Speeches Against Catilina

Marcus Tullius CICERO (106 - 43 BCE) and Ernest Alfred UPCOTT (1858 - 1935)

This volume contains the four speeches delivered by Cicero in 63 BC, when he was a consul, against the conspiracy headed by L. Sergius Catilina. Catilina was scheming to bring about a general uprising in the country if he could not rise to a position of power by election. This volume includes an English introduction and notes on the speeches by E.A. Upcott.
The e-text used to produce this audiobook also includes further helpful study material for Latin scholars, which has been omitted from this audio version. - Summary by Carolin

Genre(s): Antiquity

Language: Latin

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Introduction by Ernest Alfred Upcott Phil Schempf
00:19:28
Play 02 Note A Phil Schempf
00:03:02
Play 03 Note B - On the Legality of the Execution Phil Schempf
00:05:37
Play 04 Oration I. - Before the Senate Pamela Nagami
00:43:53
Play 05 Oration II. - Before the People Esther C
00:39:53
Play 06 Oration III. - Before the People Tony Oliva
00:53:03
Play 07 Oration IV. - Before the Senate Ann Boulais
00:39:00