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  1. Cicero's Cato the Elder on Old Age by Marcus Tullius Cicero, 2009-03-19
  2. Education in Ancient Rome: From the Elder Cato to the Younger Pliny by Stanley F. Bonner, 1977-09-22
  3. Cato the Elder
  4. Makers of Rome - Nine Lives By Plutarch: Coriolanus, Fabius Maximus, marcellus, Cato the elder, Tiberius Gracchus, Gaius Gracchus, Sertorius, Brutus, Mark Antony by Plutarch, 1965
  5. 2nd-Century Bc Historians: Sima Qian, Polybius, Cato the Elder, Agatharchides, Menander of Ephesus, Eupolemus, Gaius Sempronius Tuditanus
  6. Porcii: Cato the Elder, Cato the Younger, Porcia Catonis, Marcus Porcius Cato Licinianus, Marcus Porcius Cato Salonianus, Porcii, Porcia
  7. 149 Bc: Cato the Elder, Battle of Carthage, Prusias Ii of Bithynia
  8. Greco-Roman Relations: Cato the Elder
  9. 230s Bc Births: 230 Bc Births, 232 Bc Births, 234 Bc Births, 236 Bc Births, 238 Bc Births, 239 Bc Births, Cato the Elder, Ennius, Masinissa
  10. 234 Bc: 234 Bc Births, Cato the Elder
  11. 3rd-Century Bc Romans: Fabius Maximus, Plautus, Cato the Elder, Marcus Claudius Marcellus, Scipio Africanus, Lucius Cornelius Scipio Barbatus
  12. Ancient Roman Politicians: Julius Caesar, Marcus Junius Brutus the Younger, Catiline, Cato the Elder, Quintus Sertorius, Gaius Calpurnius Piso
  13. Ancient Roman Jurists: Cicero, Marcus Junius Brutus the Younger, Cato the Elder, Tacitus, Publius Cornelius Scipio Nasica Corculum, Gaius
  14. 149 Bc: 149 Bc Deaths, Cato the Elder, Battle of Carthage, Prusias Ii of Bithynia

81. Quotations (Collected By Dmitry A. Dimma)
HL Mencken on Shakespeare After I'm dead I'd rather have people ask why I have nomonument than why I have one.cato the elder 234149 BC, AKA Marcus Porcius
bank is a place that will lend you money if you can prove that you don't need it . Bob Hope
A billion here, a billion there, and pretty soon you're talking about real money. Everett Dirksen A bird in the hand will probably shit on your wrist. Anon. A celebrity is one who is known to many persons he is glad he doesn't know .H. L. Mencken A child becomes an adult when he realizes that he has a right not only to be right but also to be wrong . Thomas Szasz A city is a large community where people are lonesome together . Herbert Prochnow A classic is something that everybody wants to have read and nobody wants to read. Mark Twain A committee is a thing which takes a week to do what one good man can do in an hour . Elbert Hubbard A conclusion is simply the place where you got tired of thinking. Anon. A conference is a gathering of important people who singly can do nothing, but together can decide that nothing can be done . Fred Allen A conservative is a man who does not think that anything should be done for the first time.

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84. Prospect Books, Primary Sources Of Food History; CATO ON FARMING De Agri Cultura
This work of cato the elder is essential to our understanding of classical Romandomestic economy, as well as being the first extended Latin prose work to have
CATO ON FARMING De agri cultura A Critical English Translation by Andrew Dalby
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This work of Cato the Elder is essential to our understanding of classical Roman domestic economy, as well as being the first extended Latin prose work to have survived to this day. This is a new translation and detailed edition composed with a mind to the culinary historian by Andrew Dalby, whose book on classical Greek cookery, Siren Feasts , was so admired when it appeared in 1995. Cato has information for everyone: on planting and maintaining olive groves, on supervising the stag, on making various loaves or gruels out of grains, on the manifold curative properties of cabbage, on getting good prices at market, and much, much more. Although modern translations exist, this is better: more readable, more accurate, more alert.
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85. UofT Classics Department: CLA 231: Course Outline
1, pp.49) Plutarch Life of cato the elder (Cherry, sel. 2, pp. Readings C S,pp. 150 -199 Plutarch Life of cato the elder 21 (Cherry, sel. 18, pp.
University of Toronto
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CLA 231H1S Introduction to Roman History (Ast)
Schedule 1) Sept. 10
Course requirements. Sources and materials used by historians to reconstruct Roman history (political, military, cultural, economic, etc.). Overview of chronology. Glance at geography of Italy and Roman Empire. 2) Sept. 17
THE MONARCHY (To 5th c. B.C.) AND THE EARLY REPUBLIC (Early 5th - 3rd cc. B.C.)
The land. Prehistoric peoples. Greek influences. The Etruscans. Early Latium and Rome. Rome under the kings. The end of Monarchy and the rise of the Republic; Struggle of the Orders (stage 1). Evolution of the constitution. Readings
The Twelve Tables (Cherry sel. 1, pp.4-9)
Plutarch Life of Cato the Elder (Cherry, sel. 2, pp. 9-13)
Plutarch Life of Romulus (Cherry, sel. 49, p. 215)
3) Sept. 24
CONFLICT OF ORDERS (STAGE 2); FROM CITY-STATE TO DOMINATION OF ITALY (360-264 B.C.) Roman conflict with other Italian states. Causes of the ascendancy of Rome. Conquest and organization of Italy. Readings Dionysius of Halicarnassus Roman Antiquities (Cherry, sel. 48, pp. 214-215)

