Law and Justice - Cicero and Roman Republicanism - 12.2 Cicero and Greek Philosophy
Cicero was caught leaving his villa in Formiae in a litter going to the seaside where he hoped to embark on a ship destined for Macedonia. When his killers arrived, Cicero's own slaves said they had not seen him, but he was given away by Philologus, a freedman of his brother Quintus Cicero.
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