Cicero, Orator

LCL 342: 302-303

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A codex Abrincensis 238.
F codex Florentinus Magliabecchianus I 1, 14.
P codex Vaticanus Palatinus 1469.
O codex Ottobonianus 2057.
M codex Mutinensis a Q 8, 25.
L consensus of FOP, or where they do not agree, the reading that may fairly be assumed to have been in the codex Laudensis.
β codicis Vaticani 1709 man. 3.
ε codex Einsidlensis 307.
λ codicis Laurentiani 50, 18 man. 2.
π codex Laurentianus 50, 31.
ρ codex Laurentianus 50, 1.
f codex Vitebergensis, nunc Halensis Y g 24. vulg. = early printed editions.


Bibliographya Texts and Editions
  • Ferdinand Heerdegen, M. Tulli Ciceronis ad M. Brutum Orator, Leipzig, 1884.
  • Heerdegen’s classification of the manuscripts is the basis of all recent study of the text.
  • Thomas Stangl, M. Tulli Ciceronis Orator ad M. Brutum, Leipzig, 1885.
  • Augustus Samuel Wilkins, M. Tulli Ciceronis Rhetorica. Tomus II. Brutus, Orator, De Optimo Genere Oratorum, Partitiones Oratoriae, Topica. Oxford, no date, Introduction dated 1903. Photostatic reproduction 1935.
  • M. Tulli Ciceronis Scripta quae manserunt omnia. Orator ed. Peter Reis. Leipzig, 1932, 1962–1963.
  • Reis gives a full and accurate critical apparatus.
  • O. Jahn and W. Kroll, Brutus; Orator, Ed. 6, B. Kytzler, Berlin, 1962.
  • Opere Retoriche. Vol. 1 ed. and trans, by G. Norcio, Turin, 1970 (de Oratore, Brutus, Orator).
  • O. Seel, Orator, Heidelberg, 1952.
DOI: 10.4159/DLCL.marcus_tullius_cicero-orator.1939