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" Marius, spared Catiline, and, perhaps, even encouraged him. Only two Romans remained determined to uphold their falling country — Cato and Cicero ; the latter of whom alone possessed the qualifications necessary for the task. The conspirators were now... "
A Classical Dictionary: Containing an Account of the Principal Proper Names ... - Sivu 316
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Encyclopaedia Americana: A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences ..., Nide 3

Francis Lieber, Edward Wigglesworth, Thomas Gamaliel Bradford - 1830
...countenanced the growing influence of Catiline, as a means of his own aggrandizement. Csesar, who was laboring to revive the party of Marius, spared Catiline, and,...this was effected, they hoped to obtain possession of the public treasures and the property of the citizens, under various pretexts, and especially by means...

Encyclopaedia Americana: A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences ..., Nide 3

Francis Lieber, Edward Wigglesworth, Thomas Gamaliel Bradford - 1830
...countenanced the growing influence of Catiline, as a means of his own aggrandizement. Caesar, who was laboring to revive the party of Marius, spared Catiline, and,...The conspirators were now planning the elevation of Cati» line and one of his accomplices to the consulship. When this was effected, they hoped to obtain...

Encyclopædia Americana, ed. by F. Lieber assisted by E. Wigglesworth (and T ...

Encyclopaedia Americana - 1830
...Catiline, as a means of his own aggrandizement. Caesar, who was laboring to revive the party of Marins, spared Catiline, and, perhaps, even encouraged him....their falling country — Cato and Cicero; the latter oí whom alone possessed the qualifications necessary for the task. The conspirators were now planning...

encyclopaedia americana

e. wigglesworth - 1830
...Catiline, as a means of his own aggrandizement. Csesar, who was laboring to revive the party of Marins, spared Catiline, and, perhaps, even encouraged him....Romans remained determined to uphold their falling country—Cato and Cicero; the latter of whom alone possessed the qualifications necessary for the...

The Popular Encyclopedia: Being a General Dictionary of Arts, Sciences ...

Sir Daniel Keyte Sandford, Thomas Thomson, Allan Cunningham - 1836
...aggrandizement. Cicsnr, who was labouring to revive the ¡Dirty of Marius, spared Catiline, and, perliaps, even encouraged him. Only two Romans remained determined...uphold their falling country— Cato and Cicero; the Lni. i of whom alone possessed the qualifications necessary for the task. The conspirators were now...

Encyclopædia Americana: A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences ..., Nide 3

Francis Lieber, Edward Wigglesworth - 1838
...countenanced the growing influence of Catiline, as a means of his own aggrandizement. Ciesar, who was laboring to revive the party of Marius, spared Catiline, and,...their falling country — Cato and Cicero ; the latter ot whom alone possessed the qualifications necessary for the task. The conspirators were now planning...

A Classical Dictionary: Containing ... Proper Names Mentioned in Ancient ...

Charles Anthon - 1841
...opposing, countenanced the growing influence of Catiline, as a means of his own aggrandizement. Ctesar, who was labouring to revive the party of Marius, spared...this was effected, they hoped to obtain possession of the public treasures and the property of the citizens, under various pretexts, and especially by means...

Encyclopædia Americana: A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences ..., Nide 3

Thomas Gamaliel Bradford - 1851
...countenanced the growing influence of Catiline, as a means of his own aggrandizement. Ccesar, who was laboring to revive the party of Marius, spared Catiline, and,...this was effected, they hoped to obtain possession of the public treasures and the property of the citizens, under various pretexts, and especially by means...

A Classical Dictionary: Containing an Account of the Principal Proper Names ...

Charles Anthon - 1855 - 1451 sivua
...Catiline, as a means of his own aggrandizement. Cœsar, who was labouring to revive the party of M anus, spared Catiline, and, perhaps, even encouraged him....this was effected, they hoped to obtain possession of the public treasures and the property of the citizens, under various pretexts, and especially by means...

THE EVERY DAY BOOK OF HISTORY AND CHRONLOLGY

JOEL MUNSELL - 1858
...of his life. Pompey, Crassus and Caesar favored his schemes with a view to their own aggrandizement. Only two Romans remained determined to uphold their falling country — Cato and Cicero. The speeches of the latter in the Roman senate on the crisis of affairs are imperishable monuments of eloquence...




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