Cicero de Imperio- Chapter 35

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inde *** se in Italiam recepisset, duabus Hispaniis et Gallia Transalpina praesidiis ac navibus confirmata,
then when he returned to Italy, when the two Spains and Cisalpine Gaul had been strengthened with garrisons and ships,
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missis item in oram Illyrici maris et in Achiam omnemque Graeciam navibus Italiae duo maria maximis classibus firmissimisque praesidiis adornavit,
when ships had been sent likewise into the Illyrian coastline and into Achaia and all of Greece, when he had also adorned the two seas of Italy with very large fleets and very strong garrisons,
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ipse autem, ut Brundisio profectus est, undequinquagesimo die totam ad imperium populi Romani Ciciliam adiunxit:
he himself however, on the fourty-ninth day from when he set out from Brundisium, added alll Cicilia to the power of the Roman people:
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omnes, qui ubique praedones fuerunt, partim capti interfectique sunt, partim unius huius se imperio ac potestati dediderunt.
all the men who were pirates anywhere, were either captured and killed or surrendered themselves into the power and authority of this one
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idem Cretensibus, *** ad eum usque in Pamphyliam legatos deprecatoresque misissent, spem deditionis non ademit obsidesque imperavit.
also, he did not remove hope of surrender from the Cretans, when they had sent ambassadors and advocates to him even into Pamphylia, and he demanded hostages [from them].
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ita tantum bellum, tam diuturnum, tam longe lateque dispersum, quo bello omnes gentes ac nationes premebantur, Cn. Pompeius extrema hieme apparavit, ineunte vere suscepit, media aestate confecit.
in this way Gnaeus Pompeius at the end of winter prepared, at the beginning of spring undertook, and in the middle of summer terminated such a great war, so long-lasting, so scattered far and wide, a war by which all peoples and nations were being
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when ships had been sent likewise into the Illyrian coastline and into Achaia and all of Greece, when he had also adorned the two seas of Italy with very large fleets and very strong garrisons,

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missis item in oram Illyrici maris et in Achiam omnemque Graeciam navibus Italiae duo maria maximis classibus firmissimisque praesidiis adornavit,

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he himself however, on the fourty-ninth day from when he set out from Brundisium, added alll Cicilia to the power of the Roman people:

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all the men who were pirates anywhere, were either captured and killed or surrendered themselves into the power and authority of this one

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also, he did not remove hope of surrender from the Cretans, when they had sent ambassadors and advocates to him even into Pamphylia, and he demanded hostages [from them].

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