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  1. Author: Albrecht, Michael von
    Title: Cicero und die Götter Siziliens
    Review/Collection: "Ciceroniana", NS 4
    Year edition: 1980
    Pages: 53-62
    Works: In Verrem I 
    Author initials: Albrecht 1980
  2. Author: Albrecht, Michael von
    Title: Cicéron; théorie rhétorique et pratique oratoire
    Review/Collection: "Les études classiques", 52
    Year edition: 1984
    Pages: 19-24
    Author initials: Albrecht 1984
  3. Author: Albrecht, Michael von
    Title: Ciceros Bildungsideal in De Oratore mit besonderer Berüchtsichtigung des Sokrates
    Review/Collection: in: Neukam, P. (Hrsg.), Die Antike im Brennpunkt (Dialog Schule-Wiss., Klassische Sprachen und Literaturen, Bd. 25)
    Place edition: München
    Editor: Bayerischer Schulbuch-Verlag
    Year edition: 1991
    Pages: 7-25
    Works: De oratore 
    Author initials: Albrecht 1991
  4. Author: Albrecht, Michael von
    Title: Ciceros rhetorisches Bildungsideal in De oratore mit besonderer Berücksichtigung des Sokrates
    Review/Collection: in: Neukam, Paul (Hrsg.), Die Antike im Brennpunkt: Dialog Schule-Wiss
    Year edition: 1991
    Pages: 7-25
    Works: De oratore 
    Author initials: Albrecht 1991b
  5. Author: Albrecht, Michael von
    Title: Cicero's Style: A Synopsis Followed by Selected Analytic Studies
    Review/Collection: "Mnemosyne Suppl.", 245
    Place edition: Leiden
    Editor: Brill
    Year edition: 2003
    Pages: X, 281
    Review: Tunberg, T., "Bryn Mawr Classical Review", 2003.12.09. Cadenas Navarro, J. A., "Revista de estudios latinos", 5 (2005), 364-368.  Minkova, M., "Les Etudes Classiques", 73, 4 (2005), 391-393. Minkova, M., "Vox Latina", 41, 162 (2005), 617-619.
    Description: [Abstract] This study of Cicero’s style discusses differences of literary genres, nuances of style within individual works, and chronological development, followed by an account of fixed elements typical of Cicero’s diction. Finally, selected interpretative studies demonstrate the relationship of style and context in the orations, with special regard to literary form and political or moral content. The book concludes with an Epilogue on the "De oratore" and the culture of speech, contrary to inveterate prejudices, Cicero does not confine himself to a single (so-called "Ciceronian") style, but consciously and ably employs the full register of styles. The author points out in what respects a study of his style might be rewarding even today.
    Works: De oratore 
    Author initials: Albrecht 2003
  6. Author: Albrecht, Michael von
    Title: Das Prooemium von Ciceros Rede Pro Archia poeta und das Problem der Zweckmässigkeit der argumentatio extra causam
    Review/Collection: "Gymnasium", 76
    Year edition: 1969
    Pages: 419-429
    Works: Pro Archia 
    Author initials: Albrecht 1969
  7. Author: Albrecht, Michael von
    Title: Fortuna europea de Lucrecio
    Review/Collection: "Cuadernos de filología clásica. Estudios latinos", 2, 22
    Year edition: 2002
    Pages: 333-361
    Author initials: Albrecht 2002
  8. Author: Albrecht, Michael von
    Title: M. Tullius Cicero, Sprache und Stil
    Review/Collection: in: Paulys Real-Encyclopädie Der Classischen Altertumswissenschaft. Neue Bearbeitung. Supplementband, 13
    Year edition: 1973
    Pages: 1237-1347
    Author initials: Albrecht 1973
  9. Author: Albrecht, Michael von
    Title: Terror et pavor: politica e religione in Lucrezio
    Review/Collection: in: Urso, G. (a cura di), Terror et pavor. Violenza, intimidazione, clandestinità nel mondo antico. Atti del convegno internazionale, Cividale del Friuli, 22-24 settembre 2005 (I convegni della Fondazione Niccolò Canussio, 5)
    Place edition: Pisa
    Editor: Edizioni ETS
    Year edition: 2006
    Pages: 232-245
    Description: [ETS] [Abstract]  Il mondo antico, greco e romano, ha conosciuto diverse forme di violenza politica: dalle guerre imperialistiche, che uno stato conduce contro un altro stato, con eserciti regolari e con capi e responsabilità noti; alla repressione esercitata con abusi dai governatori di provincia, per ristabilire l'ordine pubblico; allo scontro tra fazioni per il controllo o la conquista del potere; all'instaurazione di regimi tirannici, spesso dispotici, che reprimono nel sangue ogni legittima opposizione; alle guerre civili, con la violenza e l'arbitrio di chi approfitta dell'occasione per arricchirsi o per vendicarsi. Ma il mondo antico ha conosciuto anche fenomeni paragonabili a quello dell'odierno terrorismo, inteso come un metodo di lotta adottato da gruppi che operano nella clandestinità, che si propongono di rovesciare con attentati, assassini o rapimenti l'ordine costituito e che agiscono in modo indiscriminato, seminando il terrore. La paura soggettiva di essere colpiti può amplificare così gli effetti immediati dell'azione terroristica e paralizzare ogni tentativo di reazione.
