2 edition of Athens of Demosthenes. found in the catalog.
Athens of Demosthenes.
Arnold Hugh Martin Jones
by Cambridge U.P
Written in English
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Demosthenes ( BC) profoundly shaped one of the most eventful epochs in antiquity. His political career spanned three decades, during which time Greece fell victim to Macedonian control, first under Philip II and then Alexander the Great. Ian Worthington has authored and edited many outstanding works on Macedonia and fourth-century Athens. Most recently, he has written a biography of Philip II of Macedonia. 1 Demosthenes of Athens complements the previous work by examining the life of Demosthenes, perhaps best known as Philip’s greatest critic. Worthington’s deep knowledge of the period is .
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This speech made Demosthenes the leading politician in Athens for a time. Speech 18 (On the Crown or De Corona), delivered in BC, is Demosthenes’ most famous and influential oration. It resulted not only in Demosthenes receiving one of Athens’ highest political honors but also in the defeat and disgrace of Aeschines, who retired from. Athens had been at war with Macedonia since BC. King Philip of Macedon had already seized Amphipolis and Pydna, and was trying to annex Athens. Demosthenes viewed the King as a danger to the independence of all Greek cities and .
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Originally published inthis book contains the text of a lecture by Arnold Jones on the Athenian audience to the orations of Demosthenes.
Demosthenes famously castigated his fellow Athenians at many points in his career, and Jones examines the evidence provided by Demosthenes and his fellow orators for clues as to the real disposition of Cited by: 2. "Demosthenes' life is a powerful case study of the conflict between democracy and monarchy, and this book will be welcomed by both scholars and non-specialist readers because it is highly accessible, fair in its treatment of controversial issues, yet not afraid to state an by: 9.
Demosthenes was already 30 when, inhe made his first major speech before the Assembly. The speech, “ On the Navy Boards,” was a marked success.
The Assembly or Ecclesia (Ekklēsia), a legislative body composed of all adult male Athenian citizens, had convened to consider a rumoured threat against Athens by the King of Persia.
Demosthenes’ tightly reasoned oration. The era of Demosthenes is often overshadowed by the Hellenistic conquests of Alexander, and this book fills a needed vacancy in historical literature. Highly recommended; I suggest supplementing this book with the translations of This is one of the best books on Demosthenes and 3rd century Athens I know of/5.
War, Peace, and Alliance in Demosthenes' Athens; War, Peace, and Alliance in Demosthenes' Athens. War, Peace, and Alliance in Demosthenes' Athens. Get access. Buy the print book This book provides a comprehensive treatment of this subject. It deploys insights from a range of fields, from anthropology to international relations theory, in Cited by: Demosthenes' resolute and courageous defiance of Philip II of Macedonia earned for him a reputation as one of history's outstanding patriots.
He also enjoyed a brilliant and lucrative career as a speechwriter, and is regarded as Greece's greatest orator, as proved by the rhetorical style of his surviving speeches. Yet he was a sickly child who suffered from several physical and Author: Ian Worthington.
Demosthenes was a politician, and Athenian speaker considered the best speaker of ancient Greece. Coming from a family of wealthy businessmen, he lost his father when he was seven years old, and his tutors Áfobo, Demofonte, and Terípides abused their patrimony, so, as they approached the age of majority, they had to take long legal proceedings to preserve.
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plenty of orators. Born: BC Athens: Died: BC Island of Calauria, modern Poros: Demosthenes (– BC, Greek: Δημοσθένης) was a prominent Greek (– BC, Greek: Δημοσθένης) was a prominent GreekBorn: BC, Athens. Regarded as ancient Greece's greatest orator, Demosthenes lived through and helped shape one of the most eventful epochs in antiquity.
His political career spanned three decades, during which time Greece fell victim to Macedonian control, first under Philip II and then Alexander the Great. Demosthenes' resolute and courageous defiance of Philip earned for him a reputation as one.
The Peloponnesian War: Sicily (Part One), Demosthenes () The last chapters of Book Three, from Chapters 86 toreflect a change in strategy in the war for Sparta and Athens and Thucydides’ narrative changes to follow the activity.
The Sicilian Expedition. After Athens invaded Sicily in BC, a Spartan fleet arrived to reinforce their allies in Syracuse, with a stalemate ensuing.
In BC, Demosthenes and Eurymedon were sent with a new fleet of seventy-three ships and henes landed his troops and led a bold night attack on Syracusan forces. After initial success, the Athenians became. COVID Resources.
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Through a re-examination of the internal politics of Hellenistic Athens, both in terms of its key institutions and its political leaders, After Demosthenes provides a comprehensive analysis of Athenian political life from BC.
Drawing on literary and epigraphic evidence the book identifies those who participated in the governing of Pages: Demosthenes was born into a wealthy and probably aristocratic Athenian family, a typical background for a political career.
He never sought prestige in military command, which was common for political leaders of fourth-century Athens. Demosthenes' ancient biographers show great interest in his rhetorical training before entering public life.
Demosthenes ( BCE), orator at Athens, was a pleader in law courts who later became also a statesman, champion of the past greatness of his city and the present resistance of Greece to the rise of Philip of Macedon to supremacy/5(31).
Through a re-examination of the internal politics of Hellenistic Athens, both in terms of its key institutions and its political leaders, After Demosthenes provides a comprehensive analysis of Athenian political life from BC. Drawing on literary and epigraphic evidence the book identifies those who participated in the governing of.
Demosthenes ( BCE), orator at Athens, was a pleader in law courts who also became a champion of Athenian greatness and Greek resistance to Philip of Macedon.
His steadfastness, pungent argument, and control of language gained him early reputation as the best of Greek orators, and his works provide vivid pictures of contemporary life.
When Demosthenes (–) ventured into Athenian politics in the s, Athens was still the largest, wealthiest, and most powerful Greek polis. The territory of Attica had been peaceful and secure for nearly two generations following the upheavals of defeat in the Peloponnesian War. Get this from a library.
Demosthenes of Athens and the fall of classical Greece. [Ian Worthington] -- Demosthenes ( BC) profoundly shaped one of the most eventful epochs in antiquity. His political career spanned three decades, during which. Demosthenes (– BC, Greek: Δημοσθένης, Dēmosthénēs) was a well-known Greek statesman and orator from ancient Athens.
His speeches show the height of classical Athenian skill at speaking. They also show us lots about the politics and culture of ancient Greece during the 4th century BC. Demosthenes learned rhetoric by studying the speeches of previous great Born: BC, Athens.Life of Demosthenes.
Demosthenes was born in Athens about BC, in the Hellenistic was an Athenian citizen from a rich family (though not a VERY rich family like Plato) and so he got a good henes’ parents died when he was only seven years old, and his guardians stole most of his money. He wanted to take them to court to get his money .Read "War, Peace, and Alliance in Demosthenes' Athens" by Peter Hunt available from Rakuten Kobo.
Every Athenian alliance, every declaration of war, and every peace treaty was instituted by a decision of the assembly, Brand: Cambridge University Press.