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CDXXXIII (F XIV, 15)

TO TERENTIA (AT ROME)
BRUNDISIUM, 19 JUNE
If you are well, I am glad. I had resolved, as I told you in a previous letter, to send our son to meet Caesar, but I have changed my mind, because I hear nothing of his coming. On other matters, though there is nothing new, yet you will be able to learn from Sicca what my wishes are, and what I think necessary at such a time as this. I am still keeping Tullia with me. Take great care of your health. Good-bye.

19 June.


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