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Ampelius, lib. mem = Lucius Ampelius, Liber memorialis.

Appian, BC = Appian, Civil Wars.

Appian, Bell. Hisp. = Appian, Spanish Wars.

Broughton, MRR 2 = Broughton, T., & Patterson, M., The Magistrates of the Roman Republic, Volume 2 (1951).

Caesar, BC = Caesar, The Civil Wars.

Caesar, BG = Caesar, The Gallic Wars.

CAH2 IX = Crook, J., Lintott, A., & E. Rawson (eds.), The Cambridge Ancient History 2nd edn,Volume IX: The Last Age of the Roman Republic, 146-43 BC (1994).

Cicero, ad Att. = Cicero, Letters to Atticus.

Cicero, ad Fam. = Cicero, Letters to his friends.

Cicero, ad Quintum Fratrem = Cicero, Letters to his Brother Quintus. Cicero, Cat. = Cicero, Catilinarian Orations.

Cicero, de Sen. = Cicero, de Senectute.

Cicero, Verr. = Cicero, Verrine Orations.

CIL = Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum.

Comp. Nic. = Fragment of Nicolaus of Damascus, History. de vir. Ill. = the anonymous de viris illustribus.

Dio = Cassius Dio, Roman History.

Gellius, NA = Aulus Gellius, Attic Nights.

ILLRP = Degrassi, A. (ed.) (1963-1965), Inscriptiones Latinae Liberae Rei Republicae.

ILS = Dessau, H. (1892-1916), Incriptiones Latinae Selectae.

JRS = Journal of Roman Studies.

Justin = Justinus, Epitome.

Livy, Pers. = Livy, Periochae

Pliny the Elder, NH = Pliny the Elder, Natural History.

Pliny the Younger, Epistulae = Pliny the Younger, Letters.

Quintilian = Quintilian, Training in Oratory.

Sallust, Bell. Cat. = Sallust, The Catilinarian War.

Serv. = Servius.

Strabo, Geog. = Strabo, Geography.

Valerius Maximus = Valerius Maximus, Memorable Doings and Sayings. Velleius Paterculus = Velleius Paterculus, Roman History.

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