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Letters of Pliny

By the Younger Pliny
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  • LETTERS OF PLINY
  • Translated by William Melmoth Revised by F. C. T. Bosanquet
  • LETTERS GAIUS PLINIUS CAECILIUS SECUNDUS
  • I — To SEPTITTUS
  • II — To ARRIANUS
  • III — To VOCONIUS ROMANUS
  • IV — To CORNELIUS TACITUS
  • V — To POMPEIUS SATURNINUS
  • VI — To ATRIUS CLEMENS
  • VII — To FABIUS JUSTUS
  • VIII — To CALESTRIUS TIRO
  • IX — To SOCIUS SENECIO
  • X — To JUNSUS MAURICUS
  • XI — To SEPTITIUS CLARUS
  • XII — To SUETONIUS TRANQUILLUS
  • XIII — To ROMANUS FIRMUS
  • XIV — TO CORNELIUS TACITUS
  • XV — To PATERNUS
  • XVI — To CATILIUS SEVERUS [27]
  • XVII — To VOCONIUS ROMANUS
  • XVIII — To NEPOS
  • XIX — To AVITUS
  • XX — To MACRINUS
  • XXI To PAISCUS
  • XXII — To MAIMUS
  • XXIII — To GALLUS
  • XXIV — To CEREALIS
  • XXV — To CALVISIUS
  • XXVI — To CALVISIUS
  • XXVII — To BAEBIUS MACER
  • XXVIII — To ANNIUS SEVERUS
  • XXIX — To CANINIUS RUFUS
  • XXX — To SPURINNA AND COTTIA[53]
  • XXXI — To JULIUS GENITOR
  • XXXII — To CATILIUS SEVERUS
  • XXXIII — To ACILIUS
  • XXXIV — To NEPOS
  • XXXV — To SEVERUS
  • XXXVI — To CALVISIUS RUFUS
  • XXXVII — To CORNELIUS PRISCUS
  • XXXVIII — To FABATUS (HIS WIFE'S GRANDFATHER)
  • XXXIX — To ATTIUS CLEMENS
  • XL — To CATIUS LEPIDUS
  • XLI — To MATURUS ARRIANUS
  • XLII — To STATIUS SABINUS
  • XLIII — To CORNELIUS MINICIANUS
  • XLV — To ASINIUS
  • XLVI — To HISPULLA
  • XLVII — To ROMATIUS FIASIUS
  • XLVIII — To LICINIUS SURA
  • XLIX — To ANNIUS SEVERUS
  • L — To TITIUS ARISTO
  • LI — To NONIUS MAXIMUS
  • LII — To DOMITIUS APOLLINARIS
  • LIII — To CALVISIUS
  • LIV — To MARCELLINUS
  • LV — To SPURINNA
  • LVI — To PAULINUS
  • LVII — To RUFUS
  • LVIII — To ARRIANUS
  • LIX — To CALPURNIA[88]
  • LX — To CALPURNIA
  • LXI — To PRISCUS
  • LXII — To ALBINUS
  • LXIII — To MAXIMUS
  • LXIV — To ROMANUS
  • LXV — To TACITUS
  • LXVI — To CORNELIUS TACITUS
  • LX VII — To MACER
  • LXVIII — To SERVIANUS
  • LXIX — To SEVERUS
  • LXX — To FABATUS
  • LXXI — To CORNELIANUS
  • LXXII — To MAXIMUS
  • LXXIII — To RESTITUTUS
  • LXXIV — To CALPURNIA[111]
  • LXXV — To MACRINUS
  • LXXVI — To TUSCUS
  • LXX VII — To FABATUS (HIS WIFE'S GRANDFATHER)
  • LXXVIII — To CORELLIA
  • LXXIX — To CELER
  • LXXX — To PRISCUS
  • LXXXI — To GEMINIUS
  • LXXXII — To MAXIMUS
  • LXXXIII — To SURA
  • LXXXIV — To SEPTITIUS
  • LXXXV — To TACITUS
  • LXXX VI — To SEPTITIUS
  • LXXXVII — To CALVISIUS
  • LXXX VIII — To ROMANUS
  • LXXXIX — To ARISTO
  • XC — To PATERNUS
  • XCI — To MACRINUS
  • XCII — To RUFINUS
  • XCIII — To GALLUS
  • XCIV — To ARRIANUS
  • XCV — To MAXIMUS
  • XCVI — To PAULINUS
  • XCVII — To CALVISIUS
  • XCVIII — To ROMANUS
  • XCIX — To GEMINUS
  • C — To JUNIOR
  • CI — To QUADRATUS
  • CII — To GENITOR
  • CIII — To SABINIANUS
  • CIV — To MAXIMUS
  • CV — To SABINIANUS
  • CVI — To LUPERCUS
  • CVII — To CANINIUS
  • CVIII — To Fuscus
  • CIX — To PAULINUS
  • CX — To FUSCUS
  • FOOTNOTES TO THE LETTERS OF PLINY]
  • CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • I — TO THE EMPEROR TRAJAN[1001]
  • II — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • III — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • IV — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • V — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • VI — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • VII — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • VIII — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • X — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • XI — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • XII — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • XIII — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • XIV — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • XV — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • XVI — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • XVII — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • XVIII — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • XIX — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • XX — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • XXI — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • XXII — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • XXIII — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • XXIV — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • XXV — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • XXVI — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • XXVII — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • XXVIII — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • XXIX — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • XXX — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • XXXI — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • XXXII — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • XXXIII — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • XXXIV — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • XXXV — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • XXXVI — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • XXX VII — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • XXXVIII To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • XXXIX — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • XL — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • XLI — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • XLII — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • XLIII — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • XLIV — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • XLV — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • XLVI — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • XLVII — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • XLVIII — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • XLIX — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • L — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • LI — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • LII — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • LIII — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • LIV — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • LV — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • LVI — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • LVII — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • LVIII — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • LIX — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • LX — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • LXI — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • LXII — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • LXIII — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • LXIV — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • LXV — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • LXVI — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • LXVII — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • LX VIII — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • LXIX — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • LXX — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • LXXI — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • LXXII TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • LXXIII — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • LXX IV — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • LXXV — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • LXXVI — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • LXXVII — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • LXXVIII — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • LXXIX — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • LXXX — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • LXXXI — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • LXXXII — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • LXXXIII — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • LXXXIV — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • LXXXV — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • LXXXVI — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • LXXXVII — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • LXXXVIII — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • LXXXIX — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • XC — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • XCI — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • XCII — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • XCIII — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • XCIV — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • XCV — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • XCVI — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • XCVII To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN[1066]
  • XCVIII — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • XCIX — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • C — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • CI To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • CII — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • CIII — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • CIV — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • CV — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • CVI — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • CVII — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • CVIII — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • CIX — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • CX — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • CXI — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • CXII — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • CXIII — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • CXIV — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • CXV — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • CXVI — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • CXVII — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • CXVIII — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • CXIX — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • CXX — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • CXXI — To THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
  • CXXII — TRAJAN TO PLINY
  • FOOTNOTES TO THE CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE EMPEROR TRAJAN
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