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EINE BETEUERUNG TUBEROS, EINE ANDEUTUNG CAESARS UND EINE UNTERSTELLUNG CICEROS

Franz Xaver Ryan
Aevum
Anno 78, Fasc. 1 (Gennaio-Aprile 2004), pp. 51-58
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20861539
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Abstract

It is possible to recover the meaning of some ambiguous words in an oratorical fragment of the younger Tubero since a passage from an extant speech of Cicero is a direct response to the preserved fragment of Tubero. Against this background it becomes apparent that Caesar in an unnoticed passage of the Bellum civile is impugning the honesty of two of his opponents.

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