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Vol. XI : Vocabula quae reperiuntur in Corpus Christianorum ser. Lat. XXXV et XLVI

Vol. XII : De doctrina christiana, de vera religione

Vol XIII : Contra Academicos, De beata vita.

Sblendorio M. T. 1973. "Index verborum quae exhibent Augustini epistulae ad res privatas pertinentes." AFLC 36: 29-60.

Lenfant, D. 1963. Concordantiae augustianae : sive collectio omnium sententiarum ... Brussels. Repr. ed. S. Cramoisy, 1656.

Rufus festus avienus

Wacht, M. 1995. Concordantia in Rufium Festum Avienum . Alpha-Omega. Reihe A. Lexika, Indizes, Konkordanzen zur klassischen Philologie 157. Hildesheim, Zürich, New York: Olms-Weidmann.

Decimius magnus ausonius

Delphine edition with complete index

Beda (bede) venerabilis:

CETEDOC (=Centre de Traitement Electronique de Documents). 1983. Beda Venerabilis, Expositio Actuum Apostolorum, Retractatio in Actus Apostolorum, Nomina regionum atque locorum de Actibus Apostolorum, In epistulas VII catholicas . Corpus Christianorum. Series A, Instrumenta lexicologica Latina. Formae, fasc. 12. Turnhout: Brepols.

CETEDOC (=Centre de Traitement Electronique de Documents). 1983. In Tobiam ; In Proverbia ; In Cantica Canticorum ; In Habacuc . Corpus Christianorum. Series Latina; 119B, suppl. A; Bedae opera , pars II, 2B, suppl. A; Instrumenta lexicologica Latina. , Series A, Enumeratio formarum, concordantia formarum, index formarum a tergo ordinatarum, fasc. 15. Turnholt: Brepol.

Jones, P. F. 1929. A Concordance to the Historia ecclesiastica of Bede. Cambridge (Mass.): Mediaeval Academy of America.

Benedict nursinus

Schmitz, P. 1987 . Règle de saint Benoît / texte latin, trad.&concordance , 5 th ed. rev. Turnhout: Brepols.

Anicius manlius severinus boethius:

Hamesse, J. 1972. Auctoritates Aristotelis: Senecae, Boethii, Platonis, Apulei et quorundam aliorum. 1, Concordance . Louvain: CETEDOC.

Cooper, L. 1928. A concordance of Boethius; the five theological tractates and the Consolation of Philosophy . Cambridge (Mass.): The Mediaeval Academy of America.

Caelius aurelianus

Maire, B. and Bianchi, O. 2003. Caelii Aureliani operum omnium quae exstant Concordantiae. Alpha-Omega. Reihe A, Lexika, Indizes, Konkordanzen zur klassischen Philologie, 234. Hildesheim; Zürich: Olms-Weidmann.

Gaius julius caesar:

Birch, C.M. Concordantia et index Caesaris . 2 vols. Alpha-Omega. Reihe A. Lexika, Indizes, Konkordanzen zur klassischen Philologie, 100. Hildesheim, New York: Olms-Weidmann

Schümann B. F. 1976. Caesars Wortschatz. Vollständiges Lexikon zu den Schriften Bellum Gallicum, Bellum civile, Bellum Africanum, Bellum Alexandrinum, Bellum Hispaniense sowie den Fragmenten. Hamburg: Schümann Verlag.

Lecrompe R., ed. 1968. César, De bello Gallico, Index verborum. Documents pour servir à l'enseignement de la langue latine. Alpha Omega Reihe A. Lexika, Indizes, Konkordanzen zur klassischen Philologie 11. Hildesheim: Olms.

Meusel H. 1958. Lexicon Caesarianum confecit 2 vols . Berlin: Weidmann.

Preuss, S. 1884. Vollständiges Lexikon zu den pseudo-caesarianischen Schriftwerken, 3 vol. Erlangen: Deichert.

Carmina latina epigraphica

Fele, M. et al. 1998. Concordantiae in Carmina Latina Epigraphica. Alpha-Omega. Reihe A, Lexika, Indizes, Konkordanzen zur klassischen Philologie, 95 Hildesheim: Olms.

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