calvus was an orator more improved by literature than Curio.
The first friend he met on the street was calvus, the young poet and orator.
In the Brutus, where Cicero speaks of calvus at great length, his language is reserved.
And calvus was gone, leaving Ahenobarbus as though he had been cudgelled into numbness.
It is, therefore, properly said in this Dialogue, that Cicero thought calvus cold and enervated.
The letter refers to correspondence with calvus, and criticizes his oratory.
calvus, Cæsar, Pollio, multum ante quæstoriam omnes ætatem gravissima judicia susceperunt.
If justice is wounded because Florus keeps afloat in the shipwreck where Varius and calvus perish, it is justice which is wrong.
We all have read the letters of calvus and Brutus to your famous orator.