El trasfondo jurídico y retórico de la “Pro Caelio” de Cicerón

Auteur: Nótári, Tamás
Titre: El trasfondo jurídico y retórico de la “Pro Caelio” de Cicerón
Revue/Collection: Revista de Estudios Histórico-Jurídicos, [Sección Derecho Romano], XXXV (Valparaíso, Chile)
Annèe edition: 2013
Pages: 193 - 212
Mots-clès: Droit - Diritto - Law, Rhétorique - Retorica - Rhetorics
Description: Cicero’s Pro Caelio Oratio, delivered  in 56 b. C., represents an important step in Cicero’s fight against Clodio (and his group). The first stage of the hostile relationship dates back to 73, when Clodio accused the half-sister of Terentia, Cicero’s wife, of incestum. In 61, he sought revenge and testified against Clodio at the Bona Dea trial. Clodio answered back in 58 and requested Cicero’s expulsion and destroyed Cicero’s house in the Palatine. In 56, as a result of a peculiar coincidence of political and private relationships, Cicero had the chance to severely hit Clodia, Clodio’s elder sister, with is Pro Caelio, by means of humorous invective at her expense at the trial, using a parody with the Roman theater, specially, the comedy. [Author]
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Sigle auteur: Nótári 2013