Greek Oratory: Tradition and Originality

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INDEX OF SPEECHES

Antiphon
1 Against the Stepmother27-30
2 Tetralogy 1: 7-10
3 Tetralogy 2: 10-14
4 Tetralogy 3: 14-16
5 The Murder of Herodes27, 34-40, 49 n. 24, 88
6 Death of a Chorus-Boy27, 30-4, 39 n. 39

Andocides
1 On the Mysteries44-9, 52
2 On his Return42-4, 52
3 On the Peace with Sparta49-52, 53

Lysias
1 The Killing of Eratosthenes55-8, 89, 91
2 Funeral Speech51 n. 31, 63 n. 36, 350
3 Against Simon91-3, 245
4 Malicious Wounding: A Defence112-13
5 For Callias113
6 Against Andocides113-14
7 On the Olive-Stump88-91
8 Accusation of Slander114-15
9 For the Soldier114
10 Against Theomnestus102-6
12 Against Eratosthenes58-64, 123, 200, 227, 277
13 Against Agoratus64-8
14 Against Alcibiades79, 85-7
16 For Mantitheus71 n. 68, 73, 93-4, 109, 124 n. 231
17 On the Estate of Eraton82-3
18 On the Confiscation of the Estate ofZZL Eucrates83-5
19 On the Estate of Aristophanes94-8
20 For Polystratus115-16
21 Defence on a Charge of Receiving Bribes 72-4
22 Against the Comdealers101-2
23 Against Pancleon116
24 For the Invalid106-10, 114, 124 n. 231
25 Subversion of the Democracy: Defence Speech70-2
26 Against Evander110-12
27 Against Epicrates98-9
28 Against Ergocles99-100
29 Against Philocrates100-1
30 Against Nicomachus74-6
31 Against Philon77-90
32 Against Diogeiton80-2
34 On the Constitution68-70

Isaeus
1 On the Estate of Cleonymus129-33
2 On the Estate of Menecles157-9
3 On the Estate of Pyrrhus163-7
4 On the Estate of Nicostratus145-6
5 On the Estate of Dicaeogenes133-7
6 On the Estate of Philoctemon149-54
7 On the Estate of Apollodorus160-3
8 On the Estate of Ciron140-5
9 On the Estate of Astyphilus146-9
10 On the Estate of Aristarchus138-40
11 On the Estate of Hagnias154-7
12 For Euphiletus128 n. 5, 167-9

Demosthenes
1 Olynthiac I220-2
2 Olynthiac II222-4
3 Olynthiac III209, 216, 224-6
4 Philippic I217-20
5 On the Peace230-2
6 Philippic II232-4
8 On the Chersonese237-9, 242
9 Philippic III239-41
10 Philippic IV241-3
13 On the Public Fund215-17
14 On the Symmories209-12, 214
15 For the Liberation of the Rhodians213-15
16 For the Megalopolitans211-13
18 De Corona (On the Crown)270-6, 351
19 On the Embassy234-7
20 Against Leptines192-8, 278, 353
21 Against Meidias226-30
22 Against Androtion192 n. 81, 198-201, 214
23 Against Aristocrates204-9, 215-17, 278, 353
24 Against Timocrates201-4, 278, 353
25, 26 Against Aristogeiton I, II244, 264
27 Against Aphobus I172-6
28 Against Aphobus II176-8, 277
29 Against Aphobus III (For Phanus)178-80
30 Against Onetor I180-2

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