This person is the author of the speeches documented in the book and one of the greatest statesmen of classical antiquity.
When the author became consul in 63 B.C., this person attempted a coup against the Roman government but failed after being exposed and forced into exile.
This was the corrupt governor of Sicily that the author prosecuted in the In Verrum series of speeches.
This person was the first dictator of Rome, who lifted the author's exile and was eventually assassinated.
This was an enemy of the author's that, after a series of vituperative exchanges, seized power and had opponents killed.
This person is the defense lawyer for the corrupt governor of Sicily that opposes the author at the trial.
This person was one of Rome's great generals that the author supported in leading Roman forces in a well...
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