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ePub Greek Orators VI: Apollodorus Against Nearia: [Demosthenes] 59 (Aris and Phillips Classical Texts) (v. 6) download
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C. Carey
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Greek Orators VI Vol. IV : Apollodorus Against Neaira. The speeches written by the Greek Orators for delivery in law-courts, deliberative councils and assemblies enjoyed an honoured literary status, and rightly so, for the best of them have great vitality.

At the end of the book there is a lengthy bibliography and two appendices that provide, respectively, a synopsis of Demosthenes' argument and a timeline of all the relevant historical events.

Series: Aris and Phillips Classical Texts (Book 5). Paperback: 208 pages. At the end of the book there is a lengthy bibliography and two appendices that provide, respectively, a synopsis of Demosthenes' argument and a timeline of all the relevant historical events.

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Classical History, Classical Civilisation. Greek Orators II: Dinarchus and Hyperides. Greek Orators VI: Apollodorus Against Nearia. This book critically evaluates the speeches of both orators against Demosthenes and discusses Hyperides' funeral oration as an important historical source for understanding Athens in the last years of the reign of Alexander the Great. The history of the period of discussed in detail, as is the rhetorical style of the two orators.

The speeches written by the Greek Orators for delivery in law-courts, deliberative councils and assemblies enjoyed an honoured literary status, and rightly so, for the best of them have great vitality.

Apollodorus, The library. Greek and English on opposite pages. by. Apollodorus, of Athens; Frazer, James George, Sir, 1854-1941, edt trl. Publication date. Book digitized by Google from the library of University of California and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.

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