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Petili, Cato: Petilius and Cato are addressed personally, as prominent men sitting as judices. Such appeals would not now be tolerated, but were consistent with ancient procedure.

Favonio: Favonius (see sect. 26) was a friend and great admirer of Cato, with whom he had previously taken part in some proceedings against Clodius. He was afterwards one of the conspirators against Caesar.

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