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by BRUCE JACKSON I n October 1990, when the George H.W. Bush administration was cranking up public support for the Gulf War, the House Human Rights Caucus took much-publicized testimony from a 15-year-old girl who told of having been a volunteer worker in the al-Addan hospital in Kuwait City. She said she had seen 15 premature babies dumped out of respirators by Iraqi soldiers. The babies, she said, were left "on the cold floor to die" and the incubators were then shipped to Baghdad. Only the girl's first name was given: Nayirah. She had family in Kuwait, it was said, and she feared for their lives and her own if her identity were made public. She was taking a mighty risk in bringing this dastardly truth to the American people. Nayirah's testimony was a major factor in shifting American public opinion in support of Bush's proposed Gulf war. It was one thing for George H.W. Bush to say that Iraq was the evil enemy but quite something else to have the specificity of a young eyewitness who saw helpless babies left to die by vile men stealing hospital hardware. George H.W. Bush quoted and summarized her testimony in at least five speeches. Seven pro-war senators quoted it on the Senate floor. Amnesty International cited it in their list of governmental atrocities.

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88. Prayers And Rituals From Cato's 'De Agricultura'
Chapter 141 A ritual for purifying land. Translator's notes The De Agriculturaof M. Porcius cato the elder is a farming manual, written in around 160 BC.
Prayers and Rituals from Cato's 'De Agricultura'
Translated into English by Quinta Claudia Lucentia Aprica
  • Chapters 75-76: Recipes for libum and placenta (cakes for use in offerings).
  • Chapter 83: An offering to Mars Silvanus for the health of cattle.
  • Chapter 132: An offering to Jupiter Dapalis (Jupiter of the feast) before ploughing.
  • Chapter 134: An offering to Ceres, Janus, Jupiter and Juno before the harvest.
  • Chapters 139-130: A ritual to be performed before clearing a grove or digging land.
  • Chapter 141: A ritual for purifying land
  • Translator's notes: The De Agricultura of M. Porcius Cato the Elder is a farming manual, written in around 160 BC. The work gives advice on a whole range of topics connected with the business of farm management, such as where to buy the best farming equipment, how to plant various types of crop, how to make garum (fish-sauce), and what the terms of a contract should be. It is thus an extremely useful source for all kinds of reconstruction and re-enactment, including the religious reconstruction of Roman prayers and rituals. Cato includes a number of rituals along with his other advice, making it clear that these were a normal part of the good day-to-day management of a farm, and allowing us to see the sorts of formulas which would be followed in this kind of private religious activity. The information in Cato's manual is presented in a very haphazard order, like the jottings of an ordinary farmer, and his prose is usually abrupt and archaic. This is partly the product of the age in which it was written, when Latin prose was very much in its infancy. However, we must bear in mind when reading it that Cato was not just a simple farmer, but was also an extremely well-educated general and orator, capable of producing eloquent and persuasive legal speeches.

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    91. GIGA Quote Author Page For Cato (Marcus Porcius Cato "The Elder") (a/k/a Cato Th
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    After I'm dead I'd rather have people ask why I have no monument than why I have one.

    Be firm or mild as the occasion may require.

    Consider it the greatest of all virtues to restrain the tongue.
    Do not expect good from another's death. Proverbs Don't promise twice what you can do at once. Proverbs In conversation avoid the extremes of forwardness and reserve. Conversation In doing nothing men learn to do evil. Proverbs It is difficult to spear to the belly, because it has no ears. - when the Romans demanded corn [ Hunger Should anyone attempt to deceive you by false expressions, and not be a true friend at heart, act in the same manner, and thus art will defeat art. [If you would catch a man let him think he is catching you.] Proverbs Wise men learn more from fools than fools from the wise.

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    Academy Achilles Actium Aeneas ... Cyrus the Great Academy Founded by Plato in the 4th century, the Academy was one of the great philosophical schools of the ancient world. The Early Academy (347-269 BC) taught traditional Platonic theory, while the New Academy (269-mid 1st century BC) interpreted Platonic thought as a type of skepticism, denying the impossibility of knowledge. Cicero's philosophical works reflect the skeptical influences of the New Academy. Achilles Achilles is one of the great heroes of Homer's Illiad . As King of Phthia, he joined Agamemnon in his war against the Trojans. Later when Agamemnon stole his concubine, Briseis, Achilles' anger led him to refuse to fight. Only when his friend, Patroclus, is killed in battle does he relent, ultimately killing the Trojan prince Hector, and contributing to the ultimate victory of the Greeks. Actium Famous naval battle fought on September 2, 31 BC in which Mark Anthony was decisively defeated by Octavian ( Augustus ), leading to the latter's eventual ascendancy over the Roman Empire.

    93. Classics-L: Oratorical Fragments Of The Elder Cato
    oratorical fragments of the elder cato. cato ; Reply John Quinn Reoratorical fragments of the elder cato . *Reply* *Reply* I am
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    *Reply* I am teaching Archaic Latin to advanced undergraduate and graduate students again this fall, and wonder if anyone on list knows of any other (preferably annotated) text of the oratorical fragments of the elder Cato besides Malcovati's ORF. Or, for that matter, of fragments from other 2nd c BCE oratorical luminaries such as Scipio Aemilianus or Gaius Gracchus? thanks so much judy hallett Date view Thread view Subject view ... Other Lists This archive was generated by hypermail 2.1.4

    94. Classics-L: Re: Oratorical Fragments Of The Elder Cato
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    Judy, *Reply* All of Cato's oratorical fragments can be found in the useful edition of M. T. Sblendorio Cugusi (Turin 1982). David Christenson
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    University of Arizona *Reply* >>> thanks for getting back to me, John! I will be using this book as a "model"

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    95. The Internet Classics Archive | Marcus Cato By Plutarch
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