（106-48), warrior, 1.76; (2.20;) politician, the enemy of Caesar, the idol of Cicero, 2.2.
conquered the pirates, Sertorians, Mithradates, Judaea, 1.78.
triumvir; married Julia, 3.82.
adorned Rome with great buildings, 2.60.
magnificent shows. 2.57.
defeated at Pharsalus (48), 2.45.
M. Tullius Cicero. De Officiis. With An English Translation. Walter Miller. Cambridge. Harvard University Press; Cambridge, Mass., London, England. 1913.
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