The Letters of Cassiodorus Being A Condensed Translation Of The Variae Epistolae Of Magnus Aurelius Cassiodorus Senator
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The Letters of Cassiodorus Being A Condensed Translation Of The Variae Epistolae Of Magnus Aurelius Cassiodorus Senator

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  • THE
  • LETTERS OF CASSIODORUS
    • BEING
    • A CONDENSED TRANSLATION OF THE VARIAE EPISTOLAE OF MAGNUS AURELIUS CASSIODORUS SENATOR
      • With an Introduction
      • BY
    • With an Introduction
    • BY
    • THOMAS HODGKIN
      • FELLOW OF UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, LONDON; HON. D.C.L. OF DURHAM UNIVERSITY AUTHOR OF 'ITALY AND HER INVADERS'
    • FELLOW OF UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, LONDON; HON. D.C.L. OF DURHAM UNIVERSITY AUTHOR OF 'ITALY AND HER INVADERS'
    • PREFACE.
    • NOTE.
  • CONTENTS.
    • INTRODUCTION.
      • CHAPTER I.
        • LIFE OF CASSIODORUS.
      • LIFE OF CASSIODORUS.
      • CHAPTER II.
        • THE 'ANECDOTON HOLDERI.'
      • THE 'ANECDOTON HOLDERI.'
      • CHAPTER III.
        • THE GRADATIONS OF OFFICIAL RANK IN THE LOWER EMPIRE.
      • THE GRADATIONS OF OFFICIAL RANK IN THE LOWER EMPIRE.
      • CHAPTER IV.
        • ON THE OFFICIUM OF THE PRAEFECTUS PRAETORIO.
      • ON THE OFFICIUM OF THE PRAEFECTUS PRAETORIO.
      • CHAPTER V.
        • BIBLIOGRAPHY.
      • BIBLIOGRAPHY.
      • CHAPTER VI.
        • CHRONOLOGY.
      • CHRONOLOGY.
    • CHAPTER I.
      • LIFE OF CASSIODORUS.
    • LIFE OF CASSIODORUS.
    • CHAPTER II.
      • THE 'ANECDOTON HOLDERI.'
    • THE 'ANECDOTON HOLDERI.'
    • CHAPTER III.
      • THE GRADATIONS OF OFFICIAL RANK IN THE LOWER EMPIRE.
    • THE GRADATIONS OF OFFICIAL RANK IN THE LOWER EMPIRE.
    • CHAPTER IV.
      • ON THE OFFICIUM OF THE PRAEFECTUS PRAETORIO.
    • ON THE OFFICIUM OF THE PRAEFECTUS PRAETORIO.
    • CHAPTER V.
      • BIBLIOGRAPHY.
    • BIBLIOGRAPHY.
    • CHAPTER VI.
      • CHRONOLOGY.
    • CHRONOLOGY.
    • ABSTRACT OF THE 'VARIAE.'
      • BOOK I.
        • CONTAINING FORTY-SIX LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN THE NAME OF THEODORIC.
      • CONTAINING FORTY-SIX LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN THE NAME OF THEODORIC.
      • BOOK II.
        • CONTAINING FORTY-ONE LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN THE NAME OF THEODORIC.
      • CONTAINING FORTY-ONE LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN THE NAME OF THEODORIC.
      • BOOK III.
        • CONTAINING FIFTY-THREE LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN THE NAME OF THEODORIC.
      • CONTAINING FIFTY-THREE LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN THE NAME OF THEODORIC.
      • BOOK IV.
        • CONTAINING FIFTY-ONE LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN THE NAME OF THEODORIC.
      • CONTAINING FIFTY-ONE LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN THE NAME OF THEODORIC.
      • BOOK V.
        • CONTAINING FORTY-FOUR LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN THE NAME OF THEODORIC.
      • CONTAINING FORTY-FOUR LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN THE NAME OF THEODORIC.
      • BOOK VI.
        • CONTAINING TWENTY-FIVE FORMULAE.
      • CONTAINING TWENTY-FIVE FORMULAE.
      • BOOK VII.
        • CONTAINING FORTY-SEVEN FORMULAE.
      • CONTAINING FORTY-SEVEN FORMULAE.
      • BOOK VIII.
        • CONTAINING THIRTY-THREE LETTERS, ALL WRITTEN IN THE NAME OF ATHALARIC THE KING, EXCEPT THE ELEVENTH, WHICH IS WRITTEN IN THE NAME OF TULUM.
      • CONTAINING THIRTY-THREE LETTERS, ALL WRITTEN IN THE NAME OF ATHALARIC THE KING, EXCEPT THE ELEVENTH, WHICH IS WRITTEN IN THE NAME OF TULUM.
      • BOOK IX.
        • CONTAINING TWENTY-FIVE LETTERS, WRITTEN IN THE NAME OF ATHALARIC THE KING.
      • CONTAINING TWENTY-FIVE LETTERS, WRITTEN IN THE NAME OF ATHALARIC THE KING.
      • BOOK X.
        • CONTAINING THIRTY-FIVE LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS:
        • FOUR IN THE NAME OF QUEEN AMALASUENTHA; TWENTY-TWO IN THAT OF KING THEODAHAD; FOUR IN THAT OF HIS WIFE GUDELINA; FIVE IN THAT OF KING WITIGIS.
      • CONTAINING THIRTY-FIVE LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS:
      • FOUR IN THE NAME OF QUEEN AMALASUENTHA; TWENTY-TWO IN THAT OF KING THEODAHAD; FOUR IN THAT OF HIS WIFE GUDELINA; FIVE IN THAT OF KING WITIGIS.
      • BOOK XI.
        • CONTAINING THIRTY-NINE LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN HIS OWN NAME AS PRAEFECTUS PRAETORIO, AND ONE ON BEHALF OF THE ROMAN SENATE.
      • CONTAINING THIRTY-NINE LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN HIS OWN NAME AS PRAEFECTUS PRAETORIO, AND ONE ON BEHALF OF THE ROMAN SENATE.
      • BOOK XII.
        • CONTAINING TWENTY-EIGHT LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN HIS OWN NAME AS PRAETORIAN PRAEFECT.
      • CONTAINING TWENTY-EIGHT LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN HIS OWN NAME AS PRAETORIAN PRAEFECT.
    • BOOK I.
      • CONTAINING FORTY-SIX LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN THE NAME OF THEODORIC.
    • CONTAINING FORTY-SIX LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN THE NAME OF THEODORIC.
    • BOOK II.
      • CONTAINING FORTY-ONE LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN THE NAME OF THEODORIC.
    • CONTAINING FORTY-ONE LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN THE NAME OF THEODORIC.
    • BOOK III.
      • CONTAINING FIFTY-THREE LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN THE NAME OF THEODORIC.
    • CONTAINING FIFTY-THREE LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN THE NAME OF THEODORIC.
    • BOOK IV.
      • CONTAINING FIFTY-ONE LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN THE NAME OF THEODORIC.
    • CONTAINING FIFTY-ONE LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN THE NAME OF THEODORIC.
    • BOOK V.
      • CONTAINING FORTY-FOUR LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN THE NAME OF THEODORIC.
    • CONTAINING FORTY-FOUR LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN THE NAME OF THEODORIC.
    • BOOK VI.
      • CONTAINING TWENTY-FIVE FORMULAE.
    • CONTAINING TWENTY-FIVE FORMULAE.
    • BOOK VII.
      • CONTAINING FORTY-SEVEN FORMULAE.
    • CONTAINING FORTY-SEVEN FORMULAE.
    • BOOK VIII.
      • CONTAINING THIRTY-THREE LETTERS, ALL WRITTEN IN THE NAME OF ATHALARIC THE KING, EXCEPT THE ELEVENTH, WHICH IS WRITTEN IN THE NAME OF TULUM.
    • CONTAINING THIRTY-THREE LETTERS, ALL WRITTEN IN THE NAME OF ATHALARIC THE KING, EXCEPT THE ELEVENTH, WHICH IS WRITTEN IN THE NAME OF TULUM.
    • BOOK IX.
      • CONTAINING TWENTY-FIVE LETTERS, WRITTEN IN THE NAME OF ATHALARIC THE KING.
    • CONTAINING TWENTY-FIVE LETTERS, WRITTEN IN THE NAME OF ATHALARIC THE KING.
    • BOOK X.
      • CONTAINING THIRTY-FIVE LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS:
      • FOUR IN THE NAME OF QUEEN AMALASUENTHA; TWENTY-TWO IN THAT OF KING THEODAHAD; FOUR IN THAT OF HIS WIFE GUDELINA; FIVE IN THAT OF KING WITIGIS.
    • CONTAINING THIRTY-FIVE LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS:
    • FOUR IN THE NAME OF QUEEN AMALASUENTHA; TWENTY-TWO IN THAT OF KING THEODAHAD; FOUR IN THAT OF HIS WIFE GUDELINA; FIVE IN THAT OF KING WITIGIS.
    • BOOK XI.
      • CONTAINING THIRTY-NINE LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN HIS OWN NAME AS PRAEFECTUS PRAETORIO, AND ONE ON BEHALF OF THE ROMAN SENATE.
    • CONTAINING THIRTY-NINE LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN HIS OWN NAME AS PRAEFECTUS PRAETORIO, AND ONE ON BEHALF OF THE ROMAN SENATE.
    • BOOK XII.
      • CONTAINING TWENTY-EIGHT LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN HIS OWN NAME AS PRAETORIAN PRAEFECT.
    • CONTAINING TWENTY-EIGHT LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN HIS OWN NAME AS PRAETORIAN PRAEFECT.
    • ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS.
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • CHAPTER I.
      • LIFE OF CASSIODORUS.
      • NOTE ON THE TOPOGRAPHY OF SQUILLACE.
    • LIFE OF CASSIODORUS.
    • NOTE ON THE TOPOGRAPHY OF SQUILLACE.
    • CHAPTER II.
      • THE ANECDOTON HOLDERI.
    • THE ANECDOTON HOLDERI.
    • CHAPTER III.
      • THE GRADATIONS OF OFFICIAL RANK IN THE LATER EMPIRE.
    • THE GRADATIONS OF OFFICIAL RANK IN THE LATER EMPIRE.
    • CHAPTER IV.
      • ON THE OFFICIUM OF THE PRAEFECTUS PRAETORIO[120].
    • ON THE OFFICIUM OF THE PRAEFECTUS PRAETORIO[120].
    • CHAPTER V.
      • BIBLIOGRAPHY.
    • BIBLIOGRAPHY.
    • CHAPTER VI.
      • CHRONOLOGY.
      • Chronological Tables.
      • THE
    • CHRONOLOGY.
    • Chronological Tables.
    • THE
    • LETTERS OF CASSIODORUS.
    • PREFACE[192].
    • BOOK I.
      • CONTAINING FORTY-SIX LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN THE NAME OF THEODORIC.
      • 1. King Theodoric to Emperor Anastasius.
      • 2. King Theodoric to Theon, Vir Sublimis.
      • 3. King Theodoric to Cassiodorus, Vir Illustris and Patrician[214].
      • 4. King Theodoric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
      • 5. King Theodoric to Florianus, Vir Spectabilis.
      • 6. King Theodoric to Agapitus, Praefectus Urbis.
      • 7. King Theodoric to Felix, Vir Clarissimus.
      • 8. King Theodoric to Amabilis, the Collector (Exsecutor).
      • 9. King Theodoric to Eustorgius, Bishop of Milan.
      • 10. King Theodoric to Boetius[223], Vir Illustris and Patrician.
      • 11. King Theodoric to Servatus, Duke of the Raetias.
      • 12. King Theodoric to Eugenius (or Eugenites)[225], Vir Illustris, Magister Officiorum.
      • 13. King Theodoric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
      • 14. King Theodoric to Faustus, Praepositus.
      • 15. King Theodoric to Festus, Vir Illustris and Patrician.
      • 16. King Theodoric to Julianus, Comes Patrimonii [probably 508].
      • 17. King Theodoric to all the Gothic and Roman Inhabitants of Dertona (Tortona).
      • 18. King Theodoric to Domitianus and Wilias.
      • 19. King Theodoric to Saturninus and Verbusius, Viri Sublimes.
      • 20. King Theodoric to Albinus and Albienus, Viri Illustres and Patricians.
      • 21. King Theodoric to Maximian, Vir Illustris; and Andreas, Vir Spectabilis.
      • 22. King Theodoric to Marcellus, Vir Spectabilis, Advocatus Fisci.
      • 23. King Theodoric to Coelianus and Agapitus, Viri Illustres and Patricians.
      • 24. King Theodoric to all the Goths.
      • 25. King Theodoric to Sabinianus, Vir Spectabilis.
      • 26. King Theodoric to Faustus, Praepositus.
      • 27. King Theodoric to Speciosus.
      • 28. King Theodoric to all the Goths and Romans.
      • 29. King Theodoric to all the Lucristani (Lustriani?) on the River Sontius (Isonzo).
      • 30. King Theodoric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
      • 31. King Theodoric to the Roman People.
      • 32. King Theodoric to Agapitus, Vir Illustris, Praefectus Urbis.
      • 33. King Theodoric to Agapitus, Vir Illustris, Praefectus Urbis.
      • 34. King Theodoric to Faustus, Praepositus.
      • 35. King Theodoric to Faustus, Praepositus.
      • 36. King Theodoric to Theriolus, Vir Spectabilis.
      • 37. King Theodoric to Crispianus.
      • 38. King Theodoric to Baion, a Senator[242].
      • 39. King Theodoric to Festus, Vir Illustris and Patrician.
      • 40. King Theodoric to Assuin (or Assius), Vir Illustris and Comes.
      • 41. King Theodoric to Agapitus, Vir Illustris, Praefectus Urbis.
      • 42. King Theodoric to Artemidorus, Vir Illustris and Patrician [509 or 524].
      • 43. King Theodoric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
      • 44. King Theodoric to the People of Rome.
      • 45. King Theodoric to Boetius, Vir Illustris and Patrician.
      • 46. King Theodoric to Gundibad [sic], King of the Burgundians.
    • CONTAINING FORTY-SIX LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN THE NAME OF THEODORIC.
    • 1. King Theodoric to Emperor Anastasius.
    • 2. King Theodoric to Theon, Vir Sublimis.
    • 3. King Theodoric to Cassiodorus, Vir Illustris and Patrician[214].
    • 4. King Theodoric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
    • 5. King Theodoric to Florianus, Vir Spectabilis.
    • 6. King Theodoric to Agapitus, Praefectus Urbis.
    • 7. King Theodoric to Felix, Vir Clarissimus.
    • 8. King Theodoric to Amabilis, the Collector (Exsecutor).
    • 9. King Theodoric to Eustorgius, Bishop of Milan.
    • 10. King Theodoric to Boetius[223], Vir Illustris and Patrician.
    • 11. King Theodoric to Servatus, Duke of the Raetias.
    • 12. King Theodoric to Eugenius (or Eugenites)[225], Vir Illustris, Magister Officiorum.
    • 13. King Theodoric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
    • 14. King Theodoric to Faustus, Praepositus.
    • 15. King Theodoric to Festus, Vir Illustris and Patrician.
    • 16. King Theodoric to Julianus, Comes Patrimonii [probably 508].
    • 17. King Theodoric to all the Gothic and Roman Inhabitants of Dertona (Tortona).
    • 18. King Theodoric to Domitianus and Wilias.
    • 19. King Theodoric to Saturninus and Verbusius, Viri Sublimes.
    • 20. King Theodoric to Albinus and Albienus, Viri Illustres and Patricians.
    • 21. King Theodoric to Maximian, Vir Illustris; and Andreas, Vir Spectabilis.
    • 22. King Theodoric to Marcellus, Vir Spectabilis, Advocatus Fisci.
    • 23. King Theodoric to Coelianus and Agapitus, Viri Illustres and Patricians.
    • 24. King Theodoric to all the Goths.
    • 25. King Theodoric to Sabinianus, Vir Spectabilis.
    • 26. King Theodoric to Faustus, Praepositus.
    • 27. King Theodoric to Speciosus.
    • 28. King Theodoric to all the Goths and Romans.
    • 29. King Theodoric to all the Lucristani (Lustriani?) on the River Sontius (Isonzo).
    • 30. King Theodoric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
    • 31. King Theodoric to the Roman People.
    • 32. King Theodoric to Agapitus, Vir Illustris, Praefectus Urbis.
    • 33. King Theodoric to Agapitus, Vir Illustris, Praefectus Urbis.
    • 34. King Theodoric to Faustus, Praepositus.
    • 35. King Theodoric to Faustus, Praepositus.
    • 36. King Theodoric to Theriolus, Vir Spectabilis.
    • 37. King Theodoric to Crispianus.
    • 38. King Theodoric to Baion, a Senator[242].
    • 39. King Theodoric to Festus, Vir Illustris and Patrician.
    • 40. King Theodoric to Assuin (or Assius), Vir Illustris and Comes.
    • 41. King Theodoric to Agapitus, Vir Illustris, Praefectus Urbis.
    • 42. King Theodoric to Artemidorus, Vir Illustris and Patrician [509 or 524].
    • 43. King Theodoric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
    • 44. King Theodoric to the People of Rome.
    • 45. King Theodoric to Boetius, Vir Illustris and Patrician.
    • 46. King Theodoric to Gundibad [sic], King of the Burgundians.
    • BOOK II.
      • CONTAINING FORTY-ONE LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN THE NAME OF THEODORIC.
      • 1. King Theodoric to Anastasius, Most Pious Emperor. a.d. 511.
      • 2. King Theodoric to Felix, Vir Illustris, Consul Ordinarius, a.d. 511 (4th of the Indiction).
      • 3. King Theodoric to the Senate. a.d. 511.
      • 4. King Theodoric to Ecdicius (or Benedictus), Vir Honestus.
      • 5. King Theodoric to Faustus, Praepositus.
      • 6. King Theodoric to Agapitus, Illustris and Patrician.
      • 7. King Theodoric to Sura (or Suna), Illustris and Comes.
      • 8. King Theodoric to Bishop Severus, Vir Venerabilis.
      • 9. King Theodoric to Faustus, Praepositus.
      • 10. King Theodoric to Speciosus, Vir Devotus, Comitiacus [Officer of the Court].
      • 11. King Theodoric to Provinus (Probinus?), Illustris and Patrician.
      • 12. King Theodoric to the Count of the Siliquatarii (Customs Officers), and to him who has the Care of the Harbour (of Portus?).
      • 13. King Theodoric to the Sajo[253] Fruinarith.
      • 14. King Theodoric to Symmachus, Patrician.
      • 15. King Theodoric to Venantius, Vir Illustris.
      • 16. King Theodoric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
      • 17. To the Possessors, Defensors, and Curials[256] of the City of Tridentum (Trient).
      • 18. King Theodoric to Bishop Gudila.
      • 19. King Theodoric to all the Goths and Romans, and those who keep the Harbours and Mountain-Fortresses (Clusuras).
