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The Book of Rules of Tyconius by F.C. Burkitt

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The letter or pamphlet which bears his name was addressed to him by Isokrates about April in 346. Philip is summoned as a Greek and a descendant of Herakles to levy war against Asia. Either he will conquer Persia, or at least he will detach from it all that lies westJason, Grote x. 266 (ch. 78): Cur- vi. § 1. 1 tius iv. 443. Isokrates notices Philippos § 81. As to the Jason's talk of going to Asia in Letter itself {Ep. ) see below. 3 the Philippos (Or. ) § 119; Ep. ix. § 13. their personal friendship in Ep.

65. s See esp. Antid. § 203. 4 rpih r) reTTapes T£>V dyeXaiav o-ixpurTuv, Panath. [xn] § IS. 6 Helen. Encom. [x] § 1. 42 THE ATTIC ORATORS. [OHAP. or deliberative) discourse; who professed to give a training, based on Rhetoric, for practical life1. Anaumi of The power of speaking, coherently and effectively, l Sophistic to journalism. m a L °. 1 ,. law-court, in a public assembly or a t a public festival, held a place in old Greek life roughly analogous to that which the journalistic faculty holds in modern Europe.

17. ) MaKp6/3iot § 23: (5) [Plut] Fit. Isocr. § 14: (6) Anon. Biogr. 's Isoer. p. xn). —LIFE. 33 Isokrates was buried on a piece of rising ground near the Kynosarges,—a sanctuary of Herakles, with a gymnasium, just outside the Diomeian Gate on the east side of Athens 1 . The tombs of his kindred were there,—covered once by six tablets of stone, which had disappeared, however, before the Plutarchic Life was written. On the tomb of Isokrates himself was a column about forty-five feet high, crowned with the image of a siren,-—• a symbol of winning eloquence in which only a thoroughly modern ingenuity could discover an unconscious irony.

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