In "Cicero and Rome", David Taylor takes Cicero as the focal point for
examination of the last years of the Roman Republic. He traces the
often dramatic and violent events from the harsh dictatorship of Sulla
(82 BC) to Cicero's own death in the massacres of Mark Antony and the
Second Triumvirate (43 BC). Evidence is taken largely from the speeches
and the orator's surviving letters - especially those to his close
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David Taylor is Director of Inspection at Ofsted.
He is the author of "Cicero and Rome" (1996), and "The Greek and Roman
Stage" (1999), also in this series.
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