Definition of Quintilian in English:

Quintilian

Line breaks: Quin|til¦ian
Pronunciation: /kwɪnˈtɪlɪən
 
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( Circa 35-circa 96 ad), Roman rhetorician; Latin name Marcus Fabius Quintilianus. He is best known for his Education of an Orator, a comprehensive treatment of the art of rhetoric and the training of an orator.

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