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3), only deities, emperors, Trajan's father and Republican heroes are named. 2, elsewhere Rusticus only. His full names were Q. Junius Arulenus Rusticus. 2. 15 he is just Pronto. His full names were Ti. Catius Caesius Fronto. 4; elsewhere Baebius Massa. Rufus Varenus v 20. 1; elsewhere just Varenus. Rufus Verginius vi 10. 1; elsewhere Verginius or Rufus or Verginius Rufus . Another archaism - for by the Flavian period the cognomen seems to have become universal41 -is that in certain cases contem poraries are named by praenomen and gentilicium only, even when they had a cognomen, a practice also followed for republican or early imperial persons, also listed here.
I 20 p. 183) or for Cornelius Repentinus, 'frater Contucci' (ib. ii 4 p. 188). g. ib. i 27 p. 185) and, for a y ounger correspondent, 'fili' (ib. ii 3 p. 187) or 'mi domine fili carissime' (ib. ii 7 p. 189). g. Turbo Mar cius, Niger Censorius, Cornelianus Sulpicius, Montanus Licinius, = = = = = = �6For the chronology and many other aspects: E. Champlin, Fronto and An tonine Rome (Cambridge, Mass. -London 1980). J. van den Hout, M. Cornelii Frontonis Epistulae (Leipzig 1988), fi nally appeared some years after the book by Champlin, who had to rely on a previous edition by the same scholar.
1. 3 to Suetonius himself. 3. 1. 2. 4. 7, 9. 3. 3 ('noster'). 15 (if this is the same person; cf. the entry in the Index of Persons). 10. e. P. 8. 5. 3. 26 4. 1. 1, cf. 1, where he is alluded to in the reference to his homonym, Pompeius Saturninus (1), 'hunc dico nostrum'. 1. (Minicius) Fundanus v 16. 7. 2, 4. 4. See Maximus (2) in the Index of Per sons. 1. 8. 12, 14. 1. 5. 10. 1. 4, a letter on a subject treated in further instalments in vii 6 and 10. 1. 3. 1. 4, 6, 9. Umrnidius Quadratus in vi 11; and his gentilicium is implied by that of his grandmother in vii 24.