KORNUT Lucius Annaeus (Cornutus, Annaeus Lucius)( Latin and Greek grammars and philosopher)
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Kornut, Lucius Annaeus; Cornutus, Annaeus Lucius, I in. n. e., Latin and Greek grammars and philosopher. Born in mite in Africa. Name Annaeus received a freedman or a relative of Seneca. Teacher of rhetoric and philosophy in Rome. To his students saw themselves as Lucan and Persius, who has devoted to. fifth satire, praising him as the ideal teacher and philosopher. Along with cesium Bass K. after the death of Persia collected and published his works. Ok. 65 g. was banished from Rome. K. written in Greek and Latin works on grammar, rhetoric and philosophy. From his writings survived only one Greek work a brief description of the Greek representations of the gods. In it he expounds, mainly following the Chrysippus, Stoic basis of criticism of myths, which explains allegorically.