The conclusion draws together the main threads of the argument before considering, briefly, the ‘afterlife’ of republican reform efforts under the principate. It also reflects on some broader implications of this study for our understanding of Pompey and Cato, of reform and politics in the Roman republic, and of the very viability of republican government.
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