PORCIUS Latro (M.)


PORCIUS Latro (M.)
M. PORCIUS Latro
Orator celebris, Senecae familiaris, magni nominis. An Cordubensis patriâ? Febre quartanâ molestâ et diuturnâ correptus, sibi ipsi necem intulit, A. 750. Urb. Cond. Ipsi quidem Declamatio contra Catinlinam tribuitur, sed tantô Virô digna non est. Senec. in praef. Contr. et l. 1. Voss. de Rhet. nat. c. 15. etc.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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