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Cicero

Sallust
Historian who wrote after the death of julius caesar

Cicero
Consul
Novos homo from equestrian class
Orator/ lawyer

Where was Cicero born?
Arpinum

Where did Cicero die?
Formia

How did Cicero die?
Cut off his hands
Cut out his tongue
Beheaded him
Nailed hands and tongue to walls of Rome

Tullia
Cicero’s favorite child

Claudius Pulcher
Forced Cicero into exile

Cicero’s speeches
Pro Caelio
In Catilinam

Cicero’s Essays
De Amicitia (Friendship)
De Senectute (Old Age)

Cicero’s Letters
Ad Atticum
Ad Quintum
Ad Familiares

Number of Cicero’s letters in existence
800

Number of Speeches against Catiline
4

Location of first Speech
Temple of Jupiter stator
(To bring patriotism)

Location of last speech
Temple of Concordia
(Wanted everyone in agreement)

Usual meeting place for the Senate
Curia

Minimum age for Consul
43

Cicero’s nickname after the conspiracy
Pater Patriae

Age Cicero assumed toga virilis
16

Number of months Cicero spent in exile
16-18

Cicero’s age of death
63

Eastern province governed by Cicero after returning from exile
Sicilia

Antonius
Co- consul sympathetic to cause

Catiline
(Lucius Sergius Catilina)
Ran for consul vs. Cicero
Conspirator to overthrow Rome

Manlius
Conspirator
Right hand man to Catiline
In Faesulae (N of Rome)

5 executed without a trial
Executed just before battle
Cethegus
Lentulus (senator)
Statilius
Caeparius
Gabinius

Quintus Curius
Fulvia was his mistress
Eventually confesses to Cicero and gets immunity

Fulvia
Quintus Curius’s mistress who tells Cicero

Decimus Silanus
Consul Elect
Parrots Cicero then is swayed by Caesar
(Pro -> No execution)

Julius Caesar
Exile instead of execution
Possible conspirator
Problem: exile costs a lot

Cato
Senator
Pro-execution for all

Titus Vulturcius
Ambassador for Allobroges

Allobroges
Tribe from Gual
In Rome for help
Pretended to be part of conspiracy

Carcer
Prison

Tullianum
Execution chamber

Terentia
Cicero’s wife, scary

Publia
Cicero’s second wife
Divorced because she was happy Tullia died

Verres
Governor of Sicily after Cicero
Tried by Cicero for stealing from people

Titus Pomponius
Atticus
Cicero’s BFF
Called Atticus because he studied in Attica, Greece

Pompeii the Great
In charge of army in Greece
Got power from Manilian law

Deaths
1. Tullia
2. Quintus
3. Terentia

1. Crassus
2. Caesar
3. Cicero

Speeches
1. Verrine
2. Catilinarian
3. Philippes

Cicero’s office
1. Quaestor
2. Aedile
3. Praetor

Births
1. Cicero
2. Caesar
3. Octavian

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