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" As for the education of youth, which he looked upon as the greatest and most glorious work of a lawgiver, he began with it at the very source, taking into consideration their conception and birth, by regulating the marriages. For he did not (as Aristotle... "
Plutarch's Lives - 140 페이지
저자: Plutarch - 1803
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Plutarch's Lives,: Translated from the Original Greek, with Notes ..., 1권

Plutarch, John Langhorne, William Langhorne - 1770
...of the Deity himfelf. As for the education of youth, which he looked upon as the greateft and moft glorious work of a lawgiver, he began with it at the very fource, taking into confideracion their conception and birth, by regulating the marriages. For he did...
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Plutarch's Lives: Tr. from the Original Greek; with Notes Critical ...

Plutarch - 1795
...of the Deity himfelf. As for the education of youth, which he looked upon as the greateft and moft glorious work of a lawgiver, he began with it at the very fource, taking into confideration their conception and birth, by regulating the marriages. For he did...
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Plutarch's Lives: Tr. from the Original Greek: with Notes Critical and ...

Plutarch - 1804
...of the Deity himfelf. As for the education of youth, which he looked upon as the greateft and moft glorious work of a lawgiver, he began with it at the very fource, 'taking into confideration their conception and birth, by regulating the marriag«s. For he...
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Plutarch's Lives, tr. by J. and W. Langhorne

Plutarchus - 1809
...decrees of the EJeity himself.39 As for the education of youth, which he looked upon as the loftiest and most glorious work of A lawgiver, he began with,...regulating the marriages. For he did not (as Aristotle observes*0) desist from his attempt to bring the women under sober rules; They had, indeed, assumed...
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Plutarch's Lives, tr. by J. and W. Langhorne, 1권

1812
...been oracles and decrees of the Deity himself. As for the .éducation of youth, which lie looked upon as the greatest and most glorious work of a lawgiver, he began with it at the vcrj source, taking into consideration their conception and birth, by jugulating lac marriages. For...
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Plutarch's Lives: Translated from the Original Greek, 1권

Plutarch - 1822
...decrees of the Deity himself9. As for the education of youth, which he looked upon as the loftiest and most glorious work of a lawgiver, he began with...regulating the marriages. For he did not (as Aristotle observes40) desist from his attempt to bring the women under sober rules. They had, indeed, assumed...
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Plutarch's Lives, 1권

Plutarch - 1823
...been oracles and decrees of the Deity himself. As for the education of youth, which he looked upon as the greatest and most glorious work of a lawgiver,...Aristotle says) desist from his attempt to bring the women * This Is rendered by the former English translator, as if Leotychidas's question proceeded from ignorance,...
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Archaeologia Graeca Or the Antiquities of Greece

John Potter - 1840 - 818 페이지
...Spartan women in the following words of Plutarch.* ' As for the education of youth which he looked upon as the greatest and most glorious work of a lawgiver, he began wita it at the very source, taking into consideration their conception and birt£. by regulating the...
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Plutarch's Lives

Plutarch, John Langhorne, William Langhorne - 1854 - 688 페이지
...himself. As for the education of youth, which he looked upon as the greatest and most glorious work of а lawgiver, he began with it at the very source', taking...sober rules. They had, indeed, assumed great liberty aud power on account of the frequent expeditions of their husbands, during which they were left sole...
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Plutarch's Lives

Plutarch - 1860 - 668 페이지
...been oracles and decrees of the Deity himself. As for the education of youth, which he looked upon as the greatest and most glorious work of a lawgiver,...regulating the marriages. For he did not (as Aristotle gays) desist from his attempt to bring the women under sober rules. They had, indeed, assumed great...
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