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Author Zeiner-Carmichael, Noelle K
Title Roman Letters : An Anthology
Imprint Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2013
©2014
book jacket
Edition 1st ed
Descript 1 online resource (221 pages)
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
Note Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of Figures -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- A Note on Translation -- List of Abbreviations -- Maps -- Chapter 1 Letters and Letter-Writing in Ancient Rome -- Chapter 2 The Roman Republic (70 BCE-27 BCE) -- 1-49 Cicero -- 1 Cicero to Atticus (Att. 1.5) Rome, November 68 BCE -- 2 Cicero to Atticus (Att. 1.1) Rome, July 17, 65 BCE -- 3 Cicero to Atticus (Att. 1.2) Rome, July 65 BCE -- 4 Q. Metellus Celer to M. Cicero (Fam. 5.1) Cisalpine Gaul, January 62 BCE -- 5 Cicero to Metellus Celer (Fam. 5.2) Rome, January or February 62 BCE -- 6 Cicero to Pompey (Fam. 5.7) Rome, June 62 BCE -- 7 Cicero to Atticus (Att. 1.13) January 25, 61 BCE -- 8 Cicero to Atticus (Att. 1.14) Rome, February 13, 61 BCE -- 9 Cicero to Atticus (Att. 2.14) Formiae, April 59 BCE -- 10 Cicero to Atticus (Att. 3.3) Near Capua, late March 58 BCE -- 11 Cicero to Terentia, Tullia and Marcus (Fam. 14.4) Brundisium, April 29, 58 BCE -- 12 Cicero to Terentia, Tullia and Marcus (Fam. 14.2) Thessalonica, October 5, 58 BCE -- 13 Cicero to Atticus (Att. 3.13) Thessalonica, August 5, 58 BCE -- 14 Cicero to Atticus (Att. 4.1) Rome, September 10, 57 BCE -- 15 Cicero to L. Lucceius (Fam. 5.12) April 12, 55 BCE -- 16 Cicero to Marius (Fam. 7.1) Rome, October 55 BCE -- 17 Cicero to G. Julius Caesar (Fam. 7.5) Rome, February 54 BCE -- 18 Cicero to Trebatius (Fam. 7.7) Cumae, June 54 BCE -- 19 Cicero to Trebatius (Fam. 7.8) Rome, June 54 BCE -- 20 Cicero to his brother Quintus (Quint. 2.16) August 54 BCE -- 21 Quintus to his brother Marcus Tullius (Fam. 16.16) Gaul, end of May/beginning of June 53 BCE -- 22 Cicero to Caelius Rufus (Fam. 2.11) Laodicea, April 4, 50 BCE -- 23 Cato to Cicero (Fam. 15.5) Late June 50 BCE -- 24 Cicero to Cato (Fam. 15.6) Cilicia, September 50 BCE -- 25 Marcus Caelius Rufus to Cicero (Fam. 8.14) Rome, September 50
26 Cicero to Tiro (Fam. 16.4) Leucas, November 7, 50 BCE -- 27 Cicero to Atticus (Att. 7.6) Formiae, December 18, 50 BCE -- 28 Cicero to Terentia and Tullia, and Marcus to his mother and sister (Fam. 14.14) Minturnae, January 23, 49 BCE -- 29 Cicero to Atticus (Att. 8.3) Cales, February 18-19, 49 BCE -- 30 Caesar to Oppius and Cornelius Balbus (at Rome) (Att. 9.7C) March 5, 49 BCE -- 31 Caesar to Cicero (Att. 9.6A) outside Brundisium, March 49 BCE -- 32 Cicero to Caesar (Att. 9.11A) Formiae, March 19-20, 49 BCE -- 33 Cicero to Atticus (Att. 9.18 ) Formiae, March 28, 49 BCE -- 34 Cicero to Varro (Fam. 9.1) Late 47 or 46 BCE -- 35 Cicero to Terentia (Fam. 14.20) Venusia, October 1, 47 BCE -- 36 Cicero to P. Paetus (Fam. 9.21) Rome, August 46 BCE -- 37 Cicero to P. Paetus (Fam. 9.26) Rome, November (?) 