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"You know more individuals than the rest of noble Rome put together, but you let no Roman of your own class draw too close to you. That's why the few true friends you make are always foreigners or Romans of the lower classes" (Part I June of 68 B.C.- March 66 B.C., Chapter I, pg.16.)

"At thirty six, Servilia is no girl, and she's far from sweet. In fact, I'd call her as cold and hard as a slab of marble" (Part I June of 68 B.C.- March 66 B.C., Chapter 1, pg.17.)

"You're her father, her marital fate is entirely in your hands, and you've never given me any reason to suppose you would consider letting her marry for love. She's too important, she's your only child" (Part I June of 68 B.C.- March 66 B.C., Chapter 1, pg. 41.)

"Look at Pompeius Magnus-he's a Gaul! Look at...

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