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Several of the younger Pliny’s letters are addressed to Suetonius, withwhom he lived in the closest friendship. They afford some brief, butgenerally pleasant, glimpses of his habits and career; and in a letter, inwhich Pliny makes application on behalf of his friend to the emperorTrajan, for a mark of favour, he speaks of him as “a most excellent,honourable, and learned man, whom he had the pleasure of entertainingunder his own roof, and with whom the nearer he was brought intocommunion, the more he loved him.” 1 ...go to paragraph
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