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supplicatio
a time for special prayer in good or bad times
patronus
one who assumed the protection of other citizens
In Cat. II
a speech by Cicero, announcing the departure of Catiline
cliens
a person who depended on his patronus
Temple of Jupiter Stator
the place where Cicero delivered his first speech In Catilinam
augur
a Roman priest who looked for signs or omens in the sky
aedile
this official was in charge of public games/buildings
Julius Caesar
spoke against capital punishment without a trial
Manlius
he was in charge of some soldiers in Etruia
proconsul
the name was given to the governors or provinces
senatus consultum ultimum
a senate decree to give the consul extrodinary power for a limited time
Laeca's
the place wehre the conspirators met to plan Cicero's assassination
November 8, 63 B.C.
the date of the First Speech against Catiline
dictator
a person chosen by the senate to hold absolute power for six months
praetors
the name was given to senators who served as judges
Allobroges
a group that helped Cicero in getting a written document about the plot
toga
a garment that was worn only by Roman citizens
imperator
title of honor given to a victorious Roman general
Gaius Antonius
he was Cicero's co-consul in 63 b.c.; friend of Catiline
Mulvian Bridge
the place where the Allobroges were arrested
M. Porcius Cato
spoke in favor of execution
In Cat. III
the speech in which Cicero presents written evidence of the plot
Fulvia
the young woman who told Cicero about the plot
62 B.C.
the year Catiline was killed
legatus
a commander of a legion
extortion
another name for stealing
64 B.C.
the year Catiline ran for consul but lost
65 B.C.
the year Catiline tried to run for consul but was disqualified
Macedonia
the province Cicero gave away to Gaius Antonius
64 B.C.
the year Cicero ran for consul and won
novae tabellae
one of Catiline's crazy ideas: a cancellation of all debts
consul
the official that had the most power
tribune of the plebs
the only elected official with veto power
curia
the senate house
rostra
platorm for giving speeches in the Forum Romanum