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You are of that most ancient municipal town of Tusculum, from which many of our consular families are derived, among which is also the Juventian family; there have not so many families of that rank proceeded from all the other municipal towns put togethe
which people do you suppose are most eager to support their own
fellow-citizens; the people of Atina, or those of Tusculum? The one, (for this is a matter with which I may
easily be well acquainted, on account of my neighbourhood to them,) when
ght almost say, the very hills
themselves,—supported us in the pursuit of our honours. Do you
ever see any man of Tusculum
boast of that great man, Marcus Cato, the first man in every sort of virtue,
or of Tiberius Coruncanius, though a