By W.V. Harris, Brooke Holmes, W. V. Harris
Filthy rich, immodest, hypochondriac (or maybe simply an invalid), obsessively non secular, the orator Aelius Aristides (117 to approximately one hundred eighty) isn't the most enticing determine of his age, yet simply because he's one of many best-known - and he's in detail recognized, due to his "Sacred stories" - his works are an important resource for the cultural and spiritual and political historical past of Greece less than the Roman Empire. The papers accumulated right here, the fruit of a convention held at Columbia in 2007, shape the main severe research of Aristides and his context to were released because the vintage paintings of Charles Behr 40 years in the past.
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This thesis overlooks the conscious rewriting Aristides undertakes of Thucydides' historical work, which we attempt to demonstrate in this article. ESTElLE OUDOT In the perspective of this paper, what matters is the expression ~ MVUI1LI; 'tfjl; :n:aAEwl;, as it is used in section 329: 1\ll of your oratory in all of its forms and that which others have written in your tradition is excellent; and almost all orators, who have been fully successful among the Greeks, have been successful through the power of the Athenians' (UA:n:UV'tEI; M ol MyOL ~La.