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Antiphon the Athenian: Oratory, Law, and Justice in the Age of the Sophists Michael Gagarin Gagarin demonstrates persuasively that Antiphon the logographer is identical with the Antiphon who made intellectual contributions on more abstract topics. : The Documents in the Attic Orators: Laws and Decrees in the Public Speeches of the Demosthenic Corpus (): Canevaro, Mirko: Books and advances new interpretations of important Athenian laws, such as homicide regulations, legislative procedures, laws on theft, seduction, naturalization, and outlawry. Canevaro argues Cited by: Table of Contents. The Law of Ancient Athens is, as David Phillips rightly claims in his Preface, ‘the first book of its type and scale to be published in English’. Its purpose is to present, for the widest possible readership, the main literary and epigraphical sources of Athenian law in the archaic and classical periods. The Law of Ancient Athens contains the principal literary and epigraphical sources, in English, for Athenian law in the Archaic and Classical periods, from the first known historical trial (late seventh century) to the fall of the democracy in BCE.
Get this from a library! Athenian homicide law in the age of the orators. [Douglas M MacDowell]. Athenian homicide law in the age of the orators. Manchester: University Press, © (OCoLC) Online version: MacDowell, Douglas M. (Douglas Maurice). Athenian homicide law in the age of the orators. Manchester: University Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Douglas M MacDowell. Douglas M. MacDowell, Athenian Homicide Law in the Age of the Orators (Manchester: Manchester University Press, ), pp. 62–3, argues that this is a case of bouleusis (planning, plotting) of intentional homicide (phonos hekousios/ek pronoias), while Michael Gagarin, “Bouleusis in Athenian Homicide Law,” in G. Nenci and G. Thür (eds Cited by: 1. The orator adds that it belongs to the laws of Solon dealing with orderly conduct (1,22 "VO!" lpTjo!. "rtEQ!. EUxoo!J.(ae;"). The same law is quoted in Aesch. 3,4 and the information, that this formula is part of Solon's laws on the orderly conduct of the orators, appears again in 3,The law is also mentioned in Plut. Mor. c-dxa!.