Fronto of Emesa

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Fronto of Emesa is a famous rhetorician and uncle of Cassius Longinus. He lived under the emperor Severus in Rome. Fronto taught rhetoric in Athens where he was a rival teacher to the first Philostratus and to Apsines of Gadara. He died in Athens, aged about 60.[1]