Sources on the Greek Orators

Rhetorical Sources

Allen, Danielle S. "Changing the Authoritative Voice: Lycurgus' Against Leocrates."Classical Antiquity 19 (2000): 5-33.
Ashton, N. G. "The Lamian War: A False Start?" Antichthon 73 (1983): 47-63.
Bicknell, P. J. "Voting in Tribal Groups in the Athenian Assembly." Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies 28 (1987): 51-92.
Billault, Alain. "The Rhetoric of a 'Divine Man': Apollonius of Tyana as Critic of Oratory and as Orator According to Philostratus." Philosophy and Rhetoric 26 (1993): 227-235.
Burke, E. M. "Contra Leocratem and De corona: Political collaboratio?" Phoenix 31 (1977): 330-340.
Carey, Christopher. "Structure and Strategy in Lysias XXIV." Greece & Rome 37 (1990): 44-51.
Cargill, J. "Demosthenes, Aeschines, and the Crop of Traitors." Ancient World 11 (1985): 75-85.
Cawkwell, G. L. "Euboea in the Late 340's." Phoenix 32 (1978): 42-67.
Diller, A. "The Manuscript Tradition of Aeschines' Orations." Illinois Classical Studies 4 (1979): 34-64.
Dmitriev, Sviatoslav. The Orator Demades : Classical Greece Reimagined through Rhetoric. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2021.
Dorjahn, A. P, and W. D. Fairchild. "Antiphon and Improvisation." Classical Bulletin 50 (1973-1974): 29-31.
Dyck, A. R. "The Function and Persuasive Power of Demosthenes' Portrait of Aeschines in the Speech On the Crown." Greece and Rome 32 (1985): 42-48.
Ellis, J. R. "Philip's Thracian Campaign of 352-351." Classical Philology 72 (1977): 32-39.
Fairchild, W. D. "The Argument from Probability in Lysias." Classical Bulletin 55 (1979): 49-54.
Fogelmark, S. "A Troublesome Antithesis: Lysias 12.88." Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 83 (1979): 109-142.
Gagarin, Michael. The Murder of Herodes: A Study of Antiphon 5.
Gaines, Robert N. "Identification and Redemption in Lysias' Against Eratosthenes." Central States Speech Journal 30 (1979): 199-210.
Hansen, Mogens Herman. The Athenian Democracy in the Age of Demosthenes : Structure, Principles, and Ideology. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1991.
Hansen, Mogens Herman."Two Notes on the Pnyx." Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies 26 (1985): 241-250.
Harris, Edward M. Aeschines and Athenian Politics. New York: Oxford UP, 1995.
Harris, Edward M. "The Date of Apollodorus' Speech against Timotheus and Its Implications for Athenian History and Legal Procedure." American Journal of Philology 109 (1988): 44-52.
Harris, Edward M. "When was Aeschines Born?" Classical Philology 83 (1988): 211-214.
Jebb, R. C. The Attic Orators from Antiphon to Isaeos. 2 vols. New York: Russell and Russell, 1962.
Johnstone, Christopher Lyle. "Greek Oratorical Settings and the Problem of the Pnyx: Rethinking the Athenian Political Process." Theory, Text, Context: Issues in Greek Rhetoric and Oratory. Albany : State U of New York P, 1996. 97-127.
Jones, Arnold Hugh Martin. The Athens of Demosthenes. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1952.
Kindstrand, J. F. The Stylistic Evaluation of Aeschines in Antiquity. Acta Univ. Upsal. Studia Graeca Upsaliensia 18. Stockholm: Almquist & Wiksell, 1982.
Lateiner, D. "An Analysis of Lysias' Political Defense Speeches." Rivista storica dell Antichita 11 (1981): 147-160.
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Lattimore, Steven. "Two Men in a Boat: Antiphon, on the Murder of Herodes 42." Classical Quarterly 37 (1987): 502-504.
Montgomery, H. The Way to Chaeronea: Foreign Policy, Decision Making and Political Influence in Demosthenes' Speeches. Oslo: Oslo Universitetsforlaget, 1983.
Murphy, Thomas M. "The Vilification of Eratosthenes and Theramenes in Lysias 12." American Journal of Philology 110 (1989): 40-49.
Ochs, Donovan J., and Ronald J. Burritt. "Perceptual Theory: Narrative Suasion of Lysias." Explorations in Rhetorical Criticism. Ed. Charles J. Stewart, Donovan J. Ochs, and Gerald P. Mohrmann. University Park and London : Penn. State U.P., 1973. 51-74.
Pearson, L. "Hiatus and Its Purposes in Attic Oratory." American Journal of Philology 96 (1975): 138-159.
Pendrick, Gerard. "Once Again Antiphon the Sophist and Antiphon of Rhamnus." Hermes 115 (1987): 47-60.
Perlman, S. "Panhellenism, the Polis, and Imperialism." Envoys and Diplomacy in Ancient Greece. Historia Einzelschriften 22. Wiesbaden: Steiner, 1973.
Pope, M. "Athenian Festival Judges. Seven, Five, or However Many." Classical Quarterly 36 (1986): 322-326.
Saunders, A. N. W., trans. Demosthenes and Aeschines. Baltimore: Penguin, 1975.
Schmitz, Thomas A. "Plausibility in the Greek Orators." American Journal of Philology 121 (2000): 47-77.
Sinclair, R. K. "Lysias' Speeches and the Debate about Participation in Athenian Public Life." Antichthon 22 (1988): 54-66.
Usher, S. "Lysias and His Clients." Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies 17 (1976): 31-40.
White, Stephen A. "Thrasymachus the Diplomat." Classical Philology 90 (1995): 307-327.
Whitehead, D. "The Political Career of Aristophon." Classical Philology 81 (1986): 315-319.
Wooten, Cecil W. "Abruptness in Demetrius, Longinus, and Demosthenes." American Journal of Philology 112 (1991): 493-505.
Wooten, Cecil W. Cicero's Philippics and Their Demosthenic Model: The Rhetoric of Crisis. Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina P, 1983.
Wooten, Cecil W. "Clarity and Obscurity in the Speeches of Aeschines." American Journal of Philology 109 (1988): 40-43.
Wooten, Cecil W. "The Speeches in Polybius: An Insight into the Nature of Hellenistic Oratory." American Journal of Philology 95 (1974): 235-251.
Worman, Nancy. "Odysseus Panourgos: The Liar's Style in Tragedy and Oratory." Helios 26 (1999): 35-69.

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