MARCIA CATONIS AND THE FULMEN CLARUM

@article{Tansey2013MARCIACA,
  title={MARCIA CATONIS AND THE FULMEN CLARUM},
  author={Patrick A. Tansey},
  journal={The Classical Quarterly},
  year={2013},
  volume={63},
  pages={423 - 426}
}
Anyone familiar with the work of Friedrich Münzer knows that he possessed an unrivalled knowledge of the Roman aristocracy of the Republic. On the rare occasion when something escapes Münzer, it is apt to pass altogether unnoticed. The following is one such instance. 

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