Digital Cicero builds on data collected by Caitlin Marley for her University of Iowa Dissertation, “Sentiments, Networks, Literary Biography: Towards a Mesoanalysis of Cicero’s Corpus” (2018).  The first component of Digital Cicero is a network based on data gathered from the Epistulae ad Familiares, including the names of Cicero’s correspondents, the dates of the letters, their geographic origin, their destinations, the people who were mentioned in every letter, and the places mentioned. The resulting visualization shows the exchange of letters in the ad Familiares. The size of the node corresponds with the amount of exchanged between the correspondents: