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n.1.A rhetorician; a careful writer.
If a rethor couthe fair endite.
- Chaucer.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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y estudios mayores, integrados por retorica y filosofia, e impartidos por el rethor y el sophos (Platon, Republica, Libros II y III; Protagoras, 325-326).
Next, Alexander Andree's 'From Propheta plangens to Rethor divines: Toward an Understanding of the Rhetorical Hermeneutics of Gilbert the Universal in his Gloss on Lamentations' addresses the procedure of transforming an old text into a new form by giving it a new time and setting.
There appears to be no evidence that any rethor before Minucianus tried to integrate the theory of asustata with his model for the analysis of themes possessing statis; I suspect that in Hermagoras asustata were discussed and classified before the Model was introduced.