      • 20. King Theodoric to the Sajo Unigilis (or Wiligis).
      • 21. King Theodoric to Joannes the Apparitor.
      • 22. King Theodoric to Festus, Vir Illustris and Patrician.
      • 23. King Theodoric to Ampelius, Despotius, and Theodulus, Senators.
      • 24. King Theodoric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
      • 25. An Edict of King Theodoric.
      • 26. King Theodoric to Faustus, Praetorian Praefect.
      • 27. King Theodoric to all the Jews living in Genoa.
      • 28. King Theodoric to Stephanus, 'Senator, Comes Primi Ordinis, and ex-princeps of our Officium[263].'
      • 29. King Theodoric to Adila, Senator and Comes.
      • 30. King Theodoric to Faustus, Praetorian Praefect.
      • 31. King Theodoric to the Dromonarii [Rowers in Express-boats].
      • 32. King Theodoric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
      • 33. King Theodoric to Decius, Illustris and Patrician.
      • 34. King Theodoric to Artemidorus, Praefect of the City.
      • 35. King Theodoric to Tancila, Senator.
      • 36. Edict about the Statue at Como.
      • 37. King Theodoric to Faustus, Praetorian Praefect.
      • 38. King Theodoric to Faustus, Praetorian Praefect.
      • 39. King Theodoric to Aloisius the Architect.
      • 40. King Theodoric to Boetius the Patrician.
      • 41. King Theodoric to Luduin [Clovis], King of the Franks.
    • CONTAINING FORTY-ONE LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN THE NAME OF THEODORIC.
    • 1. King Theodoric to Anastasius, Most Pious Emperor. a.d. 511.
    • 2. King Theodoric to Felix, Vir Illustris, Consul Ordinarius, a.d. 511 (4th of the Indiction).
    • 3. King Theodoric to the Senate. a.d. 511.
    • 4. King Theodoric to Ecdicius (or Benedictus), Vir Honestus.
    • 5. King Theodoric to Faustus, Praepositus.
    • 6. King Theodoric to Agapitus, Illustris and Patrician.
    • 7. King Theodoric to Sura (or Suna), Illustris and Comes.
    • 8. King Theodoric to Bishop Severus, Vir Venerabilis.
    • 9. King Theodoric to Faustus, Praepositus.
    • 10. King Theodoric to Speciosus, Vir Devotus, Comitiacus [Officer of the Court].
    • 11. King Theodoric to Provinus (Probinus?), Illustris and Patrician.
    • 12. King Theodoric to the Count of the Siliquatarii (Customs Officers), and to him who has the Care of the Harbour (of Portus?).
    • 13. King Theodoric to the Sajo[253] Fruinarith.
    • 14. King Theodoric to Symmachus, Patrician.
    • 15. King Theodoric to Venantius, Vir Illustris.
    • 16. King Theodoric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
    • 17. To the Possessors, Defensors, and Curials[256] of the City of Tridentum (Trient).
    • 18. King Theodoric to Bishop Gudila.
    • 19. King Theodoric to all the Goths and Romans, and those who keep the Harbours and Mountain-Fortresses (Clusuras).
    • 20. King Theodoric to the Sajo Unigilis (or Wiligis).
    • 21. King Theodoric to Joannes the Apparitor.
    • 22. King Theodoric to Festus, Vir Illustris and Patrician.
    • 23. King Theodoric to Ampelius, Despotius, and Theodulus, Senators.
    • 24. King Theodoric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
    • 25. An Edict of King Theodoric.
    • 26. King Theodoric to Faustus, Praetorian Praefect.
    • 27. King Theodoric to all the Jews living in Genoa.
    • 28. King Theodoric to Stephanus, 'Senator, Comes Primi Ordinis, and ex-princeps of our Officium[263].'
    • 29. King Theodoric to Adila, Senator and Comes.
    • 30. King Theodoric to Faustus, Praetorian Praefect.
    • 31. King Theodoric to the Dromonarii [Rowers in Express-boats].
    • 32. King Theodoric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
    • 33. King Theodoric to Decius, Illustris and Patrician.
    • 34. King Theodoric to Artemidorus, Praefect of the City.
    • 35. King Theodoric to Tancila, Senator.
    • 36. Edict about the Statue at Como.
    • 37. King Theodoric to Faustus, Praetorian Praefect.
    • 38. King Theodoric to Faustus, Praetorian Praefect.
    • 39. King Theodoric to Aloisius the Architect.
    • 40. King Theodoric to Boetius the Patrician.
    • 41. King Theodoric to Luduin [Clovis], King of the Franks.
    • BOOK III.
      • CONTAINING FIFTY-THREE LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN THE NAME OF THEODORIC.
      • 1. King Theodoric to Alaric, King of the Visigoths.
      • 2. King Theodoric to Gundibad, King of the Burgundians.
      • 3. King Theodoric to the Kings of the Heruli, Warni (Guarni), and Thuringians.
      • 4. King Theodoric to Luduin (Ludwig, or Clovis), King of the Franks.
      • 5. King Theodoric to Importunus, Vir Illustris and Patrician.
      • 6. King Theodoric to the Senate on Importunus' Accession to the Patriciate.
      • 7. King Theodoric to the Venerable Januarius, Bishop of Salona.
      • 8. King Theodoric to Venantius, Senator, Corrector of Lucania and Bruttii.
      • 9. King Theodoric to the Possessores, Defensores, and Curiales[282] dwelling at Aestunae[283].
      • 10. King Theodoric to the Illustrious Festus, Patrician.
      • 11. King Theodoric to Argolicus, Vir Illustris [a.d. 510].
      • 12. King Theodoric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
      • 13. King Theodoric to Sunhivad, Senator.
      • 14. King Theodoric to the Venerable Bishop Aurigenes.
      • 15. King Theodoric to Theodahad, Senator[289].
      • 16. King Theodoric to Gemellus, Senator (509-510).
      • 17. King Theodoric to all the Gaulish Provinces (510).
      • 18. King Theodoric to Gemellus.
      • 19. King Theodoric to Daniel [a 'Commonitorium'].
      • 20. King Theodoric to the Sajo Grimoda and to the Apparitor Ferrocinctus.
      • 21. King Theodoric to Faustus, Vir Illustris.
      • 22. King Theodoric to Artemidorus, Vir Illustris.
      • 23. King Theodoric to Colossaeus, Vir Illustris and Comes (cir. a.d. 505).
      • 24. King Theodoric to all the Barbarians and Romans settled in Pannonia.
      • 25. King Theodoric to Simeon, Vir Illustris and Comes.
      • 26. King Theodoric to Osun, Vir Illustris and Count.
      • 27. King Theodoric to Joannes, Senator, Consular of Campania.
      • 28. King Theodoric to Cassiodorus, Vir Illustris and Patrician[294].
      • 29. King Theodoric to Argolicus, Illustris and Praefect of the City.
      • 30. King Theodoric to Argolicus, Illustris and Praefectus Urbis.
      • 31. King Theodoric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
      • 32. King Theodoric to Gemellus, Senator. a.d. 511.
      • 33. King Theodoric to Argolicus, Illustris, Praefect of the City.
      • 34. King Theodoric to the Inhabitants of Massilia.
      • 35. King Theodoric to Romulus.
      • 36. King Theodoric to the Illustrious Count Arigern.
      • 37. King Theodoric to Bishop Peter.
      • 38. King Theodoric to Wandil [Vuandil[301]].
      • 39. King Theodoric to Felix, Illustris and Consul (a.d. 511).
      • 40. King Theodoric to all the Provincials settled in Gaul.
      • 41. King Theodoric to Gemellus, Senator [Governor of Gothic Gaul[302]].
      • 42. King Theodoric to all the Provincials in Gaul.
      • 43. King Theodoric to Unigis, the Sword-bearer [Spatarius].
      • 44. King Theodoric to all the Landowners [Possessores] of Arles.
      • 45. King Theodoric to Arigern, Illustris and Count.
      • 46. King Theodoric to Adeodatus.
      • 47. King Theodoric to Faustus, Praetorian Praefect.
      • 48. King Theodoric to all Goths and Romans living near the Fort of Verruca[304].
      • 49. King Theodoric to the Honoured Possessores, Defensores, and Curiales of the City of Catana.
      • 50. King Theodoric to the Provincials of Noricum.
      • 51. King Theodoric to Faustus, Praetorian Praefect.
      • 52. King Theodoric to the Illustrious Consularis.
      • 53. King Theodoric to the Illustrious Apronianus, Count of the Private Domains.
    • CONTAINING FIFTY-THREE LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN THE NAME OF THEODORIC.
    • 1. King Theodoric to Alaric, King of the Visigoths.
    • 2. King Theodoric to Gundibad, King of the Burgundians.
    • 3. King Theodoric to the Kings of the Heruli, Warni (Guarni), and Thuringians.
    • 4. King Theodoric to Luduin (Ludwig, or Clovis), King of the Franks.
    • 5. King Theodoric to Importunus, Vir Illustris and Patrician.
    • 6. King Theodoric to the Senate on Importunus' Accession to the Patriciate.
    • 7. King Theodoric to the Venerable Januarius, Bishop of Salona.
    • 8. King Theodoric to Venantius, Senator, Corrector of Lucania and Bruttii.
    • 9. King Theodoric to the Possessores, Defensores, and Curiales[282] dwelling at Aestunae[283].
    • 10. King Theodoric to the Illustrious Festus, Patrician.
    • 11. King Theodoric to Argolicus, Vir Illustris [a.d. 510].
    • 12. King Theodoric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
    • 13. King Theodoric to Sunhivad, Senator.
