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Building the contest oration

Ezra Christian Buehler

Building the contest oration

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Published by H.W. Wilson in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Elocution.,
  • Oratory -- Competitions.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby E. C. Buehler and Richard L. Johannesen.
    ContributionsJohannesen, Richard L., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN4121 .B779
    The Physical Object
    Pagination202 p.
    Number of Pages202
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5940741M
    LC Control Number65011208
    OCLC/WorldCa332433

    During this interval the Athenians were carrying in their property; and it was the belief of the Peloponnesians that a quick advance would have found everything still out, had it not been for his procrastination. One who despised and trampled on the lot which bound him to Cnaeus Carbo, the choice which connected him with Cnaeus Dolabella, and not only deserted them both, but also betrayed and attacked them. After it had assumed the form of a crescent and some of the stars had come out, it returned to its natural shape. These take as your model and, judging happiness to be the fruit of freedom and freedom of valour, never decline the dangers of war.

    While those of you who have passed your prime must congratulate yourselves with the thought that the best part of your life was fortunate, and that the brief span that remains will be cheered by the fame of the departed. Aristophanes famously parodies the clever inversions that sophists were known for in his play The Clouds. And the fruits of the world are indeed available at Aegean ports such as Piraeus, Athens' harbor. This was arranged through Eurymachus, son of Leontiades, a person of great influence at Thebes.

    Me was trying not to be an outcome of my violent past, but the separation that had already occurred between me and my body was a pretty significant outcome. And already he was approaching very near Rome itself, when, to save him from the necessity of fighting with all the Romans for the tyrant's sake, God himself drew the tyrant, as it were by secret cords, a long way outside the gates. Can there be any comfortable hope of safety cherished by you, when you recollect how impious, how wicked, how blasphemous has been your conduct towards the immortal gods? The good wishes of men made greatly for the Lacedaemonians, especially as they proclaimed themselves the liberators of Hellas.


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Oenoe, standing upon the Athenian and Boeotian border, was of course a walled town, and was used as a fortress by the Athenians in time of war. After ravaging the plain, the Peloponnesians advanced into the Paralian region as far as Laurium, where the Athenian silver mines are, and first laid waste the side looking towards Peloponnese, next that which faces Euboea and Andros.

After they had retired the Athenians set guards by land and sea at the points at which they intended to have regular stations during the war.

Edict that Women should not meet with the Men in the Churches. For some who have written the lives of worthless characters, and the history of actions but little tending to the improvement of morals, from private motives, either love or enmity, and possibly in some cases with no better object than the display of their own learning, have exaggerated unduly their description of actions intrinsically base, by a refinement and elegance of diction.

We throw open our city to the world, and never by alien acts exclude foreigners from any opportunity of learning or observing, although the eyes of an enemy may occasionally profit by our liberality; trusting less in system and policy than to the native spirit of our citizens; while in education, where our rivals from their very cradles by a painful discipline seek after manliness, at Athens we live exactly as we please, and yet are just as ready to encounter every legitimate danger.

The fountain too, which, since the alteration made by the tyrants, has been called Enneacrounos, or Nine Pipes, but which, when the spring was open, went by the name of Callirhoe, or Fairwater, was in those days, from being so near, used for the most important offices.

Let me have the evidence of Verres himself. The dead are laid in the public sepulchre in the Beautiful suburb of the city, in which those who fall in war are always buried; with the exception of those slain at Marathon, who for their singular and extraordinary valour were interred on the spot where they fell.

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Thus he was instructed in these matters, and was impressed with wonder at the divine manifestation which had been presented to his sight. These knew what it was from experience, and had now no fear for themselves; for the same man was never attacked twice- never at least fatally.

Chapter 8. He accordingly took the precaution of announcing to the Building the contest oration book in the assembly that, although Archidamus was his friend, yet this friendship should not extend to the detriment of the state, and that in case the enemy should make his houses and lands an exception to the rest and not pillage them, he at once gave them up to be public property, so that they should not bring him into suspicion.

You should remember also that what you are fighting against is not merely slavery as an exchange for independence, but also loss of empire and danger from the animosities incurred in its exercise.

Hence too he registered the names of country residents who were now no more, and had long been numbered with the dead, procuring to himself by this expedient a shameful gain.

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When it fixed in the stomach, it upset it; and discharges of bile of every kind named by physicians ensued, accompanied by very great distress.

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But our emperor began his reign at the time of life at which the Macedonian died, yet doubled the length of his life, and trebled the length of his reign.

None of these were to be used except with the money and against the same peril, should such peril arise.

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