46 BCE -- 38 Cicero to Fadius Gallus (Fam. 7.23) Rome, May 46 BCE -- 39 Cicero to Fadius Gallus (Fam. 7.26) Tusculum, late 46 or early 45 BCE -- 40 Cicero to Cassius (Fam. 15.17) Rome, January 46 BCE -- 41 Cicero to Atticus (Att. 12.15) Astura, March 9, 45 BCE -- 42 Sulpicius Rufus to Cicero (at Astura) (Fam. 4.5) Rome, March 45 BCE -- 43 Cicero to Rufus (Fam. 4.6) Ficulea, April 45 BCE -- 44 Cicero to Atticus (Att. 13.15) Arpinum, June 25, 45 BCE -- 45 Cicero to Atticus (Att. 13.44) Tusculum, July 20, 45 BCE -- 46 Cicero to Cassius (Fam. 12.3) Rome, sometime after October 2, 44 BCE -- 47 Cicero to Cassius (Fam. 12.4) Rome, February 3, 43 BCE -- 48 Cicero to Atticus (Att. 16.9) Puteoli, November 44 -- 49 Cicero to Brutus (Ad Brut. 1.3) Rome, April 21, 43 BCE -- 50 Catiline -- 50 Letter embedded in Bellum Catilinae (Cat. 34-35) -- 51-53 Catullus -- 51 Catullus 13 -- 52 Catullus 35 -- 53 Catullus 68 -- Chapter 3 The Augustan Age (27 BCE-14 CE) -- 54-58 Augustus -- 54-55 Suetonius, Life of Augustus -- 54 Augustus to Tiberius (Aug. 71.2)
55 Augustus to Tiberius (Aug. 71.2) -- 56-58 Suetonius, Life of Claudius -- 56 Augustus to Livia (Claud. 4.1-3) -- 57 Augustus to Livia (Claud. 4.4-5) -- 58 Augustus to Livia (Claud. 4.6) -- 59-69 Horace -- 59 Horace to Florus (Epist. 1.3) -- 60 Horace to Torquatus (Epist. 1.5) -- 61 Horace to Numicius (Epist. 1.6) -- 62 Horace to his Muse (and to Celsus) (Epist. 1.8) -- 63 Horace to Tiberius Claudius (Epist. 1.9) -- 64 Horace to Fuscus (Epist. 1.10) -- 65 Horace to Bullatius (Epist. 1.11) -- 66 Horace to Vinnius (Epist. 1.13) -- 67 Horace to Quinctius (Epist. 1.16) -- 68 Horace to Lollius (Epist. 1.18) -- 69 Horace to his Epistles (Epist. 1.20) -- 70-71 Propertius -- 70 Propertius 1.11 -- 71 Propertius 4.3 -- 72-83 Ovid -- 72 Ovid, Heroides -- 72 Penelope to Ulysses (Her. 1) -- 73-78 Ovid, Tristia -- 73 Ovid to his little book (Tr. 1.1) 8 CE -- 74 Ovid to his wife (Tr. 1.6) 8 CE -- 75 Ovid to his readers (Tr. 1.11) 8 CE -- 76 Ovid to a silent friend (Tr. 4.7) 10-11 CE -- 77 Ovid to a friend (Tr. 5.7) 11-12 CE -- 78 Ovid to an enemy (Tr. 5.8) 11-12 CE -- 79-83 Epistulae ex Ponto -- 79 Ovid to Cotta Maximus (Pont. 1.9) 12-13 CE -- 80 Ovid to Flaccus (Pont. 1.10) 12-13 CE -- 81 To Maximus (Pont. 3.3) 12-13 CE -- 82 Ovid to Maximus (Pont. 3.8) 12-13 CE -- 83 Ovid to Carus (Pont. 4.13) 14 CE -- Chapter 4 The Roman Empire (14 CE-third century CE) -- 84 Emperor Tiberius (14- 37 CE) -- 84 Tiberius to Gytheion (SEG IX 922) 15 CE (stone stele) -- 85 Emperor Claudius (41- 54 CE) -- 85 Claudius to the Alexandrians (Sel.Pap. 2.212) 41 CE -- 86-95 Seneca the Younger -- 86 Seneca to Lucilius (Ep. 1.2) -- 87 Seneca to Lucilius (Ep. 1.4) -- 88 Seneca to Lucilius (Ep. 1.7) -- 89 Seneca to Lucilius (Ep. 1.8) -- 90 Seneca to Lucilius (Ep. 1.12) -- 91 Seneca to Lucilius (Ep. 2.18) -- 92 Seneca to Lucilius (Ep. 2.21) -- 93 Seneca to Lucilius (Ep. 3.27)
94 Seneca to Lucilius (Ep. 4.40) -- 95 Seneca to Lucilius (Ep. 5.47) -- 96 Paul the Apostle -- 96 Paul to Philemon (Philem.) Late 50s CE -- 97 Jude -- 97 Epistle of Jude -- 98-101 Martial -- 98 Martial to his Epigrams (Epigr. 1.70) -- 99 Martial to Decianus (Epigr. 2.1) -- 100 Martial to Emperor Domitianus (Epigr. 8, Preface and 1) -- 101 Martial to his brother Toranius (Epigr. 9, Preface) -- 102-105 Statius -- 102 Statius to Stella (Silv. 1, Preface) -- 103 Statius to Marcellus (Silv. 3, Preface) -- 104 Statius to Vitorius Marcellus (Silv. 4.4) -- 105 Statius to Abascantus (Silv. 5, Preface) -- 106-164 Pliny the Younger -- 106 Pliny to Septicius Clarus (Ep. 1.1) -- 107 Pliny to Arrianus Maturus (Ep. 1.2) -- 108 Pliny to Cornelius Tacitus (Ep. 1.6) -- 109 Pliny to Minucius Fundanus (Ep. 1.9) -- 110 Pliny to Fabius Justus (Ep. 1.11) -- 111 Pliny to Calestrius Tiro (Ep. 1.12) -- 112 Pliny to Sosius Senecius (Ep. 1.13) -- 113 Pliny to Junius Mauricus (Ep. 1.14) -- 114 Pliny to Septicius Clarus (Ep. 1.15) -- 115 Pliny to Erucius (Ep. 1.16) -- 116 Pliny to Tacitus (Ep. 1.20) -- 117 Pliny to Valerius Paulinus (Ep. 2.2) -- 118 Pliny to Junius Avitus (Ep. 2.6) -- 119 Pliny to Annius Severus (Ep. 3.6) -- 120 Pliny to Vestricius Spurinna and Cottia (Ep. 3.10) -- 121 Pliny to Publius Acilius (Ep. 3.14) -- 122 Pliny to Cornelius Priscus (Ep. 3.21) -- 123 Pliny to Fabatus (Ep. 4.1) -- 124 Pliny to Attius Clementius (Ep. 4.2) -- 125 Pliny to Catius Lepidus (Ep. 4.7) -- 126 Pliny to Pliny Paternus (Ep. 4.14) -- 127 Pliny to Calpurnia Hispulla (Ep. 4.19) -- 128 Pliny to Sempronius Rufus (Ep. 4.22) -- 129 Pliny to Domitius Apollinaris (Ep. 5.6) -- 130 Pliny to Titinius Capito (Ep. 5.8) -- 131 Pliny to Aefulanus Marcellinus (Ep. 5.16) -- 132 Pliny to Tiro (Ep. 6.1) -- 133 Pliny to Fundanus (Ep. 6.6) -- 134 Pliny to his wife Calpurnia (Ep. 6.7)
135 Pliny to Tacitus (Ep. 6.20) -- 136 Pliny to Quintilianus (Ep. 6.32) -- 137 Pliny to Maximus (Ep. 6.34) -- 138 Pliny to Fuscus Salinator (Ep. 7.9) -- 139 Pliny to Tacitus (Ep. 7.33) -- 140 Pliny to Fabatus (Ep. 8.10) -- 141 Pliny to Calpurnia Hispulla (Ep. 8.11) -- 142 Pliny to Plinius Paternus (Ep. 8.16) -- 143 Pliny to Sabinus (Ep. 9.2) -- 144 Pliny to Paulinus (Ep. 9.3) -- 145 Pliny to Calvisius Rufus (Ep. 9.6) -- 146 Pliny to Julius Genitor (Ep. 9.17) -- 147 Pliny to Maximus (Ep. 9.23) -- 148 Pliny to Mustius (Ep. 9.39) -- 149 Pliny to Trajan (Ep. 10.11) -- 150 