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Very interesting set of correspondence by Cicero. Intriguing and pivotal in order to understand the man behind the politics-- or, just maybe, the politics behind the man. Read full review
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The Letters were intended for publication (unlike Cicero's impulsive notes), and frame an honest political toady who rose in rank even under the hated Domitian. Describes a surprising variety of ... Read full review
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