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Unformatted text preview: message. 4. Flaccus said, “What do you feel? The republic is dragged again into civil war. It is neither right nor you read they will be well. 5. Ganymedes said, “I don’t wish to worry you, we are here long in Rome. We will not be worried by civil war.” 6. Flaccus said, “I do not wish to tell nonsense, all Italy will be overturned, or rather the whole world. 7. My son studies in Athens. He will be dragged into war by Brutus.” 8. The friends ordered him to say better, saying, “Don’t despair, Flaccus. Without a doubt, peace will be saved. The leader will be influenced into harmony.” 9. Flaccus however did not believe them. He was always worried by these rumors, because of these and for the republic and for he was fearing for his son....
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