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Quin·til·ian

 (kwĭn-tĭl′yən, -ē-ən) Originally Marcus Fabius Quintilianus. First century ad.
Roman rhetorician whose major work, the Institutio Oratoria, discusses the complete education and career of an orator.

Quintilian

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(Biography) Latin name Marcus Fabius Quintilianus. ?35–?96 ad, Roman rhetorician and teacher

Quin•til•ian

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(Marcus Fabius Quintilianus) A.D. c35–c95, Roman rhetorician.
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Quintilianus on the Teaching of Speaking & Writing: Translations From Books One, Two & Ten of the Institutio Oratoria; 2nd Edition
Marcus Fabius Quintilianus was a Roman rhetorician of the first century AD.
Aunque Aristoteles fue el primero en realizar un estudio organizado de la retorica, fue Marcus Fabius Quintilianus quien tuvo gran influencia en este campo, especialmente en lo concerniente a la retorica durante el resto de la Antiguedad y buena parte de la Edad Media.
Ant( ) Pat(ernus) C ERPSo,1 Gomez Fronto P (Ir) Pantoja, 1999, 422 Castillo, 1999, Aemilius Quintilianus C 137-141 ERR, 10 ?
The texts of Tacitus judicial discourses have not been saved until nowadays, but according to Pliny the Younger's hints, his former colleague at Quintilianus school, we only suspect that they enjoyed great success since they were written with talent, in an elevated style, similar to his later historical works.
Nam et scribendi ratio coniuncta cum loquendo est, et enarrationem praecedit emendata lectio, et mixtum his omnibus iudicum est", QUINTILIANUS, Instituciones, libro I, cap.
Bir kusak sonra, retorikci Quintilianus (MS 30-100), tekrar bir egitimci olarak kendi tecrubesinden yola cikip, olcusuz ovgunun kayitsizliga yol acacagini (61) ve bu sebeple ogrencilerin cok fazla ovulmemesi gerektigini yazacaktir.
Our best evidence concerning the forms of the harmoniai mentioned by Plato in the Republic is found at Aristides Quintilianus De musica 18 5-19 10, where the author states explicitly that the harmoniai he describes are the ones used by hoi panu palaiotatoi and also mentioned in the Platonic work (19 2-9).
Tras la descripcion detallada de la alcurnia ilustre del virrey (tempora, quodque ante eos fuit; Quintilianus 106), seguia la enumeracion de las virtudes que compartia con su linaje y un resumen de su carrera politica y militar ([tempora] quod ipsi vixerunt, ibid.
25) 'A knight spoke, his name was Quintilianus, | 'The Briton is always bold in word and coward in deed.
Aristides Quintilianus On Music (perhaps third century A.