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ANRW

H. Temporini, ed. Aufstieg und Niedergang der römischen Welt. Berlin, 1972–.

CEG

P. A. Hansen, ed. Carmina epigraphica Graeca. 2 vols. Berlin, 1983–1989.

CGL

Georg Goetz, ed., Corpus glossariorum Latinorum. 7 vols. Leipzig, 1888–1923.

CIL

Corpus inscriptionum Latinarum. Berlin, 1863–.

CLE

F. Bücheler and E. Lommatzsch, eds. Carmina Latina epigraphica. Leipzig, 1895–1926.

FLP

Edward Courtney, ed. The Fragmentary Latin Poets. New York and Oxford, 1993.

Forcellini

Egidio Forcellini, Totius Latinitatis lexicon. 6 vols. Prato, 1858–1875.

FPL

Jürgen Blänsdorf, ed. Fragmenta poetarum Latinorum epicorum et lyricorum praeter Ennium et Lucilium. 3rd ed. Stuttgart, 1995.

GLK

Heinrich Keil, ed. Grammatici Latini. 7 vols. Leipzig, 1857–1870.

KS

Raphael Kühner and Friedrich Holzweissig. Ausführliche Grammatik der lateinischen Sprache, 2 vols. (vol. 2 by Raphael Kühner and Carl Stegmann). 2nd ed. Hannover, 1912–1914.

LHS

Manu Leumann, J.B. Hofmann, and Anton Szantyr, Lateinische Grammatik. 2 vols. Munich. (Vol. 1: M. Leumann, Lateinische Laut- und Formenlehre, 1977; vol. 2: J.B. Hofmann and Anton Szantyr, Lateinische Syntax und Stilistik, 1965).

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LSJ

Henry George Liddell and Robert Scott. A Greek-English Lexicon. Revised by Sir Henry Stuart Jones and Roderick McKenzie. 9th ed. Oxford, 1940.

OCD

Simon Hornblower and Anthony Spawforth, eds. The Oxford Classical Dictionary. 3rd ed. Oxford and New York, 1996.

OLD

P. G. W. Glare, ed. Oxford Latin Dictionary. Oxford, 1982.

PHI

Packard Humanities Institute CD-ROM #5 (Latin Texts).

PIR

Prosopographia imperii Romani saeculorum I II III. 2nd ed. Berlin, 1933–.

RE

Paulys Realencyclopädie der classischen Altertumswissenschaft. Munich, 1894–1980.

TLL

Thesaurus linguae Latinae. Leipzig, 1904–.

Abbreviations for ancient authors and texts are generally those found in LSJ and OLD. Editions, commentaries, and translations of Martial (see the Bibliography for a list) are referred to by the author's last name only (e.g., "Friedlaender"; references to "Merli" are to the notes accompanying the translation by Scandola). References to "the variorum commentary" are taken from the compilation of scholarly comments presented in Schrevelius' 1670 edition. Works of modern scholarship are cited by last name and year of publication (e.g., "Sullivan 1991").

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