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Loeb Classical Library 500

The Lesser Declamations, Volume I

Quintilian

Edited and translated by D. R. Shackleton Bailey

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$28.00 • £19.95 • €25.00

ISBN 9780674996182

Publication Date: 05/08/2006

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480 pages

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

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  • Introduction
  • Declamations Minores
    • 244 Adulteress killed by exiled husband
    • 245 [Denier of deposit]
    • 246 The hero stepson drugged
    • 247 The property of a rich rapist
    • 248 Eight years for a double involuntary homicide
    • 249 Quashing of an adulterer hero
    • 250 Persons under stigma cast lots
    • 251 A barren rape-victim divorced
    • 252 The parasite who raped a candidate
    • 253 Tyrannicide willing to be surrendered
    • 254 Exile accuser and equal votes
    • 255 Deserters to be excluded
    • 256 Mad father of three sons
    • 257 Marriage between the children of enemies
    • 258 Hero defies hero father
    • 259 A poor man, liberator of a shipwrecked girl, husband
    • 260 Feeder of the disowned
    • 261 Equalization of properties
    • 262 The husband who raped a virgin
    • 263 Under stigma against three bills
    • 264 Cheating the Voconian Law
    • 265 Beater of a person under stigma in a temple
    • 266 Hero ex-traitor
    • 267 Abdicator of tyranny in tears close by the castle
    • 268 Orator, physician, philosopher
    • 269 Rich man who auctioned his property under a tyrant
    • 270 Raped girl, one of twins
    • 271 Three times a hero against third hero
    • 272 The bereaved traitress
    • 273 Debtor adulterer
    • 274 The tyrant struck by lightning
    • 275 Heir on account of an adulterous brother
    • 276 Property of a rapist who hanged himself
    • 277 The pregnant adulteress
    • 278 An exposer claiming ten thousand with a hero
    • 279 A rich man cuckolds a handsome youth
    • 280 Rapist returned
    • 281 Disowned-to-be with a sword
    • 282 A tyrannicide in woman’s clothing
    • 283 Cynic son of orator
    • 284 The adulterer-priest
    • 285 General, exile’s son
    • 286 The adulterer of his ex-fiancé brother
    • 287 Hero son of man on trial for treason
    • 288 The tyrannicide who killed two sons
    • 289 The lover of his daughter
    • 290 Disowner of a son brought back by reason of insanity
    • 291 Adulterer of a wife he had surrendered to his brother
    • 292 The noose of the beautiful Olynthian
    • 293 Tyranny over a conquered community
    • 294 Rich man, charged with treason, hero
    • 295 A madman, from chains a hero
    • 296 Exile, hold your tongue!
    • 297 Prostitute blinded by hero lover
    • 298 The rustic parasite
    • 299 A parricide’s bones dug up
    • 300 An adulteress prosecuted before her son as judge
    • 301 Girl raped as a slave by rich man
    • 302 Turned gladiator to bury his father
    • 303 Heroes accused of treason
    • 304 Three rewards of a rich priest
    • 305 Exiles forced to fight each other by rich man
    • 306 Exposed child, mother denying, seeking marriage
    • 307 Accomplice by poison of a traitor
    • 308 Two wills
    • 309 Rapist convicted
    • 310 Hero twice found guilty of adultery
    • 311 Addicted for debt free

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