Cicero: Defender of the Republic
Cicero was a Roman statesman and orator who tried unsuccessfully to preserve the republican form of government. His assassination was sanctioned by Rome s first emperor, Augustus. Cicero s prolific writings have survived and have given us an intimate and exciting picture of Roman politics.
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