Pliny to Trajan (Ep. 10.13) -- 151 Pliny to Trajan (Ep. 10.17) -- 152 Trajan to Pliny (Ep. 10.18) -- 153 Pliny to Trajan (Ep. 10.23) -- 154 Trajan to Pliny (Ep. 10.24) -- 155 Pliny to Trajan (Ep. 10.31) -- 156 Trajan to Pliny (Ep. 10.32) -- 157 Pliny to Trajan (Ep. 10.33) -- 158 Trajan to Pliny (Ep. 10.34) -- 159 Pliny to Trajan (Ep. 10.90) -- 160 Trajan to Pliny (Ep. 10.91) -- 161 Pliny to Trajan (Ep. 10.94) -- 162 Trajan to Pliny (Ep. 10.95) -- 163 Pliny to Trajan (Ep. 10.96) -- 164 Trajan to Pliny (Ep. 10.97) -- 165-166 John the Elder -- 165 John 2 -- 166 John 3 -- 167-194 Fronto -- 167 Fronto to Marcus Aurelius (Ad Caes. 3.11) 139 CE -- 168 Marcus Aurelius to Fronto (Ad Caes. 3.12) 139 CE -- 169 Marcus Aurelius to Fronto (Ad Caes. 3.2) 140-3 CE -- 170 Fronto to Marcus Aurelius (Ad Caes. 3.3) 140-3 CE -- 171 Fronto to Marcus Aurelius (Ad Caes. 3.4) 140-3 CE -- 172 Marcus Aurelius to Fronto (Ad Caes. 3.5) 140-3 CE -- 173 Fronto to Marcus Aurelius (Ad Caes. 3.6) 140-3 CE -- 174 Marcus Aurelius to Fronto (Ad Caes. 1.2) Baiae 143 CE -- 175 Marcus Aurelius to Fronto (Ad Caes. 4.6) 144-145 -- 176 Marcus Aurelius to Fronto (Ad Caes. 4.7) 144-5 CE -- 177 Fronto to Marcus Aurelius (Ad Caes. 4.9) 144-5 CE -- 178 Fronto to Marcus Aurelius (Ad Caes. 5.22) 145-7 CE
179 Marcus Aurelius to Fronto (Ad Caes. 5.23) 145-7 CE
Roman Letters offers a rich selection of original translations of ancient Roman letters spanning from the 1st century BCE to the 2nd century CE. Chronologically arranged and grouped according to author or collection, the letters cover various topics and themes selected from a broad range of authors. A unique single volume text that makes classical letters accessible and readable to undergraduates and the non-specialist reader Presents a wide range of authors and material, with over 200 selected texts Includes selections that illustrate a complete cycle of correspondence, as well as letters written by the same author and covering the same topic/theme but sent to different recipients Letters are arranged chronologically, with letters grouped according to author or collection An accompanying website offers additional, complementary letters Topical index highlights various topics and themes represented by the letters
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Zeiner-Carmichael, Noelle K. Roman Letters : An Anthology Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,c2013 9781444339505
Subject Latin letters -- History and criticism.;Greek letters -- History and criticism.;Latin letters -- Translations into English.;Greek letters -- Translations into English.;Letter writing, Latin -- History -- To 1500.;Letter writing, Greek -- History -- To 1500.;Authors, Latin -- Correspondence
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