Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Bithynia” in text Agr., speech 2 of M. Tullius Cicero, On the Agrarian Law:
...dly become the public property of the Roman people. Is there any reason why the decemvirs should not sell all the lands, and cities, and military stations and harbours, and in short all Bithynia ? What will they do at Mitylene? which has undoubtedly become yours, O Romans, by the laws of war and by the rights of victory; a city both by nature and situation, and b...
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