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Author: William Stephen Dobson
Title: Oratores attici et quos sic vocant sophistae (Volume 2)
Publisher: Londoni : Excudit J. F. Dove
Subject (keywords, tags): Speeches, addresses, etc

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t.1. Antiphon et Andocides.-t.2. Lysias.-t.3. Isocrates.-t.4. Isaeus et Dinarchus etc.-t.5-11. Demosthenes.-t.12. Aeschines.-t.13. Antiphontis, Andocidis et Lysiae interpretatio latina.-t.14. Isocratis, Isaei Dinarchi, Lycurgi, Demadis et sophistarum interpretatio latina.-t.15. Demosthenis interpretatio latina.-t.16. Demosthenis et Aeschinis interpretatio latina


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