The Life and confession of Cato

a slave of Elijah Mount, of Charleston in the county of Montgomery, who was executed at Johnstown, on the 22d day of April 1803, for the murder of Mary Akins.
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Printed by Abraham Romeyn , Johnstown [N.Y.]
Cato (Slave), Akins, Mary., Murder., Slavery -- Biogr
SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 4523.
The Physical Object
Pagination12 p.
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Open LibraryOL15996507M

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; Containing many. Marcus cato, we are told, was born at Tusculum, though (till he betook himself to civil and military affairs) he lived and was bred up in the country of the Sabines, where his father's estate lay. His ancestors seeming almost entirely unknown, he himself praises his father Marcus, as a worthy man and a brave soldier, and Cato, his great-grandfather, too, as one who had often obtained military.

This book series focuses on the history of ancient Rome, from around AD 42, but specifically on the experiences and adventures of two The Life and confession of Cato book characters of the book, Quintus Licinius Cato and Lucius Cornelius Macro, in their military and political world.

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Hero Takes a Fall The other was a life of Cato by Thrasea Paetus, the Stoic senator condemned by Nero; this work, in turn, was based on the memoirs of Munatius Rufus, Cato’s Stoic companion. The two most important sources for Plutarch’s biography, then, appear to have been written by men who knew Cato intimately: a political ally and a close personal friend.

Cato’s most famous victim was one of my heroes, and one of the main characters in my book, the great Scipio Africanus. Cato envied and hated him.

Cato envied and hated him. So he filed charge after charge, looking through every receipt in the great Scipio’s accounts, until Scipio was simply fed up and went into exile.

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For as the body of. Marcus Porcius Cato (/ ˈ k eɪ t oʊ /, Latin: ; – BC), also known as Cato the Censor (Latin: Cato Censorius), the Elder and the Wise, was a Roman soldier, senator and historian known for his conservatism and opposition to Hellenization.

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The family of Cato derived its first lustre from his great-grandfather Cato, whose virtue gained him such great reputation and authority among the Romans, as we have written in his life. This Cato was, by the loss of both his parents, left an orphan, together with his brother Caepio, and his sister Porcia.

He had also a half-sister, Servilia, by the mother's side.

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Dr. Fred Drogula authored a new book, Cato the Younger: Life and Death at the End of the Roman Republic, published by Oxford University Press. Drogula is the Charles J. Ping Professor of Humanities and Professor of Classics at Ohio University. The most complete biography of Cato the Younger in English, the book examines the politics and politicking inside the city, providing a fresh.

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Life. Marcus Porcius Cato, born in BCE, was a prominent Roman politician during the Punic Wars, and is often referred to as Censorinus (the Censor) or Maior (the elder), a later convention which distinguishes him from his grandson Marcus Porcius Cato Uticensis (named so because he died in Utica).

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In reality, the. Cato the Younger ( BCE in Latin, Cato Uticensis and also known as Marcus Porcius Cato) was a pivotal figure in Rome during the first century B.C. A defender of the Roman Republic, he forcefully opposed Julius Caesar and was known as the highly moral, incorruptible, inflexible supporter of.

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