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ecclesiastical writings, published by the Imperial Academy
at Vienna, begun in 1866 and not yet completed.]



APPENDIX I 287

Scaenicae Romanorum Poesis Fragmenta, ed. O. Ribbeck. 2
vols. Leipzig, 1897-'98, Teubner series. [Vol. i, Tragi-
corum Romanorum Fragmenta ; vol. ii, Comicorum Ro-
manorum Fragmenta.]

Grammatici Latini, ed. H. Keil, Leipzig, 1857-'80, Teubner,
7 vols.

Historiconun Romanorum Relliquiae, ed. H. Peter, vol. i,
Leipzig, 1870, Teubner.

Historicorum Romanorum Fragmenta, ed. H. Peter, Leipzig,
1883, Teubner series.

Scriptores Historiae August ae. ed. H. Peter, Leipzig. 2 vols.
Teubner series.

Anthologia Latina, ed. F. Biicheler and A. Riese, Leipzig,
1870-'97. 2 vols. Teubner series.

XII Panegyric! Latini, ed. Baehrens. Leipzig, 1874, Teubner
series.

Oratorum Romanorum Fragmenta, ed. Meyer. Paris, 1837.

EDITIONS AND TRANSLATIONS
Accius. Text in Fragm. Poet. Rom., vol. i, and Scaen. Rom.

Poes. Fragm., vol. i.
J&TNA. Text in Corp. Poet. Lett., part iii, and Poet. Lat.

Min., vol. ii. Text with notes and translation by Robinson

Ellis, Oxford, 1901.
AMBROSIUS (St. Ambrose). Text, Patrologia Latina, vols.

xiv-xvii.
AMMIANUS MARCELLINUS. Text. Gardthausen, Leipzig. 3

vols. Teubner series.
AMPELIUS. Text. Wdlfflin in Halm's Florus, Leipzig, 1854,

Teubner series.
ANDRONICUS. See LIVIUS.
APHTHONIUS. Text in Grammat. Lat., vol. vi.
APULEIUS. Text with Latin notes. Hildebrand, Leipzig,

1842. 2 vols.

Translation. Sir George Head, London, 1851 ; anony-
mous, in Bohn's Library.
ARNOBIUS. Text. Reifferscheid, vol. iv of Corp. Script.

Eccl. Lat. Also in Patrol. Lat., vol. v.
ATTA. Text in Scaen. Rom. Poesis Fragm., vol. ii.
ATTICUS. Text in Hist. Rom. Fr.



288 ROMAN LITERATURE

AUGUSTINUS (St. Augustine). Text. Patrol. Lai., vols. xxxii-
xlvii; De Civitate Dei, Dombart, Leipzig, 1877, 2 vols.,
Teubner series ; Confessiones, Raumer, Gutersloh, 1876,
Bertelsmann.

AUGUSTUS. Monumentum Ancyranum, Mommsen, 2d ed.
Berlin, 1883, Weidmann ; W. Fairley (with English trans-
lation), Philadelphia, 1898, the University of Philadel-
phia.

Fragments, Weichart, Grimma, 1845.

AURELIUS (Marcus Aurelius). See FRONTO.

AUSONIUS. Text. Peiper, Leipzig, 1886, Teubner series.

AVIANUS. Text. Poet. Led. Min. vol. v ; critical text and
notes. R. Ellis, Oxford, 1887.

AVIENUS. Grit. text. Holder, Innsbruck, 1887, Wagner.

BOETHIUS. Text. Peiper, Leipzig, 1871, Teubner series.

Translation. H. R. James, London, 1897, Elliot Stock ;
Fox, in Bonn's Library.

CAESAR. Text. Kiibler, Leipzig, 1893-1897, Teubner series.
3 vols.

Translation. W. A. McDevitte, Bohn's Library. Text
and notes. The Gallic War, Allen & Greenough, Boston,
Ginn & Co. ; The Civil War, Perrin, New York, Univer-
sity Publishing Co. Many other school editions exist.

CALPURNIUS. Text. Poet. Lat. Min., vol. iii ; with NEMESI-
ANUS, Text and Latin notes, Schenkl, Leipzig and Prague,
1885.

CAPELLA. See MARTIANUS.

