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Thu Oct 16 17:59:34 2014 UTClccn-n790266810.00C. Crispi Salustij de cõiuratione Sergij Catiline historia. nuper ad Aldi Manutij Archetypon. [qua...] diligẽtissime [et] emendata et impressa0.701.00C. Salustii Crispi De coniuratione Catilinae, et De bello Iugurthino historiae : In M. Tullium Ciceronem oratio. M. Tullii Ciceronis ad Salustium responsio. Eiusdem Ciceronis In L. Catilinam orationes quinque. Lucii Catilinae In M.T. Ciceronem orationes responsiuae duae. Porcii Latronis Declamatio in L. Catilinam. Fragmenta quaedam ex libris historiarum Salustii. /84032760Catilinen 79026681260396Catilina.Catilina ca 108-62 v. ChrCatilina, Lucius Sergius 108 (ca.)-62 B.C.Catilina, Lucius Sergius ca 108-62 v. ChrCatiline c. 108-62 a.C.Catiline ca. 108-62 B.C.Catiline ca 108-62 v. ChrKatilina, Li︠u︡t︠s︡iĭ Sergiĭ approximately 108 B.C.-62 B.C.Katilina, Li︠u︡t︠s︡iĭ Sergiĭ ca. 108-62 B.C.Katilina, Ljucij Sergij v108-v62Katylina, Lucjusz Sergiusz.Lucius Sergius Catilina 0108?-0062 av. J.-C.Катилина, Люций Сергий ок. 108-62 до н.эקאטילינא 108?־62 לה״סקטלינה, לוקיוס סרגיוס 108-62 לפנה"סlccn-n79018348Sallust86 B.C.-34 B.C.lccn-n80044918Jonson, Ben1573?-1637np-cicero, marcus tulliusCicero, Marcus Tulliuslccn-n50035021Gordon, Thomas-1750trllccn-n81130963Ramsey, J. T.(John T.)trledtlccn-nr96001289Handford, S. A.(Stanley Alexander)1898-1978auitrllccn-n86852297Rolfe, John Carew1859-1943trledtviaf-78769600Cicero, Marcus Tulliuslccn-n50070014Hutchinson, Lester1904-lccn-n50043116Bolton, W. F.(Whitney French)1930-edtCatilineapproximately 108 B.C.-62 B.C.HistorySourcesTerms and phrasesTerminologyPamphletsTextbooksBiographySpurious and doubtful worksPoetryRome (Empire)Conspiracy of Catiline (Rome : 65-62 B.C.)Catiline,Jugurthine War (111-105 B.C.)Sallust,ConspiraciesOratory, AncientSpeeches, addresses, etc., LatinItaly--RomeJonson, Ben,LiteratureEnglish drama--Roman influencesCivil warRevolt of Sertorius (Rome : 82-72 B.C.)Political scienceTiberius,--Emperor of Rome,Great BritainRhetoricLatin languageHistoriographyBellum Catilinae (Sallust)Latin literatureNecker, Jacques,Political satire, EnglishItalyConstitutional historyClodius, Publius,Trials (Conspiracy)Cicero, Marcus TulliusHistoriansRhetoric, AncientSouth Sea CompanyRoman lawPleading (Roman law)Speeches (Cicero, Marcus Tullius)OratoryHistory, AncientCrespin, Daniel,Economic historyCarter, Landon,EmperorsCalonne, Charles Alexandre de,StatesmenVerres, Gaius,Speeches, addresses, etcLatin prose literatureStereotyping (Printing)English drama (Tragedy)European drama--RenaissanceEnglish drama--Restoration1470147114731474147514771478148114901491149214931494149715001504150515071508150915101511151215131514151715181519152115221523152515261529153015321535153615381539154015411543154415451546154715491550155115561557156015631564156515671570157115721573157415761578157915811585158815901594159716011606160716081609161116151616161716211625162916321634163516401645165216531654165816591665166916711674167516771680168316851687169517091710171317151717172017211722172617271730173117331734173717391743174417451746174717491751175217541755175617571760176217651766176717691770177217731774177717781780178217831784178517861788178917901791179217931795179617991800180118031804180518061807180918101811181218131814181518171818182018211822182318251826182718281829183018311832183318341835183618371838183918401841184218431844184518461847184818491850185118521853185418551856185718581859186018611862186318641865186618691870187118721873187418751876187718781879188018811882188318841885188618871888188918901891189218931894189618971898189919001901190219031904190519061907190819091910191119121913191519161918191919201921192219231924192519261928192919301931193219331934193519361937193819411942194319441945194619471948194919501952195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519871989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014230526651653871PA6653651ocn506041758file17210.79Gordon, ThomasThe