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" Plane. 66 Cicero reports on Cato's remark at the beginning of his Origines : clarorum virorum atque magnorum non minus otii quam negotii rationem extare oportere, words which indicate that Cato evidently viewed his history as a justification to the Roman... "
Cato:, Or, An Essay on Old-age - Page 236
by Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1773 - 319 pages
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Cato, or, An essay on old-age

Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1785 - 348 pages
...productions, he exemplified a noble maxim which he laid down in the introduction to one of them, and which Cicero in his oration for Plancius with fo much reafon...minus otii quam negotii rationem extare oportere. t The particular work mentioned in the text, is the only part of his numerous writings which have come...
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Historia︠e︡ Philippica︠e︡, Volume 2; Volume 60

Marcus Junianus Justinus - 1822 - 630 pages
...principio scripsit Originum suarum, semper magnificutn ct G14 JUSTINI HIST. PR£F. prscclariim putavi, clarorum virorum atque magnorum non minus otii quam negotii rationem extare oportere.' Et Colum. nbi ad idem ¡Und alludit, ie in ext. lib. xi. scribit: 'Tarn otii quam negotii rationem...
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Gai Salustii Crispi Catalina, Iugurtha, Historiarum reliquiae: incertorum ...

Sallust - 1853 - 618 pages
...Catonis illud, quod in principio scripsit Originum suarum, semper magnificum et praeclarum putavi : clarorum virorum atque magnorum non minus otii quam negotii rationem extare oportere. Cicero pro Plancio 27, 66. Simul ut et otii mei, cuius et Cato reddendam operam putat, apud te ratio...
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Grundriss der römischen litteratur, Volume 1

Gottfried Bernhardy - 1865 - 934 pages
...charakteristischen Aeufserung des Cato Censorius, welche Cic. p. Plane. 27. bewundert und als vortrefflich rühmt: clarorum virorum atque magnorum non minus otii quam negotii rationem extare oportere. Sie erläutert am bündigsten jenen Ausspruch des älteren Scipio Africanus, den Cato selber erwähnte:...
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Grundriss der römischen Litteratur, Volume 1

Gottfried Bernhardy - 1872 - 1046 pages
...charakteristischen Aeufserung des Cato Censorins, welche Cic. p. Plane. 27. bewundert und als vortrefflich rühmt: clarorum virorum atque magnorum non minus otii quam negotii rationem extare oportere. Sie erläutert bündig jenen Ausspruch des älteren Scipio Africanus, den Gato selber erwähnte: nunquam...
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Triennium philologicum oder Grundzüge der philologischen ..., Volume 1

William Freund - 1879 - 354 pages
...Catonis illud, quod in principio scripsit Originum suarum, semper magnificum et praeclarum putavi, "clarorum virorum atque magnorum non minus otii quam negotii rationem extare oportere"). Ebenso ist Agr. 37 die Schilderung der Schlacht, wie schon Lipsius bemerkt hat, eine fast wörtliche...
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Kleine schriften von Alfred von Gutschmid: bd. Schriften zur römischen und ...

Alfred Freiherr von Gutschmid - 1894 - 810 pages
...Vorrede hatte er gesagt (fr. 2 Peter), CM. Catonis illud, quod iu principio scripsit Originum suarutn, clarorum virorum atque magnorum non minus otii quam negotii rationem extare oportere', wahrscheinlich mit Tadel anderer Männer, wie z. B. des Scipio, wie Wagener, M. Porcii Catonis Originum...
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Bellum Catilinae

Patrick McGushin - 1977 - 336 pages
...cogitare. Similarly, in pro Planc. 66 Cicero reports on Cato's remark at the beginning of his Origines : clarorum virorum atque magnorum non minus otii quam negotii rationem extare oportere, words which indicate that Cato evidently viewed his history as a justification to the Roman people...
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Sallust's Bellum Catilinae

J. T. Ramsey - 2007 - 272 pages
...context to recall the opening words of the history written by Cato's great-grandfather (Orig. 4.2-3J clarorum virorum atque magnorum non minus otii quam negotii rationem extare oportere). senati: vid. 30. 3n.; just above we find the usual gen. senatus. sicuti ille censuerat: according to...
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