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The front matter section of this book Money in the Late Roman Republic contains table of contents, preface and list of tables. Marcus Tullius Cicero provides a tantalizing glimpse at a forgotten sphere of Roman knowledge when, in the middle of the De ofciis, he notes in passing that it is better to discuss the earning and investment of money ( pecunia) with “those excellent men who sit at the central gate of Janus” than with any philosopher.

Keywords: Late Roman Republic; Marcus Tullius Cicero



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