    • 14. King Theodoric to the Venerable Bishop Aurigenes.
    • 15. King Theodoric to Theodahad, Senator[289].
    • 16. King Theodoric to Gemellus, Senator (509-510).
    • 17. King Theodoric to all the Gaulish Provinces (510).
    • 18. King Theodoric to Gemellus.
    • 19. King Theodoric to Daniel [a 'Commonitorium'].
    • 20. King Theodoric to the Sajo Grimoda and to the Apparitor Ferrocinctus.
    • 21. King Theodoric to Faustus, Vir Illustris.
    • 22. King Theodoric to Artemidorus, Vir Illustris.
    • 23. King Theodoric to Colossaeus, Vir Illustris and Comes (cir. a.d. 505).
    • 24. King Theodoric to all the Barbarians and Romans settled in Pannonia.
    • 25. King Theodoric to Simeon, Vir Illustris and Comes.
    • 26. King Theodoric to Osun, Vir Illustris and Count.
    • 27. King Theodoric to Joannes, Senator, Consular of Campania.
    • 28. King Theodoric to Cassiodorus, Vir Illustris and Patrician[294].
    • 29. King Theodoric to Argolicus, Illustris and Praefect of the City.
    • 30. King Theodoric to Argolicus, Illustris and Praefectus Urbis.
    • 31. King Theodoric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
    • 32. King Theodoric to Gemellus, Senator. a.d. 511.
    • 33. King Theodoric to Argolicus, Illustris, Praefect of the City.
    • 34. King Theodoric to the Inhabitants of Massilia.
    • 35. King Theodoric to Romulus.
    • 36. King Theodoric to the Illustrious Count Arigern.
    • 37. King Theodoric to Bishop Peter.
    • 38. King Theodoric to Wandil [Vuandil[301]].
    • 39. King Theodoric to Felix, Illustris and Consul (a.d. 511).
    • 40. King Theodoric to all the Provincials settled in Gaul.
    • 41. King Theodoric to Gemellus, Senator [Governor of Gothic Gaul[302]].
    • 42. King Theodoric to all the Provincials in Gaul.
    • 43. King Theodoric to Unigis, the Sword-bearer [Spatarius].
    • 44. King Theodoric to all the Landowners [Possessores] of Arles.
    • 45. King Theodoric to Arigern, Illustris and Count.
    • 46. King Theodoric to Adeodatus.
    • 47. King Theodoric to Faustus, Praetorian Praefect.
    • 48. King Theodoric to all Goths and Romans living near the Fort of Verruca[304].
    • 49. King Theodoric to the Honoured Possessores, Defensores, and Curiales of the City of Catana.
    • 50. King Theodoric to the Provincials of Noricum.
    • 51. King Theodoric to Faustus, Praetorian Praefect.
    • 52. King Theodoric to the Illustrious Consularis.
    • 53. King Theodoric to the Illustrious Apronianus, Count of the Private Domains.
    • BOOK IV.
      • CONTAINING FIFTY-ONE LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN THE NAME OF THEODORIC.
      • 1. King Theodoric to Herminafrid, King of the Thuringians.
      • 2. King Theodoric to the King of the Heruli.
      • 3. King Theodoric to Senarius, Vir Illustris, Comes.
      • 4. King Theodoric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
      • 5. King Theodoric to Amabilis, Vir Devotus[332] and Comes.
      • 6. King Theodoric to Symmachus, Vir Illustris, Patrician.
      • 7. King Theodoric to Senarius, Vir Illustris, Comes Privatarum.
      • 8. King Theodoric to the honoured Possessores and Curiales of Forum Livii (Forli).
      • 9. King Theodoric to Osuin, Vir Illustris and Comes.
      • 10. King Theodoric to Joannes, Senator and Consularis of Campania.
      • 11. King Theodoric to Senarius, Vir Illustris and Comes.
      • 12. King Theodoric to Marabad, Vir Illustris and Comes; and Gemellus, Senator.
      • 13. King Theodoric to Senarius, Vir Illustris, Comes Privatarum.
      • 14. King Theodoric to the Sajo Gesila.
      • 15. King Theodoric to Benenatus, Senator.
      • 16. King Theodoric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
      • 17. King Theodoric to Ida, Vir Sublimis and Dux.
      • 18. King Theodoric to Annas, Senator and Comes.
      • 19. King Theodoric to Gemellus, Senator.
      • 20. King Theodoric to Geberich, Senator.
      • 21. King Theodoric to Gemellus, Senator.
      • 22. King Theodoric to Argolicus, Vir Illustris and Praefect of the City;
      • and
      • 23. King Theodoric to Arigern, Vir Illustris and Comes.
      • 24. King Theodoric to Elpidius, Deacon [of Spoleto].
      • 25. King Theodoric to Argolicus, Vir Illustris, Praefectus Urbis.
      • 26. King Theodoric to all the Citizens of Marseilles[345].
      • 27. King Theodoric to the Sajo Tezutzat,
      • and
      • 28. King Theodoric to Duda, Senator and Comes.
      • 29. King Theodoric to Argolicus, Vir Illustris, Praefect of the City.
      • 30. King Theodoric to Albinus, Vir Illustris and Patrician.
      • 31. King Theodoric to Aemilianus, Vir Venerabilis, Bishop.
      • 32. King Theodoric to Duda the Sajo.
      • 33. King Theodoric to all the Jews of Genoa.
      • 34. King Theodoric to Duda the Sajo.
      • 35. King Theodoric to the Representatives (Actores) of Albinus.
      • 36. King Theodoric to Faustus, Praetorian Praefect. a.d. 509-510.
      • 37. King Theodoric to the Illustrious Woman Theodagunda.
      • 38. King Theodoric to Faustus, Praetorian Praefect.
      • 39. King Theodoric to Theodahad, Vir Illustris [and Nephew of the King].
      • 40. King Theodoric to the Representatives (Actores) of Probinus.
      • 41. King Theodoric to Joannes, Arch-physician.
      • 42. King Theodoric to Argolicus, Praefect of the City.
      • 43. King Theodoric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
      • 44. King Theodoric to the Venerable Antonius, Bishop of Pola.
      • 45. King Theodoric to the Comites, Defensores, and Curiales of Ticinum (Pavia).
      • 46. King Theodoric to Marabad, Vir Illustris.
      • 47. King Theodoric to Gudisal the Sajo.
      • 48. King Theodoric to Eusebius, Vir Illustris.
      • 49. King Theodoric to all the Provincials and the Long-haired Men[364], the Defensores and the Curiales residing in Suavia[365].
      • 50. King Theodoric to Faustus, Praetorian Praefect.
      • 51. King Theodoric to Symmachus, Patrician[368].
    • CONTAINING FIFTY-ONE LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN THE NAME OF THEODORIC.
    • 1. King Theodoric to Herminafrid, King of the Thuringians.
    • 2. King Theodoric to the King of the Heruli.
    • 3. King Theodoric to Senarius, Vir Illustris, Comes.
    • 4. King Theodoric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
    • 5. King Theodoric to Amabilis, Vir Devotus[332] and Comes.
    • 6. King Theodoric to Symmachus, Vir Illustris, Patrician.
    • 7. King Theodoric to Senarius, Vir Illustris, Comes Privatarum.
    • 8. King Theodoric to the honoured Possessores and Curiales of Forum Livii (Forli).
    • 9. King Theodoric to Osuin, Vir Illustris and Comes.
    • 10. King Theodoric to Joannes, Senator and Consularis of Campania.
    • 11. King Theodoric to Senarius, Vir Illustris and Comes.
    • 12. King Theodoric to Marabad, Vir Illustris and Comes; and Gemellus, Senator.
    • 13. King Theodoric to Senarius, Vir Illustris, Comes Privatarum.
    • 14. King Theodoric to the Sajo Gesila.
    • 15. King Theodoric to Benenatus, Senator.
    • 16. King Theodoric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
    • 17. King Theodoric to Ida, Vir Sublimis and Dux.
    • 18. King Theodoric to Annas, Senator and Comes.
    • 19. King Theodoric to Gemellus, Senator.
    • 20. King Theodoric to Geberich, Senator.
    • 21. King Theodoric to Gemellus, Senator.
    • 22. King Theodoric to Argolicus, Vir Illustris and Praefect of the City;
    • and
    • 23. King Theodoric to Arigern, Vir Illustris and Comes.
    • 24. King Theodoric to Elpidius, Deacon [of Spoleto].
    • 25. King Theodoric to Argolicus, Vir Illustris, Praefectus Urbis.
    • 26. King Theodoric to all the Citizens of Marseilles[345].
    • 27. King Theodoric to the Sajo Tezutzat,
    • and
    • 28. King Theodoric to Duda, Senator and Comes.
    • 29. King Theodoric to Argolicus, Vir Illustris, Praefect of the City.
    • 30. King Theodoric to Albinus, Vir Illustris and Patrician.
    • 31. King Theodoric to Aemilianus, Vir Venerabilis, Bishop.
    • 32. King Theodoric to Duda the Sajo.
    • 33. King Theodoric to all the Jews of Genoa.
    • 34. King Theodoric to Duda the Sajo.
    • 35. King Theodoric to the Representatives (Actores) of Albinus.
    • 36. King Theodoric to Faustus, Praetorian Praefect. a.d. 509-510.
    • 37. King Theodoric to the Illustrious Woman Theodagunda.
    • 38. King Theodoric to Faustus, Praetorian Praefect.
    • 39. King Theodoric to Theodahad, Vir Illustris [and Nephew of the King].
    • 40. King Theodoric to the Representatives (Actores) of Probinus.
    • 41. King Theodoric to Joannes, Arch-physician.
