Terentia   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Terentia   - wife of Cicero
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Wikipedia entry
96/15 The birth of Terentia, wife of M.^Cicero.
58/31 a letter from Cicero to his wife Terentia, written at Brundisium
58/62 :Fam_14.2, letters from Cicero to Atticus and to his wife Terentia
58/65 3, further letters from Cicero to Atticus and to his wife Terentia
50/42 :Fam_14.5, letters from Cicero to Atticus and to his wife Terentia
49/11 Cic:Fam_14.14 & 14.18, two letters from Cicero to Terentia.
48/31 t_11.4 & Cic:Fam_14.6, letters from Cicero to Atticus and Terentia
48/72 Cic:Fam_14.12 & 14.19, two letters from Cicero to Terentia.
48/78 Cic:Fam_14.9 & 14.17, two letters from Cicero to Terentia.
47/7 Cic:Fam_14.16, a letter from Cicero to his wife Terentia.
47/31 Cic:Fam_14.8 & 14.21, two letters from Cicero to his wife Terentia
47/33 Cic:Fam_14.11 & 14.15, two letters from Cicero to his Terentia
47/39 ic:Fam_14.10 & 14.13, two letters from Cicero to his wife Terentia
47/47 Cic:Fam_14.23-24, letters from Cicero to his wife Terentia.
47/50 Cic:Fam_14.22, a letter from Cicero to his wife Terentia.
47/55 :Fam_14.20, a letter from Cicero to Terentia, written near Venusia
47/64 Cicero divorces Terentia.

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