Plutarch recommended a general recipe of combining two to three parts water for one part wine.
There used to be great books on the sorts of lives that should be emulated, by people like Plutarch and Castiglione.
Are you inclined to part with the cup that belonged to my namesake Plutarch?
Plutarch quotes them again "On Contentedness of Mind," § xi.
Plutarch (De Garrulitate, 10) says that speech beyond control is like a ship out at sea, broken loose from its moorings.
There is no hint of them in Plutarch, no word about them in the play.
What profit shall he not reap as to the business of men, by reading the Lives of Plutarch?
Then he read a chapter in Plutarch about Alexander the Great.
Evidence from other sources, no less than the monuments, confirms these accounts of Diodorus and Plutarch.
It is done with infinite wit and humour, in the manner of Plutarch.
An ancient Greek biographer noted for his ethical insights. He evaluated the character and conduct of many Greek and Roman rulers in his major work, popularly known as Plutarch's Lives.