Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Capua” in text Agr., speech 2 of M. Tullius Cicero, On the Agrarian Law:
...n people were! In the Alban and Seplasian road, what crowds assembled, of men inquiring what edict the praetor had issued? where he was supping? what he had said? And we who had come to Capua from Rome, were not called guests, but foreigners and strangers. Ought we not to think that those men who foresaw all these things, O Romans, ought to be venerated and worship...
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