CATO. De Agricultura. Text and Latin notes, Keil, Leipzig,
1884-'94, Teubner. [Two vols. with VARRO, Res Rusticae.]
Other works. Text and Latin notes. Jordan, Leipzig,
1860, Teubner.

CATONIS DISTICHA. Poet. Lat. Min., vol. iii.

CATULLUS. Text. Mueller, Leipzig, 1885, Teubner series.
[With TIBULLUS, PROPERTIUS, the fragments of LAEVIUS,
CALVUS, CINNA, and others, and the PRIAPEA ] ; crit. text
with appendices, R. Ellis, 2d ed., Oxford, 1878.

Annotated edition. Merrill, Boston, 1893, Ginn & Co.
Commentary. R. Ellis, 2d ed., Oxford, 1889.
Translation (verse). Theodore Martin, Edinburgh and
London, 1875, Blackwood.



APPENDIX I 289

CELSUS. Text. Daremberg, Leipzig, 1859, Teubner series.
Translation. J. Grieve, London, 1756.

CENSORINUS. Text. Hultsch, Leipzig, 1867, Teubner series ;
crit. text, J. Cholodniak, St. Petersburg, 1889.

CHARISIUS. Text in Gram. Lat., vol. i.

CICERO. Text. Baiter and Kayser, Leipzig, 1860-'69, B.
Tauchnitz, 11 vols. ; Miiller, Klotz, and others, Leipzig,
Teubner series, 10 vols. [Editions of separate works and
selections are numerous.]

Correspondence, arranged according to its chronological
order, with commentary and introductory essays. R. Y.
Tyrrell and L. C. Purser, Dublin and London, 1855-1901.
7 vols [vol. i in 2d ed.]

Translation. Orations, C. D. Yonge, 4 vols. ; On Ora-
tory and Orators, with Letters to Quintus and Brutus, J. S.
Watson ; On the Nature of the Gods, Divination, Fate,
Laws, a Republic, and Consulship, C. D. Yonge and F.
Barham ; Academics, De Finibus, and Tusculan Questions,
C. D. Yonge; Offices, or Moral Duties, Cato Major, an
Essay on Old Age, Laelius, an Essay on Friendship, Scip-
io's Dream, Paradoxes, Letter to Quintus on Magistrates,
C. R. Edmonds ; Letters, E. Shuckburgh, 4 vols. Bohn's
Library.

Life. W. Forsyth, London, 1863, Murray ; New York,
Scribner's.

CINCIUS ALIMENTUS. Text in Hist. Rom. Rell.

CIRIS. Text in Poet. Lat. Min., vol. ii.

CLAUDIAN. Text. Koch, Leipzig, 1893, Teubner series.
Translation. Hawkins, London, 1817, 2 vols.

COLUMELLA. Text in Scriptores Rei Rusticae, ed. Schneider,
Leipzig, 1794-'97 ; De Arboribus, text, Lundstrb'm, Upsala,
1897.

Translation. Anonymous, London, 1745.

COMMODIANUS. Text. Ludwig, Leipzig, 1877-78, 2 vols.
Teubner series.

CONSOLATIO AD LiviAM. Text in Poet. Lat. Min., vol. i.

CORNIFICIUS (See Cicero ad Herennium). Text. Marx,
Leipzig, 1894, Teubner.

CULEX. Text in Poet. Lat. Min., vol. ii.

CURTIUS RUFUS. Text. Vogel, Leipzig, 1881, Teubner series.



290 ROMAN LITERATURE

CURTIUS RUFUS. Translation. John Digby, 3d ed. corr. by
Young, London, 1747.

CYPRIAN. Text. Hartel, Vienna, 1868-71, 4 vols. in Corp.
Script. Eccl. Lat.

DARES. Text. Meister, Leipzig, 1873, Teubner series.

DICTYS. Text. Meister, Leipzig, 1872, Teubner series.

DIOMKDES. Text in Gram. Lat.

DIOSCORIDES. Text in Gram. Lat.

DIRM. Text in Poet. Lat. Min., vol. ii.

DONATUS. Text in Gram. Lat. and in the introductions to
early editions of Terence.

ENNIUS. Text in Fragm. Poet. Rom. and Corp. Poet. Lat.,
vol. i.

