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Itaque nōn sum praedicātūrus, quantās ille rēs domī mīlitiae, terrā marīque, quantāque fēlīcitāte gesserit; ut eius semper voluntātibus nōn modo cīvēs adsēnserint, sociī obtemperārint, hostēs oboedierint, sed etiam ventī tempestātēsque obsecundārint: hoc brevissimē dīcam, nēminem umquam tam impudentem fuisse, quī ab dīs immortālibus tot et tantās rēs tacitus audēret optāre, quot et quantās dī immortālēs ad Cn. Pompēium dētulērunt. Quod ut illī proprium ac perpetuum sit, Quirītēs, cum commūnis salūtis atque imperī, tum ipsīus hominis causā, sīcutī facitis, velle et optāre dēbētis.

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Ingo Gildenhard, Louise Hodgson, et al. Cicero, On Pompey’s Command (De Imperio), 27-49. Dickinson College Commentaries (2015). http://dcc.dickinson.edu/cicero-de-imperio/48