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  1. Author: Jackson Barlow, J.
    Title: Cicero on Property and the State
    Review/Collection: in: Nicgorski, Walter [Ed.], Cicero's Practical Philosophy
    Place edition: Notre Dame
    Editor: University of Notre Dame Press
    Year edition: 2012
    Pages: 212-241
    Link: http://undpress.nd.edu/book/P01541
    Author initials: Jackson Barlow 2012
  2. Author: Jackson, Rupert
    Title: rev. of Jonathan Zarecki, Cicero's Ideal Statesman in Theory and Practice
    Review/Collection: "Classics for All Reviews", 14/11/2015
    Year edition: 2015
    Link: https://classicsforallreviews.wordpress.com/2015/11/14/ciceros-ideal-statesman-in-theory-and-practic
    e/

    Author initials: Jackson 2015
  3. Author: Jacobs, J.
    Title: P. Cornelius Dolabella in der Korrespondenz Ciceros
    Place edition: Köln
    Year edition: 1982
    Pages: IV, 234
    Author initials: Jacobs 1982
  4. Author: Jacobs, J.
    Title: P. Cornelius Dolabella in der Korrespondenz Ciceros in den Jahren 49 bis 45 vor Christi Geburt
    Place edition: Koblenz
    Editor: Reuffel
    Year edition: 1984
    Pages: 234
    Author initials: Jacobs 1984
  5. Author: Jacobson, H.
    Title: In gremiis mimarum mentum mentemque deponeres (Cicero, Phil. 13.11.24). A postscript
    Review/Collection: "Liverpool Classical Monthly", VII
    Year edition: 1982
    Pages: 115
    Author initials: Jacobson 1982
  6. Author: Jaeger, Mary K.
    Title: Cicero and Archimedes' tomb
    Review/Collection: "Journal of Roman Studies", 92
    Year edition: 2002
    Pages: 49-61
    Author initials: Jaeger 2002
  7. Author: Jaeger, Mary K.
    Title: Livy, Hannibal's monument, and the temple of Juno at Croton
    Review/Collection: "Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association", 136, (2)
    Year edition: 2006
    Pages: 389-414
    Author initials: Jaeger 2006
  8. Author: Jaeger, W.
    Title: Briefanalysen ; zum Zusammenhang von Realitätserfahrung und Sprache in Briefen Ciceros
    Review/Collection: Stud. zur klass. Philol. ; XXVI
    Place edition: Frankfurt
    Editor: Lang
    Year edition: 1986
    Pages: XIV, 360
    Author initials: Jaeger 1986
  9. Author: Jäger, Gerhard
    Title: *Cicero, Marcus Tullius, Rede und Rhetorik im Lateinunterricht : zur Lektüre von Ciceros Reden
    Review/Collection: Auxilia ; 26
    Place edition: Bamberg
    Editor: Buchner
    Year edition: 1992
    Pages: 152
    Review: Kohl, "Anregung", 39, 1993, 124
    Author initials: Jäger 1992
  10. Author: Jäger, Gerhard
    Title: Das sogenannte Höhlengleichnis des Aristoteles : Überlegungen zu Cicero, De natura deorum 2,95
    Review/Collection: in: Humanismus und Bildung : Zukunftschancen der Tradition : Beiträge zur Bildungstheorie und Didaktik der Alten Sprachen : II, Interpretationen / hrsg. von Joachim Gruber & Friedrich Maier, 129; Auxilia ; 28
    Place edition: Bamberg
    Editor: Buchner
    Year edition: 1991
    Pages: 51-60
    Author initials: Jäger 1991
  11. Author: Jal, P.
    Title: L'impérialisme romain. Observations sur les témoignages littéraires latins de la fin de la République romaine
    Review/Collection: "Ktéma", VII
    Year edition: 1982
    Pages: 143-152
    Author initials: Jal 1982
  12. Author: Jáñez Barrio Tarsicio
    Title: Conversión de san Agustín. Via et sapientia Dei
    Review/Collection: "Augustinus", XXXII
    Year edition: 1987
    Pages: 231-259
    Author initials: Jáñez 1987
  13. Author: Jänicke, Christian
    Title: Die Verbindung der Substantiva durch Präpositionen bei Cicero. Von Christian Jänicke
