Deinarchus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- Athenian orator, late 4th century B.C.
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Deinarchus becomes an influential speaker at Athens.
Deinarchus delivers several speeches against Polyeuctus.
Deinarchus is accused of having secret dealings with Cassander, and
Deinarchus and other exiles are allowed to return to Athens.
Deinarchus, as an old man, brings a prosecution against Proxenus, whi
General comments on the public career of Deinarchus.
PLUTARCH, Lives of the Ten Orators
es, Aeschines, Lycurgus, Deinarchus, and Demades (none of
Hyperides, Aeschines, Lycurgus, Dinarchus, and a multitude
nothing about the orator Deinarchus, since the man was nei
ias and Paralus, as does Deinarchus in [his speech] Agains
the thesmothetes. Deinarchus in Against Himeraeus and Aga
speech belongs outside Deinarchus' period: for it was
Attic historians. Deinarchus has been seen} to have been
hed went into exile, including Deinarchus. There followed
the army.  Deinarchus speaks of this relationship
of Corinth - an associate of Polyperchon, killed in 318 B.C.
lon of Plataea and Deinarchus of Corinth, who passed for
- in documents
& Yesterday, Glaucus, Deinarchus the miser being about
(c. 280) iotas son of Nasiotas, Deinarchos son of Timaithos;
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