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|Title:||[Q. Ciceronis] Commentariolum petitionis: A Commentary with a Discussion of Authenticity|
|Authors:||Smith, Garratt Oldham David|
|Abstract:||<p>In the Introduction it is shown that, although the Commentariolum purports to have been written in early 64 B.C. by Quintus Cicero, it is more llkely that the author was a writer of historical character writing (prosopopoiia) from the first century A.D..</p> <p>This is not a critical edition: the text used is departed from only in sections nine and twenty eight, and then not radically.</p> <p>The Commentary is intended to make reference to the Commenariolum as simple as possible: it tells the reader what the text probably means, if necessary, and if its evidence is supported or contradicted.</p> <p>The only radical departure from conventional interpretation is in part of chapter ten.</p>|
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