conspirators, or, The case of Catiline as collected from the best historians, impartially examin'd ...HistoryPamphlets246ocn030491618book18410.92SallustSallust's History of the war against Jugurtha, and of the Conspiracy of Catiline: with a dictionary and notesHistory103ocn010132800book15650.97SallustC. Salvstii Crispi De conivratione Catilinae, et De bello Ivgvrthino historiae. In M. Tullium Ciceronem oratio. M. Tullij Ciceronis ad Salustium responsio. Eiusdem Ciceronis In L. Catilinam orationes quinque. Lucij Catilinæ In M.T. Ciceronem orationes responsiuæ duæ. Porcij Latronis Declamatio in L. Catilinam. Fragmenta quædam ex libris historiarum Salustij51ocn036951714book15110.92Cicero, Marcus TulliusOrationes M.T. Ciceronis : premisso indice, et de petitione co[n]sulatus ad Q. Fratre[m] parenesi : su[n]t aut[em?] : orationes singul[a]e XXXI addita : inuectiua C. Crispi Salutstii in Ciceronem item : in L. Catilinam inuectiu[a]e IIII : in C. Verrem actiones VII : in M. Antonium Phillippic[a]e XIIII : quarum omnium series & quotoqueq[ue] folio incepta sit patebit in tabella e regione prim[a]e orationis ponenda41ocn015569747book18890.70Cicero, Marcus TulliusM. Tvlli Ciceronis OrationesHistoryBiographyTerms and phrasesSourcesBetrifft die Handschrift Cod. 136 der Burgerbibliothek Bern41ocn013545060book15560.92SallustC. Sallvstii Crispi De conivratione Catilinae, et De bello Ivgvrthino historiae. : In M. Tullium Ciceronem oratio. M. Tullij Ciceronis ad Sallustium responsio. Eiusdem Ciceronis in L. Catilinam orationes v. Lucij Catilinæ in M.T. Ciceronem orationes responsiuæ duæ. Porcij Latronis declamatio in L. Catilinam. Fragmenta quædam ex libris historiarum Sallustij.21ocn039846845book15361.00SallustC. Crispi Sallvstii De L. Sergij Catilinae coniuratione, & Bel lo Iugurthino historiae21ocn265520646book15570.47Felice, CostanzoThe conspiracie of Catiline, by C. Felicius, tr. bi T. Paynell: with The historye of Jugurth by Sabust, tr. by A. Barcklaye (perused and corrected by T Paynell)22ocn839009541com1517SallustC. Crispi Salustij de cõiuratione Sergij Catiline historia. nuper ad Aldi Manutij Archetypon. [qua...] diligẽtissime [et] emendata et impressa22ocn068097640book15490.47SallustDe L. Sergii Catilinae conjuratione, ac Bello Jugurthino historiae21ocn247244464book18560.79Rinkes, S. HDisputatio de oratione prima in Catilinam a Cicerone abiudicanda ... Accedunt duae Catilinariae ineditae21ocn028517676book15571.00Cicero, Marcus TulliusQvatro elegantissimas y gravissimas21ocn051076089book15131.00SallustOpera Salustiana. : Opera. C. Crispi Salustij diuini historiographi necno[n] verissimi: vt [pro]bati attenstantur: cum eiusmodi radice[m] lingue Latine merito dicimus inesse. Et si qua verbo[rum] grauitate iuuenes prema[n]tur Ascensij expositione elucidata ac clarissime exposita. Hos cu[m] ceteris maio[rum] dilige[n]tia expositis imprime[n]dos curauimus: correximus: vobis diligentissimis iuuenibus Romanae lingue fundame[n]tu[m]: senib[us] v[er]o sapie[n]tia[m]: ambob[us] iucu[n]ditati. In cuius complexu hec opera continentur omnia. Epistola Pomponij Leto de eiusdem recognitione. Folio ab hinc quarto. Salustij vita cu[m] eiusde[m] explanatione. Fo. eodem. Historia descriptio: spe[n]s & vtilitates. Fo. ab hinc. v. Historici stili viginti precepta. Fo. eodem. C. Crispi Salustij Co[n]iuratio & bellu[m] Catilinariu[m]. Fo. i. C. Crispi Salustij Bellu[m] Iugurthinu[m]. Fo. xxxviij. Portij Latronis in Catilina[m] declamatio. Fo. xcviij. Philippi Beroaldi Inuectiuarum Ciceronis commendatio. Fo. cvij. M.T. Cice. In Catilina[m] inuectiue quinq[ue]. Fo. eodem. L. Sergij Catiline In Cice. respo[n]siue due. Fo. cxxvij. C. Crispi Salustij In Cicerone[m] inuectiua. Fo. cxxxij. M.T. Ciceronis In eundem responsiua. Fo. cxxxiij. M. Emilij