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Attributed to Quintus Cicero. "Though certainty is not possible, a strong case has been made out for believing that neither Quintus [Cicero] nor, indeed, a contemporary wrote the Commentariolum petitionis" (Oxford Classical Dictionary).
London : printed for J. Roberts, 1714. viii,40p. ; 8
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