It is the universal assumption that the husband will be considerably older than the wife: Plato puts the age of marriage for the [p. 2.134]man at from 25 or 30 to 35, for the wife at from 16 to 20 (Legg. iv. p. 721; vi. pp. 772, 785), and he affixes penalties for the man who doesContinue reading “Aristotle and Plato on the Ideal Age of Marriage”
Instead, we read to him about Magellan. (Really!)
This guy is ugly, but he is Definitely Gonna Make It. The Vikings have returned.