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  1. Plutarch's Morals (Volume 3) by Plutarch, 2010-10-14
  2. Plutarch's Lives, Volume 2 by William Watson Goodwin, Plutarch, 2010-03-15
  3. The Boys' and Girls' Plutarch; being parts of the "Lives" of Plutarch, edited for boys and girls by Plutarch, 2006-11-03
  4. Selected Lives (Wordsworth Classics of World Literature) by Plutarch, 1999-12-05
  5. The Makers of Rome: Nine Lives (Penguin Classics) by Plutarch, 1965-10-30
  6. Greek Lives (Oxford World's Classics) by Plutarch, 2009-04-01
  7. The Fall of the Roman Republic (Penguin Classics) by Plutarch, 2006-04-25
  8. The Life of Alexander the Great (Modern Library Classics) by Plutarch, 2004-04-13
  9. The Rise and Fall of Athens: Nine Greek Lives by Plutarch, Ian Scott-Kilvert, 1960-09-30
  10. Plutarch's Moralia by Plutarch, 2009-12-31
  11. Plutarch: Moralia, Volume XI, On the Malice of Herodotus, Causes of Natural Phenomena. (Loeb Classical Library No. 426) by Plutarch, 1965-01-01
  12. Roman Lives: A Selection of Eight Lives (Oxford World's Classics) by Plutarch, 2009-03-15
  13. On Sparta (Penguin Classics) by Plutarch, 2005-12-27
  14. Plutarch's Lives (Volume 1 of 2) by Plutarch, 2009-01-01

1. Plutarch - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
46 AD 120 AD), better known in English as Plutarch, was a Greek historian, biographer, essayist, and Middle Platonist. 1 Plutarch was born to a
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(Lucius?) Mestrius Plutarchus Greek c. 46 AD 120 AD ), better known in English as Plutarch , was a Greek historian biographer essayist , and Middle Platonist Plutarch was born to a prominent family in Chaeronea Boeotia [Greece], a town about twenty miles east of Delphi . His oeuvre consists of the Parallel Lives and the Moralia
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    Ruins of the Temple of Apollo at Delphi , where Plutarch served as one of the priests responsible for interpreting the predictions of the oracle Plutarch was born in AD 46 [a] in the small town of Chaeronea , in the Greek region known as Boeotia . The name of Plutarch's father has not been preserved, but it was probably Nikarchus, from the common habit of Greek families to repeat a name in alternate generations. His family was wealthy. The name of Plutarch's grandfather was Lamprias, as he attested in Moralia . His brothers, Timon and Lamprias, are frequently mentioned in his essays and dialogues, where Timon is spoken of in the most affectionate terms.

2. Plutarch - His Life And Legacy
Who he was, what he wrote, and how he influenced Europe, especially during the Renaissance.
circa 45 - 125 A.D.)
Priest of the Delphic Oracle Go to Home Page for 15 Greek Heroes from Plutarch's Lives Greece, by the turn of the first millenium, was a sad ruin of its former glory. Mighty Rome had looted its statues and reduced Greece to conquered territory. Despite these circumstances, Mestrius Plutarchus (known to history as Plutarch) lived a long and fruitful life with his wife and family in the little Greek town of Chaeronea. For many years Plutarch served as one of the two priests at the temple of Apollo at Delphi (the site of the famous Delphic Oracle) twenty miles from his home. By his writings and lectures Plutarch became a celebrity in the Roman empire, yet he continued to reside where he was born, and actively participated in local affairs, even serving as mayor. At his country estate, guests from all over the empire congregated for serious conversation, presided over by Plutarch in his marble chair. Many of these dialogues were recorded and published, and the78 essays and other works which have survived are now known collectively as the Moralia After the horrors of Nero and Domitian, and the partisan passions of civil war, Rome was ready for some gentle enlightenment from the priest of Apollo. Plutarch's essays and his lectures established him as a leading thinker in the Roman empire's golden age: the reigns of Nerva, Trajan, and Hadrian.

3. Plutarch Of Chaeronea
Plutarch of Chaeronea (46c.122) influential Greek philosopher and author, well known for his biographies and his moral treatises.
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(Museum of Delphi) Plutarch of Chaeronea (46-c.122): influential Greek philosopher and author, well known for his biographies and his moral treatises.
It is not overstated to say that, together with Augustine of Hippo and Aristotle of Stagira , Plutarch of Chaeronea is the most influential ancient philosopher. He may lack the the profundity of Augustine, the most influential philosopher in the early Middle Ages, and the acumen of Aristotle, considered the master of all intellectuals of the late Middle Ages, but the Sage of Chaeronea is an excellent writer and from the Renaissance to the present day, his moral treatises have found a larger audience than any other ancient philosopher. In his own age, he was immensely popular because he was able to explain philosophical discussions to non-philosophical readers, Greek and Roman alike. The fact that he was priest in Delphi will no doubt have improved his popularity.
Plutarch was probably born in 46 in the Boeotian town Chaeronea. His parents were wealthy people, and after 67, their son was able to study philosophy, rhetorics, and mathematics at the platonic Academy of Athens. However, Plutarch never became a platonic puritan, but always remained open to influences from other philosophical schools, such as the Stoa and the school of Aristotle . It is likely that the young man was present when the emperor Nero , who visited Greece at this time, declared the Greek towns to be free and autonomous.

