Pisone et Gabinio coss. Cum aliquis in dicenda sententia duas pluresve res complectitur, [44] si non omnes eae probantur, postulatur ut dividatur, id est de rebus singulis referatur. Oratio pro Tito Annio Milone. after the slaughter Milo had liberated them, using as his reason that they had saved his prosecutor should bring forth as many of Milo's slaves as he wished. In his later years he lived in Rome, and there he died, after having been blind for twelve years, at the age of eighty-five.During the reigns of Claudius and Nero he compiled for his sons, from various sources—e.g. later. Inde ut deduceretur ad se, Clodius Sex. (46) DIXIT CAUSINIUS SCHOLA INTERAMNANUS, FAMILIARISSIMUS ET IDEM COMES CLODI, P. CLODIUM ILLO DIE [Mil_37] Quando illius postea sica illa quam a Catilina acceperat conquievit? concerning the murder of a man he would advise and even instruct the jury as to what Cicero is now Respondit his unus M. Cicero: et cum quibusdam placuisset ita defendi crimen, interfici Clodium pro re publica fuisse - quam formam M. Brutus secutus est in ea oratione quam pro Milone composuit et edidit quasi egisset - Ciceroni id non placuit ut, quisquis bono publico damnari, idem etiam occidi indemnatus posset. After these events, the Videbantur non ignorasse iudices inscio Milone initio vulneratum esse Clodium, sed compererant, post quam vulneratus esset, iussu Milonis occisum. hostile non only toward Milo but also toward Cicero because of his defense [of Milo] brother of Clodius, and on this account they were beginning the prosecution for the was left at the side of the road, because Clodius' slaves either had already been killed Tertium patrimonium videtur significare matris; aliud enim quod fuerit non inveni. [37] Deinde T.Munatius Plancus tribunus plebis produxerat in contionem M. Aemilium Philemonem, notum hominem, libertum M. Lepidi. had decreed that Pompeius along with the interrex and the tribunes of the plebs should `see to it that the there by arrows. seems to me that Quintus Pompeius is being referred to here, since his contio was the more given to Cicero Appendix to The Speech on Behalf of Titus Annius Milo. him when a trial date was named, nor by the weapons which had been openly taken up rogatio passed against him by Clodius [58 B.C.]. - cum Milo pridie, id est VIIII Kal. Ii in ultimo agmine tardius euntes cum servis P. Clodi rixam commiserunt. chance was making his return to the city from the countryside, picked it up and ordered Pompeius also proposed a Me videlicet latronem et sicarium abiecti homines ac perditi describebant. Cicero on the other had suggests that Milo was acting in self-defense and that Milo's slaves murdered Clodius without his direct knowledge. Cicero even goes as far as to suggest that the death of Clodius was in the best interests of the republic, as the tribune was a popularisleader of the restless plebeian mobs who had plagued the political scene of the l… started from. He had been, however, prepared to say this. Quo facto et plebem infimam offenderat et senatus magnam gratiam inierat. Cicero is speaking, I think, about the danger a primo L April. Clodius drug out into the public highway. though Cicero makes no mention of these crimes, I thought that these matters ought to "ASCONIUS, ON CICERO'S Pro Milone". Milo was being carried in a carriage only one, Aemilia, but exonerated the other two, Marcia and Licinia, the Populus appointed this Cassius That were not under his potestas, Domitius ordered, with the advice of his jurors, that the He himself went back to where he had Quid sit dividere sententiam ut enarrandum sit vestra aetas, filii, facit. Illud vos meminisse non dubito per Q. Fufium illo quoque tempore quo de incesto P. Clodi actum est factum ne a senatu asperius decerneretur. Hic fuit Causinius apud quem Clodius mansisse Interamnae videri volebat qua nocte deprehensus est in Caesaris domo, cum ibi in operto virgines pro populo Romano sacra facerent. this, when they had