Lepidi Oratio ad p[o]p[u]l[um] Romanu[m]. Fo. cxxxv. Oratio Philippi in senatu contra Lepidu[m]. Fo. cxxxvij. Oratio Cotte Consulis ad populum. F. cxxxviij. Oratio M. tribuni plebis ad plebem. Fo. cxxxix. Epistola Cnei Pompeij Magni ad senatu[m]. Fo. cxl. Epistola Mithridatis ad Arsacem. Fo. cxli. Orationes due ad Cesare[m] sene[m] de republica. Fo. cxlijHistory21ocn061571301book15080.77SallustOpera Salustiana. In Ca. Crispi Salustii opa Ascēsu familiaris interpretatioHistory21ocn025595979book15901.00SallustC. Salustii Crispi De coniuratione Catilinae, et De bello Iugurthino historiae : In M. Tullium Ciceronem oratio. M. Tullii Ciceronis ad Salustium responsio. Eiusdem Ciceronis In L. Catilinam orationes quinque. Lucii Catilinae In M.T. Ciceronem orationes responsiuae duae. Porcii Latronis Declamatio in L. Catilinam. Fragmenta quaedam ex libris historiarum Salustii.History11ocn274199105book15631.00SallustCaij Sallustij Crispi, De L. Sergij Catalinae coniuratione, et Bello Iugurthino historiae : cum aliis quibusdam, quae sequens indicabit pagellaHistory11ocn072096657book1924CatilineWo stehen wir? Die völkische Bewegung ; Der Siegeszug des Herrn Stinnes und die Militärdiktatur11ocn244984558book15130.47SallustOpera Salustiana. : Opera. C. Crispi Salustij diuini historiographi necno[n] verissimi: vt [pro]bati attenstantur: cum eiusmodi radice[m] lingue Latine merito dicimus inesse. Et si qua verbo[rum] grauitate iuuenes prema[n]tur Ascensij expositione elucidata ac clarissime exposita. Hos cu[m] ceteris maio[rum] dilige[n]tia expositis imprime[n]dos curauimus: correximus: vobis diligentissimis iuuenibus Romane lingue fundame[n]tu[m]: senib[us] v[er]o sapie[n]tia[m]: ambob[us] iucu[n]ditati. In cuius complexu hec opera continentur omnia. Epistola Pomponij leti de eiusdem recognitione. Folio ab hinc quarto. Salustij vita cu[m] eiusde[m] explanatione. Fo. eodem. Historie descriptio: spe[n]s [et] vtilitates. Fo. ab hinc. v. Historici stili viginti precepta. Fo. eodem. C. Crispi Salustij Co[n]iuratio [et] bellu[m] Catilinariu[m]. Fo. i. C. Crispi Salustij Bellu[m] Iugurthinu[m]. Fo. xxxviij. Portij latronis in Catilina[m] declamatio. Fo. xcviij. Philippi beroaldi inuectiuarum Ciceronis commendatio. Fo. cvij. M.T. Cice. In Catiliua[m] [sic] inuectiue quinq[ue]. Fo. eodem. L. Sergij Catiline in Cice. respo[n]siue due. Fo. cxxvij. C. Crispi Salustij in Cicerone[m] inuectiua. Fo. cxxxij. M.T. Ciceronis in eundem responsiua. Fo. cxxxiij. M. Emilij Lepidi oratio ad p[o]p[u]l[u]m romanu[m]. Fo. cxxxv. Oratio Philippi in senatu co[n]tra Lepidu[m]. Fo. cxxxvij. Oratio Cotte Consulis ad populum. Fo. cxxxviij. Oratio. M. tribuniplebis ad plebem. Fo. cxxxix. Epistola Cnei Pompeij magni ad senatu[m]. Fo. cxl. Epistola Mithridatis ad Arsacem. Fo. cxli. Orationes due ad Cesare[m] sene[m] de republica. Fo. cxlijHistory11ocn800614242book1547SallustC. Crispi Sallustii De coniuratione Catilinae, et De bello Iugurthino historiae. In M. Tullium Ciceronem Oratio. M. Tullii Ciceronis ad Sallustium responsio. Eiusdem Ciceronis in L. Catilinam Orationes V. Lucii Catilinae in M.T. Ciceronem orationes responsiuae duae. Porcii Latronis Declamatio in L. Catilinam. Fragmenta quaedam ex libris historiarum Sallustii. Laurentii Vallae in Catilinam, & Ioannis Chrisostomi Soldi Brixiani in Bellum Iugurthinum Commentaria. Bartholomaei Marliani in idem Catilinarum, & Bellum Iuguthinum commentaria ... Ioannis Riuii Atthendoriensis Castigationum libri II. ... Henrici Glareani Annotationes ... Francisci Syluii Ambiani Commentarius in eandem Sallustii in Ciceronem Orationem11ocn028014132book15300.74SallustCatilina, Ivgvrtha, Historiarvm fragmenta selecta C. Sallvsti Crispi. Appendix SallvstianaHistoryPoetryTextbooksTerminologySpurious and doubtful worksSourcesLatin text ; commentary and notes in English T p date: 1914 Spine and cover title: Jugurtha