Origins   - in ancient sources @

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  Origins   - the title of a book by M.Cato
Wikipedia entry
Cic:Brut_66   Not to omit his Origins, who will deny that these also
Cic:Brut_75   Cato informs us in his Origins, used to be sung by every
Cic:Brut_89   inserted in his Book of Origins, a few days, or at most
Cic:Brut_294   when you represented his Origins as replete with all the
Cic:DeOr_1.227   which he published in his Origines, ** [228] Rutilius, I say,
Cic:Tusc_1.3   though we find in Cato's Origines that the guests used, at
Cic:Tusc_4.3   highest authority, says in his Origins, that it was customary with
Nepos:Cat_3   called the entire work the Origins Then in the fourth book

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