5 edition of Isaeus (The Oratory of Classical Greece) found in the catalog.
August 1, 2007
by University of Texas Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||263|
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Though he occupies a firm place in the canon of the ten Attic orators, Isaeus seems not to have been an Athenian, but a metic, being a native of Chalcis in Euboea. From passages in his work he is inferred to have lived from about to BCE. But no contemporary mentions him, and it is from Dionysius of Halicarnassus that we learn he was the teacher of Demosthenes, a fact confirmed by. This book is a year survey of Swedish artist Meta Isæus-Berlin's installations. In piece after piece she has demonstrated her expert skill and power by staging objects that, taken together, have created breathtaking images. Meta Isæus-Berlin: Tidskapslar. ISBN: Book Design: Patric Leo.
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Forster (Translator) ISBN Format: Hardcover. Available in: he occupies a firm place in the canon of the ten Attic orators, Isaeus seems not to have been an Athenian, but a metic, Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your : $ Isaeus (The Oratory of Classical Greece) First Edition by Michael Edwards (Translator, Introduction)Format: Paperback.
The orator Isaeus lived during the fourth century BC and was said to be the teacher of Demosthenes, Athens' most famous orator. Of the fifty or more speeches he is believed to have written, eleven survive in whole, one as a large fragment, and others as smaller fragments.
This volume presents all the surviving works of cturer: University of Texas Press. Isaeus, (flourished first half of the 4th century bc, Athens [Greece]), professional speech writer specializing Isaeus book testamentary law, whose lucidity and logical method were a landmark in the development of forensic oratory.
Isaeus (c. BCE) composed speeches for others. He shares with Lysias pure Attic and lucidity of style, but his more aggressive and flexible presentation undoubtedly influenced Demosthenes. Of at least fifty attributed orations, there survive eleven on legacy cases and a.
Isaeus book (French Edition) [Isaeus.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Discours (French Edition). Book Description Isaeus, an Attic orator of the fourth century BCE, made speeches which exemplify the intrigue of ancient inheritance disputes. First published inthis learned edition of his surviving speeches, with a critical introduction and commentary by the classical scholar William Wyse (), remains a standard : Isaeus.
Isaeus. narrative, proof and epilogue with less rigidity than his predecessor. He also employs a more exhaustive and elaborate form of argument than had been used hitherto.
1 The examples are well chosen, and Dionysius’s main contention, that Isaeus is distinguished by technical brilliance and a relentless pursuit of rhetorical effect, is reflected in the considerable amount of technical.
Isaeus; Isaeus: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Isaeus; E S Forster. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: Greek and English. Description: xvii, pages 17 cm.
Contents: Introduction --The life and writings of Isaeus --The place of Isaeus among the attic orators --The Athenian laws of inheritance --The text. Isaeus displays the same cleverness in his writing that is the source of Demosthenes' rhetorical power, yet the cleverness and rhetorical skill make Dionysius suspect of both orators' speeches, which he opposes to the more natural, straightforward works of Lysias and Isocrates (Isaeus 4, cf.
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Isaeus. Attic oratory. But Isaeus’s oratory is in no sense represented as occupying a half-way position: he has been firmly assigned to the early period, 1 and Dionysius devotes most of the essay to a comparison of passages from Isaeus and Lysias (chs.
3–12). Lysias remains the standpoint from which the later orator is judged: he shows that Isaeus excelled Lysias in the invention and. The orator Isaeus lived during the fourth century BC and was said to be the teacher of Demosthenes, Athens’ most famous orator.
Of the fifty or more speeches he is believed to have written, eleven survive in whole, one as a large fragment, and others as smaller fragments. This volume presents all the surviving works of Isaeus. Isaeus.
Speeches. (Greek) search this work. Cleonymus [Isaeus 1] Menecles [Isaeus 2] Pyrrhus [Isaeus 3] Nicostratus [Isaeus 4] Dicaeogenes [Isaeus 5] Philoctemon [Isaeus 6] Apollodorus [Isaeus 7] Ciron [Isaeus 8] Astyphilus [Isaeus 9].
The speeches offer evidence on Greek moral views, social and economic conditions, political and social ideology, law and legal procedure, and other aspects of Athenian culture that have recently been attracting particular interest: women and family life, slavery, and religion, to name just a orator Isaeus lived during the fourth century Brand: University of Texas Press.
Isaeus by Michael Edwards,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(6).The orator Isaeus lived during the fourth century BC and was said to be the teacher of Demosthenes, Athens' most famous orator. Of the fifty or more speeches he is believed to have written, eleven survive in whole, one as a large fragment, and others as smaller fragments.
This volume presents all .OCLC Number: Notes: Greek and English on opposite pages. "First printedreprinted " Description: xvii, pages 17 cm. Series Title.