4. Plutarch --  Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Britannica online encyclopedia article on Plutarch biographer and author whose works strongly influenced the evolution of the essay, the biography,
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Page 1 of 6 born AD 46, Chaeronea, Boeotia [Greece] died after 119 Plutarch, c. AD Greek Plutarchos , Latin Plutarchus biographer and author whose works strongly influenced the evolution of the essay , the biography , and historical writing in Europe from the 16th to the 19th century. Among his approximately 227 works, the most important are the Bioi paralleloi Parallel Lives Plutarch... (75 of 6065 words) To read the full article, activate your FREE Trial

5. The Internet Classics Archive | Works By Plutarch
List of works by Plutarch, part of the Internet Classics Archive.



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But if any man undertake to write a history that has to be collected from materials gathered by observation and the reading of works not easy to be got in all places, nor written always in his own language, but many of them foreign and dispersed in other hands, for him, undoubtedly, it is in the first place and above all things most necessary to reside in some city of good note, addicted to liberal arts, and populous; where he may have plenty of all sorts of books, and upon inquiry may hear and inform himself of such particulars as, having escaped the pens of writers, are more faithfully preserved in the memories of men, lest his work be deficient in many things, even those which it can least dispense with.
But for me, I live in a little town, where I am willing to continue, lest it should grow less.
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7. Plutarch Collection At
Plutarch. WORKS Plutarch’s Lives Biographies of Greeks and Romans aimed more at the kernel of a man than the facts of his life.
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8. Great Books Index - Plutarch
Plutarch Great Books Index. Back to Top of Page. Plutarch s Parallel Lives Complete A selection from Plutarch s Lives, with annotations.
Plutarch (about 66 AD)
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10. Plutarch Quotes - The Quotations Page
Plutarch; Know how to listen, and you will profit even from those who talk badly. Plutarch; So very difficult a matter is it to trace and find out the
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Do not speak of your happiness to one less fortunate than yourself.
Know how to listen, and you will profit even from those who talk badly.
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No beast is more savage than man when possessed with power answerable to his rage.
Rest is the sweet sauce of labor.
So very difficult a matter is it to trace and find out the truth of anything by history.
The whole life of man is but a point of time; let us enjoy it.
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To find a fault is easy; to do better may be difficult.
It is certainly desirable to be well descended, but the glory belongs to our ancestors.
Plutarch 'Morals,' 100 A.D.
Perseverance is more prevailing than violence; and many things which cannot be overcome when they are together, yield themselves up when taken little by little.
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An old doting fool, with one foot already in the grave.

11. Plutarch On LacusCurtius
Entry page to the works of Plutarch on this site all the Lives, and several hundred pages of the Moralia.
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They are translations only; there are so few people out there who read Greek yet have no access to the TLG, and the difficulties involved, even with Unicode, in writing webpages in polytonic Greek is so great, that it would be a case of vastly diminishing returns to put the original texts online. I have not done so. For a summary of Plutarch's life and of the manuscripts, editions and translations of the Lives, see the Loeb edition's introductory material , by Bernadotte Perrin. For another summary of his life, and a brief but careful assessment of him as a philosopher and historian, see the Plutarch section of Livius.Org; and for a good look at Plutarch and why he has long been so widely read, and still deserves to be, see by Roger Kimball Although Plutarch lived under the Roman empire and was a Roman citizen, his career even including tenure as a Roman civil servant, he was still Greek, writing in Greek, and very often on Greek history and philosophy, subjects I'm only marginally interested in. The works of Plutarch on LacusCurtius are confined, with an exception or two, to the Parallel Lives and those few works in the Moralia that deal with Roman matters.
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From the Moralia:
complete English translation Quaestiones Romanae (The Roman Questions) — 113 of them, all starting with "Why?"; many deal with the more mystifying aspects of Roman religion. Plutarch is wise enough to supply not answers, but further questions: he's not at a loss for ideas, though, and has provided generations of scholars with ample fields for speculation.