     
    Link: http://www.fondazionecanussio.org/atti2005/12von_Albrecht.pdf
    Author initials: Albrecht 2006
  10. Author: Albrecht, Michael von & Schmeling, Gareth L.
    Title: A History of Roman Literature: From Livius Andronicus to Boethius: with Special Regard to Its Influence on World Literature
    Editor: Brill
    Year edition: 1997
    Pages: 1843
    Review:  Kenney, E. J., "Bryn Mawr Classical Review", 98.2.04.
    Description: Vol. 1 translated with the assistance of Frances and Kevin Newman; v. 2 translated with the assistance of Ruth R. Caston and Francis R. Schwartz.
    Link: http://books.google.com/books?id=vjk4rkpr-SAC&printsec=frontcover&hl=fr&source=gbs_summary_r&cad=0
    Author initials: Albrecht & Schmeling 1997
  11. Author: Alcântara, Alexandre de Oliveira
    Title: Velhice no De senectute de Marco Túlio Cícero
    Place edition: Curitiba
    Editor: Juruá Editora
    Year edition: 2017
    Works: Cato Maior de senectute 
    Author initials: Alcântara 2017
  12. Author: Alessandrelli, Michele
    Title: Cic. Acad. II 58: a proposito di un passo controverso
    Review/Collection: "Elenchos", 24, 2
    Year edition: 2003
    Pages: 399-416
    Works: Academici libri 
    Author initials: Alessandrelli 2003
  13. Author: Alessio, Gian Carlo
    Title: "An Rhetorica falso sit inscripta ad Herennium": un promemoria
    Review/Collection: "Ciceroniana", NS 11
    Year edition: 2000
    Pages: 141-158
    Description: Disamina delle posizioni critiche degli Umanisti, dagli inizi del Quattrocento agli inizi del Cinquecento, a proposito dell'attribuzione a Cicerone della Rhetorica ad Herennium. (Année philogique)
    Works: [Ciceronis] Rhetorica ad Herennium 
    Link: https://doi.org/10.13135/2532-5353/1309
    Author initials: Alessio 2000
  14. Author: Alessio, Gian Carlo
    Title: The Rhetorical Juvenilia of Cicero and the artes dictaminis
    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: Alessio 2006
  15. Author: Alexander, Michael C.
    Title: Hortensius' Speech in Defense of Verres
    Review/Collection: "Phoenix", 30
    Year edition: 1976
    Pages: 46-53
    Description: En s’appuyant sur Quintilien, Cicéron, Plutarque et le Pseudo Asconius, l’auteur montre que Verres est resté à Rome après la première actio et qu’Hortensius assura un plaidoyer bref mais brillant de son client. With materials from Quintilian, Cicero, Plutarch, and Pseudo-Asconius, the author shows that Verres remained in Rome after the first actio and that Hortensius made a short but brillant speech to defend his client [PhR].
