7 edition of Apollodoros, the son of Pasion found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -202) and indexes.
|Series||Oxford classical monographs|
|LC Classifications||DF233.8.A66 T74 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 209 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||209|
|LC Control Number||92013297|
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Apollodorus, Pasion's first son, was born about , some ten years earlier than Demosthenes. As a man with a foreign accent, Apollodorus' father would probably not have been able to make more than a token effort at speaking in an Athenian court. The son, however, spoke perfect Attic Greek and presumably received some rhetorical training. Son of the Passion: The Story of Gabriel Francis Possenti on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Son of the Passion: The Story of Gabriel Francis PossentiManufacturer: St. Paul Editions.
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This book is a study of a colourful Athenian Politician of the fourth century BC, Apollodoros the son of Pasion. It provides the first full-length treatment of his career and of the seven law-court speeches he delivered, which have come down to us attributed - wrongly - to the famous orator Demosthenes.
This book is a study of an influential fourth-century B.C. Athenian politician, Apollodoros the son of Pasion. It provides the first full-length treatment if his career and of the seven law-court speeches which he delivered, which have come down to us wrongly attributed to Cited by: This book is a study of a colourful Athenian Politician of the fourth century BC, Apollodoros the son of Pasion.
It provides the first full-length treatment of his career Apollodoros of the seven law-court speeches he delivered, which have come down to us attributed - wrongly - 5/5(1). Apollodoros the Son of Pasion Hardcover – Nov. 1 by Jeremy Trevett (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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This book is a study of an influential fourth-century B.C. Athenian politician, Apollodoros the son of Pasion. It provides the first full-length treatment if his career and of the seven law-court speeches which he delivered, which have Apollodoros down to us wrongly attributed to the famous orator Demosthenes.
Buy Apollodoros the Son of Pasion by Jeremy Trevett from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ Apollodorus (Greek: Ἀπολλόδωρος, translit.
Apollodōros; – after BCE) of Acharnae in Attica was an Athenian politician known from several ancient forensic speeches which were preserved as part of the Demosthenic was the son of Pasion, a wealthy banker who had been granted Athenian citizenship in thanks for the gifts he had made to the city of Athens.
This thesis is a study of the fourth century B.C. Athenian politician Apollodoros the son of Pasion of Acharnae, and of the speeches which he delivered and which are preserved in the Corpus r 1 contains a chronological survey of the lives of Pasion and Apollodoros.
Historical people Art contexts. Apollodorus (painter), Athenian painter, who lived at the end of the 5th century BC and introduced great improvements in perspective and chiaroscuro Apollodorus (sculptor) Historians. Apollodorus of Artemita, 2nd-century historian of the Parthian empire; Apollodorus the Epicurean, author of the Life of Epicurus, a work famous in ancient Greece but no longer extant.
Apollodoros the son of Pasion. By Jeremy. Trevett I attempt to determine the social circles in which Pasion and Apollodoros moved, the extent to which they were accepted into Athenian high society, and the ways in which they tried to use their money to acquire social acceptance. The two appendices contain a discussion of the authenticity.
APOLLODORUS or Pseudo-Apollodorus is the name traditionally given to the author of the Greek work known as The Library or Bibliotheca, a compendium of myth sourced from old Greek epic and the plays of the work was traditionally ascribed to Apollodorus of Alexandria, a Greek scholar who flourished in the C2nd B.C., but his authorship is now dismissed.
This thesis is a study of the fourth century B.C. Athenian politician Apollodoros the son of Pasion of Acharnae, and of the speeches which he delivered and which are preserved in the Corpus Demosthenicum.
Chapter 1 contains a chronological survey of the lives of Pasion and Apollodoros. In Chapter 2, which contains an examination of the. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Apollodoros the Son of Pasion. Author: TREVETT Title: Apollodoros the Son of Pasion Publication: Oxford: Clarendon Press, Edition: First Edition Description: First ver. Octavo, pp. Ex-library with the usual markings.
Still a very good copy in the publisher's black cloth; a End date: Classical Texts Library >> Apollodorus, The Library >> Book 3 APOLLODORUS, THE LIBRARY 3 but according to Homer, Sarpedon was a son of Zeus by Laodamia, daughter of Bellerophon.
6 On the at him for not sacrificing the bull, Poseidon made the animal savage, and contrived that Pasiphae should conceive a passion for it. 18 In her love for. Apollodoros the Son of Passion. Apollodoros brings a graphe hybreos against Phormion for marrying his mother.
and supported him at the meeting with the arbitrator Teisias when the announcement of the decision in the action of Apollodoros against Phormion book place.  Clio fell in love with Pierus, son of Magnes, in consequence of the wrath of Aphrodite, whom she had twitted with her love of Adonis; and having met him she bore him a son Hyacinth, for whom Thamyris, the son of Philammon and a nymph Argiope, conceived a passion, he.
is a platform for academics to share research papers. Apollodoros, the likely author and principal speaker in Against Neaira, was the son of Archippe and Pasion, a former slave who, upon being freed, acquired ownership of a bank and was subsequently awarded Athenian Pasion’s death, both the bank and his widow (Apollodoros’ mother) passed to Phormion, a former slave of Pasion who, like him, had been freed and acquired Athenian.
Apollodorus is the traditional name ascribed to the otherwise anonymous author of the second century CE compilation known as the Book I, ch.
9, the author relates the history of the quest for the Golden Fleece, from its antecedents to the end of Medea's adventures.This volume contains an introduction, new edition of the Greek text, English translation, and detailed linguistic and historical commentary of Apollodoros' speech "Against Neaira" (4th century BC).
The introduction provides a comprehensive account of the historical and legal background, authorship, style, technique, manuscripts and textual tradition of the speech, and a radically new.Apollodorus, The Library (Epitome ) Icarus and Daedalus APOLLODORUS or (pseudo-Apollodorus) is the name traditionally given to the author of a Greek work known as The Library (or Bibliotheca), a compendium of myth sourced from old Greek epic and the plays of the Tragedians.
The work was traditionally ascribed to Apollodorus.