Ancient Private Tutor

Illustration

Leyla Johnson
by Mohawk Games
published on 06 July 2021

Artist's impression of a private tutor in ancient times, most likely in ancient Greece or Rome. As there were no public schools, private tutoring was how children of wealthy families were commonly educated in Greek and Roman society. For example, Alexander the Great was tutored by Aristotle.

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