Marcus Tullius Cicero
This person was the main subject of the book, one of classical antiquity's greatest statesmen, intellectuals, philosophers and politicians, well-known for defending the Republican government of Rome and its constitution.
This person gained fame as a military general and the first dictator of Rome, and he was often on opposing sides of the book's main subject politically.
This person was the brother of the book's main subject, and constant companion and ally with rare exception.
This person was the best friend of the book's main subject, and hundreds of letters from their correspondence have survived.
This person was a Tribune and ardent opponent of the book's main subject, and was willing to use violence to cause a people's revolution against Roman elites.
This person was a senator and mortal enemy of the book's main subject, eventually having...
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