This person had an elite education in Rome where he studied philosophy and rhetoric and ardently defended the governmental structure of the Roman republic.
Scipio Africanus the Younger
This individual was widely regarded as an excellent orator and was famous for his opposition to Tiberius Gracchus.
This person was a famed destroyer of the Roman republic and was assassinated.
On Duties is dedicated to this person.
Quintus Mucius Scaevola
This person is featured prominently in "Laelius: On Friendship" and "On the Orator" as a member of both dialogues.
Gaius Fannius Strabo
This character is a Roman Historian who takes part in the discussion with another important character.
Gaius Laelius Scaevola
This person is a famed friend who tells of his friendship in "Laelius: On Friendship."
Lucius Licinius Crassus
This person is the main figure in "On the Orator," defending the view that great...
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