    Place edition: Wien
    Editor: Verlag des k. k. Staatsgymnasiums im III. Bezirke
    Year edition: 1886
    Pages: 14
    Author initials: Jänicke 1886
  14. Author: Janssen, Tjitte H.
    Title: *Cicero, Marcus Tullius, Lotsbeschikking
    Place edition: Meppel
    Editor: Boom
    Year edition: 1992
    Pages: 210
    Review: Lukoschus, "Tijdschrift voor filosofie", 56, 1994, 609-610
    Author initials: Janssen 1992
  15. Author: Jarratt, Susan C.
    Title: Sappho's memory
    Review/Collection: "Rhetoric Society Quarterly", 32, (1)
    Year edition: 2002
    Pages: 11-43
    Author initials: Jarratt 2002
  16. Author: Javier Iso, José [Trad.]
    Title: *Cicero, Marcus Tullius, Sobre el orador
    Review/Collection: Biblioteca clásica Gredos ; 300
    Place edition: Madrid
    Editor: Gredos
    Year edition: 2002
    Pages: 509
    Review: Bérchez Castaño, "Estudios clásicos", 2003, 45, 124, 114-115
    Author initials: Javier Iso 2002
  17. Author: Jax, K.
    Title: Ciceros Zugeständnis an die nationale Reaktion gegen den griechischen Kultureinfluss
    Review/Collection: "Ciceroniana", I
    Year edition: 1959
    Pages: 148-157
    Author initials: Jax 1959
  18. Author: Jehne, Martin
    Title: Feeding the Plebs with Words: the Significance of Senatorial Public Oratory in the Small World of Roman Politics
    Review/Collection: in: Steel, C. & van der Blom, H. (Ed.), Community and Communication. Oratory and Politics in Republican Rome
    Place edition: Oxford
    Editor: Oxford University Press
    Year edition: 2013
    Pages: 49-62
    Description: Si analizza la De imperio Cn. Pompei alla luce delle strategie comunicative adottate da Cicerone nella sua prima contio al popolo: Cicerone non fa leva sugli interessi materiali dei contionales (che in realtà erano piuttosto distanti dalle circostanze di cui si trattava nel discorso), ma sottolinea l'importanza del popolo per le decisioni che riguardano la comunità, insistendo su concetti quali gloria, dignitas, sapientia, salus communis; egli dà inoltre grande risalto al tema della auctoritas che spetta al popolo nella decisione sull'attribuzione del comando straordinario a Pompeo contro le resistenze dei principes senatus. [TmRc]
    Works: Pro lege Manilia - De imperio Cn. Pompei 
    Link: https://www.oxfordscholarship.com/view/10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199641895.001.0001/acprof-978019964189
    5-chapter-4

    Author initials: Jehne 2013
  19. Author: Jennings, Margaret
    Title: Medieval Thematic Preaching: A Ciceronian Second Coming
    Review/Collection: in: Cox, V. & Ward, J. O. (Ed.), The Rhetoric of Cicero in its Medieval and Early Renaissance Commentary Tradition (Brill's Companions to the Christian Tradition, 2)
    Place edition: Leiden & Boston
    Editor: Brill
    Year edition: 2006
    Link: http://www.brill.nl/rhetoric-cicero-its-medieval-and-early-renaissance-commentary-tradition
    Author initials: Jennings 2006
  20. Author: Jeppesen-Wigelsworth, Alison
    Title: Amici and Coniuges in Cicero's Letters: Atticus and Terentia
    Review/Collection: “Latomus”, 72, 2
    Year edition: 2013
    Pages: 350-364
    Description: [Comment] [EdC] L’A. si propone di indagare, all’interno dell’epistolario ciceroniano, due diverse tipologie di rapporti affettivi: l’amicizia con Attico e il matrimonio con Terenzia. Il confronto tra alcune lettere indirizzate al fedele amico ed altre alla moglie (precisamente Att. 44, 5; Fam. 6, 1; Att. 47; Att. 73, 2; Att. 50, 2; Fam. 119, 1) rivela come “in the late Republic, the relationship of upperclass men with their wives had more in common with upper-class friendship than has previously been suggested” (p. 351). La disamina dei contesti di composizione delle epistole si coniuga con l’analisi delle scelte espressive, in particolare degli epiteti (pp. 352-359), il cui impiego, tanto nel caso di Terenzia quanto nel caso di Attico, sembra dettato o da fini retorici o da determinate circostanze emotive, “at times of great stress” (p. 356), per usare le parole dell’Autore (l’esilio nel 58 a.C. o gli eventi successivi alla sconfitta di Pompeo nel 48 a.C.). Terenzia ed Attico, alla luce di una valutazione comparativa tra le suddette lettere, non svolgono nei confronti di Cicerone funzioni tanto diverse e, d’altro canto, la stessa relazione con Terenzia pare fondata più su principi di stretta solidarietà e condivisione che su “ideali romantici” propriamente detti. L’oratore perciò confida egualmente nel loro supporto, nella loro assistenza, nei loro consigli, si aspetta che siano dalla sua parte e che si adoperino per il suo successo. Si rivolge così alla moglie “as a political advisor and friend” e, in modo del tutto speculare, parla affettuosamente all’uomo “who was his political advisor and friend” (p. 364)
    Author initials: Jeppesen 2013
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