After the death of Cicero, we find in Seneca the Elder the first references to his orations, which probably only at that time began to circulate after nearly a century of oblivion. In particular, in suas. 6,3 we can recognize a passage of a 16th speech, which is not found in the extant Philippics, but was probably still available in the age of Seneca's father.

Un nuovo frammento 'filippico' di Cicerone / PIACENTE L. - In: INVIGILATA LUCERNIS. - ISSN 0392-8357. - 28(2006), pp. 189-194.

Un nuovo frammento 'filippico' di Cicerone

PIACENTE, Luigi
2006

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After the death of Cicero, we find in Seneca the Elder the first references to his orations, which probably only at that time began to circulate after nearly a century of oblivion. In particular, in suas. 6,3 we can recognize a passage of a 16th speech, which is not found in the extant Philippics, but was probably still available in the age of Seneca's father.
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