Classical Quarterly 47 (01):309- (1997)

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Around 16 August of 45 B.C. Cicero wrote a brief letter to Atticus in which he reminds Atticus to send the books of the Epicurean scholarch Phaedrus that he had requested. The Greek words in the text of his request have been corrupted through the centuries
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