Cicero, Marcus Tullius
- (106–43 bc) Roman orator and statesman.
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CICERO, MARCUS TULLIUS° — (106 B.C.E.–3 B.C.E.), Roman orator and statesman. In 59 B.C.E. Cicero delivered a speech in Rome on behalf of his client Flaccus (Pro Flacco), who was accused of having seized gold contributed by the Jews to the Temple, while he was proconsul of … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Cicero,Marcus Tullius — Cicero, Marcus Tullius. 106 43B.C. Roman statesman, orator, and philosopher. A major figure in the last years of the Republic, he is best known for his orations against Catiline and for his mastery of Latin prose. His later writings introduced… … Universalium
Cicero, Marcus Tullius — born 106 BC, Arpinum, Latium died Dec. 7, 43 BC, Formiae Roman statesman, lawyer, scholar, and writer. Born to a wealthy family, he quickly established a brilliant career in law and plunged into politics, then rife with factionalism and… … Universalium
Cicero, Marcus Tullius — (106–43 BC) The Roman orator and statesman is philosophically important partly as a transmitter of Greek ideas in Latin, but also for the unity of philosophy and rhetoric that he sought to promote. Rhetoric enables the statesman, educated to… … Philosophy dictionary
CICERO, Marcus Tullius — (106 BC–43 AD) One of this famous orator’s works, De Divinatione, gives some idea of the tradition of augury that draws on Etruscan tradition … Historical Dictionary of the Etruscans
CICERO, MARCUS TULLIUS — a Roman orator, statesman, and man of letters, born near Arpinum, in Latium; trained for political life partly at Rome and partly at Athens; distinguished himself as the first orator at the Roman bar when he was 30, and afterwards rose through … The Nuttall Encyclopaedia
CICERO, Marcus Tullius — (106 43 B.C.) probably the greatest Roman orator whose prose profoundly affected Western literature. His political essays and high moral views have had a lasting influence on Western thought … Concise dictionary of Religion
Marcus Tullius Cicero — Cicero. Porträtbüste von Bertel Thorvaldsen nach einem römischen Original, Thorvaldsen Museum, Kopenhagen … Deutsch Wikipedia
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Marcus Tullius Cicero (Rome character) — Marcus Tullius Cicero Rome character Cicero (left) with his slave Tiro Portrayed by David Bamber … Wikipedia