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of acknowledging my indebtedness to the ingenuity and intelligence displayed by them in the discovery of certain illustrative documents. I have been constantly aided in the work of selection, translation, and editing by Dr. Helen Gertrude Preston of the Girls' High School of Philadelphia. Professor James Harvey Robinson, the editor of the series of which this volume is a part, through our long labors together over manuscript and proof, has often contributed the last and best word of suggestion, advice, or decision.
EDWARD P. CHEYNEY
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
9. A letter from Cicero to Atticus, 54 B.C. .
R. Y. TYRRELL, Correspondence of Cicero, No. CXLIV.
Ibid. No. CLIV.
18. The building of the wall, A.D. 120
Ælius SPARTIANUS, Vita Hadriani, cc. 11, 12, 16; Monu-
menta Historica Britannica, p. Ixv.
HERODIANUS, Lib. iii, e. 46; Monumenta Historica Britan-
nica, pp. Ixiii sg.
HADDAN and STUBBS, Councils and Ecclesiastical Docu.
ments, Vol. I, p. 7.
Cook and TINKER, Translations from Old English Poetry,
pp. 118-119; trans. by Henry S. Canby.
HADDAN and STUBBS, Vol. III, pp. 496 sq.
pp. 26-30; trans. by Alfred Tennyson.
THORPE, Ancient Laws and Institutes of England, Vol. I,
p. 258; trans. by Benjamin Thorpe.