Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Faesulae” in text Catil., speech 2, section 20 of M. Tullius Cicero, Against Catiline:
...touched by age, but still vigorous from constant exercise;
of which class is Manlius himself; whom Catiline is now succeeding. These are men of those
colonies which Sulla established at Faesulae ,
which I know to be composed, on the whole, of excellent citizens and brave men; but yet these
are colonists, who, from becoming possessed of unexpected and sudden wealth, boast themsel...
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