M. Tvlli Ciceronis Pro C. Rabirio Perdvellionis Reo Oratio Ad Qvirites

M. Tvlli Ciceronis Pro C. Rabirio Perdvellionis Reo Oratio Ad Qvirites

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1882 edition. Excerpt: ...Rome, of whom Cicero is constantly speaking. He could remember them in his youth; and his treatise de oratare is practically an embodiment of their views on the subject of oratory intended to preserve the fame of these great men, who had left so little behind in the way of literary remains. qui...fuit 'M Antonius, consul designatus, was posted outside the city with an armed force, probably to prevent the country folks from coming to help their friend the tribune '. G Long. ingenia a word very frequently employed by Cicero in speaking of orators. 27. equitibus for the way in which the violent measures of Saturninus led to a temporary combination of the senate and equi/zs, see Mommsen bk Iv c 6. tribunis aerariis see appendix G. ceterorum ordinum this probably refers to all those lesser citizens who having some little capital of their own (and so something to lose) had embarked it in various companies of a less ambitious character than those of the publz'canz'. See II in Verrem II 17 sz' cuiquam 0rdz'm' sir/e aratorum sz"z/e pecuarzl orum sir/e Inercalorurnprobatzrs sit. In an inscription of the time of Elagabalus (Wilmanns 1737) I find ex decreto 0rdz'nz's corporis pz'scatorum et urinalorum tatius ah/(ei) T iber(im') quibus ex s(enatus) cjonsulto) mire licel. So we have the word used of priestly bodies, ordo sacerdatum, lzaruspicum, A ugustalizmz, etc. So too ordo scribarum (pro Mur 42, II in Verr III 183), fabr0rum tz;gnarz'0rum (Wilmanns I742) and others. Valer Max v 2 I has even malronarum ordinem. Compare generally de imp Cn Pomp I7, I8, in Catil 1v 14-16. ' paruerunt, loquor? de ipsorum consulum fama quid futurum est? L Flaccum, hominem cum semper in re...show more

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