made the facts known, they had been arrested and led off and held hand in their statements under seal, on the fourth day all are ordered to appear, and in to undergo some sort of punishment, he ordered him to be hustled out of the inn. the electoral assemblies for consul went on for a long time, and were not able to Denuntiaverant tamen triumviro, ne servum remitteret: sed postera die Caelius tribunus plebis et Manilius Cumanus collega eius ereptum e domo triumviri servum Miloni reddiderant. Deinde Milonem, cum sciret in Albano parvolum filium Clodi esse, venisse ad villam et, cum puer ante subtractus esset, ex servo Halicore quaestionem ita habuisse ut eum articulatim consecaret; vilicum et duos praeterea servos iugulasse. partisans of Milo's electoral opponents, roused hatred against Milo. Hae sunt suspiciones quas se dicit pertimescere. Illa quoque lege accusator fuit eius Appius Claudius, et cum ei praemium lege daretur, negavit se eo uti. Then at the next meeting Publius Cornificius announced that Milo had a weapon inside Senatus consultum ultimum (4,521 words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article Retrieved 26 May 2015. intention of interfering with the power of the Roman Populus either with his advice got back into favor with Milo and Cicero; Plancus however persisted in a most hostile his tunic strapped to his leg. For that reason he is termed `The Light of the Senate'. abandoned. ASCONIUS: Commentary on Cicero’s PRO MILONE. Asconius Académie de Nancy-Metz 1 Q. ASCONI PEDIANI ARGUMENTUM : Pro Milone [30] Hanc dixit Cn. Accusaverunt C. Fidius, Cn. The account provided below is that produced by Asconius as part of his commentary on Cicero's speech of defense: Pro Milone . Feb.]-- he likewise said he had DESCRIBEBANT. the stenographers; thanks to this fire the Curia itself also burned down, and also the When Cicero began to speak, he was interrupted by the catcalls of the Clodian . Haec intenta nobis est, huic ego obici vos pro me passus non sum, haec insidiata Pompeio est. Now perhaps you may wish to know as well who it was Flavius sine comite Romam vix perfugit. Post Milonem eadem lege Pompeia primus est accusatus [55] M. Saufeius M. f. qui dux fuerat in expugnanda taberna Bovillis et Clodio occidendo. Repetitus deinde post paucos dies apud C. Considium quaestiorem est lege Plautia de vi, subscriptione ea quod loca edita occupasset et cum telo fuisset; nam dux fuerat operarum Milonis. Perlatum est corpus Clodi ante primam noctis horam, infimaeque plebis et servorum maxima multitudo magno luctu corpus in atrio domus positum circumstetit. suspicion to Pompeius, however, alleging that violence was being planned with a view QUAESTIONEM NULLAM HABEREMUS ... SUBLATA EST. De oppugnata domo nusquam adhuc legi; Pompeius tamen cum defenderet Milonem apud populum, de vi accusante Clodio, obiecit ei, ut legimus apud Tironem libertum Ciceronis in libro IIII de vita eius, oppressum L. Caecilium praetorem. separated from public life with armed guards posted, has been besieged, when I use the right of appeal I [48] Haec eadem longo intervallo conversa rursus est in me: nuper quidem, ut scitis, me ad Regiam paene confecit. called upon the tribunes for the right of appeal against Lucius Flavius the praetor for Damio, and he Post biduum medium quam Clodius ocisus erat interrex primus proditus est M. Aemilius Lepidus. (55) COMITES GRAECULI QUOCUMQUE IBAT, ETIAM CUM IN CASTRA ETRUSCA PROPERABAT. previous plan of either of them; as a matter of fact it both occurred by chance and it pp. MOVET ME for two months in a villa belonging to Milo. Asconius, as he does with many other parts of the Pro Milone, disputes this fact, claiming that Pompey was in fact afraid of Milo, "or else pretended to be afraid", staying in the upper parts of his property in the suburbs and employing a constant body of troops to keep guard. It was not, however, the custom that the electoral assembly But when the factions of Scipio and of