Everything about this book makes it immediately and brilliantly valuable and exciting for the student of Latin and Cicero, and teachers of A Level Latin have much reason to thank Professor Gildenhard.
"A Review: Cicero, Against Verres, 2.1.53–86". The Classics Library, 2012.
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The original Google Earth file used to generate the map.
Additional Open Access edition of the Latin Text of Cicero, in Verrem 2.1. This is a plain text version, without an indication of the edition used.
Additional Open Access edition of the Latin Text of Cicero, in Verrem 2.1.This is W. Peterson’s 1917 Oxford Classical Text version, hyperlinked to Lewis & Short Latin Dictionary.
Latin text and study questions
List of abbreviations
List of rhetorical terms
Appendix: issues for further discussion