The Greek Maestrius Plutarcus (circa 45–125 AD), known to history as Plutarch, is primarily recognized as the great biographer of antiquity for his seminal work, Parallel Lives, a compendium of biographies of famous Greek and Roman military and political figures. A leading thinker in the Roman ...

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