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I. Sulla

II. Nero

III. Augustus

IV. Domitianus

V. Varus(I hate him-i guess i hate a little of myself come to think of it)

 

Neat link--thanks.

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Hadrian

Horace

Claudius

Julius Caesar

Paulus (which one?)

 

I was really pulling for being one of the Gracchi.

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Got Seneca, Marcus Aurelius, Augustus, Livius, and Caius Marius.... Im wondering if they mean Seneca the Elder or Seneca the Younger. If nothing else that distinction could point to my propensity for suicide, haha.

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I got

 

I. Trajan

II. Varus

III. Sulla

IV. Horace

 

All of them were pretty close so I gotta wonder how does Horace fit in

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According to the quizz:

 

Horatius Flaccus, Hadrian, Lucretius, Gaius Marius, Livius...

 

How I really feel:

 

 

When I feel studious: Galen, the physician.

 

When I feel decadent (but noble): Gaius Petronius as depicted in Quo Vadis.

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fAzzFJgH-ww

 

I love Petronius's insincere flattery of the degranged Nero in this scene:

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xP2b_TSh95w

 

guy also known as gaius

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Like most I seem to have provided myself with a confused result, I never considered myself that much of a 'Stoic' although Livy's histrical bent does ring a few bells.

 

I suspect it's more to do with where the very jerky slide bar stopped when I tried moving it to indicate the priority I gave to each answer than precisely where the question setter drew the questions or even how close I am to the individuals listed.

 

i. Seneca

ii Livius

iii Marcus Aurelius

iv Augustus

v Q. Horatius Flaccius

 

Possibly something to keep a record of and go back to in a few months time to see if the same result is derived - I bet it isn't. :lol:

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I got :

#1 is: Plotinus

#2 is: Marcus Aurelius

#3 is: Cato Maior

#4 is: Seneca

#5 is: Paulus

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I got :

#1 is: Plotinus

#2 is: Marcus Aurelius

#3 is: Cato Maior

#4 is: Seneca

#5 is: Paulus

 

 

You really go for the philosophers, eh?

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I love the variety of options in this quiz.

 

May #1 is: Claudius

My #2 is: Iulius Caesar

My #3 is: Livius

My #4 is: Marcus Aurelius

My #5 is: Plotinus

My #6 is: Cato Maior

 

Guess this means I'm misunderstood and underestimated. What an opportunity to live!

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I got:

 

1. Marcus Aurelius

2. Nero (From MA to Nero? That's a bit of a stretch...i think)

3. Seneca

4. Cato Major

5. Martialis

 

Julius Caesar is my #9. I was hoping for Catullus but he's freaking #12. Caesar Augustus is #16. The Gracchi are #23. And Lucretius brings up the rear at #24.

 

1. Caesar

2. Hadrianus

3. Nero

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1st. Quintus Horatius Flaccus - At the risk of showing a chink of weakness before my fellow forum members, I really don't know who this chap is. Wikipedia beckons!

 

=2nd. Claudius - Much admired by me. I have "I Claudius" on DVD, so I shall watch it again.

 

=2nd. Hadrianus - This chap was my prediction. Certainly had some traits that I admire, but attempted religious genocide wasn't one of them.

 

=2nd. Livius - I don't see it. In his writing, Livy seemed to have a tendency to go on . . and on . . and on . . and on . . and on. I, on the other hand . . ?

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