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animo Antony apud Archias Asia atque autem belli bello bellum Caesar Catiline Cicero citizens conspirators consul death diē enim erat esse esset etiam expression favor force fuit give given Greek haec hanc hominum hūius hunc IDIOMS illa illum interest ipso Italy letters matter mihi modo neque nihil nisi numquam nunc omnēs omnia omnibus omnium orator passed Pompey populi present province quā quae quam quibus quid quidem Quirītēs quis quod rē pūblicā rēbus referring rei pūblicae Roman Rome semper Senate sine sint speech sunt tamen term thought tibi tion trans urbe urbis vērā vestrīs vőbis vős
Page 248 - Let me have men about me that are fat ; Sleek-headed men, and such as sleep o' nights. Yond' Cassius has a lean and hungry look ; He thinks too much : such men are dangerous.
Page 256 - As a result of this, Lentulus was delivered to Publius Lentulus Spinther, who at the time was an aedile, Cethegus to Quintus Cornificius, Statilius to Gaius Caesar, Gabinius to Marcus Crassus, and Caeparius (for he had just been caught and brought back) to a senator called Gnaeus Terentius.
Page 238 - Interea Manlius in Etruria plebem sollicitare, egestate simul ac dolore iniuriae novarum rerum cupidam, quod Sullae dominatione agros bonaque omnia amiserat; praeterea latrones cuiusque generis, quorum in ea regione magna copia erat; nonnullos ex Sullanis coloniis, quibus lubido atque luxuria ex magnis rapinis nihil reliqui fecerat.
Page 282 - Croton they carried off with them the temple treasures of the Lacinian Hera ; they landed in Brundisium, Misenum, and Caieta, in the Etruscan ports, and even in Ostia itself; they seized the most eminent Roman officers as captives, among others the admiral of the Cilician army, and two praetors with...
Page 356 - Cicero and his friends; a study of Roman society in the time of Caesar, translated, with an.