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Orations, Volume VI

Orations 50-59: Private Cases. In Neaeram

Demosthenes

Translated by A. T. Murray

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$28.00 • £19.95 • €25.00

ISBN 9780674993860

Publication Date: 01/01/1939

Loeb

464 pages

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

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  • Bibliography
  • Order of the Orations according to Blass’s Text
  • Table of Athenian Money
  • 50. Apollodorus against Polycles for Expenses Incurred while Serving as Trierarch beyond the Appointed Time
    • Introduction
    • Text and Translation
  • 51. On the Trierarchic Crown, by an Unknown Pleader
    • Introduction
    • Text and Translation
  • 52. Apollodorus against Callippus
    • Introduction
    • Text and Translation
  • 53. Apollodorus against Nicostratus in the Matter of Information Filed concerning Slaves of Arethusius
    • Introduction
    • Text and Translation
  • 54. Ariston against Conon, an Action for Assault
    • Introduction
    • Text and Translation
  • 55. The Son of Teisias against Callicles, regarding Damage to a Piece of Property
    • Introduction
    • Text and Translation
  • 56. Dareius against Dionysodorus in the Matter of a Loan
    • Introduction
    • Text and Translation
  • 57. Euxitheus against Eubulides, an Appeal
    • Introduction
    • Text and Translation
  • 58. Epichares against Theocrines, a Criminal Information
    • Introduction
    • Text and Translation
  • 59. Theomnestus and Apollodorus against Neaera
    • Introduction
    • Text and Translation

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