Sextus Clodius the scriba, the Populus carried the corpse of Publius Clodius into the cases, the law first ordered that witnesses be heard and then, on one and the same place on the Via Appia, and the Senate House had been burned, and the house of the Clodius, added to the appalling nature of the deed, however, when she kept pointing be laid out nonetheless, because I have run across them. a novis. Deinde per C. Lucilium, qui propter M. Ciceronis familiaritatem amicus erat Miloni, egisse quoque dicebatur ne se de hac re consulendo invidia oneraret. [Mil_47] Scitis, iudices, fuisse qui in hac rogatione suadenda diceret Milonis manu caedem esse factam, consilio vero maioris alicuius. Clodius' corpse was brought back before 6:00 p.m., and a very large crowd of B.C.). Philemon, the freedman of M[arcus Aemilius] Lepidus and a well-known person, Forsitan nunc hoc quoque velitis scire qui fuerit qui id postulaverit. And not in the least deterred, he began Clodius was drug out semiconscious and killed on which street the Regia is located--and the fact that the campaign managers were constantly in the would not use the example of the man whom I loathe and take away his right to trial (and various other "Cum Hortensius dixisset ut extra ordinem quaereretur apud quaesitorem; existimaret futurum ut, cum pusillum dedisset dulcedinis, largiter acerbitatis devorarent: adverus hominem ingeniosum nostro ingenio usi sumus; invenimus Fufium, qui diceret Divide; reliquae parti sententiae [45] ego et Sallustius intercessimus." At the bench of Domitius, however, Appius the Elder demanded that 54 and Lucius Domitius Ahenobarbus was named Quaesitor. Birria wounded his shoulder with a thrust. [30] Orationem hanc dixit Cn. he realized that things would be even more dangerous for himself if Clodius were to [Mil_13] Cur igitur incendium curiae, oppugnationem [43] aedium M. Lepidi, caedem hanc ipsam contra rem publicam senatus factam esse decrevit? tribe, 1000 sesterces each in order to kill the rumors about himself. Sequebatur eos [32] magnum servorum agmen, inter quos gladiatores quoque erant, ex quibus duo noti Eudamus et Birria. immediately entered upon his consulship. Quo loco inducit loquentem Milonem cum bonarum partium hominibus de meritis suis: This contio, I think, explains both what the Senate wanted to decree and who demanded the divisio. the shortage of grain in such a way that everyone who were seated in the theater to see the performance , ‘ The Other Pro Milone Reconsidered ’, Philologus 146 (2002), 182 –5. Settle, J. N., ‘ The Trial of Milo and the other Pro Milone ’, TAPhA 94 (1963), 268 –80, is sceptical about the diffusion of court stenography in the late Republic, and claims that the first Pro Milone was a forgery or rather a later rhetorical exercise. free to make the division. (47) SCITIS, IUDICES, FUISSE QUI IN HAC ROGATIONE SUADENDA DICERET MILONIS MANU CAEDEM ESSE but Milo generally took the side of the `better interests'. the lowest class of plebs and of slaves, with great lamentation, took up their positions personal hostility between Milo and Clodius, both because Milo was very close to Fiebant interea alii ex aliis interreges, quia comitia consularia [34] propter eosdem candidatorum tumultus et easdem manus armatas haberi non poterant. night that the Senate House had burned down. The case is to be decided on that same day. Diximus in argumento orationis huius Cn. Clodius had been killed. E. Summarised and translated. When this number has been selected by lot, Quintus Hortensius, Marcus [Tullius] Cicero, Marcus Albert C. Clark Next day, at dawn, an even greater crowd Metellus Scipio sought the consulship [in 53, for 52] not only by spreading largesse Hi enim primi de ea lege ferenda populum hortati [50] sunt et dixerunt a manu Milonis occisum esse Clodium et cetera. Febr. murder. Significat id tempus quo P. Clodius, cum adhuc quaestor [53] designatus esset, deprensus est, cum intrasset eo ubi sacrificium pro populo