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Epic Rumors: Clodius' Target in Dom. 92

Jaclyn Neel
Phoenix
Vol. 69, No. 1/2 (Spring-Summer/printemps-été 2015), pp. 100-121
DOI: 10.7834/phoenix.69.1-2.0100
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7834/phoenix.69.1-2.0100
Page Count: 22
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Abstract

In De domo sua 92, Cicero responds to Clodius' claim that he has called himself Jupiter. General opinion has seen here a reference to Cicero's lost De consulatu suo; I argue that Clodius' accusation was instead based on prose works such as In Catilinam 3. Dans le De domo sua (92), Cicéron répond à Clodius qui l'a accusé de s'ětre appelé Jupiter. L'opinion générale veut que nous ayons ici une référence au poème perdu De consulatu suo. Je soutiens que l'accusation a plutôt sa source dans un discours en prose comme le In Catilinam 3.

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