Letters to Atticus/3.3

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Letters to Atticus by Marcus Tullius Cicero
3.3 (LV)
Translated by Evelyn Shuckburgh

To Atticus at Rome[edit]

Vibo, April 58 BC[edit]

I hope I may see the day when I shall thank you for having compelled me to remain alive! At present I thoroughly repent it. But I beg you to come and see me at Vibo at once, to which town I have for several reasons directed my journey.[1] But if you will only come there, I shall be able to consult you about my entire journey and exile. If you don't do so, I shall be surprised, but I feel sure you will.

Footnotes[edit]

  1. Mod. Monte Leone, on the road to Rhegium, from which at this time Cicero meant to cross to Sicily, and thence to Malta.