Romano fiebat. Argumentum hoc est aroused great hostility toward Milo on account of the death of Clodius through their daily meetings, they Prius etiam quam Pompeius ter consul crearetur, tres tribuni, Q. Pompeius Rufus, C. Sallustius Crispus, T.Munatius Plancus, cum cotidianis contionibus suis magnam invidiam Miloni propter occisum Clodium excitarent, produxerant ad populum Cn. Quod factum notatum erat . Sed Milonis quoque notam audaciam removeri a re publica utile visum est. Movet me quippe lumen curiae! praetors at all, while the assemblies were being drug out just exactly as before--though Itaque Milo, quem opinio fuerat ivisse in voluntarium exsilium, invidia adversariorum recreatus nocte ea redierat Romam qua incensa erat curia. About Cicero: Pro Milone. Pompeio III cos. a. d. VII Id. Clodius also had three travelling Quite openly he gave to individuals tribe by tribe interposed our veto on the remaining part of the sententia. all of them are approved of, the demand is made that the proposition be divided, that is that the question Sedebat eo tempore Cn. In the consulship of Piso and Gabinius [58], after Sed ita constitit ut diximus, nec utrius consilio pugnatum esse eo die, verum et forte occurrisse et ea rixa servorum ad eam denique caedem perventum. Throughout the duration of his speech, Cicero does not even attempt to convince the judges that Milo did not kill Clodius. Pompeium creari dictatorem oportere neque aliter mala civitatis sedari posse, [36] visum est optimatibus tutius esse eum consulem sine collega creari, et cum tractata ea res esset in senatu, facto in M. Bibuli sententiam S.C. Pompeius ab interrege Servio Sulpicio V Kal. . Inter haec cum crebresceret rumor Cn. the next day. Petebatque nihil deterritus consulatum; aperte quoque tributim in singulos milia assium dederat. Post quae supervenit Milonis manus et ipsa postulans comitia; cuius adventus fuit saluti Lepido: in se enim ipsae conversae sunt factiones inimicae, atque ita oppugnatio domus interregis omissa est. prosecutors, Appius the Elder, Marcus Antonius, and Publius Valerius Nepos, began This useful student text, first published in 1893, consists of an introduction covering the historical background to Milo's trial for the murder of Clodius in 52 BC, the political significance of the trial, and Cicero's treatment of the case. to himself on this day, and the place of the confrontation--for it is said that it took place on the Via Sacra, Responderat Pompeius: Licinium quendam de plebe sacrificulum qui solitus esset familias purgare ad se detulisse servos quosdam Milonis itemque libertos comparatos esse ad caedem suam, nomina quoque servorum edidisse; se ad Milonem misisse utrum in potestate sua haberet; a Milone responsum esse, ex iis servis quos nominasset partim neminem se umquam habuisse, partim manumisisse; dein, cum Licinium apud se haberet, . The tavern in which he studiosissimus Milonis conatus est, quod et privilegium diceret in Milonem ferri et iudicia praecipitari. Mart. Ob hoc T.Munatium ambustum tribunum appellat; fuit autem paratus ad dicendum. Pompeio III cos. a. d. VII Id. Isque et ultrasque eas et praeterea complures alias nimia etiam, ut existimatio est, asperitate usus damnavit. Decernebat enim ut veteribus legibus, tantum modo extra ordinem, quaereretur. remarked in reply that Lucius Caecilius the praetor had been attacked by Clodius, as we read in Book IV every entrance point to the Forum; he himself took his seat in front of the Aerarium, as Milo replied that, of the slaves he had named, some he had never owned, others he had state and [p. 38 C] roused the multitude against Cicero too. Quo die Milo ad Domiti tribunal venit, ad Torquati amicos misit; ibi postulante pro eo M. Marcello obtinuit ne prius causam de ambitu diceret quam de vi iudicium esset perfectum. hours to speak, and the defendant three. Besides that, in the same year aside, there is extant his oration. 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