Tiro - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(M. Tullius Tiro) - freedman of Cicero
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am_16.10 & 16.13-15, letters from Cicero to Tiro, written at Cumae
from Cicero to Atticus and Tiro, written on the journey from Athen
Cic:Fam_16.8 & 16.11-12, three letters from Cicero to Tiro.
Cic:Fam_16.17 & 16.19 & 16.22, letters from Cicero to Tiro.
Cic:Fam_9.22 & 16.18-20, letters from Cicero to Paetus and Tiro
5, letters from Cicero to Atticus and from M.Cicero Junior to Tiro
t_16.8-15 & Cic:Fam_16.24, letters from Cicero to Atticus and Tiro
16.26-27, letters from Plancus to Cicero and from Q.Cicero to Tiro
Cic:Fam_6.16 & 16.23, letters from Cicero to Bithynicus and Tiro
[not in Ar.] M.Tullius Tiro, the freedman of Cicero who
tten by Cicero upon his friend Tiro. Then, when I retired
(T. Calestrius Tiro) - Roman praetor, 93 A.D.
arewell.  & To Calestrius Tiro. I have suffered a mos
Romanus & 34 Maximus  & To Tiro. While I was staying
on letter iv. 3.  & To Tiro. A case has just been
regard for Calestrius Tiro, who is bound to me by close
strong enough to meet Tiro at Mediolanum, but in order
the visit of my friend Tiro was so agreeable to you,
short. & Farewell.  & To Tiro. You are doing splendi
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