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He indulged even more than Africanus in the new Roman taste for Renaissance -
style individualism which Cato so greatly deplored . And time after time , in the
years to come , it was to Scipio Aemilianus that the Romans turned in a crisis .
An intellectual sympathetic to Hellenism , Scipio Aemilianus had been educated
by a variety of Greek tutors , and was deeply interested in Greek literature and
philosophy : and indeed although there may not quite have been the ' Scipionic ...
Some senators supported Tiberius because they were displeased by the
appointment of Scipio Aemilianus to Spain . Tiberius was also supported by a
Stoic philosopher , Gaius Blossius , of a prominent anti - Roman family from
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