    Works: In Verrem IIn Verrem II 
    Author initials: Alexander 1976
  16. Author: Alexander, Michael C.
    Title: Repetition of prosecution, and the scope of prosecutions, in the standing criminal courts of the late republic
    Review/Collection: "California Studies in Classical Antiquity", 13
    Year edition: 1982
    Pages: 141-166
    Author initials: Alexander 1982
  17. Author: Alexander, Michael C.
    Title: The case for the prosecution in the Ciceronian era
    Place edition: Ann Arbor (Mich.)
    Editor: University of Michigan Pr.
    Year edition: 2002
    Pages: XII, 370
    Review: Dyck, A. R., "Bryn Mawr Classical Review", 2003.09.37. Field, L., "New England classical journal", 31, 2 (2004), 173-174. . . Hall, J., "Classical Review", NS 54, 1 (2004), 91-93. Harries, J., "Journal of Roman Studies", 94 (2004), 237-238. Fleury, P., "Phoenix", 59, 1-2 (2005), 185-187. Platschek, J., "Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte", 122 (2005), 347-352. Venturini C., "Gnomon", 78, 3 (2006), 267-269.
    Description: [Publisher abstract] In The Case for the Prosecution in the Ciceronian Era, Michael C. Alexander offers a reconstruction of the case for the prosecution in eleven criminal trials held in the late Roman Republic. Scholars' previous understanding of these trials has been conditioned by the only extant primary source: the forensic speeches of Cicero. With the exception of one important trial, all these speeches are for the defense. In this study, Alexander analyzes Cicero's arguments to rebuild the lost side of the trials from the prosecution's point of view. Alexander's examination of each trial reveals the strong points of the prosecution's case, as well as the weaknesses on which Cicero's defense seized. Alexander brings to bear his expertise on Roman law as he considers a wide variety of factors--evidence collected by the prosecution, legal arguments, rhetorical skill of advocates on both sides, and participants' personal prestige--to understand why the prosecutors believed they would emerge victorious.
    Works: In Vatinium testem 
    Author initials: Alexander 2002
  18. Author: Alexander, Michael C.
    Title: The Role of Torquatus the Younger in the Ambitus Prosecution of Sulla in 66 B.C., and Cicero de finibus 2, 62
    Review/Collection: "Classical Philology", 94, 1
    Place edition: Chicago
    Editor: University of Chicago Press
    Year edition: 1999
    Pages: 1999
    Description: [AntOrl]
    Works: De finibus bonorum et malorum 
    Author initials: Alexander 1999
  19. Author: Alexander, Michael C.
    Title: Trials in the late Roman Republic, 149 BC to 50 BC
    Review/Collection: Series Phoenix. Supplementary volume, 26
    Place edition: Toronto - Buffalo
    Editor: University of Toronto Press
    Year edition: 1990
    Pages: XVIII, 232
    Description: [Publisher abstract] Records of criminal and civil trials offer scholars a wealth of information about legal practices and principles, social history, and the conventions of rhetoric. For Roman historians court records as we know them today do not exist. To fill that gap Michael C. Alexander has tabulated, as exhaustively as possible, the scattered information available about the 391 known trials, criminal and civil, dating from the last century of the Roman Republic (149 BC to 50 BC). For each case Alexander provides as many pieces of legal data as are available, including wherever possible the date of the trial, the charge, the verdict, and the names of all involved: defendant, defense speaker, prosecutor or plaintiff, presiding magistrate, jurors, and witnesses. The entry for each trial also contains citations of relevant ancient sources and modern scholarship. Footnotes make the reader aware of any dubious or controversial points which relate to the formal aspects of the trial. Also included are a general index of names, plus separate indexes by role, and an index of procedures. For Roman historians and scholars in the fields of Roman law and Latin rhetoric, this volume is an invaluable reference work for the study of the judicial system of ancient Rome in the last one hundred years of the Republic.
    Author initials: Alexander 1990
  20. Author: Alexander, W. H.
    Title: Cicero de se ipso (Fam. VII, 3)
    Review/Collection: "The Classical Bulletin", 36
    Year edition: 1959
    Pages: 4-5
    Works: Epistulae ad familiares 
    Author initials: Alexander 1959
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