He was born in Calagurris, Spain in 35 A.D. with a roman
rhetorician as a father. At 15 he was sent to Rome where he was educated in
rhetoric. After his education was complete, he returned to Spain and became a
rhetorician of worthy note there. He returned to Rome in 68 A.D. with the
Emporer Galba and and began to teach. He published three works, of which only
his Institutio Oratoria survived.
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