Cato the Elder born Marcus Porcius Cato and also known as Cato the Censor (
Cato Censorius), Cato the Wise (Cato Sapiens), and Cato the Ancient (Cato ...
Cato the Elder (the additive 'the Elder' is used to distinguish him from his
grandson who also rose to prominence in Roman history and is known as 'the ...
Cato the Elder was the man who said Carthage must be destroyed. M. Porcius
Cato (Cato the Elder or Cato the Censor) was a 2nd Century B.C. Roman ...
May 4, 2012 ... (Vol. II) Plutarch, The Parallel Lives. p303 The Life of Cato the Elder. 1 1 The
family of Marcus Cato, it is said, was of Tusculan origin, though he ...
Marcus cato, we are told, was born at Tusculum, though (till he betook himself to
civil and military affairs) he lived and was bred up in the country of the Sabines, ...
Marcus Porcius Cato (234 BC – 149 BC), Roman statesman, often called "The
Censor," Sapiens, Priscus, or Major (the Elder), to distinguish him from Cato the ...
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M. PORCIVS CATO CENSOR. (234 – 149 B.C.). Orationum Fragmenta · de Agri
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Cato the Elder (kāˈtō) [key] or Cato the Censor, Lat. Cato Major or Cato
Censorius, 234–149 B.C., Roman statesman and moralist, whose full name was