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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.
But it is Plutarch who relates this nonsense; therefore it must be respected, for he was a Greek.
Plutarch relates that Hephæstion and Craterus were fighting a duel, but were separated by Alexander.
The few writers (such as Plutarch) who use both tonos and harmonia do not observe any consistent distinction between them.
A good specimen of the writings of this class has survived in the dialogus de music of Plutarch.
Plutarch is dwelling on the superiority of the older and simpler music, and appeals to the opinion of Plato.
British Dictionary definitions for Plutarch
Cultural definitions for 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.