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Nouvelle édition augmentée d'un discours d'Isocrate traduit du grec par le même. Published in Amsterdam in 1740 by Isaac Trojel. Full sheepskin binding with smooth spine and gilded edges. Title page with an engraved vignette. A fairly well-preserved copy, light friction on the crowns. The bottom of the front cover is damaged. Fresh inside with some spots of clear foxing.
· Ce livre numérique présente Toutes les Oeuvres Majeures de Cicéron avec une table des matières dynamique et détaillée. Cicéron (en latin Marcus Tullius Cicero), né le 3 janvier 106 av. J.-C. à Arpinum en Italie et assassiné le 7 décembre 43 av. J.-C. à Formia, est un homme d'État romain et un auteur latin. Orateur remarquable, il publia une abondante production considérée comme un modèle …
Cornelius Nepos, the 1st-century BC biographer of Atticus, remarked that Cicero's letters to Atticus contained such a wealth of detail "concerning the inclinations of leading men, the faults of the generals, and the revolutions in the government" that their reader had little need for a history of the period.
Of Cicero's books, six on rhetoric have survived, as well as parts of eight on philosophy.
While 37 books of his letters have survived into modern times, 35 more books were known to antiquity that have since been lost. These included letters to Caesar, to Pompey, to Octavian, and to his son Marcus.
A contemporary of Julius Caesar, Cicero is widely considered one of Rome's greatest orators and prose stylists. Cicero is generally held to be one of the most versatile minds of ancient Rome.
Golden Age Latin. Notable works. Orations: In Verrem, In Catilinam I–IV, Philippicae. Philosophy: De Oratore, De Re Publica, De Legibus, De Finibus, De Natura Deorum, De Officiis. The writings of Marcus Tullius Cicero constitute one of the most famous bodies of historical and philosophical work in all of classical antiquity.
Cicero was declared a "righteous pagan" by the early Catholic Church, and therefore many of his works were deemed worthy of preservation.
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