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Marcus Cato

Porcius, the Censor (or Major, the Elder, I, 37) (234-149), author, 1.104; 3.1.

orator, 3.104.

soldier, served in Second Punic War (217-202); statesman, responsible for the destruction of Carthage (146), 1.79; “the Wise,” 3.16.

consul (195); censor (184); stalwart champion of the simple life and stern morals, 2.89.

bitterly opposed luxury and Greek culture; yielded in old age.

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    • Cicero, De Officiis, 1.104
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    • Cicero, De Officiis, 3.1
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