A statesman, a philosopher, an orator- Marcus Tullius Cicero was many things. However, he is perhaps best remembered as a staunch proponent of the ideals of the Roman Republic and a fierce adversary of those who wished to overthrow the republic.
Many of you already know that Cicero was unsuccessful when it came to his mission to preserve the Roman Republic, however is influence in the fields of literature, linguistics, philosophy, and oratory continue to have a profound effect on our modern world.
To discover more about the giant from the classical Roman age, and to read some of his most timeless pieces yourself, choose your preferred format below.
The Cicero Collection
Edited by Nicole Saldarriaga
Foreword by Ben Potter