Cicero as Evidence: A Historian's Companion

Oxford University Press (2010)

Abstract
Cicero's writings contain a first-hand view of the age of Caesar and Pompey; however, readers need to learn how to interpret and assess the accuracy of what he says. This book is a guide to reading Cicero as historian, and leads readers through his writings, showing how they can be exploited and enjoyed.
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