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The Verrine orations
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Gentlemen, all of you are, I perceive, convinced 1 that Gaius Verres has plundered Sicily of all its treasures, sacred and secular, privately and publicly owned, in the most open fashion: that he has practised every description of theft and robbery, not only without the least scruple, but without the least concealment.
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by Marcus Tullius Cicero In this video Marcus Tullius Cicero lays out his case against Gaius Verres, Governer or Sicily whose corrupt behavior would prefigure the Julio-Claudian Emperors.
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