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Brev. VI.15.2

A Cicerone urbe expulsus est.

Socii eius deprehensi in carcere strangulati sunt.

    Ab Antonio, altero consule,

Catilina ipse victus proelio est et interfectus.





  • A Cicerone: After delivering a series of speeches, now famously known as the Catiline Orations, Cicero still struggled to fullly convict the conspirators. He finally got necessary evidence of Catiline's conspiracy from the envoys of the Allobroges, a Gallic tribe. The five conspirators received the death penalty.
  • interfectus: est is understood with interfectus as well as with victus

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