EUTROPIUS. Text. Ruhl, Leipzig, 1887, Teubner series.
Translation. See JUSTIN.

FENESTELLA. Text in Hist. Rom. Fragm.

FESTUS (RuFius). Text. Wagner, Prague, 1886.

FESTUS (SEXTUS POMPEIUS). Text. Thewrewk, Budapest,
1889.

FIRMICUS MATERNUS. Text, Halm, Vienna, 1867, in Corp.
Script. Eccl. Lat., vol. ii ; Baehrens, Leipzig, 1886, Teub-
ner series.

FLORUS. Text. Halm, Leipzig, 1854, Teubner series.

FRONTINUS. Strategemata. Text. Gundermann, Leipzig, 1888,
Teubner series.

Translation. R. Scott, London, 1811.
De Aquis Urbis Romae. Text. Biicheler, Leipzig, 1858,
Teubnei.

Text with translation and discussion. C. Herschel,
Boston, 1899, Dana, Estes & Co.

FRONTO. Text. Naber, Leipzig, 1867, Teubner.

GAIUS. Text with translation and notes. Poste, 3d ed., Ox-
ford, 1890.

GELLIUS. Text. Hertz, Leipzig, 1887, Teubner series, 2 vols.
Crit. Text. Hertz, Leipzig, 1894, Teubner, 2 vols.
Translation. Beloe, London. 1795, 3 vols.

GERMANICUS. Text in Poet. Lat. Min., vol. i.

GRATIUS. Text in Poet. Lat. Min., vol. i ; Corp. Poet. Lat.,
part iii.

HIERONYMUS. See JEROME.



APPENDIX I 291

HILARIUS (St. Hilary). Text. Patrol. Lat., vols. ix and x.

HIRTIUS. Text in complete editions of Caesar.

HORACE. Text in Corp. Poet. Lat., vol. i ; Kellar and Hduss-

ner, 2d ed. Prague, 1892. Annotated editions are numerous.
Translation (verse). Theodore Martin, Edinburgh and

London, 1881, Blackwood, 2 vols. Odes and Epodes,

Lord Lytton, Edinburgh and London, 1869, New York,

1870.

HYGINUS. Text. M. Schmidt, Jena, 1872.
HYQINUS GROMATICUS. Text. Domaszewski, Leipzig, 1887.
JEROME. Text. Patrol. Lat., vols. xxii-xxx. De Viris Illus-

tribus, Herding, Leipzig, 1879, Teubner series.
JULIUS. See CAESAR.

JULIUS CAESAR STRABO. Text in Oral. Rom. Fragm.
JULIUS VICTOR. Text in Orelli's Cicero, vol. v, p. 195, and

in Halm's Rhetores Minores, p. 371.
JUSTIN. Text. Jeep, Leipzig, 1859, Teubner series ; Hallberg,

Paris, 1875.

Translation. Watson, London, 1853, Bohn's Library,

[with CORNELIUS NEPOS and EUTROPIUS].
JUVENAL. Text. Bucheler, Berlin, 2d ed. 1886, Weidmann

[with PERSIUS and SULPICIA].

Annotated edition. Pearson & Strong, Oxford, 1892.
Translation. (Prose) Leeper, London, 1891, 2d ed. Mac-

millan [see also LUCILIUS] ; (verse) Dryden, in Dryden's

works.
LACTANTIUS. Text. Patrol Lat., vols. vi and vii. [Some of

his works have appeared in Corp. Script. Eccl. Lat. The

Poem on the Phoenix is in Poet. Lat. Min., vol. ii.j
LAMPRIDIUS. Text in Scriptores Historiae A ugustae.
LIVIUS ANDRONICUS. Text in Fragm. Poet. Rom. and Scaen.

Rom. Poesis Fragm., vols. i and ii.

LIVY. Text. Weissenborn, Leipzig, 1878, Teubner series, 6 vols.
Crit. Text. Madvig and Ussing, Copenhagen, 4th ed.

1886 and later. 4 vols.

Translation. Spillan, Edmunds, and McDevitte, Lon-
don, Bohn's Library. 4 vols.
LUCAN. Text in Corp. Poet. Lat., part iii ; Hosius, Leipzig,

1892. Teubner series.

Translation (verse). N. Rowe, London, 1807. 3 vols.



