Against Eratosthenes

(from the article `Lysias`) ...to the character of the speaker; and, though the tone of his professional writing was quiet, he was capable of passionate oratory, as exemplified ...
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Against Eratosthenes

Against Eratosthenes is a speech by Lysias, one of the ten Attic orators. In the speech, Lysias accuses Eratosthenes, a member of the Thirty Tyrants who ruled Athens following the Peloponnesian War, of the murder of his brother, Polemarchus (around 403 BCE). ==Overview== Lysias’s career as a speech writer, or logographer, was interrupted by the ...
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