Quintilian's De Causis Corruptae Eloquentiae and Tacitus' Dialogus De Oratoribus

Classical Quarterly 39 (02):472- (1989)
Certain proximities between two distinguished but very dissimilar contemporaries, Quintilian and Tacitus, may be stated. Contemporary they were, though the former, born probably a little before A.D. 40, was older by about twenty years. Both were from outside Rome, Quintilian certainly of provincial, Spanish, origin, Tacitus very probably from one of the Galliae, yet both exemplars of Romanitas
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