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- son of Glaucippus; Athenian orator, who was killed in 322 B.C.
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+ Hypereidean , Hyperides
Hyper:Epit, Hypereides' Funeral Oration in honour of Leosthenes and
ryne removes her clothes while Hypereides is defending her in court.
nce of death on Demosthenes, Hypereides and their leading supporters,
saying of Hypereides, when he was accused by the Athenian people
General comments on the character and eloquence of Hypereides.
Hypereides is captured by Archias on the island of Aegina, and is put
ates how Demosthenes and Hypereides, Aristonicus of Maratho
aves. Accordingly, Hypereides, the orator, in his speech
is an oration extant of Hypereides the orator, who says
like buffoons." And Hypereides, in his oration agains
Athen_* 13.586-591 *
ion against Aristagoras, Hypereides says- "And again you
ho;α, it occurs in Hypereides the orator; and the
by his contemporaries Hypereides, Aeschines, Lycurgus,
acter, say they, of Lysias and Hypereides. I own it, and
must Lysias and Hypereides be so fondly courted, while
eeks, to Demosthenes and Hypereides, so now, among our own
or than Demosthenes and Hypereides? Or who more different
was Pericles,- such was Hypereides, and Aeschines,- and
as Demosthenes, Aeschines and Hypereides were. But since
resembled Lysias, on others Hypereides and Demosthenes.
orators, those imitating Hypereides, in their failure to
ra, 10 and learning that Hypereides was sent as an ambassa
ARPOCRATION & Colonetae: Hypereides in Against Apellaeus,
both his pupils; and some say, Hypereides and Isaeus too.
yet Demosthenes tells us that Hypereides was chosen in
companions in council Hypereides, Nausicles, Polyeuctus
were thus discovered: Hypereides being sick, Demosthene
Glaucippus, the son of Hypereides, among a thousand othe
mosthenes, Lycurgus, and Hypereides, addressed the people
ase, the saying of Hypereides to the people of Athens dese
to him Demosthenes, Lycurgus, Hypereides, and Charidemus.
ty, but without fruit." Hypereides rose up and said, "
Plut:Phoc_* 26-29 *
owards Athens, Demosthenes and Hypereides fled out of the
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