← Marcus Tullius Cicero | Speeches |
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- For Publius Quinctius (81 BC)
- For Sextus Roscius of Ameria (80 BC)
- Defense of Roscius, trans. by Charles Duke Yonge (1891)
- For Quintus Roscius the actor (76 BC)
- Against Verres (7 speeches, 70 BC)
- For Marcus Tullius (fragments, 69 BC)
- For Marcus Fonteius (fragments, 69 BC)
- For Aulus Caecina (69 BC)
- For Aulus Cluentius Habitus (66 BC)
- The speech for Cluentius, trans. byy W. Peterson (1882)
- To the citizens on Gnaeus Pompeius's command (66 BC)
- For Quintus Gallius (64 BC)
- On the agrarian law (against Rullus) (63 BC) (Perseus)
- To the citizens for Gaius Rabirius on a charge of treason (63 BC) (Perseus)
- Speeches against Lucius Catilina (63 BC) (Perseus)
- In Catilinam, trans. by Christopher Wase (1671)
- Cicero's four orations against Catiline, trans. by Samuel Parker (
- For Lucius Murena (63 BC) (Perseus)
- Pro Murena, trans. by Christopher Cookson (1923)
- For Publius Sulla (62 BC) (Perseus)
- For Aulus Licinius Archia the poet (62 BC) (Perseus)
- For Lucius Valerius Flaccus (59 BC) (Perseus)
- To the Senate after his return (57 BC) (Perseus)
- To the citizens after his return (57 BC) (Perseus)
- For his house (57 BC) (Perseus)
- On the responses of the Haruspices (56 BC) (Perseus)
- For Sestius (56 BC) (Perseus)
- Examination of the witness Publius Vatinius (56 BC) (Perseus)
- For Marcus Caelius (56 BC) (Perseus)
- On the consular provinces (56 BC) (Perseus)
- For Cornelius Balbus (56 BC) (Perseus)
- Against Lucius Calpurnius Piso (55 BC) (Perseus)
- For Gnaeus Plancius (54 BC) (Perseus)
- For Aemilius Scaurus (54 BC) (Perseus)
- For Gaius Rabirius Postumus (54 BC) (Perseus)
- For Milo (52 BC) (Perseus)
- For Marcellus (46 BC) (Perseus)
- Pro Marcello, trans. by Anonymous (1689)
- For Ligarius (46 BC) (Perseus)
- For King Deiotarus (45 BC) (Perseus)
- Philippics against Mark Antony (44/43 BC) (Perseus)
- The fourteen Phillipic orations, trans. by John R. King (1878)
- Cicero's Second philippic, trans. by Karl Halm (1861)
CompilationsEdit
- The Speeches, trans. by N. H. Watts (1923)