Isocrates - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Athens - a writer and teacher of rhetoric, 4th century B.C.
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mentioned it, nor has Isocrates in his Oration on the
shops and inns, although Isocrates the orator has said,
the tombs." [62.] But Isocrates also, the most modest
in the decline of life, Isocrates made his appearance,
our.  & After Isocrates came Lysias, who, though not
the same manner, Isocrates at first disclaimed the Art,
imitate the conduct of Isocrates with his two scholars
unique style, as Lysias, Isocrates and Isaeus were, nor
even as is the case of Isocrates' disciples and of Isocr
ery in the battle. Isocrates the teacher of rhetoric died,
invitations to dinner! Isocrates wrote his Panegyric at
een a pupil of the rhetorician Isocrates. But he turned
and they erected a statue of Isocrates . . . and inscrib
eloquent orator and older than Isocrates. Philiscus, his
aking himself a pupil to Isocrates the orator, he employed
od, he went to school to Isocrates, say some; but most are
hem; but the orations of Isocrates to athletes, because
acquainted with him; and Isocrates knew him concerned in
- Athenian archon, 205 B.C.
Athenian archon: Isocrates
- in documents
(266/5) tribe, with Isokrates [of Alopeke], son of Isok
(c. 196-192) or Theomnestos son of Isokrates Hegepolis son of An
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