292 ROMAN LITERATURE

LUCILIUS. Text in Fragm. Poet. Rom.

Translation. Evans, London, Bonn's Library. [ JU-
VENAL, PERSIUS, SULPICIA, and LUCILIUS.]
LUCRETIUS. Text. Munro, London, Bell ; also in Harper's

Classical Texts.

Grit. Text. Lachmann, Berlin, 1866. 2 vols.

Text and notes. Munro, London, 4th ed. 1891-'93,

Bell. 3 vols., the third of which is a prose translation.
MACROBIUS. Text. Eyssenhardt, Leipzig, 1868, 2d ed. Teub-

ner series.

M^CENAS. Text in Fragm. Poet. Rom.
MANILIUS. Text in Corp. Poet. Lat., part iii.

Translation. Creech, London, 1700. [Appended to LU-
CRETIUS.]

MANLIUS. See VOPISCUS.
MARCELLINUS. See AMMIANUS.
MARIUS VICTORINUS. Text in Gram. Lat., vol. vi, Orelli's

Cicero, vol. v, Halm's Rhetores Minores, and Patrol.

Lat., vol. viii.
MARTIAL. Text. Gilbert, Leipzig, 1886, Teubner series.

Translation (prose). Edited by H. G. Bohn, London,

1897. [Contains also metrical translations from various

sources.]
MARTIANUS CAPELLA. Text. Eyssenhardt, Leipzig, 1866,

Teubner series.

MELA. Text. Frick, Leipzig, 1880, Teubner series.
MINUCIUS FELIX. Text. Baehrens, Leipzig, 1886, Teubner

series.

MORETUM. Text in Poet. Lat. Min., vol. ii.
N.-EVIUS. Text in Fragm. Poet. Rom., Scaen. Rom. Poesis

Fragm., vols. i and ii.
NAMATIANUS. See EUTILIUS.
NEMESIANUS. Text in Poet. Lat. Min., vol. iii.
NEPOS. Text. Halm-Fleckeisen, Leipzig, 10th ed. 1889,

Teubner series.

Translation. See JUSTIN.
NIGIDIUS FIGULUS. Text of fragments with Latin notes.

Stroboda, Vienna, 1889.
NONIUS MARCELLUS. Crit. text with comment. Mutter,

Leipzig, 1888, Teubner. 2 vols. Onions, Oxford, 1895.



APPENDIX I 293

OCTAVIUS. See AUGUSTUS.

OROSIUS. Zangemeister, Corp. Script. Eccl. Lat., vol. v, and

Leipzig, 1889, Teubner series.

OVID. Text in Corp. Poet. Lat., vol. i ; Merkel-Ewald, Leip-
zig, 3d ed. begun 1888, Teubner series.

Annotated editions of separate works and of selections
are numerous.

Translation (prose). Bohn's Library. Metrical trans-
lations by Dryden and others are contained in Chalmers'
English Poets.

PACUVIUS. Text in Scaen. Rom. Poesis Fragm., vol. i.
PALLADIUS. Text in Scriptores Rei Rusticae, ed. Schneider,

Jena, 1794-'97.

PERSIUS. Text in Corp. Poet. Lat., vol. i ; Biicheler. See
JUVENAL ; with translation and commentary, Conington
and Nettleship, Oxford, 1893.

Translation (prose). See LUCILIUS and JUVENAL ; (verse)
Dryden, in his complete works and Chalmers' English
Poets.

PERVIQILIUM VENERIS. Text in Poet. Lat. Min., vol. iv.
PETRONIUS. Text. Biicheler, Berlin, 3d ed. 1895, Weidmann.
[With the satires of VARRO and SENECA.]

Translation. (Trimalchio's Dinner). H. T. Peck, New
York, 1898, Harper's.

PHJEDRUS. Text in Corp. Poet. Lat., part iii ; Riese, Leipzig,
1885, B. Tauchnitz.

Translation. Smart, London, 1831. [Also appended
to Riley's version of Terence and Phaedrus in Bohn's
Library.]

PLAUTUS. Text. Goetz and Schoell, Leipzig, 1892-'95,
Teubner series, 7 parts.

