Capitolinus, Marcellus's colleague, a licentious and reckless man, made disgraceful proposals to this lad.
Marcellus didn't have any relations, as far as anybody knows, and neither did his wife.
Thither also came Marcellus of Ancyra, and ejected clerics from all parts of the East.
You know as well as I do that Marcellus didn't want to see us.
That's the only time Marcellus laughed while we was inside that house.
Why—why whether we're goin' to say yes or no to what Marcellus asked us in that letter.
From his fall is dated the three years' siege of Marcellus, and the death of Archimedes at the end of it.
He says he can't wait much longer for an answer from us about Marcellus's girl.
The two young men embraced, and Marcellus hastily took his departure.
By the way, what a nice young man Virgil makes out Marcellus to have been!