Oratio Pro Tito Annio Milone

Oratio Pro Tito Annio Milone

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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. 1886 edition. Excerpt: ...was 'magister equitum' to the dictator L. Cincinnatus, B.C. 439. For an account of the manner in which he killed Sp. Maeiius on the ground of conspiracy, see Liv. tV. 13, 14. Cicero again mentions this act with approbation in his first speech against Catilisu; ch. I, and in the Cato, ch. 16. See Niebuhr, Rim. G. ii. 475. P. Nasica. P. Cornelius Nasica, sumamed Serapio, leader of the Senate in the murder of Tib, Gracchus. See Appian, Bell. Civ. t. 16, and Plutarch, Tit. Gracchus, ch. 19. Mummsen, Rim. Gcsch. tt. 89. L. Opimius. He was consul B.C. Ht, and in that year effected the death of C. Gracchus: see Appian, Bell. Civ. t. 11-16, and Plutarch, C. Gracchus. On being brought to trial by the tribune Q. Decius, he was acquitted (Cic. de Orat. 11. 15). Asconius however remarks in a note on the speech against Piso, g 95: 'notum est Opimium...in consulatu Fulvium Flaccum consularcm et C Gracchum tribunicium oppressive, ob quam invidiam postea iudicio circumventus est et in exilium actus.' C. Alarius. This refers to the murder of Saturninus and his party in he sixth consulship of Marius, B.C. 100. See A pp. B. C. 1. 18-31, and Plutarch, Marius, 18-30. Cicero afterwards defended Rabirius, a senator, "hen charged with the murder of Saturninus; see the speech pro C. Rabirio. mi consult, senatus. In the proceedings against Catilina and bis hi dates. nefarius, 'guilty of impiety: '--setieratos, 'stained with erime.' turn qui patris...fz. Orestes: the story forms the plot of the Eumemdes Aeschylus. variatis...libcratum, 'when the rotes of his human judges of the Areopagus were diyided, was acquitted by the vote of a deity, and that too of the goddess most tamed for wisdom.'--ien/entia, called 'calculus Vlinervae.' I 9. duodecim tabulae. The laws...show more

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