Critical edition. Ritschl (2d ed. by Goetz, Loewe, and
Schoell), Leipzig, 1878-'93, Teubner, 20 parts.

Many annotated editions of separate plays exist.
Translation (prose). Riley, London, Bohn's Library;
(verse) Thornton and Warner, London, 1767-72.
PLINY THE ELDER. Text. Jan and Mayhoff, Leipzig, 2 ed.
Teubner series. 6 vols.

Translation. With Notes, Boatock and Riley, London,
Bell. 6 vols.



294: ROMAN LITERATURE

PLINY THE YOUNGER. Text. Keil, Leipzig, 1873, Teubner
series.

Translation. Melmoth, revised by Bosanquet, London,
1877, Bell ; Lewis, London, 1879, Triibner.

PLOTIUS. See SACERDOS.

POMPEIUS TROGUS. See JUSTIN.

POMPONIUS. See MELA.

POMPONIUS (Lucius). Text in Fragm. Poet. Rom.

PRIAPEA. Text in Poet. Lat. Min., vol. i, cf. vol. ii.

PRISCIAN. Text in Gram. Lat., vols. ii and iii.

PROBUS (VALERIUS). Text in Gram. Lat., vol. iv.

PROPERTIUS. Text in Corp. Poet. Lat., vol. i ; Mueller, Leip-
zig, 1880, Teubner series. See CATULLUS.
Ed. Grit. Postgate, London, 1880, Bell.
Translation (prose). Gantillon, with metrical versions
of select elegies by Nott and Elton, London, Bonn's
Library.

PRUDENTIUS. Text. Patrol. Lat., vols. lix and Ix.

PUBLILIUS SYRUS. Text. BicTcf or d- Smith, Cambridge, 1885 ;
O. Friedrich, Berlin, 1880, Grieben [with notes].

QUINTILIAN. Text. Institutiones Oratoriae, Meister, Leipzig,
1886-'87, Freytag.

Declamationes. Ritter, Leipzig, 1884, Teubner series.
Translation. Institutes of Oratory, J. S. Watson, Lon-
don, Bohn's Library. 2 vols.

REPOSIANUS. Text in Poet. Lat. Min., vol. iv.

RUTILIUS NAMATIANUS. Text in Poet. Lat. Min., vol. v.

SACERDOS. Text in Gram. Lat., vol. vi.

SALLUST. Text. Eussner, Leipzig, 1888, Teubner series.
[School editions of the Catiline and the Jugurtha are
numerous.]

Translation. Pollard, London, 1882, Macmillan.

SAMMONICUS SERENUS. Text in Poet. Lat. Min., vol. iii.

SEDULIUS. Text in Patrol. Lat., vol. ix, and Corp. Script.
Eccl. Lat., vol. x.

SENECA (the father). Text. Muller, Leipzig, 1888, Freytag;
Kiessling, Leipzig, 1872, Teubner series.

SENECA (the son). Text. Philosophical works. Haase, Leip-
zig, 1852 sqq., Teubner series.

Tragedies, Leo, Berlin, 1879, Weidmann, 2 vols.



APPENDIX I 295

SENECA (the son). Translation. On Benefits, Minor Essays,

and On Clemency. A. Stewart, London, Bohn's Library.

2 vols. Two Tragedies (Medea and Daughters of Troy),

E. I. Harris, Boston, 1899, Houghton & Mifflin.

SERVIUS. Text with Latin notes. Thilo and Hagen, 1878-

1902, Teubner. 4 vols.

SIDONIUS APOLLINARIS. Text in Patrol. Lat., vol. Iviii ; Lu-
johann, Berlin, 1887 (Monum. German. Hist. Auct. An-
tiquiss., vol. viii).

SILIUS ITALICUS. Text. Bauer, Leipzig, 1890-'92, Teubner
series. 2 vols.

Translation (verse). Tytler, Calcutta, 1828. 2 vols.
SISENNA. Text in Hist. Rom. Rell.

SOLINUS. CritText. Mommsen, Berlin, 2ded. 1895, Weidmann.
STATIUS. Text. Kohlmann, Leipzig, 1879-'84, Teubner
series. 2 vols.

