Cicero de Imperio- Chapter 44

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an vero ullam usquam esse oram tam desertam putatis, quo illius diei fama pervaserit, *** universus populus Romanus referto foro completisque omnibus templis,
do you think that there is any shore so deserted that the fame of that day has not recahed it, when the whole Roman people, since the forum was crowded and all the temples,
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ex quibus hic locus conspici potest, unum sibi ad commune omnium gentium bellum Cn. Pompeium imperatorem depoposcit?
from which this place can be seen, were completely filled, demanded one man for themselves, Gnaeus Pompeius as their general for the war shared by all peoples?
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itaque, ut plura non dicam neque aliorum exemplis confirmem, quantum auctoritas valeat in bello, ab eodem Cn Pompeio omnium rerum egregiarum exempla sumantur:
therefore, so that i do not say more nor confirm it by examples of others the extent to which authority prevails in war, examples of all outstanding deeds are to be taken from the smae Gnaus Pompeius:
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qui quo die a vobis maritimo bello praepositus est imperator, tanta repente vilitas annonae ex summa inopia et caritate rei frumentariae consecuta est unius hominis spe ac nomine,
on that day on which he was appointed by you as general for the maritime war, suddenly, despite the greatest scarcity of corn and the highest price, such a cheapness of provisions followed, because the hope and name of one man,
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quantum vix in summa ubertate agrorum diuturna pax efficere potuisset.
as long-lasting peace could scarcely have brought about in the greatest fruitfulness of the fields.
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ex quibus hic locus conspici potest, unum sibi ad commune omnium gentium bellum Cn. Pompeium imperatorem depoposcit?

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from which this place can be seen, were completely filled, demanded one man for themselves, Gnaeus Pompeius as their general for the war shared by all peoples?

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itaque, ut plura non dicam neque aliorum exemplis confirmem, quantum auctoritas valeat in bello, ab eodem Cn Pompeio omnium rerum egregiarum exempla sumantur:

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qui quo die a vobis maritimo bello praepositus est imperator, tanta repente vilitas annonae ex summa inopia et caritate rei frumentariae consecuta est unius hominis spe ac nomine,

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quantum vix in summa ubertate agrorum diuturna pax efficere potuisset.

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