Aurelii Victoris Liber de Caesaribus. Incerti auctoris Epitome de Caesaribus. Concordantiae et Indices
Sextus Aurelius Victor, a high-ranking Roman official from North Africa who lived in the 4th century AD, tells in his Liber de Caesaribus the history of the Roman Empire from Augustus to Constantius II (360) through short biographies of the emperors. The anonymous Epitome de Caesaribus is also a collection of short imperial biographies, covering the emperors from Augustus to Theodosius the Great (395).
This KWIC (Key Word in Context) concordance is fully lemmatised (homographs are strictly separated) and sets words in a context of up to 11 elements. The textual basis is the edition by F. Pichlmayr (Leipzig 1911, corr. R. Gründel, Leipzig 1961). The concordance is augmented by a number of indexes, including an overview of the textual variants in the editions by P. Dufraigne (Lib. de Caes., Paris 1975) and M. Festy (Epit. de Caes., Paris 1999), an index of personal and geographical names, lists of lemmas and individual forms arranged both alphabetically and in decreasing order of frequency, and an index of enclitic forms