Translation (verse). Thebaid. Lewis, in Chalmers'
English Poets, vol. xx ; Coleridge, in his collected poems ;
Achilleis, Sir Robert Howard, in his poems.
SUEIUS. Text in Fragm. Poet. Rom.
SUETONIUS. Text. Roth, Leipzig, 1875, Teubner series.

Translation. Thomson, revised by Forester, in Bohn's
Library.

SULPICIA. See JUVENAL.
SYMMACHUS. Text. Seeclc, Berlin, 1883 (Monum. Germ. Hist.

Auct. Antiquiss., vol. vi, 1).

TACITUS. Text. Nipperdey, Berlin, 187 1-76, Weidmann. 4vols.
[Annotated, editions of separate works are many.]
Translation. Church and Brodribb, London, 1868-
'77, Macmillan. 3 vols.

TERENCE. Text. Dziatzko, Leipzig, 1884, B. Tauchnitz.
Ed. Grit. Umpfenbach, Leipzig, 1871, Teubner.
Annotated ed. Wagner, London, 1869, Bell. [Anno-
tated editions of separate plays are numerous.]

Translation (verse). Colman, London, 1810 ; (prose)
Riley, in Bohn's Library [with PH^EDRUS].
TERENTIANUS MAURUS. Text in Gram. Lat., vol. vi.
TERTULLIAN. Text. Patrol Lat., vols. i and ii; Reiffer-
scheid and Wissowa, Corp. Script. Eccl. Lat., vol. xx
[only vol. i of Tertulliau].
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290 ROMAN LITERATURE

TIBULLUS. Text in Corp. Poet. Lett., vol. i; see also CA-
TULLUS.

Translation. Cranstoun, Edinburgh and London, 1872,
Blackwood. [English verse with notes.]
TROGUS. See JUSTIN.
VARIUS. Text in Fragm. Poet. Rom.
VARRO ATACINUS. Text in Fragm. Poet. Rom.
VARRO (MARCUS). Text. De Lingua Latina, Muller, Leipzig,
1833 ; Spengel, Berlin, 1885. De Re Eustica, Keil, Leipzig,
1889, Teubner series [commentary, 1891]. Fragments of
Varro's Menippean Satires are contained in Biicheler's
PETRONIUS, of the lost grammatical works in Wilmanns,
De Varronis Libris Grammaticis, Berlin, 1864, Weidmann,
of the Antiquitates in MerclceVs edition of OVID'S Fasti,
Berlin, 1841, and poetical fragments in Fragm. Poet. Rom.
VEGETIUS KENATUS. Text. Epitoma Rei Militaris, Lang,
Leipzig, 3d ed. 1885, Teubner series.

Mulomedicina. In Schneider's Scriptores Rei Rusticae,
Jena, 1794-'97.

VELLEIUS PATERCULUS. Text. Halm, Leipzig, 1876, Teubner
series.

Translation. J. S. Watson, Bonn's and Harper's Li-
braries. [SALLUST, FLORUS, and VELLEIUS PATERCULUS,
with notes.]
VIRGIL. Text. Ribbeclc, Leipzig, 2d ed., Teubner series.

Crit. Text. Ribbeck, Leipzig, 2d ed., Teubner. 4 vols.
Annotated editions. Conington and Nettleship, Lon-
don, 1865-71, Bell, 3 vols.; Greenough, Boston, 1895,
Ginn & Co. [School editions of parts of Virgil's works
are numerous.]

Translation (verse). Dryden, in his complete works.
^Eneid. Conington, London, 1870, Longmans; J. D.
Long, Boston, 1879, Lockwood, Brooks & Co.

Eclogues. C. S. Calverley, in his collected works, Lon-
don, 1901, Bell.

Georgics. H. W. Preston, Boston, 1881, Osgood & Co.
VITRUVIUS. Crit. Text. Rose, Leipzig, 1899, Teubner series.

Translation. Gwilt, London, new ed. 1860, Weale.
VOLCACIUS SEDIGITUS. Text in Fragm. Poet. Rom.
VOPISCUS. Text in Script. Hist. Aug.



