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Loeb Classical Library 244



Translated by W. R. M. Lamb

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$28.00 • £19.95 • €25.00

ISBN 9780674992696

Publication Date: 01/01/1930


736 pages

4-1/4 x 6-3/8 inches


Loeb Classical Library


  • Preface
  • Select Bibliography
  • General Introduction
  • Chronological Summary
  • I. On the Murder of Eratosthenes
  • II. Funeral Oration
  • III. Against Simon
  • IV. On a Wound by Premeditation
  • V. For Callias: Defence on a Charge of Sacrilege
  • VI. Against Andocides: For Impiety
  • VII. Before the Areopagus: Defence in the Matter of the Olive-Stump
  • VIII. Accusation of Calumny against Fellow-Members of a Society
  • IX. For the Soldier
  • X. Against Theomnestus, I
  • XI. Against Theomnestus, II
  • XII. Against Eratosthenes
  • XIII. Against Agoratus: In Pursuance of a Writ
  • XIV. Against Alcibiades, I: For Deserting the Ranks
  • XV. Against Alcibiades, II: For Refusal of Military Service
  • XVI. Before the Council: In Defence of Mantitheus at His Scrutiny
  • XVII. On the Property of Eraton: Against the Treasury
  • XVIII. On the Confiscation of the Property of the Brother of Nicias: Peroration
  • XIX. On the Property of Aristophanes: Against the Treasury
  • XX. For Polystratus
  • XXI. Defence against a Charge of Taking Bribes
  • XXII. Against the Corn-Dealers
  • XXIII. Against Pancleon
  • XXIV. On the Refusal of a Pension to the Invalid
  • XXV. Defence against a Charge of Subverting the Democracy
  • XXVI. On the Scrutiny of Evandros
  • XXVII. Against Epicrates and His Fellow-Envoys
  • XXVIII. Against Ergocles
  • XXIX. Against Philocrates
  • XXX. Against Nicomachus
  • XXXI. Against Philon, on His Scrutiny
  • XXXII. Against Diogeiton
  • XXXIII. Olympic Oration
  • XXXIV. Against the Subversion of the Ancestral Constitution of Athens
  • Index

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