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“That they were crouded together appears from the height of their houses, which the poet Rutilius compared to towers made for scaling heaven.”
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“Rutilius because he was a man in nothing like himself; or perhaps it might be to gratify Pompey, whose father is described by”
“And as Rutilius relates, (in all other respects a fair and faithful authority, but, indeed, privately an enemy to Marius,) he obtained his sixth consulship by distributing vast sums of money among the tribes, and by this bribery kept out Metellus, and had Valerius Flaccus given him as his instrument, rather than his colleague, in the consulship.”
“Rutilius, in which he attempted to exasperate him to the laughter of all the Romans in Asia; though most men justly conjecture this to be a malicious invention of Theophanes, who probably hated”
“Romans, who had left two legions of soldiers to guard the Capuans from the Samnites (as we said elsewhere); the Heads of those legions conspired together to oppress the Capuans: when this was learned at Rome, they commissioned Rutilius, the new Consul, that this be prevented; who, to lull the conspirators to sleep, had published that the Senate had reaffirmed the quartering of the legions in Capua.”
““Saturninus just happened to have one,” replied Rutilius.”
“Rutilius left the personal question unanswered, implying he was innocent.”
“THE NIGHT BEFORE the Games, Rutilius and I took a quiet walk out to the amphitheater.”
“After a look, I consulted Rutilius, then we set out to climb the rows of seats.”
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