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2.64, 83; 3.55, 87.

the intellectual and artistic centre of the world; led Greece in the Persian wars (490-479); humbled by Sparta (404); the university city of the Roman world, 1.1; 3.6, 121.

see Regulus.

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    • Cicero, De Officiis, 1.1
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