The Correspondence of M. Tullius Cicero Arranged According to Its Chronological Order

The Correspondence of M. Tullius Cicero Arranged According to Its Chronological Order

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1901 edition. Excerpt: ... 367-3. Lucceius (L)., M.F., his dispute with the State, 302. 5: his fears of socialism, 250. 13: his villas, 252. 23; 294. 6. Lucceius (P.) introduced to Cornificius, 851. 6, cp. 899.5. lucere, 'to be conspicuous, ' 73. 4. Luceriae, used for proscriptions planned at Luceria, 352. 2. Lucieuus, a character in Varro's works, 296, 3: see Luscenius. Lucilius, the poet, his racy humour, 481. 1; 736. 3: quoted (iv. 10 Miiller) 679. 1: his lines on Granius quoted (xi. 12), 35. 1; 264. 7: quoted (Frag. 155) 652. 3: probably quoted, according to the clever suggestion of Pluygers (' Nee mihi tamargento nee veste opus est neque bubus'), 559. 3. Lucilius Bassus, a bad writer, 471. 2; 774. 3. Lucilius Hirrus, proposes that Pompey be made dictator, 160. 3: his failure for the aedileship, 211. 1: general sketch of his career, III. p. 305 all references given there, lucrativus sol, 'a basking in the sun stolen from business, ' 304. 1. Lucretius (Q, .) accuses Drusus, 144. 5: friend of Cassias, 323; 324. 1: flies from Sulmo, 335. 3. Lucretius (T.)the poet--Cicero's criticism of, 132. 4: did Cicero edit the poet's work? ib. note. lucrum, 480. 1. lucubratio, 461. 1. Lucullus: see Licinius Lucullus. Luculli, celebrated rites to Iuventas, 24. 3. lucus--luci, the place where Romulus founded his asylum, 92. 4. ludere aliquem, 'to make fun of a person, ' 133. 2; 141. 3. ludere civem bonum, 'to play the vir-tuous citizen, ' 211. 1. Ludi Romani, 148. 1; 223. 1. Ludi Veneris Genetrieis, 784. 7; 785. 6. ludibundus, 'gaily, ' 292. 2. ludus, applied to war, 369. 4: Indus tala-rius, different meanings of, 22.3: ludum aperire, 'to open a school, ' 473. 1: ludum suggerere Druso, 'to hoodwink Drusus, ' 590. 2: ludis, ' at the games, ' 896. 2. luminare, 'a window, ' 763. 4. Lupshow more

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