NEPOS - His letter apparently from CORNELIA - REPUBLICAN ROME (EG. before AD)

CORNELIA: Who is the letter to and why?
The letter is to CORNELIA'S son GAIUS GRACCHUS to warn him not to SEEK THE TRIBUNEATE
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CORNELIA: What had happened to her other son?
TIBERIUS GRACCHUS had been assassinated
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CORNELIA: Did CORNELIA'S message manage to convince GAIUS?
No - he will killed in a RIOT in 121 BC
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CORNELIA: How does she show her love for her sons?
She claims she would take a "SOLUMN OATH" that no one apart from "THOSE WHO KILLED TIBERIUS" has given her "SO MUCH PAIN" as GAIUS in deciding to go see the TRIBUNATE
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CORNELIA: What does she say CHILDREN should do for their MOTHERS?
That they should 1) "MAKE SURE THAT I SHOULD HAVE AS LITTLE TO WORRY AS POSSIBLE IN MY OLD AGE" 2) wish that whatever plans they have they are "AGREEABLE TO ME" 3) "COUNT IT A SIN" to take any step "AGAINST MY WISHES"
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CORNELIA: What does she say about after she had DIED?
That he can "DO WHAT YOU LIKE SO FAR AS I AM CONCERNED, WHEN I AM NOT THERE TO KNOW IT"
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CORNELIA: What had happened to her other son?

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TIBERIUS GRACCHUS had been assassinated

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CORNELIA: Did CORNELIA'S message manage to convince GAIUS?

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CORNELIA: How does she show her love for her sons?

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Card 5

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CORNELIA: What does she say CHILDREN should do for their MOTHERS?

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