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(c. 360—290 bc)

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Attic Orators

Attic Orators  

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By the 2nd cent. ad there was a list of ten Athenian orators (Lysias, Isaeus, Hyperīdēs, Isocratēs, Dīnarchus, Aeschinēs (1), Antiphōn, Lycurgus, Andocidēs, Dēmosthenēs (2) whose classic status was ...
Didymus

Didymus  

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(1st cent. bc) belonged to the school founded at Alexandria by Aristarchus (2) and himself taught there. A scholar of immense learning and industry (cf. his nicknames Chalkenteros (‘Brazen-bowels’) ...
Dinarchus

Dinarchus (c.360–c.290 bc)   Reference library

George Law Cawkwell

The Oxford Classical Dictionary (4 ed.)

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the last of the Ten *Attic Orators (for the formation of the *canon, see Caecilius (1)...

Dinarchus

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George Law Cawkwell

Who's Who in the Classical World

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2003
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(c.360–c.290bc),

the last of the canonical Ten Attic Orators. For the outline of his life we largely depend on ...

Lysias

Lysias  

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Attic orator, d. c.380 bc. His work is discussed in Plato's Phaedrus; in Plato's Republic, his father Cephalus is an elderly Syracusan, resident as a metic in Athens, and friend of assorted Athenian ...

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