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  Demosthenes   - Athenian general, killed in 413 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Just_4.4 hemselves, too, sent out Demosthenes and Eurymedon, in pla
Just_4.5 ten in a battle on land, Demosthenes began to advise that
Plut:Mor_833 ctment, and that against Demosthenes the general for movin
Polyaen_3.1.1 known to all the world. [1] & Demosthenes. Demosthenes,
Polyaen_3.1.2 garrison. & When Demosthenes was commanding the Acarnani

  Demosthenes 2   - the father of the orator Demosthenes
Plut:Mor_844 THENES, the son of Demosthenes by Cleobule, the daughter
Plut:Mor_850 Demosthenes, the son of Demosthenes the Paeanian, in the

  Demosthenes 3   of Paeania - Athenian orator, who died in 322 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
  + Demosthenic
324/21 Demosthenes attends the Olympic games as an envoy of the Athenians.
323/4 Demosthenes is found guilting of taking some of the money brought by
323/59 Demosthenes persuades some Peloponnesian cities to join in the war
323/60 Demosthenes saves the sons of Lycurgus from imprisonment.
323/61 :Epist_1-4, letters allegedly written by Demosthenes while in exile.
323/62 The Athenians recall Demosthenes from exile.
322/16 quot;Against Dionysodorus", a speech attributed to Demosthenes.
322/26 pass a sentence of death on Demosthenes, Hypereides and their leadin
322/35 Demosthenes performs regular exercises to improve the delivery of his
322/36 Demosthenes refuses to pay the price demanded by the courtesan Lais.
322/37 Demosthenes receives a bribe from some Milesian envoys, to prevent
322/38 Demosthenes takes pride in being recognised by an old Athenian woman.
322/39 Demosthenes says that delivery is the most important part of public
322/40 Demosthenes tells a story about the shadow of an ass, after the Athen
322/41 Other sayings of Demosthenes, addressed to Demades, Phocion, and othe
322/42 General comments on Demosthenes, an outstanding orator and a determin
322/43 Demosthenes commits suicide on the island of Calauria, to avoid being
315/29 Aeschines about a speech of Demosthenes: "What if you had heard the
279/7 Demochares, the Athenians pass a decree in honour of Demosthenes.
Plutarch,- PLUTARCH, Demosthenes
Lucian,- LUCIAN, Demosthenes - Demosthenis Encomium
    Within translations:
AnthPal_9.288 by the dead now, Demosthenes, but I shall be heavy to
Apollod:Fr_38 thus three years older than Demosthenes. In the archons
Arrian:Fr_9 sixth book relates how Demosthenes and Hyperides, Aristo
Athen_2.44 of his death. And Demosthenes the orator, who may well
Athen_6.242 Aeschines the orator, as Demosthenes tells us in the orati
Athen_6.245 full you are." And when Demosthenes received that goblet
Athen_6.252 Demochares the cousin of Demosthenes the orator, in the
Athen_6.267 Lycophron; and so did Demosthenes, in his oration again
Athen_6.270 Paeanian orator says [ Demosthenes, 3'33 ], to take some
Athen_11.496 the last syllable. Demosthenes, in his speech against Midi
Athen_13.573 habitants of Lydia." And Demosthenes the orator, in his
Athen_13.585 have done so. For Demosthenes, in his speech against Andr
Athen_13.588 her lovers, and so was Demosthenes the orator, and Dioge
Athen_* 13.592-594 * his Letters. But Demosthenes, in his oration against Nea
Athen_13.610 who was the cousin of Demosthenes, composed a defence
Athen_14.614 is testified to us by Demosthenes the orator in his Phi
Athen_14.645 kinds are mentioned by Demosthenes the orator, in his
Athen_14.653 ilon;ς. And Demosthenes, in his speech in defence
Cic:Brut_35 a complete orator: for Demosthenes is the man who approa
Cic:Brut_66 and quaintness; and as Demosthenes eclipsed the glory
Cic:Brut_121 We are told that even Demosthenes attended the lectures
Cic:Brut_138 as, among the Greeks, to Demosthenes and Hypereides, so
Cic:Brut_141 inguishing excellence of Demosthenes; in which he was so
Cic:Brut_142 him the observation of Demosthenes was eminently verifie
