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Marcus Cicero Tullius, the orator (106-43), born at Arpinum, educated at Rome under Archias, the Scaevolas, and the teachers of philosophy (see Introduction), at Athens, in Asia, and at Rhodes; his training was all for service, 1.155. as consul (63) he crushed the conspiracy of Catiline, 1.84. banished (58), 2.58. his enforced retirement from his profession, 3.2–4. as a philosopher and orator, 1.1–3. follower of Socrates and Plato, 1.2. of the New Academy, 2.7–8. why he wrote on philosophy, 2.2–8; 3.1–5. attitude on the downfall of the repub
Marcus Scaurus Aemilius, son of the preceding, stepson of Sulla, aedile (58) with extraordinary magnificence, 2.57. governor of Sardinia (56), which he plundered outrageously; successfully defended by Cicero and Hortensius; later (52) condemned and banished, 1.138. palace on the Palatine, 1.138.