By Lysias, S. C. Todd
The other uploads alongside those lines--much appreciated.
-Includes textual content of the recent OCT, with gear, and a dealing with translation
-Commentary is at the unique textual content, permitting the reader a miles nearer point of scholarly interplay with the Greek than the place the statement is keyed to the English translation [editorial remark- why the fuck may statement be keyed to an English translation...?]
-Extensive common advent and introductory essays for every of the speeches offer historical past details and demanding tips as to attainable interpretations
Lysias was once the best Athenian speech-writer of the iteration (403-380 BC) following the Peloponnesian battle, and his speeches shape a number one resource for all facets of the background of Athenian society in this interval. The speeches are generally learn at the present time, now not least as a result of their simplicity of linguistic sort. This simplicity is usually misleading, in spite of the fact that, and one of many goals of this statement is to aid the reader determine the rhetorical innovations of every of the speeches and the usually hugely tendentious manipulation of argument. This quantity contains the textual content itself (reproduced from Carey's OCT and gear criticus), with a dealing with translation. each one speech gets an intensive advent, masking basic questions of interpretation. within the lemmatic portion of the remark, person words are tested intimately, delivering a detailed analyzing of the Greek textual content. to maximise accessibility, the Greek lemmata are followed through translation, and person Greek phrases are as a rule transliterated. this can be the 1st a part of a projected multi-volume observation at the speeches and fragments, as a way to be the 1st complete statement on Lysias in glossy times.
Readership: students and and scholars of classics and old heritage.
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Extra info for A Commentary on Lysias, Speeches 1-11
We do have independent evidence for the circulation of such a speech under Lysias’ name,119 but mention in the hypothesis of the sum of ‘a thousand [staters]’ and the name of Kissos or Kittos, both of which appear in the speech of the same title that we know as Isok. 120 Trevett (1990), however, has pointed out that nothing in the hypothesis requires us to conclude that this was a prosecution speech, as Isok. 17 is, and has suggested on this basis that Lysias had been retained by the defendant, who was the banker Pasion.
Lys. 9 and Lys. 20, for instance, are generally now agreed to be speeches written for real trials during Lysias’ adult lifetime, but not to have been Lysias’ work. Conversely, it is very difﬁcult to see Lys. 2 as a speech written for delivery at a public funeral ceremony, but that does not preclude the possibility that it was written by Lysias as a rhetorical exercise. 112 For instance, Usher & Najock award three asterisks to Lys. 9 under each of the ﬁrst three headings with none under the other two, which could be held to signify that the fourth and ﬁfth tests do not conﬁrm its spuriousness; by contrast, Lys.
478 below. 127 Kaikilios, frag. 110 Ofenloch (= Photios 489b3–15): more a testimonium than a fragment, given that 489b13 is explicitly critical of Kaikilios. For the view that both of Ofenloch’s fragments derive instead from comments on Kaikilios by the 3rd-cent. critic Longinus, see Heath (1998). It is perhaps worth noting that the Mnesiptolemos speech is mentioned also and equally brieﬂy in Photios’ codex on Demosthenes (cf. Lys. frag. 236b), as if he was reluctant to waste his material. 128 For example, the description of the narrative at 488b37–38 not just as persuasive (πιθαν ν) but also as ‘pure’ (καθαρα´ν): Dionysios uses the latter term with reference to Lysias’ choice of words, with σαφ νεια and cognates used to denote lucidity.
A Commentary on Lysias, Speeches 1-11 by Lysias, S. C. Todd