The Verrine orations: in two volumes. Against Caecilius ; Against Verres, p. 1., p. 2 : books I and II.

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Harvard University Press, 1928 - History - 503 pages
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User Review  - gmicksmith - LibraryThing

Basic and classic Latin expression of Roman law, well-worth the read and interesting that such a long work is an attack on one corrupt individual. If only we had such ethical leaders of our own ... Read full review

Review: The Verrine Orations 1: Against Caecilus. Against Verres, Parts 1-2; Books 1-2

User Review  - John Cairns - Goodreads

I like writing depicting the writer in action and all the incidental information given of the time he lived in but also that Cicero isn't going to waste what he prepared simply because Verres fled and it was never given. Some was but he'd've 'improved' it all for reading anyway. Read full review

Contents

Caecilius Niger
2
The First Part of the Speech against
69
The Second Speech against Gaius Verres
122
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