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Quintilian, Training of the Orator 6.3.29

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oratori minime convenit distortus vultus gestusque, quae in mimis rideri solent.

Not at all suitable for an orator is the distortion of face and of gesture; these things, done by actors of farces, are generally a source of laughter.

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November 30, 2013 at 12:00 PM

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