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4. A tragedian, exhibited at Rome in the time of Cicero, whom he grievously offended by applying to Pompey, at the Apollinarian games (B. C. 59), the words " Nostra miseria tu es Magnus," and other allusions, which the audience made him repeat again and again. (Cic. Att. 2.19.3 ; V. Max. 6.2.9.)


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