APPENDIX II



CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE

[When two dates are given they designate the birth and death of the
author or authors named in the same line. The dates given opposite the
names of emperors, which are printed in italics, refer, however, to their
reigns, not to their lives. When one date is given it designates a time when
the activity of the author or authors was probably at its height. Interroga-
tion points denote uncertainty.]



B.C.
280.

Before 270-about 204.
About 269-199.
About 254-184.
239-169.
234-149.
About 230.

220-about 130.

216.

211.

210.

206.

Before 200-about 165.

198.



About 192-152.

191.

About 190-159.

18.5-129.

183.

(0-183.

About 180.

180 (?}-126.

(0-174.

170-at least 100.

163-133.

About 158-about 75.

154-121.

About 154-after 100.

About 152-87.



Appius Claudius Caecus (orator).

Livius Andronicus.

Gmeus Naevius.

Titus Maccius Plautus.

Quintus Ennius.

Marcus Porcius Cato.

Quintus Fabius Maximus Cunctator (or-
ator).

Marcus Pacuvius.

Quintus Pabius Pictor.

Pabulje Atellanaj introduced.

Lucius Cincius Aliinentus.

Quintus Crecilius Metellus (orator).

Statins Ciccilius (comic poet).

Sextus ^Elius (jurist).

Marcus Cornelius Cethegus (orator).

Cato's son (jurist).

Scipio Nasica (jurist).

Publius Terentius Afer (Terence).

Scipio African us the younger.

Quintus Pabius Labeo (jurist).

Publius Licinius Crassus (orator), Scipio
Africanus the elder.

Lucius Acilius (jurist).

Gains Lucilius.

Publius JElius (jurist).

Lucius Accius.

Tiberius Gracchus (orator).

Publius Rutilius Hufus.

(ijiius (imcchus (orator).

Ijiicins ^llius Pni'coninus Stilo.

Quintus Lutatius Catulus.

297



298



ROMAN LITERATURE



B.C.
About 150.



143-87.
About 140.
140-91.
186.
133.

131.

About 130.
122.
119-67.
116-27.
114-50.
109-32.
106-43.
105-43.
(KH03.
102 (?)-44.
102-43.

Latter part of the second
century.

Before 100-after 30.
About 99-55 (f).
(f)-at least 91.
95.
About 90.



87-47.
86-35.

Early in the first century.
First half of the first cen-
tury.



About 84-about 54.

(?)-at least 82.

82-after 37.

78 (l)-42.

(f)-77.

70-27.

70 (?)-8.

70-19.

About 70-after 16.

67-5 A. D.

65-8.

About 64-about 17 A. D.



Lucius Afranius, Titinius (comic poets),
Publius Cornelius Scipio, Aulus Postu-
mius Albinus, Gaius Acilius.

Marcus Antouius (orator).

Lucius Cassius llemina, Gaius Laelius.

Lucius Licinius Crassus (orator).

Lucius Furius Philus (orator and jurist).

Publius Mucius Scaevola, Lucius Calpur-
uius Piso Frugi.

Publius Licinius Crassus Mucianus (ju-
rist).

Gaius Titius.

Gaius Fannius (orator and historian).

Lucius Cornelius Sisenna.

Marcus Terentius Varro.

Hortensius (orator).

Titus Pomponius Atticus.

Marcus Tullius Cicero.

Decirnus Laberius.

Turpilius (comic poet).

Gaius Julius Caesar.

Quintus Cicero.

Gnaeus Matins, Laevius Melissus, Hostius,
Aulus Furius, Ccelius Antipater, Quin-
tus Valerius Soranus.

Cornelius Nepos.

Titus Lucretius Carus.

Sempronius Asellio (historian).

Quintus Mucius Scaevola (jurist).

Lucius Pomponius, Novius (writers of Fab-
ul(K Alellance), Volcacius Sedigitus.

Gaius Julius Cfesar Strabo (tragedian).

Gaius Licinius Calvus.

Gaius Sallustius Crispus.

Valerius Antias, Quintus Cornificius.

Sueius, Gaius Helvius Cinna, Publius
Valerius Cato, Gaius Memmius. Ticidas,
Aurelius Opilius, Antonius Gniplio,
Marcus Pompilius Andronicus, Santra,
Servius Sulpicius Rufus.

Gaius Valerius Catullus.

