Rome owed much to the Gracchi; but it paid them both off in a most unsatisfactory manner.
Be the mothers of great men, the Catos and the Gracchi of the future!
The measures of the Gracchi were estimated by the rule of party spirit.
Why, that's the mother o' the Gracchi,' and there was a little ripple of laughter.
It is a foule blemish that Paterculus findes in the face of the Gracchi.
Just then the mother of the Gracchi came to the edge of the plinth to open the meeting.
He had in his mind the idea of one of the Gracchi; he had his courage in his soul and his tone in his voice.
The Gracchi, champions of the people, were foully done to death.
He was the first to carry out on a large scale those plans of transmarine colonization whose inception was due to the Gracchi.
Plutarch has treated the subject of the Gracchi with perfect impartiality.