Latin Translation PLEASE?!?
Rome's Greatest Orator: Dum Caesar et Pompejus inter se de summo imperio contendunt, Romae vivebat clarissimus orator nomine Marcus Tullius Cicero. Ille erat vir humilis generis qui per se ad summos magistratus ascenderat. Romam a patre missus, studiis et juri toto se animo dedit. Ab optimis magistris doctus est inter quos erant Mucius Scaevola et Archias. Paucis post annis in insulam Rhodum navigavit ubi multa de arte rhetorica a Molone, Graeco magistro notissimo, didicit. Apud oratores clarissimos erat optimus. Postquam Romam revenit, orationes claras habere incepit. Sextum Roscium defendit et Sullam dictatorem offendit. Melius igitur erat Ciceronem Roma discedere.
- Anonymous8 years agoFavorite Answer
Here's a version done with a knowledge of Latin:
While Caesar and Pompey are competing between themselves for the highest authority, there lived Rome's most renowned orator by the name of Marcus Tullius Cicero. He was a man of humble origin who rose to the highest magisterial office. Sent to Rome by his father, he devoted himself single-mindedly to his studies and the law. He was taught by the best masters, among whom were Muscius Scaevola and Archias. After a few years he sailed into the island of Rhodes, where he learned many things about the art of rhetoric from the very well-known Greek master Molo(n). He was the best among the most renowned orators. After he returned to Rome, he began to conduct his renowned discourses. He defended Sextus Roscius and offended the dictator Sulla. It was therefore better for Cicero to leave Rome.
- 8 years ago
Rome's Greatest Speakers: While Caesar and Pompey each other for the supreme authority, they contend, was living in Rome, the most famous ambassador, called Anonymous. He was a man of low birth who of themselves ascended to the chief magistrates. He was sent to Rome by his father, in his mind, he gave himself to the study of the whole and right. Is taught by the best teachers, among whom they had Mutius Scaevola, and Archias. A few years later, sailed to the island of Rhodes, where there is much about the art of rhetoric from Molone, well known even to the master of the Greek, he learned. Among the speakers was the best, most famous. After he came back to Rome, prayers are considered important has begun. Sulla the dictator defended Sextus Roscius and he stumbles. Cicero was therefore better to leave Rome.
- 8 years ago
As long as the command of Caesar and Pompey to each other from the top, they contend, he lived in Rome, the most famous of the name of Marcus Tullius Cicero, the orator. He was a man of low birth who of themselves ascended to the chief magistrates.