    • 42. King Theodoric to Argolicus, Praefect of the City.
    • 43. King Theodoric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
    • 44. King Theodoric to the Venerable Antonius, Bishop of Pola.
    • 45. King Theodoric to the Comites, Defensores, and Curiales of Ticinum (Pavia).
    • 46. King Theodoric to Marabad, Vir Illustris.
    • 47. King Theodoric to Gudisal the Sajo.
    • 48. King Theodoric to Eusebius, Vir Illustris.
    • 49. King Theodoric to all the Provincials and the Long-haired Men[364], the Defensores and the Curiales residing in Suavia[365].
    • 50. King Theodoric to Faustus, Praetorian Praefect.
    • 51. King Theodoric to Symmachus, Patrician[368].
    • BOOK V.
      • CONTAINING FORTY-FOUR LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN THE NAME OF THEODORIC.
      • 1. King Theodoric to the King of the Vandals[370].
      • 2. King Theodoric to the Haesti.
      • 3. King Theodoric to Honoratus, Vir Illustris, Quaestor.
      • 4. King Theodoric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
      • 5. King Theodoric to the Sajo Mannila.
      • 6. King Theodoric to Stabularius, Comitiacus[381].
      • 7. King Theodoric to Joannes, Vir Clarissimus, Arcarius [Treasurer].
      • 8. King Theodoric to Anastasius the Consular.
      • 9. King Theodoric to the Possessores of Feltria.
      • 10. King Theodoric to the Sajo Veranus.
      • 11. King Theodoric to the Gepidae, on their March to Gaul.
      • 12. King Theodoric to Theodahad, Vir Illustris [Nephew of the King].
      • 13. King Theodoric to Eutropius and Acretius.
      • 14. King Theodoric to Severi(a)nus[385], Vir Illustris (514-515).
      • 15. King Theodoric to all the Possessores in Suavia.
      • 16. King Theodoric to Abundantius, Praetorian Praefect.
      • 17. King Theodoric to Abundantius, Praetorian Praefect.
      • 18. King Theodoric to Uvilias [Willias?], Vir Illustris and Count of the Patrimony.
      • 19. King Theodoric to Gudinand, a Sajo.
      • 20. King Theodoric to Avilf, a Sajo.
      • 21. King Theodoric to Capuanus, Senator.
      • 22. King Theodoric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
      • 23. King Theodoric to Abundantius, Praetorian Praefect.
      • 24. King Theodoric to the Senator Epiphanius, Consularis of Dalmatia.
      • 25. King Theodoric to Bacauda[395], Vir Sublimis.
      • 26. King Theodoric to all the Goths settled in Picenum and Samnium.
      • 27. King Theodoric to Guduim, Sajo.
      • 28. King Theodoric to Carinus, Vir Illustris.
      • 29. King Theodoric to Neudes, Vir Illustris.
      • 30. King Theodoric to Gudui[m], Vir Sublimis [and Dux].
      • 31. King Theodoric to Decoratus, Vir Devotus (?).
      • 32. King Theodoric to Brandila (cir. 508-9).
      • 33. King Theodoric to Duke Wilitanch.
      • 34. King Theodoric to Abundantius, Praetorian Praefect.
      • 35. King Theodoric to Count Luvirit, and Ampelius.
      • 36. King Theodoric to Starcedius, Vir Sublimis.
      • 37. King Theodoric to the Jews of Milan.
      • 38. King Theodoric to all Cultivators[407].
      • 39. King Theodoric to Ampelius and Liveria[410].
      • 40. King Theodoric to Cyprian, Count of the Sacred Largesses.
      • 41. King Theodoric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
      • 42. King Theodoric to Maximus, Vir Illustris, Consul.
      • 43. King Theodoric to Transmund [Thrasamund], King of the Vandals (cir. 511).
      • 44. King Theodoric to Transmund [Thrasamund], King of the Vandals.
    • CONTAINING FORTY-FOUR LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN THE NAME OF THEODORIC.
    • 1. King Theodoric to the King of the Vandals[370].
    • 2. King Theodoric to the Haesti.
    • 3. King Theodoric to Honoratus, Vir Illustris, Quaestor.
    • 4. King Theodoric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
    • 5. King Theodoric to the Sajo Mannila.
    • 6. King Theodoric to Stabularius, Comitiacus[381].
    • 7. King Theodoric to Joannes, Vir Clarissimus, Arcarius [Treasurer].
    • 8. King Theodoric to Anastasius the Consular.
    • 9. King Theodoric to the Possessores of Feltria.
    • 10. King Theodoric to the Sajo Veranus.
    • 11. King Theodoric to the Gepidae, on their March to Gaul.
    • 12. King Theodoric to Theodahad, Vir Illustris [Nephew of the King].
    • 13. King Theodoric to Eutropius and Acretius.
    • 14. King Theodoric to Severi(a)nus[385], Vir Illustris (514-515).
    • 15. King Theodoric to all the Possessores in Suavia.
    • 16. King Theodoric to Abundantius, Praetorian Praefect.
    • 17. King Theodoric to Abundantius, Praetorian Praefect.
    • 18. King Theodoric to Uvilias [Willias?], Vir Illustris and Count of the Patrimony.
    • 19. King Theodoric to Gudinand, a Sajo.
    • 20. King Theodoric to Avilf, a Sajo.
    • 21. King Theodoric to Capuanus, Senator.
    • 22. King Theodoric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
    • 23. King Theodoric to Abundantius, Praetorian Praefect.
    • 24. King Theodoric to the Senator Epiphanius, Consularis of Dalmatia.
    • 25. King Theodoric to Bacauda[395], Vir Sublimis.
    • 26. King Theodoric to all the Goths settled in Picenum and Samnium.
    • 27. King Theodoric to Guduim, Sajo.
    • 28. King Theodoric to Carinus, Vir Illustris.
    • 29. King Theodoric to Neudes, Vir Illustris.
    • 30. King Theodoric to Gudui[m], Vir Sublimis [and Dux].
    • 31. King Theodoric to Decoratus, Vir Devotus (?).
    • 32. King Theodoric to Brandila (cir. 508-9).
    • 33. King Theodoric to Duke Wilitanch.
    • 34. King Theodoric to Abundantius, Praetorian Praefect.
    • 35. King Theodoric to Count Luvirit, and Ampelius.
    • 36. King Theodoric to Starcedius, Vir Sublimis.
    • 37. King Theodoric to the Jews of Milan.
    • 38. King Theodoric to all Cultivators[407].
    • 39. King Theodoric to Ampelius and Liveria[410].
    • 40. King Theodoric to Cyprian, Count of the Sacred Largesses.
    • 41. King Theodoric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
    • 42. King Theodoric to Maximus, Vir Illustris, Consul.
    • 43. King Theodoric to Transmund [Thrasamund], King of the Vandals (cir. 511).
    • 44. King Theodoric to Transmund [Thrasamund], King of the Vandals.
    • BOOK VI.
      • CONTAINING TWENTY-FIVE FORMULAE[422].
      • 1. Formula of the Consulship.
      • 2. Formula of the Patriciate.
      • 3. Formula of the Praetorian Praefecture.
      • 4. Formula of the Praefecture of the City.
      • 5. Formula of the Quaestorship.
      • 6. Formula of the Magisterial Dignity, and its Excellency (Magister Officiorum).
      • 7. Formula of the Office of Comes Sacrarum Largitionum.
      • 8. Formula of the Office of Comes Privatarum, and its Excellency.
      • 9. Formula of the Office of Count of the Patrimony, and its Excellency.
      • 10. Formula by which Men are made Proceres per Codicillos Vacantes.
      • 11. Formula by which the Rank of an Illustris and the Title of a Comes Domesticorum are Conferred, without Office.
      • 12. Formula for the Bestowal of a Countship of the First Order, without Office.
      • 13. Formula for Bestowing the [honorary] Rank of Master of the Bureau [Magister Scrinii] and Count of the First Order, on an Officer of the Courts (Comitiacus) in Active Service.
      • 14. Formula Bestowing Rank as a Senator.
      • 15. Formula of the Vicarius of the City of Rome.
      • 16. Formula of the Notaries.
      • 17. Formula of the Referendarii.
      • 18. Formula of the Praefectus Annonae, and his Excellency.
      • 19. Formula of the Count of the Chief Physicians.
      • 20. Formula of the Office of a Consular, and its Excellency.
      • 21. Formula of the Governor (Rector) of a Province.
      • 22. Formula of the Count of the City of Syracuse.
      • 23. Formula of the Count of Naples.
      • 24. Formula addressed to the Gentlemen-Farmers (or the Titled Cultivators) and Common Councilmen[458] of the City of Naples [and surrounding District].
    • CONTAINING TWENTY-FIVE FORMULAE[422].
    • 1. Formula of the Consulship.
    • 2. Formula of the Patriciate.
    • 3. Formula of the Praetorian Praefecture.
    • 4. Formula of the Praefecture of the City.
    • 5. Formula of the Quaestorship.
    • 6. Formula of the Magisterial Dignity, and its Excellency (Magister Officiorum).
    • 7. Formula of the Office of Comes Sacrarum Largitionum.
    • 8. Formula of the Office of Comes Privatarum, and its Excellency.
    • 9. Formula of the Office of Count of the Patrimony, and its Excellency.
    • 10. Formula by which Men are made Proceres per Codicillos Vacantes.
    • 11. Formula by which the Rank of an Illustris and the Title of a Comes Domesticorum are Conferred, without Office.
    • 12. Formula for the Bestowal of a Countship of the First Order, without Office.
