Greek rhetorician Libanius.


(314 - 393)

After the death of his rhetoric teacher, Libanius assigned himself the task of memorizing the ancient authors, later writing in his autobiography, “I think that I would have followed Odysseus’ example and spurned even marriage with a goddess for a glimpse of the smoke of Athens.”

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