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01/2018, ISBN 1783745916
"Cicero composed his incendiary Philippics only a few months after Rome was rocked by the brutal assassination of Julius Caesar. In the tumultuous aftermath of... 
Classics | Literature
eBook
Mnemosyne, ISSN 0026-7074, 03/2019, Volume 2019, Issue 2, pp. 273 - 283
Abstract In sections 34-35 of the First Philippic, Cicero makes a powerful threat against Antony by engaging in allusive role-play that makes dual use of... 
oratory | Philippics | ancestors | Antony | exempla | Cicero | CLASSICS
Journal Article
2018, ISBN 9781783745890
Cicero composed his incendiary Philippics only a few months after Rome was rocked by the brutal assassination of Julius Caesar. In the tumultuous aftermath of... 
the Senate | Philippics | original Latin text | study questions | A-Level | vocabulary aids | Julius Caesar | rhetoric | Mark Antony | commentary | Cicero
eBook
Rhetorica - Journal of the History of Rhetoric, ISSN 0734-8584, 09/2013, Volume 31, Issue 4, pp. 349 - 371
Journal Article
Rhetorica - Journal of the History of Rhetoric, ISSN 0734-8584, 02/2010, Volume 28, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 22
[...] there are only two general ideas developed in the speech: that Philip has broken the peace and is thus already at war with Athens (4-20 and 38-60) and... 
Recurrence | Philippics | Third Philippic | Ring-composition | Emotion | Logic | Structure | Demosthenes | Olynthiacs | recurrence | emotion | logic | LITERATURE | ring-composition | structure | HISTORY | Classical orations | Analysis | Peace | Speeches | Politics
Journal Article
2011, Viator-Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Volume 42, Issue 1, 37
For many who took up his story in the Middle Ages Alexander the Great was not so much a historical ruler of Macedon as he was a legendary figure of adventure... 
English humanism | romance | Philippic Histories | Roman notions of power | St. Albans | Nicholas Trevet | Parva recapitulatio | historiography | Alexander the Great | classical tradition | MEDIEVAL & RENAISSANCE STUDIES
Book Chapter
Rhetorica - Journal of the History of Rhetoric, ISSN 0734-8584, 05/2008, Volume 26, Issue 2, pp. 99 - 111
This paper argues that Cicero's reading of Demosthenes' De corona and his preoccupation with Demosthenes at the time he was composing the Brutus and in... 
Brutus | Figures of thought | Philippics | De corona | Orator | Sententiae | Demosthenes | Cicero | sententiae | LITERATURE | figures of thought | HISTORY | rhetorical criticism | literary theory and criticism | Cicero(106-43 B.C.) | Demosthenes(385 B.C.-322 B.C.) | Orationes | Orators | Works | Demonstrations & protests
Journal Article
01/2013, ISBN 9780199641895
This essay examines an often overlooked aspect of M. Antonius, the triumvir, namely, his career as an orator. Despite the rather substantial number of... 
Oratory | Philippics | M. Antonius | Cicero
Book Chapter
06/2017, ISBN 9782713223662
Cicero’s Philippics provide a useful case study of the interrelationship of different modes of ritualization: linguistic, religious, and political. In Cicero’s... 
Religion | History
Book Chapter
12/2002, ISBN 0520229568
This chapter examines Didymus's commentaries on Dem. 9–11 and 13, which compose the P.Berol.inv.9780. It notes that most of the commentary on Dem. 9, or... 
commentaries | classical literature | Reply to Philip's Letter | P.Berol.inv.9780 | Fourth Philippic | Third Philippic | On Organization | Didymus
Book Chapter
11/2010, ISBN 1405179368, 19
This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Literary Evidence Epigraphic Evidence Conclusion Bibliographical Essay 
Diodorus in the Peloponnesian War ‐ episodes in connection with Archelaus | Aristotle's life in Macedonia ‐ as tutor of Alexander the Great | Herodotus, earliest historian, whose work survives ‐ three kinds of material on Macedonia | ‘Philippic histories’ by fourth‐century writers, Theopompus (FGrH 115) and Anaximenes (FGrH 72) ‐ surviving in fragments | stories of Alexander, on the Persian side ‐ sympathetic to the Greeks | evidences, literary and epigraphic evidence ‐ and Roman conquest | inscriptions, on questions about Macedonia ‐ basileus (‘king’), formal title of Macedonian rulers | epigraphic evidence ‐ inscriptions on durable materials, of the modern world | literary evidence ‐ genealogy for Macedonians' eponymous ancestor Macedon | F. Jacoby's collection, fragments of lost Greek historians ‐ 13 possible writers of histories of Macedonia | Stories of Alexander, on the Persian side - sympathetic to the Greeks | F. Jacoby's collection, fragments of lost Greek historians - 13 possible writers of histories of Macedonia | Evidences, literary and epigraphic evidence - and Roman conquest | 'Philippic histories' by fourth-century writers, Theopompus (FGrH 115) and Anaximenes (FGrH 72) - surviving in fragments | Aristotle's life in Macedonia - as tutor of Alexander the Great | Diodorus in the Peloponnesian War - episodes in connection with Archelaus | Inscriptions, on questions about Macedonia - basileus ('king'), formal title of Macedonian rulers | Epigraphic evidence - inscriptions on durable materials, of the modern world | Literary evidence - genealogy for Macedonians' eponymous ancestor Macedon | Herodotus, earliest historian, whose work survives - three kinds of material on Macedonia
Book Chapter
Epos: Revista de Filologia, ISSN 0213-201X, 1990, Volume 6, p. 545
Journal Article
Antichthon, ISSN 0066-4774, 1981, Volume 15, Issue 1981, pp. 62 - 85
In the negotiations which were concluded by the Peace of Philocrates, Philip hoped to gain control of the Greek states so that he could invade Persia with his... 
Greece | Literature | Armed forces | War | Europe: History | Peace of Philocrates | Athens | Europe: Politics and government | Demosthenes, 384-322 B. C. Second Philippic | Libranius | Cawkwell, G. L
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