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[3] During the consulship of Lentulus,1 however, when the disorder went on increasing, so that tribunes were wounded in the forum and Quintus the brother of Cicero lay unnoticed for dead among the slain,2 the people began to change their minds, and Annius Milo, one of the tribunes, first ventured to prosecute Clodius for violence, and many joined themselves to Pompey both from the people and from the surrounding cities. With these Pompey came forth, drove Clodius from the forum, and summoned the citizens to the vote.3

1 57 B.C.

2 Cf. Cicero, pro Sest. 35, 75 f.

3 On the question of Cicero's recall.

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