Something new out of Armenia

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  • Michael Winterbottom University of Oxford; Corpus Christi College

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https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2358-3150.v0i8p111-128

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Quintilian, Aelius Theon, progymnasmata, declamation, education

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This paper aims to examine the closeness of Quintilian to Aelius Theon in the light of the known Greek and also the new Armenian material. In the process I shall be trying to establish precisely what went on in an ancient school of rhetoric at the pre-declamation stage; I shall hope to throw some new light on Quintilian’s tenth book; and I shall argue that what a boy learned before he came on to declamation ‘proper’ was of great importance to his education, and had a disproportionate effect on anything he might write in later life.

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2004-11-01

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Winterbottom, M. (2004). Something new out of Armenia. Letras Clássicas, (8), 111-128. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2358-3150.v0i8p111-128

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