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[5] Now, the discourse of Cicero was entitled ‘Cato,’ and that of Caesar ‘Anti-Cato.’

It is said also that when Quintus Ligarius was under prosecution because he had been one of the enemies of Caesar, and Cicero was his advocate, Caesar said to his friends: ‘What is to prevent our hearing a speech from Cicero after all this while, since Ligarius has long been adjudged a villain and an enemy?’

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