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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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

Contents

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