This concordance serves two sets. The general reader may wish to find the letters in this collection in C. R. Haines's Loeb translation, where they can be seen in the context of Marcus Cornelius Fronto's letter collection as a whole. Classicists will want to see the original text, but not every library will own all the main editions of Fronto, and unfortunately they all use different numbering systems, while Edward Champlin's biography of Fronto uses yet another. The concordance should enable readers to find at least one version to compare with this one. The Haines Loeb contains the only complete translation of all the Fronto letters into English. The book/item numbers follow the convention of the ancient edition as transmitted in the manuscripts, in that the collection is divided up into “books” with separate titles, with each item in the book numbered consecutively.
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