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Di Marco, M. 1992. Concordanza del De anima di Cassiodoro . Soveria Mannelli: Rubbettino.

Cassius felix

Maire, B. and Fraisse, A. Cassii Felicis libri de medicina concordantiae : accedunt numeri, voces Graecae Graecis Latinisque litteris scriptae, index nominum notabiliorum, index frequentiae decrescentis formarum . Alpha-Omega. Reihe A, Lexika, Indizes, Konkordanzen zur klassischen Philologie, 235. Hildesheim: Olms-Weidmann, 2000.

Marcus porcius cato:

Purnelle, G. 1988. De agricultura, fragmenta omnia servata. Index verborum, liste de fréquence, relevés grammaticaux. Liège: Univ. de Liège, Centre informatique de philosophie&letters.

Briggs, W. 1983. Concordantia in Catonis Librum de agri cultura . Alpha-Omega. Reihe A, Lexika, Indizes, Konkordanzen zur klassischen Philologie, 70. Hildesheim: Olms-Weidmann.

Gaius valerius catullus:

McCarren, V. P., ed. 1977. A Critical concordance to Catullus with the computer assistance of William Tajibnapis. Leiden: Brill.

Wetmore M. N. 1912. Index verborum catullianus . New Haven: Yale University Press.

Marcus tullius cicero:

Real Francia, Pedro José del. 2004. Ciceronis carminum concordantia . Alpha-Omega. Reihe A, Lexika, Indizes, Konkordanzen zur klassischen Philologie, 240. Hildesheim: Olms-Weidmann.

Abbott, K. M., et al. 1964. Index verborum in Ciceronis Rhetorica, necnon incerti auctoris libros Ad Herennium. Based on the editions of Cicero's Rhetorica, by A. S. Wilkins, De inventione, by Eduard Stroebel, and the 2d ed. of Ad Herennium, by Friedrich Marx. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

Spaeth, J. W. 1955. Index verborum Ciceronis poeticorum fragmentorum. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

Oldfather, W.A., et al. 1938. Index verborum Ciceronis Epistularum . Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

Fuchs, I. W. 1937. Index verborum in Ciceronis De inventione libros II. Hague: van Schepenzeel Drukkerij.

Merguet, H. 1894. Lexicon ze den Philosophischen Schriften Ciceros . Jena.

Merguet, H. 1884. Lexicon ze den Reden des Cicero . Jena.

Claudius claudianus

Christiansen, P.G. 1988. Concordantia in Claudianum. Alpha-Omega. Reihe A,, Lexika, Indizes, Konkordanzen zur klassischen Philologie, Bd. 47. Hildesheim, New York: Olms.

Codex bezae cantabrigensis

Stone R. C. 1946. The language of the Latin text of Codex Bezae: With an Index verborum. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

Lucius junius moderatus columella

Betts, G.G. 1971. Index to the Uppsala Edition of Columella. Studia Latina Upsaliensia 6. Upsala: Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis.

Corpus glossariorum latinorum

Goetz, G., ed. 1923. Corpus Glossariorum Latinorum 7 vols. Leipzig.

Corpus grammaticorum latinorum veterum

Lomanto, V. 1990. “A concordance to Keil's Latin grammarians.” CHum 24: 427-435.

Corpus hermeticum

Georgi D., and J. Strugnell. 1971. Concordance to the Corpus Hermeticum , Tractate One. The Poimandres. Cambridge (Mass.): Boston Theological Institute.

Corpus insciptionum latinarum

Index; most volumes have complete indices

Corpus iuris civilis

Crawford, M.H. ed. 1996. Roman Statutes, 2 vol. with indexes. BICS 64. London: University of London.

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