Deinarchus   - in ancient sources @

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  Deinarchus   - Athenian orator, late 4th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
318/24 Deinarchus becomes an influential speaker at Athens.
307/32 Deinarchus delivers several speeches against Polyeuctus.
307/33 Deinarchus is accused of having secret dealings with Cassander, and
292/19 Deinarchus and other exiles are allowed to return to Athens.
290/4 Deinarchus, as an old man, brings a prosecution against Proxenus, whi
290/5 General comments on the public career of Deinarchus.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_36 es, Aeschines, Lycurgus, Deinarchus, and Demades (none of
DionHal:Din_* 1-13 * nothing about the orator Deinarchus, since the man was nei
Philoch_48 ias and Paralus, as does Deinarchus in [his speech] Agains
Philoch_64 the thesmothetes. Deinarchus in Against Himeraeus and Aga
Philoch_* 152-154 * speech belongs outside Deinarchus' period: for it was
Philoch_158 Attic historians. Deinarchus has been seen} to have been
Philoch_167 hed went into exile, including Deinarchus. There followed
Plut:Mor_843 the army. [843] Deinarchus speaks of this relationship

  Deinarchus 2   of Corinth - an associate of Polyperchon, killed in 318 B.C.
Plut:Phoc_33 lon of Plataea and Deinarchus of Corinth, who passed for

  Deinarchus   - in documents
OGIS_43 (c. 280)   iotas son of Nasiotas, Deinarchos son of Timaithos;

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