12. North's Plutarch
A few biographies of ancient Roman and Greek heroes from JW Skeat s 19th century edition of Sir Thomas North s 1579 English edition. The North edition was a
Plutarch's Parallel Lives You will find here Sir Thomas North's 1579 English translation of Plutarch's Parallel Lives classical biographies of ancient Roman and Greek men that incorporate innovative and subtle analyses of individual character. North's version of Plutarch's Lives was Shakespeare's primary source for his play Julius Caesar. We have used here J. W. Skeat's nineteenth century edition of North's Plutarch that selects several of the major Lives. Bust of Pompey, Copenhagen NCG 597
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  • 13. Ancient History Sourcebook: Plutarch: The Training Of Children, C. 110 CE
    Plutarch was born of a wealthy family in Boeotia at Chaeronea about 50 A.D. Part of his life seems to have been spent at Rome, but he seems to have returned
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    [Thatcher Introduction]: Plutarch was born of a wealthy family in Boeotia at Chaeronea about 50 A.D. Part of his life seems to have been spent at Rome, but he seems to have returned to Greece and died there about 120 A.D. But little further is know of his life. He was one of the greatest biographers the world has ever known, while his moral essays show wide learning and considerable depth of contemplation. THE COURSE that ought to be taken for the training of freeborn children, and the means whereby their manners may be rendered virtuous, will, with the reader's leave, be the subject of our present disquisition. In the management of which, perhaps it may be expedient to take our rise from their very procreation. I would therefore, in the first place, advise those who desire to become the parents of famous and eminent children, that they keep not company with all women that they light on; I mean such as harlots, or concubines. For such children as are blemished in their birth, either by the father's or the mother's side, are liable to be pursued, as long as they live, with the indelible infamy of their base extraction, as that which offers a ready occasion to all that desire to take hold of it of reproaching and disgracing them therewith. Misfortune on that family's entailed

    14. Project Gutenberg Edition Of Plutarch's Lives ("Dryden" Translation)
    Plutarch s Lives ( Dryden translation). by Plutarch. edited by Arthur Hugh Clough Project Gutenberg Release 674 (October 1996)

    15. Plutarch Quotes
    40 quotes and quotations by Plutarch. Plutarch All men whilst they are awake are in one common world but each of them, when he is asleep,

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    17. Siege Of Syracuse (Plutarch)
    by Plutarch (c. 45120 AD). Marcellus (c. 268-208 BC) .. You can also find more works of Plutarch and other classical authors there.
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    Dio Cassius P ARALLEL L IVES: ... ARCELLUS by Plutarch (c. 45-120 AD Marcellus (c. 268-208 BC
    H A T W Y S This passage was taken from a translation by John Dryden (1631-1700) at the Internet Classics Archive site. You can also find more works of Plutarch and other classical authors there. A modern English translation can be found in M AKERS OF R OME
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    18. Plutarch's ALEXANDER
    ALEXANDER 356323 B.C. by Plutarch (79 AD) translated by John Dryden text source image source. IT being my purpose to write the lives of Alexander the
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    image source Philip, after this vision, sent Chaeron of Megalopolis to consult the oracle of Apollo at Delphi, by which he was commanded to perform sacrifice, and henceforth pay particular honour, above all other gods, to Ammon; and was told he should one day lose that eye with which he presumed to peep through that chink of the door, when he saw the god, under the form of a serpent, in the company of his wife. Eratosthenes says that Olympias, when she attended Alexander on his way to the army in his first expedition, told him the secret of his birth, and bade him behave himself with courage suitable to his divine extraction. Others again affirm that she wholly disclaimed any pretensions of the kind, and was wont to say, "When will Alexander leave off slandering me to Juno?" Alexander was born the sixth of Hecatombaeon, which month the Macedonians call Lous, the same day that the temple of Diana at Ephesus was burnt; which Hegesias of Magnesia makes the occasion of a conceit, frigid enough to have stopped the conflagration. The temple, he says, took fire and was burnt while its mistress was absent, assisting at the birth of Alexander. And all the Eastern soothsayers who happened to be then at Ephesus, looking upon the ruin of this temple to be the forerunner of some other calamity, ran about the town, beating their faces, and crying that this day had brought forth something that would prove fatal and destructive to all Asia.

    19. Straight Dope Staff Report: Did Spartan Mothers Really Tell Their Sons, "With Yo
    1) Plutarch says, explicitly, that his purpose is not to write political In his work Plutarch consistently portrays the Spartans as having a tough,
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    23-Sep-2003 Dear Straight Dope: W ith it or on it." We've all heard that Spartan mothers said it while giving their sons shields before their first battle. With it = victorious hero; on it = fallen hero; without it = coward. I've heard this quote attributed to Herodotus, but I've never seen any specific reference. It's consistent with modern conceptions of Sparta, but is it real? Is it just an old wives' tale concocted to make us believe our own mothers aren't so bad? HCPIII Guest contributor Una Persson replies: You've got a point. After you hear about the mothers of Sparta, it's hard to believe your own mom is so bad because she makes you drink your milk. Your question is more complex than it might seem. To answer it properly, several different aspects must be considered. First where and when does the quote first appear? T h at part is easy. Typically translated as

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