QUINTILIAN ON THE EMOTIONS (INSTITUTIO ORATORIA 6 PREFACE AND 1-2

@inproceedings{Leigh2004QUINTILIANOT,
  title={QUINTILIAN ON THE EMOTIONS (INSTITUTIO ORATORIA 6 PREFACE AND 1-2},
  author={Matthew Leigh},
  year={2004}
}
Antiquity records few more cruel twists of fate than that which met the two-time former consul and conqueror of Macedon, L. Aemilius Paullus, on his return to Rome in 167 B.C. The great victory at Pydna the year before had finally removed the major rival to Roman power on the Greek mainland, and the riches generated in the campaign were such as to permit the abolition of direct taxation at Rome. The grant of a triumph should therefore have marked the acme of an already distinguished public… CONTINUE READING