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Life Of Themistocles - Plutarch

... would be always inventing or arranging some oration or declamation to himself, the subject of which was generally the excusing or accusing his companions, so that his master would often say to him, "You, my boy, will be nothing small ...

Life Of Romulus - Plutarch

... tribe contained ten curiae, or brotherhoods, which, some say, took their names from the Sabine women; but that seems to be false, because many had their names from various places. Though it is true, they then constituted many things in ...

Life Of Solon - Plutarch

... Aristotle states, were called cyrbes, and there is a passage of Cratinus the comedian- "By Solon, and by Draco, if you please, Whose Cyrbes make the fires that parch our peas." But some say those are properly cyrbes, which contain laws ...

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The Life of Alexander (Part 1 of 7) - Plutarch

... ; and if I clearly must Pass through some place by sea, this will lie open to my steps." 8 Alexander himself, however, made no such prodigy out of it in his letters, but says that he marched by p273way of the so ...

Life Of Sertorius - Plutarch

... caused Perpenna immediately to be put to death, lest by discovering their names further troubles and revolutions might ensue. Of the rest of the conspirators with Perpenna, some were taken and slain by the command of Pompey, others fled into ...

Life Of Timoleon - Plutarch

... those of Timoleon the Corinthian and Paulus Aemilius, to write whose lives is my present business; men equally famous, not only for their virtues, but success; insomuch that they have left it doubtful whether they owe their greatest achievements to ...

Life Of Sylla - Plutarch

... , partly on the gods, and partly to blame the Romans themselves, he took him up, saying that he had heard, indeed, long since from others, and now he knew it himself for ...

Life Of Otho - Plutarch

... did not interfere when some persons displayed Nero's statues to public view. And Cluvius Rufus says, imperial letters, such as are sent with couriers, went into Spain with the name of Nero affixed adoptively to that of Otho; but as ...

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Life Of Philopoemen - Plutarch

... if after him Greece had produced no great man, nor who deserved the name of Greek. His person was not, as some fancy, deformed; for his likeness is yet to be seen at Delphi. The mistake of the hostess of ...

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