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[54] and we often introduce fictitious speeches of historical persons, whom we select ourselves. Cicero for instance in the pro Caelio1 makes both Appius Caecus and her brother Clodius address Clodia, the former rebuking her for her immorality, the latter exhorting her thereto.

1 xiv. sqq

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