The Jugurthine War - The Conspiracy of Catiline XXV-XXXVI Summary & Analysis

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The Conspiracy of Catiline XXV-XXXVI Summary and Analysis

Caitiline thinks the best way forward is through war. He sends his best men to various parts of Europe with the view of burning Rome when the time is right. He tells his followers to carry weapons and be ready for battle at all times.

Caitiline plans to assassinate the consular Cicero, but Curius does not like the idea and he tells Fulvia of the plans, which she passes on to higher sources. As a result, Cicero's guards turn the assassins away when they arrive. Meanwhile in Etrupia, Manilos is getting the poor people of the region onto Caitiline's side. Cicero knows that Manilos is gathering an army but cannot get enough intelligence of Manilos's exact plans. Cicero decides to go to the Senate, who tell him he must do everything in his...

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