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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1879-1880-583

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general literature and science 583 Nunc ut me patres conscripti quamdam prope justam patria3 querimoniam detester ac deprecer percipite quasso diligenter qua3 dicam et ea penitus animis vestris mentibus- que mandate Etenim si mecum patria quae mihi vita mea multo est carior si cuncta Italia si omnis respublica sic loqua- tur Tulli quid agis Tune eum quem esse hostem comperisti quem ducem belli futururn vides quem exspectari imperatorem in castris hostium sentis auctorem sceleris principem conjurationis evocatorem servorum et civium per- ditorum exire patiere ut abs te non emissus ex Urbe sed immissus in Urbem esse videatur Nonne bunc in vincula duci non ad mortem rapi non summo supplicio mactari imperabis Quid tandem te impedit Mosne majorum At perssepe etiam privati in hac republica perniciosos cives morte mulctarunt An leges quse de civium Romanorum supplicio rogatfe sunt At numquam in hac urbe ii qui republica defecerunt civium jura tenuerunt An invidiam posteritatis times Prseclaram vero populo Romano refers gratiam qui te hominem per te cognitum nulla commenda- tione majorum tam mature ad summum imperium per omnes honorum gradus extulit si propter invidiam aut alicujus periculi metum salutem civium tuorum negligis Sed si quis est invidise metus num est vehementius severitatis ac orti- tudinis invidia duam inertias ac nequitise pertimescenda An quum bello vastabitur Italia vexabuntur urbes tecta ardebunt turn te non existimas invidia incendio conflagraturum Explain the terms patres conscripti-rogata3 leges What was the summum imperium and the other honorum gradus" Derive mactare-supplicium When can an" be used in questions Explain the use of tandem-immo-atque-adeo What was the attitude of Cicero towards the political parties of his time How does he allude in this speech to the Gracchi and to Marius
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