3 edition of Isaeus found in the catalog.
|Statement||with an English translation by Edward Seymour Forster ...|
|Series||Loeb classical library|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 486 p.|
|Number of Pages||486|
Get this from a library! Isaeus. [Isaeus; E S Forster] -- 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. 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 : Paperback.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Isaeus by Richard F. Wevers, , Mouton edition, in English Isaeus ( edition) | Open LibraryCited by: 2. 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 .
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Isaeus took no part in politics, but composed speeches for others, particularly in cases of inheritance. While he shares with Lysias the merits of a pure Attic and a lucidity of style, Isaeus is more aggressive and more flexible in his presentation; and in these respects he undoubtedly influenced : Hardcover.
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Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that Isaeus book getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats both work. 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 cturer: University of Texas Press. Isaeus, (flourished first half of the 4th century bc, Athens [Greece]), professional speech writer specializing in testamentary law, whose lucidity and logical method were a landmark in the development of forensic ing to tradition, he was the pupil of the influential speechwriter Lysias and teacher of the great orator and statesman Demosthenes.
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 Isaeus book least fifty attributed orations, there survive eleven on legacy cases and a large fragment dealing with a claim of citizenship.
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Price New Author: Isaeus. Hermippus' second fact was that Isaeus taught Demosthenes, a tradition that recurs in the pseudo-Plutarchan Lives of the two orators (f, b-c), in the expanded form that Isaeus lived in Demosthenes' house and composed for him the early speeches prosecuting his guardians.
It was his teaching of Demosthenes that chiefly won Isaeus fame. Isaeus. himself but by his elder half-brother, the son of Hegesippus by a former marriage, acting as his advocate. As Dionysius explains in his argument, the facts of the case have already been stated and the various relatives have given their evidence; the speaker in the passage before us then proceeds to confirm the evidence by showing that the witnesses had no motive for.
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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.
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Date: 08/01/ Publisher: University of Texas Press. Isaeus. by Michael Edwards | Read Reviews. Paperback View All Available Formats & Editions. Current price is, Original price is $ YouPrice: $ Isaeus (c. BCE) composed speeches for others. He shares with Lysias pure Attic and lucidity of style, but his more aggressive and flexible.
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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.
Book Description: This is the eleventh volume in the Oratory of Classical Greece. This series presents all of the surviving speeches from the late fifth and fourth centuries BC in new translations prepared by classical scholars who are at the forefront of the discipline.
One of the very few facts we know about Isaeus is that he was a. The reputation of Isaeus as a speech-writer rested mainly on his skill in dealing with cases of inheritance (κληρικοὶ λόγοι).
No doubt his speeches on this topic came first in the collected Corpus of his works, for which our ms. authority ends abruptly in the middle of the eleventh oration.
They show an extraordinary grasp of the. 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.
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Isaeus VIII. On the Estate of Ciron Introduction. Ciron having died without leaving a son, two claimants contested his estate. One was the son of his brother; the other claimed to be the son of his daughter, and is the speaker of the present oration.
a Ciron had been twice married. By his first wife, who was also his first cousin, he had, according to the speaker, a daughter, who. 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.OCLC Number: Notes: Greek and English on opposite pages.
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