- Title Pages
- A Note on Translations
Chapter 2A Barzunesque View of Cicero: From Giant to Dwarf and Back *
Chapter 3Reading a Dead Man’s Mind: Hellenistic Philosophy, Rhetoric and Roman Law
Chapter 4Law’s Nature: Philosophy as a Legal Argument in Cicero’s Writings
Chapter 5Cicero and the Small World of Roman Jurists
Chapter 6‘Jurists in the Shadows’: The Everyday Business of the Jurists of Cicero’s Time
Chapter 7Cicero’s Reception in the Juristic Tradition of the Early Empire
Chapter 8Servius, Cicero and the Res Publica of Justinian
Chapter 9Cicero and the Italians: Expansion of Empire, Creation of Law
Chapter 10Jurors, Jurists and Advocates: Law in the Rhetorica ad Herennium and De Inventione
Chapter 11Multiple Charges, Unitary Punishment and Rhetorical Strategy in the Quaestiones of the Late Roman Republic
Chapter 12Early-career Prosecutors: Forensic Activity and Senatorial Careers in the Late Republic
- Cicero's Law
- Paul J. du Plessis
- Edinburgh University Press
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