100 Perceptual Puzzles by Pierre Berloquin, Denis Dugas, Martin Gardner

By Pierre Berloquin, Denis Dugas, Martin Gardner

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2 Brunt (1965) 106 is wrong to conclude from Balb. 49 that Crassus defended Matrinius; see Badian (Historia 1969) 491. ] by 96) (ORF 70 frags. ) defendant: L. Marcius Philippus (75) cos. 91, cens. 86 prosecutor: Q. Hortensius Hortalus (13) cos. I) juror: L. R. : Q. Lutatius Catulus (7) cos. 228-29; Quint. Inst. 220 (cf. Quint. Inst. 81), Münzer RE 14 (1930) 1563 claims that this was an extortion case. See also Gruen {Historia 1966) 49-50. 2 Since the defendant went on to hold the consulate, he was probably acquitted.

111 prosecutor: C. Memmius (5) pr. between 107 and 1021 quaesitores: M. ) Scaurus (215) cos. suff. , probably equestrian) jurors advocatus: M. Aemilius Scaurus (140) cos. 115, cens. 109 outcome: C? Cic. de Orat. 283; Brut. 128; Sal. Jug. 5 1 See case #49, n. 2. 2 For a reference, see case #52, n. 2. 55 date: 109 charge: quaestio extraordinaria (under lex Mamilia)1 (treason with Jugurtha) defendant: C. Porcius Cato (5) cos. 114 quaesitores: M. ) Scaurus (215) cos. suff. 28; Brut. 128 1 See case #45, n.

31, 99, when Flaccus was still aedile, but Appuleius was already tribune. 2 See Gruen (Historia 1966) 37 n. 31. 3 See Sumner, Orators 81. 4 If the defendant was the future consul of 86, then his advancement is evidence for acquittal. See Gruen (Historia 1966) 37 n. 28. 79 date: 99 or 98 1 charge: iudicium populi (acts as tribune) defendant: P. Furius (22) tr. pl. 100 or 99 prosecutors: C. Appuleius Decianus (21) tr. pl. 99 or 98 2 C. Canuleius (3) tr. pl. 99? 3 outcome: killed by mob before verdict was delivered 4 Cic.

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