Comments and opinions welcome. Ne diutius teneam, iudices, societas coitur. Cum nulla iam proscriptionis mentio fieret, cum etiam, qui antea metuerant, redirent ac iam defunctos sese periculis arbitrarentur, nomen refertur in tabulas Sex. Rosci, hominis studiosissimi nobilitatis; manceps fit Chrysogonus; tria praedia vel nobilissima Capitoni propria traduntur, quae hodie possidet; in reliquas omnis fortunas iste T. Roscius nomine Chrysogoni, quem ad modum ipse dicit, impetum facit. Haec omnia, iudices, imprudente L. Sulla facta esse certo scio. Not to keep you too long, gentlemen, a partnership was formed between them. At a time when no mention of proscription was made anymore and even those who had feared proscription before were coming back and thought themselves now out of danger, the name of Sex. Roscius senior, a man who had been altogether devoted to the nobility, was entered in the tablets. Chrysogonus became the purchaser. The three noblest estates were handed over to Capito as his own. They are those which he still possesses today. All the rest of the properties were invaded by T. Roscius in Chrysogonus's name, as T. Roscius himself says. I know for certain that all this, gentlemen, was done without L. Sulla's knowing.