Quintus Claudius Quadrigarius (historian).

Varro Atacinus.

Marcus Junius Brutus.

Titus Quinctius Atta.

Cornelius Gallus.

Gaius Maecenas.

Publius Vergilius Maro (Virgil).

Vitruvius Pollio.

Gaius Asinius Pollio.

Quintus Horatius Flaccus (Horace).

Gaius Julius Hyginus.



APPENDIX II



299



B.C.

64-8 A. D.
63-14 A. D.

63-12 A. D.

59-17 A. D.

About 55-about 40 A. D.

About 54-about 19.

About 54-about 4.

52-19 A. D.

About 50.

About 50-about 15.



47-about 30 A. D.



(i)-af ter 44.
(1H3.

(l)-after 43.



43-18 A. D.
40-33 A. D.
About 20.
15-19 A. D.
14-59 A. D.
12.

Second half of
century.



the first



A. D.

First half of
tury.



the first cen-



About 1.

About 1-65.

About 3-88.

14-37.

About 15-80.

16-59.

23-79.

(f)-25.

25-101.

(l)-27.

30.



Marcus Valerius Messalla.

Gaius Octavius (Csesar Octavianus Au-
gustus).

Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa.

Titus Livius (Livy).

Seneca (the father).

Albius Tibullus.

Doraitius Marsus.

Decimus Fenestella.

Publilius Syrus (writer of mimes).

Sextus Propertius.

Marcus Calidius.

Decimus Valerius Maximus.

Nigidius Figulus.

Gaius Oppius.

Aulus Hirtius.

Marcus Tullius Tiro.

Lygdamus.

Publius Ovidius Naso (Ovid).

Asinius Gallus.

Pompeius Trogus.

Claudius Caesar Germanicus.

Domitius Afer.

Gaius Valgius Rufus.

Sulpicia, Albinovanus Pedo, Ponticus,
Macer, Grattius, Rabirius, Cornelius
Severus, Gaius Melissus, the Priapea,
the Consolatio ad Liviam, Titus Labie-
nus, Marcus Porcius Latro, Gains Al-
bucius Silus, Quintus Haterius, Lucius
Junius Gallic, Arellius Fuscus, Lucius
Cestius Pius, Marcus Antistius Labeo,
Gaius Ateius Capito.



Manilius, the ^Etna, Aufidius Bassus,
Quintus Remrnius Patemon, Caepio, An-
tonius Castor, Julius Atticus, Lucius
Gracchinus, Marcus Apicius, Lucius
Annams Cornutus, the Sextii, Gains
Musonius Rufus.

Verrius Flaccus.

Lucius Annaeus Seneca (the son).

Asconius Pedianns.

Tiberius.

The father of Statius.

Agripnina,

Gains Plinius Secundus (Pliny the elder).

Cremutius Cordus.

Silius Italfcus.

Votienus Montanus.

Velleius Paterculus.



300



ROMAN LITERATURE



A. D.



(0-32.

(0-34.

34-62.

About 35-about 100.

About 35.

37-41.

39-65.

About 40.

About 40-about 95.

About 40-about 104.

41-54.

About 45.

About 50.

54-68.

About 55-about 118.

55 (?)-about 135.

56

About 60.

61 or 62-112 or 113.

(0-86.
$-67.
69-79.
About 70.

About 70 or 75 to about

150.
79-81.
81-96.

(?)-about 90.
96-98.
Time of Nerva and Tra-

jan.
98-117.

About 100-175.
About 110-180.
117-138.
Time of Hadrian.



About 125-(l).
About 125-about 200.
1 -18-161.
Time of Antoninus.



Time of Antoninus

M. Aurelius.
About 160.
About 160-about 230.



and



Publius Vitellius.

Cassius Severus.

Mamercus Scaurus.

Aulus Persius Flaccus (Persius).

Marcus Fabius Quintilianus (Quintilian).

Aulus Cornelius Celsus.

Caligula.

Marcus Aunseus Lucanus (Lucan).

Phjedrus, Columella, Pomponius Mela.

Publius Papinius Statius.

Marcus Valerius Martialis (Martial).

Claudius.

Gaius Cassius Longinus, Proculus.

Pomponius Secundus, Quintus Curtius


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