    • 13. Formula for Bestowing the [honorary] Rank of Master of the Bureau [Magister Scrinii] and Count of the First Order, on an Officer of the Courts (Comitiacus) in Active Service.
    • 14. Formula Bestowing Rank as a Senator.
    • 15. Formula of the Vicarius of the City of Rome.
    • 16. Formula of the Notaries.
    • 17. Formula of the Referendarii.
    • 18. Formula of the Praefectus Annonae, and his Excellency.
    • 19. Formula of the Count of the Chief Physicians.
    • 20. Formula of the Office of a Consular, and its Excellency.
    • 21. Formula of the Governor (Rector) of a Province.
    • 22. Formula of the Count of the City of Syracuse.
    • 23. Formula of the Count of Naples.
    • 24. Formula addressed to the Gentlemen-Farmers (or the Titled Cultivators) and Common Councilmen[458] of the City of Naples [and surrounding District].
    • BOOK VII.
      • CONTAINING FORTY-SEVEN FORMULAE.
      • 1. Formula of the Count of a Province.
      • 2. Formula of a Praeses.
      • 3. Formula of the Count of the Goths in the several Provinces.
      • 4. Formula of the Duke of Raetia.
      • 5. Formula of the Palace Architect.
      • 6. Formula of the Count of the Aqueducts.
      • 7. Formula of the Praefect of the Watch of the City of Rome.
      • 8. Formula of the Praefect of the Watch of the City of Ravenna.
      • 9. Formula of the Count of Portus.
      • 10. Formula of the Tribunus Voluptatum.
      • 11. Formula of the Defensor of any City.
      • 12. Formula of the Curator of a City.
      • 13. Formula of the Count of Rome.
      • 14. Formula of the Count of Ravenna.
      • 15. Formula addressed to the Praefect of the City on the Appointment of an Architect.
      • 16. Formula of the Count of the Islands of Curritana and Celsina.
      • 17. Formula concerning the President of the Lime-kilns.
      • 18. Formula concerning Armourers.
      • 19. Formula addressed to the Praetorian Praefect concerning the Armourers.
      • 20 and 21. Formula as to the Collection of Bina and Terna:
      • 22. Formula of Exhortation addressed to the two Scriniarii referred to in Formula 21.
      • 23. Formula of the Vicarius of Portus.
      • 24. Formula of the Princeps of Dalmatia.
      • 25. Formula recommending the Principes[480] to the Comes.
      • 26. Formula of the Countship of the Second Rank in divers Cities[482].
      • 27. Formula addressed to the Dignified Cultivators and Curiales[483].
      • 28. Formula announcing the Appointment of a Comes to the Chief of his Staff[484].
      • 29. Formula concerning the Guard at the Gates of a City.
      • 30. Formula of the Tribunate in the Provinces.
      • 31. Formula of the Princeps of the City of Rome.
      • 32. Formula of the Master of the Mint.
      • 33. Formula respecting the Ambassadors of Various Nations.
      • 34. Formula of Summons to the King's Court (unsolicited).
      • 35. Formula of Summons to the Court (solicited).
      • 36. Formula granting temporary Leave of Absence.
      • 37. Formula conferring the Rank of a Spectabilis.
      • 38. Formula conferring the Rank of a Clarissimus.
      • 39. Formula bestowing 'Police Protection.'
      • 40. Formula for the Confirmation of Marriage and the Legitimation of Offspring.
      • 41. Formula conferring the Rights of Full Age.
      • 42. Formula of an Edict to the Quaestor ordering the Person who asks for the Protection of a Sajo to give Bail.
      • 43. Formula approving the Appointment of a Clerk in the Record-Office.
      • 44. Formula for the Grant of Public Property on Condition of Improvement[496].
      • 45. Formula of Remission of Taxes where the Taxpayer has only one House, too heavily Assessed.
      • 46. Formula legitimating Marriage with a First Cousin.
      • 47. Formula addressed to the Praetorian Praefect directing the Sale of the Property of a Curialis.
    • CONTAINING FORTY-SEVEN FORMULAE.
    • 1. Formula of the Count of a Province.
    • 2. Formula of a Praeses.
    • 3. Formula of the Count of the Goths in the several Provinces.
    • 4. Formula of the Duke of Raetia.
    • 5. Formula of the Palace Architect.
    • 6. Formula of the Count of the Aqueducts.
    • 7. Formula of the Praefect of the Watch of the City of Rome.
    • 8. Formula of the Praefect of the Watch of the City of Ravenna.
    • 9. Formula of the Count of Portus.
    • 10. Formula of the Tribunus Voluptatum.
    • 11. Formula of the Defensor of any City.
    • 12. Formula of the Curator of a City.
    • 13. Formula of the Count of Rome.
    • 14. Formula of the Count of Ravenna.
    • 15. Formula addressed to the Praefect of the City on the Appointment of an Architect.
    • 16. Formula of the Count of the Islands of Curritana and Celsina.
    • 17. Formula concerning the President of the Lime-kilns.
    • 18. Formula concerning Armourers.
    • 19. Formula addressed to the Praetorian Praefect concerning the Armourers.
    • 20 and 21. Formula as to the Collection of Bina and Terna:
    • 22. Formula of Exhortation addressed to the two Scriniarii referred to in Formula 21.
    • 23. Formula of the Vicarius of Portus.
    • 24. Formula of the Princeps of Dalmatia.
    • 25. Formula recommending the Principes[480] to the Comes.
    • 26. Formula of the Countship of the Second Rank in divers Cities[482].
    • 27. Formula addressed to the Dignified Cultivators and Curiales[483].
    • 28. Formula announcing the Appointment of a Comes to the Chief of his Staff[484].
    • 29. Formula concerning the Guard at the Gates of a City.
    • 30. Formula of the Tribunate in the Provinces.
    • 31. Formula of the Princeps of the City of Rome.
    • 32. Formula of the Master of the Mint.
    • 33. Formula respecting the Ambassadors of Various Nations.
    • 34. Formula of Summons to the King's Court (unsolicited).
    • 35. Formula of Summons to the Court (solicited).
    • 36. Formula granting temporary Leave of Absence.
    • 37. Formula conferring the Rank of a Spectabilis.
    • 38. Formula conferring the Rank of a Clarissimus.
    • 39. Formula bestowing 'Police Protection.'
    • 40. Formula for the Confirmation of Marriage and the Legitimation of Offspring.
    • 41. Formula conferring the Rights of Full Age.
    • 42. Formula of an Edict to the Quaestor ordering the Person who asks for the Protection of a Sajo to give Bail.
    • 43. Formula approving the Appointment of a Clerk in the Record-Office.
    • 44. Formula for the Grant of Public Property on Condition of Improvement[496].
    • 45. Formula of Remission of Taxes where the Taxpayer has only one House, too heavily Assessed.
    • 46. Formula legitimating Marriage with a First Cousin.
    • 47. Formula addressed to the Praetorian Praefect directing the Sale of the Property of a Curialis.
    • BOOK VIII.
      • CONTAINING THIRTY-THREE LETTERS, ALL WRITTEN IN THE NAME OF ATHALARIC THE KING, EXCEPT THE ELEVENTH, WHICH IS WRITTEN IN THE NAME OF TULUM.
      • 1. King Athalaric to the Emperor Justin (a.d. 526).
      • 2. King Athalaric to the Senate of the City of Rome on his Accession (a.d. 526).
      • 3. King Athalaric to the Roman People (a.d. 526).
      • 4. King Athalaric to all the Romans settled in Italy and the Dalmatias (a.d. 526).
      • 5. King Athalaric to all the Goths settled in Italy (a.d. 526).
      • 6. King Athalaric to Liberius, Praetorian Praefect of the Gauls (a.d. 526).
      • 7. King Athalaric to all the Provincials settled in Gaul (a.d. 526).
      • 8. King Athalaric to Victorinus, Vir Venerabilis and Bishop[508] (a.d. 526).
      • 9. King Athalaric to Tulum, Patrician.
      • 10. King Athalaric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
      • 11. Tulum, Illustris and Patrician, to the Senate of the City of Rome.
      • 12. King Athalaric to Arator, Vir Illustris.
      • 13. King Athalaric to Ambrosius.
      • 14. King Athalaric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
      • 15. King Athalaric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
      • 16. King Athalaric to Opilio, Count of the Sacred Largesses (527).
      • 17. King Athalaric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
      • 18. King Athalaric to Felix, Quaestor (527).
      • 19. King Athalaric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
      • 20. King Athalaric to Albienus, Vir Illustris and Praefectus Praetorio[538] (527).
      • 21. King Athalaric to Cyprian, Patrician.
      • 22. King Athalaric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
      • 23. King Athalaric to Bergantinus, Vir Illustris and Comes Patrimonii.
      • 24. King Athalaric to the Clergy of the Roman Church.
      • 25. King Athalaric to Joannes, Vir Spectabilis, Referendarius.
      • 26. King Athalaric To All The Inhabitants Of Reate And Nursia.
      • 27. King Athalaric to Dumerit the Sajo, and to Florentinus, a zealous Officer of the Court[554].
      • 28. King Athalaric to Cunigast, Vir Illustris.
      • 29. King Athalaric to the Dignified Cultivators[558] and Curials of the City of Parma.
      • 30. King Athalaric to Genesius, Vir Spectabilis.
      • 31. King Athalaric to Severus, Vir Spectabilis.
      • 32. King Athalaric to Severus, Vir Spectabilis.
      • 33. King Athalaric to Severus, Vir Spectabilis.
