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The Three Literary Letters; (Ep. Ad Ammaeum I, Ep. Ad Pompeium, Ep. Ad Ammaeum II) download pdf

The Three Literary Letters; (Ep. Ad Ammaeum I, Ep. Ad Pompeium, Ep. Ad Ammaeum II) download pdf

The Three Literary Letters; (Ep. Ad Ammaeum I, Ep. Ad Pompeium, Ep. Ad Ammaeum II) by Dionysius
The Three Literary Letters; (Ep. Ad Ammaeum I, Ep. Ad Pompeium, Ep. Ad Ammaeum II)
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Author: Dionysius
Number of Pages: 40 pages
Published Date: 19 May 2012
Publisher: Rarebooksclub.com
Publication Country: Miami Fl, United States
Language: English
ISBN: 9781236250384
File size: 14 Mb
Download Link: The Three Literary Letters; (Ep. Ad Ammaeum I, Ep. Ad Pompeium, Ep. Ad Ammaeum II)
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1901 Excerpt: ...the country8.' Later on he writes thus on the subject of the third alliance: 'The Olynthians sent a fresh embassy to the Athenians, begging them not to see them irretrievably ruined, but to send out, in addition to the troops already there, a force consisting not of mercenaries but of Athenian citizens. Thereupon the Athenian people sent them other seventeen 1 Aristot. Rhet. III. 10, 7. 1 Philochorus, Fragm. 132 (Fragm. Hist. Graec. I. p. 405). 3 id. tb. galleys, together with two thousand heavy-armed infantry and three hundred horsemen conveyed in transports, the whole force being composed of citizens. The entire expedition was under the command of Chares1.' X Enough has been already said to expose the vain pretensions of those who affirm that the Rhetoric of Aristotle inspired Demosthenes. Before the date of the Rhetoric, Demosthenes had already delivered four orations against Philip and three on the affairs of Greece. He had also written for the law-courts five public speeches, which no one could brand as inferior, poor, and showing no signs of technical mastery, because composed earlier than the Rhetoric. Having, however, advanced thus far, I shall not halt, but show that his most famous speeches generally, whether addressed to the people or to the law-courts, had been delivered before the publication of the Rhetoric. Once more Aristotle himself shall be my witness. After the archonship of Callimachus, in whose year of office the Athenians sent their reinforcements to Olynthus at the instance of Demosthenes, came the archonship of Theophilus, in whose time Olynthus fell into the hands of Philip. Next came Themistocles, under whom Demosthenes pronounced the fifth of his orations against Philip. This speech, which is concerned with the protection of the i...

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