23 Q.Cicero is elected aedile for the following year.
64/13 :Pet, the "Commentariolum Petitionis", probably written by Q.Cicero.
62/12a Cicero sends another, very long, letter to Pompeius, boasting of his
61/6 to Atticus, announcing that Q.Cicero has been appointed to be govern
61/8 Atticus declines an offer to go out to Asia with Q.Cicero.
61/30 ero to Atticus, discussing ill feeling between Atticus and Q.Cicero.
60/26 Q.Cicero refuses to reverse the conviction of Heracleides of Temnus,
59/33 QFr_1.1, a long letter of advice from Cicero to his brother Quintus.
59/41 Cic:QFr_1.2, another letter from Cicero to his brother Quintus.
59/54 Q.Cicero has a premonition of his brother's exile.
58/41a :QFr_1.3, letters from Cicero to Atticus and to his brother Quintus.
58/44 further letters from Cicero to Atticus and to his brother Quintus.
57/3 spels the assembly by violence; Q.Cicero is wounded in the fighting.
57/49 from Cicero to his brother Quintus, describing a meeting of the sen
56/2 ic:QFr_2.2, a letter from Cicero to his brother Quintus in Sardinia.
56/6 from Cicero his his brother Quintus, describing recent events at Rom
56/17 Cic:QFr_2.4-5, two letters from Cicero to his brother Quintus.
56/22 Cicero, travelling in Latium, to his brother Quintus and to Atticus.
56/24 ucts Cicero (via his brother Quintus) to abandon the motion about Cam
56/56a Cicero writes a speech for the tribune L.Racilius, a vigorous opponen
55/9 from Cicero to his brother Quintus, describing his meetings with
55/47 Cic:QFr_2.9, a letter from Cicero to his brother Quintus.
54/3 Cic:QFr_2.10-12, three letters from Cicero to his brother Quintus.
54/11 letters from Cicero to Atticus, Trebatius and his brother Quintus.
54/15 r_2.14, letters from Cicero to Trebatius and to his brother Quintus.
54/22 QFr_2.15, letters from Cicero to Atticus and to his brother Quintus.
54/33 r_2.16, letters from Cicero to Trebatius and to his brother Quintus.
54/40 from Cicero to his brother Quintus, replying to several letters sen
54/44 from Cicero to Atticus, to Trebatius, and to his brother Quintus.
54/48 from Cicero to Atticus, to Trebatius, and to his brother Quintus.
54/50 Ambiorix besieges Q.Cicero in his winter camp in the territory of the
54/51 ebel Gauls, and forces them to abandon the siege of Q.Cicero's camp.
54/54 cero to Lentulus Spinther, to Trebatius, and to his brother Quintus.
53/18 Cic:Fam_16.16, a letter to Cicero from his brother Quintus.
53/33 bri, a German tribe, make a surprise attack on the camp of Q.Cicero.
51/27 arge portrait of his brother Quintus, made when Quintus was governor
44/145 16.26-27, letters from Plancus to Cicero and from Q.Cicero to Tiro.
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Nepos:Att_16 hat not even his brother Quintus was dearer or more closel
Nepos:Att_* 5-7 * rried to Quintus Tullius Cicero; and Marcus Cicero had bee
NicDam_130.111 Vibius, Lucius and especially Cicero. Octavianus was not
Polyaen_08.23.6 eived intelligence, that Cicero, who was besieged by the

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44/121 25, letters from Cicero to Atticus and from M.Cicero Junior to Tiro.
42/36 M.Cicero, Domitius, M.Lollius, Paulus, Petronius and other followers
30/32 M.Cicero junior, as consul in Rome, receives the official news of the


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