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Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www. million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: INTEODUCTION. Most of the representative writers of the so-called silver age were natives of Spain. Cordova gave birth to the two Senecas and Lucan. Pomponius Mela was from Cingitera, Martial from Bilbilis, Columella from Cadiz, and Quintilian from Calagurris. That so many distinguished authors, each Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www. million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: INTEODUCTION. Most of the representative writers of the so-called silver age were natives of Spain. Cordova gave birth to the two Senecas and Lucan. Pomponius Mela was from Cingitera, Martial from Bilbilis, Columella from Cadiz, and Quintilian from Calagurris. That so many distinguished authors, each at that period first in his class, should make their appearance in a country but just now peopled with warlike barbarians, indicates a change in national character and pursuits, such as only Roman conquerors and Roman laws could have produced. Indeed, the Iberians, or Spaniards, though the most obstinate of all the foreign tribes ever encountered by the Roman armies, and the most difficult to subdue, were, after their subjugation, imbued more rapidly and more thoroughly than any other European nations with the manners and civilization of their new masters. The elder Seneca, even in the time of Horace, migrated from Cordova to Rome, and there took a high position as a teacher of rhetoric. And it was not without reason that the poet spoke of the Spaniard, even then, as the peritul Tber. t Nor is the tradition without significance which tells of a Spanish scholar of Cadiz making a pilgrimage to Rome on purpose to see the historian Livy. f Such incidents shadow forth the fact that the literary cultivation of the Romans had already permeated the Spanish provinces; and there is good reason for the remark of Mr. Merivale, that " the great Iberian peninsula was more thoroughly Romanized than any other part of the dominions of the republic." § The elder Seneca, M. Annaeus, is properly assigned to the post-Angnetan, op silver age, as bis writings were published in the reign of Tiberius, though he also nourished as a teacher under Augustus. t? 2, 20,19 sq. í Pita. 2, Books, History~~General, Tenth-And-Twelfth-Books-Of-The-Institutions-Of-Quintilian~~Frieze-Quintilian, 999999999, The Tenth And Twelfth Books Of The Institutions Of Quintilian, Quintilian, 1145348467, Nabu Press, , , , , Nabu Press

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781145348462
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1145348467
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Publishing year: 2010
Publisher: Nabu Press
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Language: eng/Englisch

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