Atticus, Titus P. (11033 B.C.)

Atticus, Titus P., a wealthy Roman and a great friend of Cicero's, devoted to study and the society of friends, took no part in politics, died of voluntary starvation rather than endure the torture of a painful and incurable disease (11033 B.C.).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Atticism * At`tila
At`ropos
At`talus
Atterbury, Francis
Attic Bee
Attic faith
Attic Muse
Attic salt
Attic style
At`tica
Atticism
Atticus, Titus P.
At`tila
At`tock
Attorney-General
Attwood, George
Attwood, Thomas
A`tys
Aube
Au`ber
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