Demades - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- an Athenian orator, killed in 319 B.C.
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Demades, Dionysius, Phocion, Theocritus and others react to the news
sayings of Demosthenes, addressed to Demades, Phocion, and others.
Demades urges Perdiccas to cross over into Europe to attack Antipater
Sayings of Demades, addressed to Phocion and others.
Antipater denounces Demades for his venality.
Demades is sent as an envoy to Macedonia, and is put to death togethe
henians on the motion of Demades, and how Antipater carrie
present day, Demosthenes and Demades, how very different
to trial, and yet fined Demades ten talents, because he
ave you all to know that Demades, the orator, became the
ycurgus, Deinarchus, and Demades (none of whose writings
 & The sayings of Demades, also, though thought to
said with respect to the Demadean vigour, which indeed has
that of war. And Demades, when the Athenians called upon
When he was dead, Demades the rhetorician likened the Mac
hat it to be done ? & Of Demades the rhetorician, now grow
ent, nor could he ever satisfy Demades with presents. &
AGIS THE YOUNGER. Demades said, the Laconians' swords wer
Lysicles the general, Demades the son of Demeas, Menesa
in 318 B.C.  Demades the orator, by studying in his
by humanity; but when Demades moved that Athens should
his own country. Demades one day said to him, " Why do
son of Hipparchus. Demades desired the people to give no
the city. As for Demades, he had not been able, in any
in Athens, Phocion and Demades : it is impossible either
PsCallisth_* 2.2-5 *
When Aeschines finished, Demades, a distinguished orator,
(320/19) ple, as proposed by Demades of Paiania, the son of
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