This was the center city of the Roman Empire and the setting of most of the major events of Cicero's life.
This was the location of Cicero's favorite villa and where he often retreated during times of controversy.
This was Cicero's hometown and the hometown of his family.
This was the political and religious center of the city where the government was located.
This was a collection of Roman officials, including Cicero, and the ruling body of the Roman Empire, until Caesar became dictator.
This was the leading office within the collection of Roman officials, where two people a year traded off power each month, and which Cicero also served.
This was the office within the government that represented the masses.
This was a skill of Cicero's, who was a great theoretician of its practice.
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