Thrasea Paetus was a Roman who stood up against tyranny and injustice, even in the face of death

Statue of Thrasea Paetus

Thrasea Paetus

His courage and belief in justice are inspiring and serve as a reminder that one person can make a difference in the world. Follow his example and find a role model to guide you in tough situations, just like he did with Cato. Thrasea’s legacy as a Stoic who resisted oppression shows that power can be challenged and history can be changed by individuals with a strong sense of duty and purpose.

THE HALL OF STOIC PHILOSOPHERS

Junius Rusticus

Seneca

Marcus Aurelius

Epictetus

Statue of Thrasea Paetus

Thrasea Paetus

Lucius Annaeus

Diotimus

Publius Rutilius Rufus

Porcia of Cato

Cicero

Posidonius

Panaetius of Rhodes