Roman Eloquence: Rhetoric in Society and Literature, 1997
Roman Eloquence emphasises the theory and practice of rhetoric in a variety of social, political and literary contexts. In addition to demonstrating rhetoric's critical significance for Roman culture, the studies reveal the important role played by rhetoric in the formation of the various genres of literature.
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SKILLS LESSON: ANCIENT ROME AND THE TRAGEDY OF JULIUS
At Rome, moreover, Caesar won a great and brilliant popularity by his eloquence as an advocate, and much good will from the common people for the friendliness of his manners . . . . He had also a large and gradually increasing political influence in consequence of his lavish hospitality and the general splendour of his mode of life.
Foreign Eloquence in the Roman Senate - Oxford Scholarship
13 The Roman Ambassador’s Speech: Public Oratory on the Diplomatic Stage; 14 Foreign Eloquence in the Roman Senate; 15 Provincials, patrons, and the rhetoric of <i>repetundae</i> 16 The Common (<i>Mediocris</i>) Orator of the Late Republic: The Scribonii Curiones; 17 Fragmentary Speeches: The Oratory and Political Career of Piso Caesoninus
Eloquence - Wikipedia
The concept of eloquence dates to the ancient Greeks, Calliope (one of the nine daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne) being the Muse of epic poetry and eloquence. The Greek god Hermes was patron of eloquence. Cicero is considered as one of the most eloquent orators of Antiquity. Fr. Louis Bourdaloue is regarded as one of the founders of French eloquence.