    • CONTAINING THIRTY-THREE LETTERS, ALL WRITTEN IN THE NAME OF ATHALARIC THE KING, EXCEPT THE ELEVENTH, WHICH IS WRITTEN IN THE NAME OF TULUM.
    • 1. King Athalaric to the Emperor Justin (a.d. 526).
    • 2. King Athalaric to the Senate of the City of Rome on his Accession (a.d. 526).
    • 3. King Athalaric to the Roman People (a.d. 526).
    • 4. King Athalaric to all the Romans settled in Italy and the Dalmatias (a.d. 526).
    • 5. King Athalaric to all the Goths settled in Italy (a.d. 526).
    • 6. King Athalaric to Liberius, Praetorian Praefect of the Gauls (a.d. 526).
    • 7. King Athalaric to all the Provincials settled in Gaul (a.d. 526).
    • 8. King Athalaric to Victorinus, Vir Venerabilis and Bishop[508] (a.d. 526).
    • 9. King Athalaric to Tulum, Patrician.
    • 10. King Athalaric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
    • 11. Tulum, Illustris and Patrician, to the Senate of the City of Rome.
    • 12. King Athalaric to Arator, Vir Illustris.
    • 13. King Athalaric to Ambrosius.
    • 14. King Athalaric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
    • 15. King Athalaric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
    • 16. King Athalaric to Opilio, Count of the Sacred Largesses (527).
    • 17. King Athalaric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
    • 18. King Athalaric to Felix, Quaestor (527).
    • 19. King Athalaric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
    • 20. King Athalaric to Albienus, Vir Illustris and Praefectus Praetorio[538] (527).
    • 21. King Athalaric to Cyprian, Patrician.
    • 22. King Athalaric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
    • 23. King Athalaric to Bergantinus, Vir Illustris and Comes Patrimonii.
    • 24. King Athalaric to the Clergy of the Roman Church.
    • 25. King Athalaric to Joannes, Vir Spectabilis, Referendarius.
    • 26. King Athalaric To All The Inhabitants Of Reate And Nursia.
    • 27. King Athalaric to Dumerit the Sajo, and to Florentinus, a zealous Officer of the Court[554].
    • 28. King Athalaric to Cunigast, Vir Illustris.
    • 29. King Athalaric to the Dignified Cultivators[558] and Curials of the City of Parma.
    • 30. King Athalaric to Genesius, Vir Spectabilis.
    • 31. King Athalaric to Severus, Vir Spectabilis.
    • 32. King Athalaric to Severus, Vir Spectabilis.
    • 33. King Athalaric to Severus, Vir Spectabilis.
    • BOOK IX.
      • CONTAINING TWENTY-FIVE LETTERS, ALL WRITTEN IN THE NAME OF ATHALARIC THE KING.
      • 1. King Athalaric to Hilderic, King of the Vandals (a.d. 527).
      • 2. Edict of King Athalaric.
      • 3. King Athalaric to Bergantinus, Vir Illustris, Comes [Patrimonii], and Patrician[577].
      • 4. King Athalaric to Abundantius, Praetorian Praefect.
      • 5. King Athalaric to the Bishops and Functionaries of ——[582].
      • 6. King Athalaric to ——, Primiscrinius.
      • 7. King Athalaric to Reparatus, Praefect of the City.
      • 8. King Athalaric to Count Osuin (or Osum), Vir Illustris[588].
      • 9. King Athalaric to all the Goths and Romans (in Dalmatia and Savia).
      • 10. King Athalaric to all the Provincials of the City of Syracuse.
      • 11. King Athalaric to Gildias, Vir Spectabilis, Count of Syracuse.
      • 12. King Athalaric to Victor and Witigisclus (or Wigisicla), Viri Spectabiles, Censitores[593] of Sicily.
      • 13. King Athalaric to Willias, Vir Illustris, Comes Patrimonii.
      • 14. King Athalaric to Gildias, Vie Spectabilis, Count of Syracuse.
      • 15. King Athalaric to Pope John II (532).
      • 16. King Athalaric to Salvantius, Vir Illustris, Praefect of the City.
      • 17. King Athalaric to the Same (between 532 and 534).
      • 18. The Edict of Athalaric.
      • 19. King Athalaric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
      • 20. King Athalaric to all the Judges of the Provinces.
      • 21. King Athalaric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
      • 22. King Athalaric to Paulinus, Vir Clarissimus and Consul (533).
      • 23. King Athalaric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
      • 24. King Athalaric to Senator [Cassiodorus himself], Praetorian Praefect (Sept. 1, 533).
      • 25. King Athalaric to the Senate of the City of Rome (on the Promotion of Cassiodorus Senator to the Praetorian Praefecture).
    • CONTAINING TWENTY-FIVE LETTERS, ALL WRITTEN IN THE NAME OF ATHALARIC THE KING.
    • 1. King Athalaric to Hilderic, King of the Vandals (a.d. 527).
    • 2. Edict of King Athalaric.
    • 3. King Athalaric to Bergantinus, Vir Illustris, Comes [Patrimonii], and Patrician[577].
    • 4. King Athalaric to Abundantius, Praetorian Praefect.
    • 5. King Athalaric to the Bishops and Functionaries of ——[582].
    • 6. King Athalaric to ——, Primiscrinius.
    • 7. King Athalaric to Reparatus, Praefect of the City.
    • 8. King Athalaric to Count Osuin (or Osum), Vir Illustris[588].
    • 9. King Athalaric to all the Goths and Romans (in Dalmatia and Savia).
    • 10. King Athalaric to all the Provincials of the City of Syracuse.
    • 11. King Athalaric to Gildias, Vir Spectabilis, Count of Syracuse.
    • 12. King Athalaric to Victor and Witigisclus (or Wigisicla), Viri Spectabiles, Censitores[593] of Sicily.
    • 13. King Athalaric to Willias, Vir Illustris, Comes Patrimonii.
    • 14. King Athalaric to Gildias, Vie Spectabilis, Count of Syracuse.
    • 15. King Athalaric to Pope John II (532).
    • 16. King Athalaric to Salvantius, Vir Illustris, Praefect of the City.
    • 17. King Athalaric to the Same (between 532 and 534).
    • 18. The Edict of Athalaric.
    • 19. King Athalaric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
    • 20. King Athalaric to all the Judges of the Provinces.
    • 21. King Athalaric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
    • 22. King Athalaric to Paulinus, Vir Clarissimus and Consul (533).
    • 23. King Athalaric to the Senate of the City of Rome.
    • 24. King Athalaric to Senator [Cassiodorus himself], Praetorian Praefect (Sept. 1, 533).
    • 25. King Athalaric to the Senate of the City of Rome (on the Promotion of Cassiodorus Senator to the Praetorian Praefecture).
    • BOOK X.
      • CONTAINING THIRTY-FIVE LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS:
      • FOUR IN THE NAME OF QUEEN AMALASUENTHA. TWENTY-TWO IN THAT OF KING THEODAHAD. FOUR IN THAT OF HIS WIFE GUDELINA. FIVE IN THAT OF KING WITIGIS.
      • 1. Queen Amalasuentha to Justinian the Emperor (a.d. 534).
      • 2. Theodahad the King to Justinian the Emperor.
      • 3. Queen Amalasuentha to the Senate of the City of Rome.
      • 4. King Theodahad to the Senate of the City of Rome.
      • 5. King Theodahad to his Man Theodosius[640].
      • 6. King Theodahad to Patricius, Vir Illustris and Quaestor.
      • 7. King Theodahad to the Senate of the City of Rome.
      • 8. Queen Amalasuentha to Justinian, Augustus.
      • 9. King Theodahad to Justinian, Augustus.
      • 10. Queen Amalasuentha to Theodora, Augusta[644].
      • 11. King Theodahad to Maximus[645], Vir Illustris and Domesticus.
      • 12. King Theodahad to the Senate of the City of Rome.
      • 13. King Theodahad to the Senate of the City of Rome.
      • 14. King Theodahad to the Roman People.
      • 15. King Theodahad to the Emperor Justinian.
      • 16. King Theodahad to the Senate of the City of Rome.
      • 17. King Theodahad to the Roman People.
      • 18. King Theodahad to the Senate of the City of Rome.
      • 19. King Theodahad to the Emperor Justinian.
      • 20. Queen Gudelina[663] to Theodora Augusta.
      • 21. Queen Gudelina to Theodora, Augusta.
      • 22. King Theodahad to the Emperor Justinian[670].
      • 23. Queen Gudelina to Theodora, Augusta[674].
      • 24. Queen Gudelina to the Emperor Justinian[676].
      • 25. King Theodahad to the Emperor Justinian.
      • 26. King Theodahad to the Emperor Justinian.
      • 27. King Theodahad to Senator[680], Praefectus Praetorio.
      • 28. King Theodahad to Senator[683], Praefectus Praetorio.
      • 29. King Theodahad to Count Winusiad.
      • 30. King Theodahad to Honorius, Praefect of the City.
      • 31. King Witigis[699] to all the Goths.
      • 32. King Witigis to the Emperor Justinian.
      • 33. King Witigis to the Master of the Offices [at Constantinople].
      • 34. King Witigis to his Bishops.
      • 35. King Witigis to the Praefect of Thessalonica.
    • CONTAINING THIRTY-FIVE LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS:
    • FOUR IN THE NAME OF QUEEN AMALASUENTHA. TWENTY-TWO IN THAT OF KING THEODAHAD. FOUR IN THAT OF HIS WIFE GUDELINA. FIVE IN THAT OF KING WITIGIS.
    • 1. Queen Amalasuentha to Justinian the Emperor (a.d. 534).
    • 2. Theodahad the King to Justinian the Emperor.
