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1 e.g. as in the friendship between Carbo and Tiberius Gracchus.
2 “Good men,” in political parlance were the members of the aristocratic party.
3 The treason of Themistocles was in 471 B.C.; that of Coriolanus in 491. Thucydides, i. 68, says that Themistocles died a natural death at Magnesia, in Asia Minor, and Livy ii. 40 quotes Pictor as saying that Coriolanus lived to an advanced age among the Volscians; see also Cic. Att. ix. 10. 3; Plut. Them. 31.
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