Cic:Brut_191 [191] & For even Demosthenes himself could not have said
Cic:Brut_* 285-290 * unlike each other than Demosthenes and Lysias? or than
Demetr:Eloc_181 is found in many passages of Demosthenes. Thucydides,
Demetr:Eloc_* 246-250 * on rough roads. Demosthenes' words are a case in point:
Demetr:Eloc_253 more forcible, as when Demosthenes says: `I could on my
Demetr:Eloc_270 following sentence of Demosthenes: `I did not speak thu
Demetr:Eloc_273 use of similes, as in Demosthenes' expression: `this
Demetr:Eloc_280 it may be quoted from Demosthenes: `Men of Athens, a
Diod_34.33 who was given the name Demosthenes, whenever he delivere
DionHal:Din_* 1-13 * invented by others, as Demosthenes, Aeschines and Hypere
Just_11.2 defection was the orator Demosthenes, who had been bribed
Just_13.5 ere. At that time Demosthenes, the Athenian orator, who
Lucill_11.142 eir speeches with phrases from Demosthenes and the old ora
Philoch_21 SUDA, "stone" & Demosthenes, in Against Conon [ 54'26
Philoch_33 HARPOCRATION & Theoric fund: Demosthenes in the Philippi
Philoch_43 POCRATION & Strymē: Demosthenes, in On the command
Philoch_46 thens was 6,000 talents: Demosthenes in On the symmories
Philoch_47 RATION & Sacred trireme: Demosthenes in the Fourth Philipp
Philoch_55 to the exhortations of Demosthenes, who advocated war
Philoch_56 solved, on the motion of Demosthenes, that all the funds
Philoch_60 HARPOCRATION & Theoris: Demosthenes, in Against Aristogei
Philoch_63 out the triremes. Demosthenes in For Ctesiphon [ 18'107
Philoch_69 from the (?) speech of Demosthenes and from the tenth
Philoch_144 it is not likely that Demosthenes reminded them of this
Philoch_150 Corinth: [Mentioned by] Demosthenes in the Philippics [
Philoch_151 IN DEM. Col.7 & Demosthenes could in this instance be
Philoch_156 nthus at the instance of Demosthenes, Theophilus was archo
Philoch_161 tell the truth, Demosthenes clearly proves this, when
Philoch_164 hens. [164] & Plut:Mor_847'A & Demosthenes dies by drinkin
Phylarch_75 Plut:Demosth_27 & Demosthenes and Pytheas argue at an ass
Plinius:Ep_1.2 ase, your old favourite, Demosthenes, and Calvus, to whom
Plinius:Ep_1.20 Lysias the examples of Demosthenes, Aeschines, Hyperides
Plinius:Ep_2.3 fter reading a speech of Demosthenes at Rhodes, he is said
Plinius:Ep_4.5 erwards read them one of Demosthenes' as well, and that
Plinius:Ep_4.7 hing your voice high, as Demosthenes says, †&dagger
Plinius:Ep_6.33 my previous efforts as Demosthenes' speech on behalf of
Plinius:Ep_7.30 elvidius & with the speech of Demosthenes against Meidias
Plinius:Ep_9.23 paid for my work, and if Demosthenes was justified in bein
Plinius:Ep_9.26 take the case of Demosthenes, who is the pattern and mod
Plut:Mor_188 his creditors. & Demosthenes the orator told him, If the
Plut:Mor_* 836-850 * years, till after the birth of Demosthenes. It is supposed
Plut:Phoc_* 5-9 * his view when he said, " Demosthenes was the better orator
Plut:Phoc_16 ours in time of peace." Demosthenes, however, carried it
Plut:Phoc_17 only by one man." [17] Demosthenes gave into invectives
Plut:Phoc_* 26-29 * directly towards Athens, Demosthenes and Hypereides fled
PsCallisth_* 2.3-5 * the Athenians called on Demosthenes to arise and advise
StephByz_70 Lacedaemonians. Demosthenes mentions this city in the

  Demosthenes 4   of Laconia - victor in the Olympic games, 316 B.C.
316/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Demosthenes of Laconia
    Within translations:
Euseb]:Chron_205 race 116th [316 B.C.] - Demosthenes of Laconia, stadion
FGrH_255.11 16th Olympiad [316 B.C.] Demosthenes of Laconia won the

  Demosthenes   - in documents
Crinag_6.350 cause you have led Demosthenes of Miletus to three victori
Syll_322 outalinos son of Rhoikos Demosthenes son of Telygetos
Syll_590 (c. 210-200)   nted as envoys: Demosthenes son of Erginos and S
THI_61.D (173-169)   s 70 [second]:   Demosthenes of Iasos, the son

Demosthenessee Damosthenes2

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