Greek Oratory: Tradition and Originality

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GENERAL INDEX
abstract expression 41, 183, 277
abundance, topos 23, 60, 63, 77, 100, 121
Achilles 283
adoption 123-4
grounds for challenge 157, 266, 268-70 see also Isaeuspassim

adultery 55-8, 145

Aegina, Aeginetans123-4
Aegospotami, Battle of 65, 72-3, 86 n. 116
Aeschines 53, 102 n. 164, 117, 234-7, 257 n. 45, 270-6, 279-95, 343, 354
Aeschylus 16-17
affinity (anchisteia) 123-5, 130-2, 145, 149, 155 n. 91, 158, 268-9
a fortiori, see comparative argument
Agamemnon 320
Agis 271 n. 94
agon18-19, 22
Agoratus 64-8
Ajax 227 n. 197
Alcaeus 304 n. 35
Alce 151
Alcibiades 45, 73, 84-7, 98, 117, 120-2, 229
Alcmaeonids 121
Alexander the Great 283, 335-6, 344
Amazons 350
ambassadors 236
Amnesty, of 403 BC 48, 59
Amphipolis 217, 221
amplification 30 n. 11, 33, 170, 178 n. 33, 302
anacephalaiosis, see summary
anacrisis (preliminary hearing) 134 n. 22, 247, 266
anaphora17, 20, 35 n 31, 142 n. 53, 185, 229 n. 204, 239, 345
Anaximenes of Lampsacus, seeRhet. ad Alex.
Andocides 39, 42-53, 64, 108 n. 186, 113-14, 170, 279, 287, 343, 353 life 42, 44
Androcles 150-2
Androtion 198-204
antidosis109, 177 n. 26, 227, 267-8, 315-16
Antigone (Hyperid. 3) 331-2
antigraphe264 n. 68
Antipater 289, 329, 335
Antiphon 1, 27-41, 45, 77, 94, 108, 169, 353-5, 359 life 27, 42, 44
Antisthenes296 n. 2
antistrophe20, 238
antithesis17, 20, 40, 49, 77 n. 85, 87, 115, 162, 163 n. 108, 178 n. 33, 239, 302, 319
antonomasia229 n. 203
apagoge, see arrest, summary
aparithmesis20
Apaturius 252-3
Aphobus 171-83
Aphthonius 62 n. 28
Apollodorus, son of Pasion 122, 244, 248-9, 257-9, 339-43, 354
Apollodorus (Is. 7) 160-3
aporia45, 60, 121, 224 n. 187, 228, 336, 360
aposiopesis20, 109
apostrophe36, 90, 104, 148 n. 74, 170, 176, 183, 222, 228, 230, 249, 257, 272, 334, 337, 345, 361
appeal (ephesis) 261
apragmosyne, see retiring citizen, topos
Apsinus 3 n. 8, 12 n. 34
Arcadia, Arcadians 211-12
Archiades 268-70
Archidamus (III) 306-8
Archidice 268-70
Archinus, law of 119-20
Archippus 44, (Dem. 33) 253
Argos, Argives51, 69, 120, 233
Aristaechmus 250
Aristarchus 138-40
Aristides 281 rhetor 188 n. 65
Aristocrates 204-9
Aristodemus 279
Aristogeiton 198, 207 (Din. 2) 347
Aristomenes 138
Ariston:
(Dem. 54) 245-7
(Hyperid. 1) 329-30
Aristophanes 20-1, 132 n. 18 (Lys. 19) 94-8, 117

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  • Title Page *
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • List of Abbreviations x
  • I - The Early Rhetorical Tradition 1
  • 2 - Antiphon 27
  • Antiphon: Summary 40
  • 3 - Andocides 42
  • Andocides: Summary 52
  • 4 - Lysias 54
  • Isocrates Logographos 118
  • 5 - Isaeus 127
  • Isaeus: Summary 169
  • 6 - Demosthenes Logographos (part I) 171
  • 7 - Demosthenes Logographos (part Ii) 244
  • Demosthenes: Summary 277
  • 8 - Aeschines 279
  • Aeschines: Summary 294
  • 9 - Isocrates Sophistes 296
  • 10 - Lycurgus 324
  • Hyperides 328
  • II - Ceremonial Oratory 349
  • 12 - Conclusion 353
  • Appendix A the Tetralogies: Date and Authorship 355
  • Appendix B 360
  • Select Bibliography 369
  • Index of Speeches 377
  • General Index 379
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