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" ... the whole course of their education was one continued exercise of a ready and perfect obedience. The old men, too, were spectators of their performances, and often raised quarrels and disputes among them, to have a good opportunity of finding out... "
Plutarch's Lives of Illustrious Men: Corrected from the Greek and Revised - الصفحة 38
بواسطة Plutarch, Arthur Hugh Clough - 1876 - عدد الصفحات: 787
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Plutarch's Lives, المجلد 1

Plutarch - 1859
...dainty and fanciful about their food ; not afraid in the dark, or of being left alone ; without any peevishness or ill humor or crying. Upon this account...would be valiant, which a coward, when they should come to more dangerous encounters. Reading and writing they gave them, just enough to serve their turn...

Plutarch's Lives, المجلد 1

Plutarch - 1859
...Of these, he who showed the most conduct and courage, was made captain ; they had their eyes alwavs upon him, obeyed his orders, and underwent patiently...would be valiant, which a coward, when they should come to more dangerous encounters. Reading and writing they gave them, just enough to serve their turn...

Plutarch's Lives of Illustrious Men: Translated from the Greek by ..., المجلد 1

Plutarch - 1880
...their food ; not afraid in the dark, or of being left alone ; and without peevishness, or ill-humor or crying. Upon this account, Spartan nurses were...would be valiant, which a coward, when they should come to more dangerous encounters. Reading and writing they gave them, just enough to serve their turn...

Lives of Illustrious Men: Translated from the Greek

Plutarch - 1881 - عدد الصفحات: 925
...upon him. obeyed his ciders, ami underwent patiently whatsoever punishment he inflicted ; ao ih it the whole course of their education was one continued exercise of a ready and perfect obedience. The ol I men. too, w<-re spectators of their performances, and often raised quarrels and disputes armng...

The Boys' and Girls' Plutarch: Being Parts of the "Lives" of Plutarch

Plutarch - 1883 - عدد الصفحات: 468
...nor was it lawful, indeed, for the GiRL OF TANAGRA WEARING THE CHITON. 64 father himself to raise his children after his own fancy ; but as soon as they...would be valiant, which a coward, when they should come to more dangerous encounters. Reading and writing they gave them, just enough to serve their turn...

Plutarch's Lives: The Translation Called Drydens's, المجلد 1

Plutarch - 1885
...preceptor; his guardian, Pericles, as Pluto tells us, chose a servant for that office called Zopy. rus, no better than any common slave. Lycurgus was of another...would be valiant, which a coward, when they should come to more dangerous encounters. Reading and writing they gave them, just enough to serve their turn;...

Plutarch's Lives, المجلد 1

Plutarch - 1885
...him, obeyed his orders, and underwent patiently whatsoever punishment he inflicted ; so that thejwhole course of their education was one continued exercise...would be valiant, which a coward, when they should come to more dangerous encounters. Rejiding and writing they gave them, just enough to serve their...

Plutarch's Lives of Illustrious Men

Plutarch - 1888 - عدد الصفحات: 787
...Spartans, nor such as should sell their pains ; nor was it lawful, indeed, for the father liimself to breed up the children after his own fancy ; but...opportunity of finding out their different characters, and ot seeing which would be valiant, which a coward, when they should come to more dangerous encounters....

Historical Survey of Pre-Christian Education

Simon Somerville Laurie - 1900 - عدد الصفحات: 411
...their play together. Of these, he who showed the most conduct and courage was made captain ; the others had their eyes always upon him ; obeyed his orders,...continued exercise of a ready and perfect obedience.' 1 (i. 106.) The age of the boys regulated the classification into different groups and classes. Up...

Social Control: A Survey of the Foundations of Order

Edward Alsworth Ross - 1901 - عدد الصفحات: 463
...captain. They had their eyes always upon him, obeyed his . orders, and underwent patiently whatever punishment he inflicted ; so that the whole course...continued exercise of a ready and perfect obedience." 1 In Athens there was no state system, and the child was educated primarily for himself. The profound...




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