Aeschines - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Athens - orator and political opponent of Demosthenes
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remark of Aeschines about a speech of Demosthenes: "What if you had
Aeschines introduces the study of rhetoric at Rhodes.
description of a statue of Aeschines.
The death of Aeschines, at Samos.
was the son-in-law of Aeschines the orator, as Demosthe
of payment. And Aeschines the orator has said something
ntemporaries Hypereides, Aeschines, Lycurgus, Deinarchus,
rom either of them, than Aeschines? Which of them, then,
such was Hypereides, and Aeschines,- and such, in the most
ted by others, as Demosthenes, Aeschines and Hypereides
porting speech for Aeschines against Deinias: "I would wis
rvice in the eponymous [list]: Aeschines in On the Embassy
who, being assisted by Aeschines, took the affair in han
[364 B.C.]. When Aeschines, being condemned, fled from
retracted, Diodotus and Aeschines endeavouring to prove
in the temple at Delos; Aeschines being chosen on the beh
PsCallisth_* 2.2-5 *
the session, the orator Aeschines arose and said: "Men
- a follower of Socrates
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DIOGENES LAERTIUS, Life of Aeschines
ever supposed that Aeschines, the pupil of Socrates, would
logues of Plato, Xenophon, and Aeschines. For when a dispu
of Elis - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 760 B.C.
race 5th [760 B.C.] - Aeschines of Elis, stadion race
- a pupil of the philosopher Carneades, in the 2nd century B.C.
has many pupils, including Aeschines, Cleitomachus, Mentor, Metrodo
of Miletus - an orator, 1st century B.C.
Aeschines of Miletus is sent into exile for speaking too freely in
ian, and my contemporary Aeschines the Milesian; for they
Glaucias of Miletus - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 17 A.D.
199th [17 A.D.] - Aeschines Glaucias of Miletus, stadion
- fought against Pyraechmes in single combat; called Degmenus by other writers
rious in single combat against Aeschines, who was armed wit
- Athenian archon, 75 B.C.
Athenian archon: Aeschines
- in documents
(235/4) Erchia, the son of Aischines Diokles of Hamaxanteia
43/2 ] Sosimenes son of Aischines Antiochos son of Ai
(c. 300) taxes to Teisandros, Aischines, Charoppes and Nika
(201/0) os Damon son of Damon Aischines son of Mnaïstr
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