Cato The Killjoy
|Caption||Cato The Killjoy. Cato felt the Greek influence the soldiers had brought back to Rome was undermining the Roman way of life. His outbursts against the rising tide of decadence were unpopular and many called the puritan magistrate a "killjoy". Lent for scanning by The Gallery of Illustration.|
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|Keywords||Cato Rome ancient Rome Romans toga Greek insults killjoy black and white|
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