Includes bibliographical references115411ocn560589383file19840.63SallustSallust's Bellum CatilinaeHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+7510586435111060ocn065326063file17210.79Gordon, ThomasThe conspirators, or, The case of Catiline as collected from the best historians, impartially examin'd ...HistoryPamphlets100711ocn008990850book19630.50SallustThe Jugurthine War ; The conspiracy of CatilineHistoryAn account of the Roman war against Jugurtha, knig of Numidia, and of Catiline's conspiracy in 63 B.C+-+678699596532472324ocn181836963com17330.79SallustCaii Crispi Sallustii Belli Catilinarii et Jugurthini historiae. Secundum exemplaria emendatissimaHistory68441ocn001648380book16110.82Jonson, BenCatiline his conspiracyHistoryDrama652108ocn009149658book14750.74SallustCatilina, Ivgvrtha, Historiarvm fragmenta selecta C. Sallvsti Crispi. Appendix SallvstianaHistoryPoetryTextbooksTerminologySpurious and doubtful worksSourcesRenouard6106ocn002522579book19660.56Hutchinson, LesterThe conspiracy of CatilineHistory5685ocn000590491book19730.66Jonson, BenCatilineDrama5003ocn000300904book19670.66De Luna, B. NJonson's Romish plot: a study of 'Catiline' and its historical context47025ocn642542715com15940.77SallustCaii Sallustii Crispi quæ extantHistory43922ocn005623316book18300.59SallustSallustHistorySourcesThough biased, Sallust's extant work is valuable. It shows lively characterisation (in speeches after Thucydides' manner) and attempts to explain the meaning of events. The work on Catiline has been called a study in social pathology. Sallust's style anticipates that of the early Empire. -- Jacket+-+63764492153796ocn001704997book19240.77Sallust... The Conspiracy of Catiline and the War of JugurthaHistory3689ocn642370595com17510.74SallustC. Crispi Sallustii opera quae supersunt, omnia. Ex recensione Gottlieb. CortiiHistory3474ocn856191298book20130.70SallustThe war with Catiline ; The war with JugurthaHistory"Sallust, Gaius Sallustius Crispus (86-35 BCE), a Sabine from Amiternum, acted against Cicero and Milo as tribune in 52, joined Caesar after being expelled from the Senate in 50, was restored to the senate by Caesar and took part in his African campaign as praetor in 46, and was then appointed governor of New Africa (Numidia). Upon his return to Rome he narrowly escaped conviction for malfeasance in office, retired from public life, and took up historiography. Sallust's two extant monographs take as their theme the moral and political decline of Rome, one on the conspiracy of Catiline and the other on the war with Jugurtha. Although Sallust is decidedly unsubtle and partisan in analyzing people and events, his works are important and significantly influenced later historians, notably Tacitus. Taking Thucydides as his model but building on Roman stylistic and rhetorical traditions, Sallust achieved a distinctive style, concentrated and arresting; lively characterizations, especially in the speeches; and skill at using particular episodes to illustrate large general themes"--Publisher website3307ocn083457324file17210.74Gordon, ThomasThe conspirators, or, the case of Catiline. Part II By the author of the first partHistory28411ocn083448672file16800.79Jonson, BenCatiline his conspiracy A tragedy. Acted in the year 1611. By the King's Majesty's servants. ... By Ben. JohnsonDrama2846ocn005665498file17730.77SallustC. Crispus Sallustius ; et L. Annæus FlorusHistoryMilitary history2455ocn642498173file17440.77SallustThe works of Sallust translated into English. With political discourses upon that author. To which is added, a translation of Cicero's four orations against CatilineHistory23813ocn002374773book19040.82SallustDe Catilinae coniurationeHistory+-+133545060823818ocn002484924book18780.74Beesly, Edward SpencerCatiline, Clodius, and TiberiusHistoryBiography+-+K283942696+-+6786995965324Thu Oct 16 15:04:16 EDT 2014batch57780