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1 See end of B. ii.
2 Owing to the liberality of Cæsar, he amassed great riches. He is repeatedly attacked by Catullus (Carm. xxix., xliii., lvii.), and accused of extortion, and other vices. Horace also speaks of him in terms of ridicule, I Sat. 5, 37.
3 See B. iv. c. 21.
4 See Chapter 4 of this Book.
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