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Márkù Túllíù Kísẹ́rò
Marcus Tullius Cicero

Márkù Túllíù Kísẹ́rò
Ìbí January 3, 106 BC
Arpinum, Italy
Aláìsí December 7, 43 BC (ọmọ ọdún 63)
Formia, Italy
Occupation Politician, lawyer, orator and philosopher
Nationality Ancient Roman
Subjects politics, law, philosophy, oratory
Literary movement Golden Age Latin
Notable work(s) Politics: In Verrem, Catiline Orations, Philippics
Philosophy: De Inventione


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Structures- Rostra, Curia Hostilia, Curia Julia, Lapis Niger
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Assemblies- Roman Senate, comitia curiata

Márkù Túllíù Kísẹ́rò (pípè /ˈkɪsɨroʊ/; Látìnì Ògbólógbòó: /ˈkikeroː/; January 3, 106 BC – December 7, 43 BC; Marcus Tullius Cicero; sometimes anglicized as "Tully"), was a Roman philosopher, statesman, lawyer, political theorist, and Roman constitutionalist.


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