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BIBLIOGRAPHY

E. SCHWARTZ in Paully-Wissowa's Real-Encyclopädie der classischen Altertumswissenschaft, 32 (1899), pp. 1684-1722. By far the best general account of Dio's work. Large collection of parallels for study of sources.

H. PETER: Die geschichtliche Litteratur iiber die römische Kaiserzeit (2 vols., 1897). ii. 84-101 ; and passim (see index).

A. VON GUTSCHMiD: Kleine Schriften (1894), v. 547-62. First attempt to determine period covered by each of the lost books.

G. M. COLUMBA: Cassio Dione e le guerre galliche di Cesare. Società reale di Napoli, Accad. di archeologia, lettere e belle arti. Atti, xxiii, pt. 2 (1905), pp. 1-62.

J. WILL: Quae ratio intercedat inter Dionis Cassi de Caesaris bellis Gallicis narrationem et commentarios Caesaris de hello Gallico. (1901)

P. MEYER: De Maecenatis oratione a Dione ficta. (1891)

J. BERGMANS: Die Quellen der Vita Tiberii des Cassius Dio. (1903)

H. JAEGER: De Cassii Dionis librorum 57. et 58. fontibus. (1910)

R. FERWER: Die politischen Anschauungen des Cassius Dio. (1878)

E. LITSCH: De Cassio Dione imitatore Thucydidis. (1893)

E. KYHNITZSCH: De contionibus quas Cassius Dio historiae suae intexuit, cum Thucydideis comparatis, (1894)

In addition to the symbols already given for the Mss. and collections of excerpts the following abbreviations are employed in the critical apparatus: —

Bk. = Bekker.
Bs. = Boissevain.
Dind. = Dindorf.
v. Herw. = von Herwerden.
Leuncl. = Leunclavius.
Patr. = Petrus Patricius.
Rk. = Reiske.
St. = Sturz.
Urs. = Ursinus.
Val. = Valesius.
Xiph. = Xiphilinus.
Xyl. = Xylander.
Zon. = Zonaras.