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Marcus Cato Porcius, the Censor (or Major, the Elder, I, 37) (234-149), author, 1.104; 3.1. orator, 3.104. soldier, served in Second Punic War (217-202); statesman, responsible for the destruction of Carthage (146), 1.79; the Wise, 3.16. consul (195); censor (184); stalwart champion of the simple life and stern morals, 2.89. bitterly opposed luxury and Greek culture; yielded in old age.
Corinth a famous city at the Isthmus of Corinth; wealthy; next to Athens, richest in treasures of art; head of the Achaean League; sacked and utterly destroyed by the Romans under Mummius (146), 1.35; 2.76; 3.46. see Scipio and Spinther and Sulla.
Lucius Mummius Achaicus as consul (146) broke up the Achaean League, razed Corinth to the ground, 1.35; 2.46. carried to Italy untold treasures of wealth and art, 2.76.
M. Tullius Cicero, De Officiis: index (ed. Walter Miller), Publius Cornelius Scipio Aemilianus Africanus Minor (search)
Publius Cornelius Scipio Aemilianus Africanus Minor son of Aemilius Paulus Macedonicus, 1.116, 121. adopted son of Publius Africanus's son, 1.121. friend and pupil of Panaetius, 1.90. intimate friend of Laelius (q.v.) and devoted to literature; serious, earnest, 1.108. self-control, 2.76. a great soldier, 1.76, 116. at Pydna (168) with his father; captured and destroyed Carthage (146) and Numantia (133), 1.35; 2.76. a statesman of high ideals, a bitter rival and yet a friend of Quintus Metellus, 1.87.