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(Q. Roscius) - a Roman actor, 1st century B.C.
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is found in the cradle of Roscius, the future actor, while he
The actor Q.Roscius accepts compensation from Q.Flavius for a murdere
Cic:QRosc_, Cicero's speech in defence of Q.Roscius Comoedus.
The actor Q.Roscius achieves great fame during his long career.
sed with him, and that a Roscius is performing his part
perform from ill health. ' Roscius,' they say, 'would not act
importance; for I often hear Roscius say, that 'he could never
private citizen, but even for Roscius himself, whom I often hear
the gesture and grace of Roscius are necessary in the orator's
from one sort of artist) Roscius, whom we mentioned before, is
every one of us a Roscius in our profession; and you
act upon the stage while Roscius is a spectator of their
** Of this species is Roscius's imitation of an old man;
become more prominent.  Roscius never delivers this passage
judgment in not applauding even Roscius himself to any great degree
of our ancestors the actor Roscius is said to have earned
[7.7] Let not Roscius be left out, a notable
therefore it is certain, that Roscius and Aesopus, two of the
(Sex. Roscius) - the father of Sex. Roscius Amerinus
Sex.Roscius (senior) is murdered.
(Sex. Roscius) - accused of parricide and defended by Cicero, 80 B.C.
ots to seize the property of Sex.Roscius, and persuades the decurions
Cicero successfully defends Sex.Roscius on a charge of parricide.
defence of Sex. Roscius, which was the first cause I
in Ar.] After defending Roscius against Chrysogonus, Cice
- in documents
in Spain. Marcus Roscius and Publius Roscius, son
son of Numerius Decimus Roscius, freedman of Quintus,
(46) etor] urbanus and Lucius Roscius [. . . was prae
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