Plutarch at Chaeronea
He was born in rich family. After 67, he was able to study philosophy, rhetorics, and mathematics at the platonic Academy of Athens. He was one of the teachers of the future emperor, Hadrian. He received consular rank and was made procurator of Greece by the emperor Hadrian. He traveled widely and spent time at Rome where he gave public lectures on philosophy, also wrote many books. Plutarch died after his procurator ship, which was in 119, and before 125.