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Stoicism and Roman education

Quill, Roy Charles


It is the purpose of this study to analyse in Roman education the considerable number of elements which are attributable to Stoic influences. The field of Roman education to be considered is that encompassed by the teaching of the grammaticus (or secondary schoolmaster) , by the teaching of the rhetor and in the curriculum of the liberal arts or eyMdKXtos uauöeLa, which comprised grammar (literature), rhetoric, dialectic, arithmetic, music, geometry and astronomy. It is the range of...[Show more]

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Date published: 1976
Type: Thesis (Masters)


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