- De Officiis has been characterized as an attempt to define ideals of public behavior.
- 0339-0397 – Ambrosius – De Officiis Ministrorum Libri Tres On the
- of the clergy, and taking as a model the treatise of Cicero, De Officiis.
- Cicero's On Duties
- (Latin title: De Officiis). “When Cicero's son was old enough to leave home to go away to school,. Cicero sent him to Athens.
- The Officia of St. Ambrose's De officiis
- A reader of Ambrose's De officiis who is well acquainted with Cicero's For the Latin text of Ambrose's De officiis, see Ivor Davidson, ed. and trans.,.
- Online Library of Liberty: On Moral Duties (De Officiis) - Portable
- Jan 22, 2010 Marcus Tullius Cicero, On Moral Duties (De Officiis) Cicero De Officiis, translated with an Introduction and Notes by Andrew P.
- A Brief Introduction to Marcus Tullius Cicero's De Re Publica and De
- A Brief Introduction to Marcus Tullius Cicero's De Re Publica and De Officiis. By David Rosenblatt.
- School district isn't banning
- Using the expansive definition of "ban," the Springfield-Greene County Library "bans" John Locke because it does not have any copies of "Two Treatises on Government" and Cicero because it lacks "De Finibus" or "De Officiis.
- The Mellifluous Doctor
- He wrote for Henry, the Archbishop of Sens, De Officiis Episcoporum ( the office of bishops). He openly rebuked the Archbishops of Paris and of Sens for their laxity. He called William X of Aquataine to reform.
- 10 agosto: San Lorenzo
- Per il martirio di Lorenzo abbiamo la testimonianza particolarmente eloquente di Ambrogio nel De Officiis, ripresa, in seguito, da Prudenzio e da S.
- Cicero: De Officiis
- DE OFFICIIS. Marcus Tullius Cicero. Translated by Walter Miller.
- Cicero: de Officiis
- M. TVLLI CICERONIS DE OFFICIIS AD MARCVM FILIVM LIBRI TRES.
- LacusCurtius • Cicero — de Officiis
- Jun 10, 2010 The entire work is online in an English translation. Part of a very large site on classical Antiquity.
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