Visualizing Classical Rhetoric

I had a student ask if I could visually represent the orators/writers we’re covering for the first third of the semester for a 300-level Introduction to Rhetoric course. This is what I came up with. Very rough. Very, very rough. So rough. I think my students found it to be useful but now I’m thinking about how next semester I can really visualize the ancients in a way that will capture the “progression” without encouraging a merely linear reading.

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