    • 3. Queen Amalasuentha to the Senate of the City of Rome.
    • 4. King Theodahad to the Senate of the City of Rome.
    • 5. King Theodahad to his Man Theodosius[640].
    • 6. King Theodahad to Patricius, Vir Illustris and Quaestor.
    • 7. King Theodahad to the Senate of the City of Rome.
    • 8. Queen Amalasuentha to Justinian, Augustus.
    • 9. King Theodahad to Justinian, Augustus.
    • 10. Queen Amalasuentha to Theodora, Augusta[644].
    • 11. King Theodahad to Maximus[645], Vir Illustris and Domesticus.
    • 12. King Theodahad to the Senate of the City of Rome.
    • 13. King Theodahad to the Senate of the City of Rome.
    • 14. King Theodahad to the Roman People.
    • 15. King Theodahad to the Emperor Justinian.
    • 16. King Theodahad to the Senate of the City of Rome.
    • 17. King Theodahad to the Roman People.
    • 18. King Theodahad to the Senate of the City of Rome.
    • 19. King Theodahad to the Emperor Justinian.
    • 20. Queen Gudelina[663] to Theodora Augusta.
    • 21. Queen Gudelina to Theodora, Augusta.
    • 22. King Theodahad to the Emperor Justinian[670].
    • 23. Queen Gudelina to Theodora, Augusta[674].
    • 24. Queen Gudelina to the Emperor Justinian[676].
    • 25. King Theodahad to the Emperor Justinian.
    • 26. King Theodahad to the Emperor Justinian.
    • 27. King Theodahad to Senator[680], Praefectus Praetorio.
    • 28. King Theodahad to Senator[683], Praefectus Praetorio.
    • 29. King Theodahad to Count Winusiad.
    • 30. King Theodahad to Honorius, Praefect of the City.
    • 31. King Witigis[699] to all the Goths.
    • 32. King Witigis to the Emperor Justinian.
    • 33. King Witigis to the Master of the Offices [at Constantinople].
    • 34. King Witigis to his Bishops.
    • 35. King Witigis to the Praefect of Thessalonica.
    • BOOK XI.
      • PREFACE.
    • PREFACE.
    • BOOK XI.
      • CONTAINING THIRTY-NINE LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN HIS OWN NAME AS PRAEFECTUS PRAETORIO, AND ONE ON BEHALF OF THE ROMAN SENATE.
      • 1. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to the Senate of the City of Rome (a.d. 534)[712].
      • 2. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Pope John[728].
      • 3. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to divers Bishops.
      • 4. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to his Deputy[733] Ambrosius, an Illustris.
      • 5. The Same to the Same.
      • 6. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Joannes, Cancellarius.
      • 7. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to all the Judges of the Provinces.
      • 8. Edict Published through the Provinces by Senator, Praetorian Praefect.
      • 9. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to the Judges of the Provinces.
      • 10. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Beatus, Vir Clarissimus and Cancellarius.
      • 11. Edict concerning Prices to be Maintained at Ravenna.
      • 12. Edict concerning Prices along the Flaminian Way.
      • 13. The Senate of the City of Rome to the Emperor Justinian.
      • 14. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Gaudiosus, Cancellarius of the Province of Liguria.
      • 15. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to the Ligurians.
      • 16. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to the Ligurians.
      • 17. On the Promotions in the Official Staff of the Praetorian Praefect, made on Christmas Day[770].
      • 36. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Anat(h)olius, Cancellarius of the Province of Samnium.
      • 37. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to the Clarissimus Lucinus, Cancellarius of Campania.
      • 38. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Joannes, Canonicarius[791] of Thuscia.
      • 39. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to the Clarissimus Vitalian, Cancellarius of Lucania and Bruttii.
      • 40. An Indulgence [or Amnesty to Prisoners on some great Festival of the Church, probably Easter].
    • CONTAINING THIRTY-NINE LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN HIS OWN NAME AS PRAEFECTUS PRAETORIO, AND ONE ON BEHALF OF THE ROMAN SENATE.
    • 1. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to the Senate of the City of Rome (a.d. 534)[712].
    • 2. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Pope John[728].
    • 3. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to divers Bishops.
    • 4. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to his Deputy[733] Ambrosius, an Illustris.
    • 5. The Same to the Same.
    • 6. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Joannes, Cancellarius.
    • 7. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to all the Judges of the Provinces.
    • 8. Edict Published through the Provinces by Senator, Praetorian Praefect.
    • 9. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to the Judges of the Provinces.
    • 10. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Beatus, Vir Clarissimus and Cancellarius.
    • 11. Edict concerning Prices to be Maintained at Ravenna.
    • 12. Edict concerning Prices along the Flaminian Way.
    • 13. The Senate of the City of Rome to the Emperor Justinian.
    • 14. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Gaudiosus, Cancellarius of the Province of Liguria.
    • 15. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to the Ligurians.
    • 16. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to the Ligurians.
    • 17. On the Promotions in the Official Staff of the Praetorian Praefect, made on Christmas Day[770].
    • 36. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Anat(h)olius, Cancellarius of the Province of Samnium.
    • 37. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to the Clarissimus Lucinus, Cancellarius of Campania.
    • 38. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Joannes, Canonicarius[791] of Thuscia.
    • 39. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to the Clarissimus Vitalian, Cancellarius of Lucania and Bruttii.
    • 40. An Indulgence [or Amnesty to Prisoners on some great Festival of the Church, probably Easter].
    • BOOK XII.
      • CONTAINING TWENTY-EIGHT LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN HIS OWN NAME AS PRAETORIAN PRAEFECT.
      • 1. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to the various Cancellarii of the Several Provinces.
      • 2. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to all the Judges of the Provinces (a.d. 534-535).
      • 3. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to all the Sajones who have been assigned to the Cancellarii.
      • 4. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to the Canonicarius[808] of the Venetiae.
      • 5. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Valerian, Vir Sublimis.
      • 6. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to all the Subordinate Governors of the Praefecture[818].
      • 7. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to the Tax-Collector of the Venetian Province[819].
      • 8. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to the Consularis of the Province of Liguria.
      • 9. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Paschasius, Praefect of the Corn-Distributions[825].
      • 10. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to divers Cancellarii in the Provinces.
      • 11. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Peter, Vir Clarissimus, Distributor of Relishes[829].
      • 12. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Anastasius, Cancellarius of Lucania and Bruttii.
      • 13. An Edict.
      • 14. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Anastasius, Cancellarius of Lucania and Bruttii.
      • 15. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Maximus, Vir Clarissimus, Cancellarius of Lucania and Bruttii[846].
      • 16. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to a Revenue Officer[850].
      • 17. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to John, Siliquatarius[856] of Ravenna.
      • 18. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Constantian, Vir Experientissimus.
      • 19. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Maximus, Vicarius of the City of Rome.
      • 20. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Thomas and Peter, Viri Clarissimi and Arcarii.
      • 21. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Deusdedit, a Scribe of Ravenna.
      • 22. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to the Provincials of Istria.
      • 23. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Laurentius, Vir Experientissimus[873].
      • 24. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to the Tribunes of the Maritime Population[877].
      • 25. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, To His Deputy[887] Ambrosius, an Illustris.
      • 26. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Paulus, Vir Strenuus[890].
      • 27. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Datius[893], Bishop of Milan.
      • 28. An Edict [addressed to the Ligurians].
      • THE END.
    • CONTAINING TWENTY-EIGHT LETTERS WRITTEN BY CASSIODORUS IN HIS OWN NAME AS PRAETORIAN PRAEFECT.
    • 1. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to the various Cancellarii of the Several Provinces.
    • 2. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to all the Judges of the Provinces (a.d. 534-535).
    • 3. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to all the Sajones who have been assigned to the Cancellarii.
    • 4. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to the Canonicarius[808] of the Venetiae.
    • 5. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Valerian, Vir Sublimis.
    • 6. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to all the Subordinate Governors of the Praefecture[818].
    • 7. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to the Tax-Collector of the Venetian Province[819].
    • 8. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to the Consularis of the Province of Liguria.
    • 9. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Paschasius, Praefect of the Corn-Distributions[825].
    • 10. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to divers Cancellarii in the Provinces.
    • 11. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Peter, Vir Clarissimus, Distributor of Relishes[829].
    • 12. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Anastasius, Cancellarius of Lucania and Bruttii.
    • 13. An Edict.
    • 14. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Anastasius, Cancellarius of Lucania and Bruttii.
    • 15. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Maximus, Vir Clarissimus, Cancellarius of Lucania and Bruttii[846].
    • 16. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to a Revenue Officer[850].
    • 17. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to John, Siliquatarius[856] of Ravenna.
    • 18. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Constantian, Vir Experientissimus.
    • 19. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Maximus, Vicarius of the City of Rome.
    • 20. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Thomas and Peter, Viri Clarissimi and Arcarii.
    • 21. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Deusdedit, a Scribe of Ravenna.
    • 22. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to the Provincials of Istria.
    • 23. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Laurentius, Vir Experientissimus[873].
    • 24. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to the Tribunes of the Maritime Population[877].
    • 25. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, To His Deputy[887] Ambrosius, an Illustris.
    • 26. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Paulus, Vir Strenuus[890].
    • 27. Senator, Praetorian Praefect, to Datius[893], Bishop of Milan.
    • 28. An Edict [addressed to the Ligurians].
    • THE END.
    • INDEX OF PERSONS
      • TO WHOM THE LETTERS ARE ADDRESSED.
    • TO WHOM THE LETTERS ARE ADDRESSED.
    • GENERAL INDEX.
      • FOOTNOTES
    • FOOTNOTES
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