Excerpt from Caii Sallustii Crispi Catilina Et Jugurtha: For Use in Schools
Pincian hill, which became eventually the property of the Emperors, and were a favourite resort of Augustus, Vespasian, N e’rva, and other sovereign rulers. The story that he married Terentia, whom Cicero had divorced, is devoid of probability. Sallust lived from henceforth in luxurious retirement, having attained wealth and ease, the main objects of his am bition. He died b.c. 34, three years before the battle of Actium.
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