By W.V. Harris, Brooke Holmes, W. V. Harris
Filthy rich, immodest, hypochondriac (or probably simply an invalid), obsessively spiritual, the orator Aelius Aristides (117 to approximately a hundred and eighty) isn't the most fascinating determine of his age, yet simply because he's one of many best-known - and he's in detail identified, due to his "Sacred stories" - his works are an important resource for the cultural and spiritual and political heritage of Greece lower than the Roman Empire. The papers accumulated the following, the fruit of a convention held at Columbia in 2007, shape the main excessive learn of Aristides and his context to were released because the vintage paintings of Charles Behr 40 years in the past.
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90. W Lenz and CA. Behr (Leiden, 1976-1980). We generally follow Behr's translation, sometimes slightly changed. 2 Or. II (To Plato: in Difence ofOratory), Or. III (To Plato: in Defence cfthe Four); Or. IV (To Capit~. Pernot 1993b,322-327. 3 Nicolai 1992, 297-339. On the use of history in the progym:nasmata themselves. Bompaire 1976; Anderson 1993,47-51; Webb 2001, 301-303. 4 More exactly On Sending Reinforcements to Those in Sicil;y (pernot 1981). See for example Russell 1983, 112-115; Gasca 1992a and 1992b.
Berolin. ) 30 Aristides in the first instance is quoting Plato (whom he names) Laws 705a: the scholiast on Aristides cites Aleman I08P in comparison, as does Arsenius for the similar proverb (Apostol. Cent. 23 (ii 271L-S)). 31 Aleman, according to the scholiast, but not named by Aristides. 32 Also Plut, de I}th. or. 6 (Mor. 397A), animo procr. 33 (Mor. I030A). 33 P. Harris 21=1113 SM. ARISTIDES AND EARLY GREEK LYRIC, ELEGIAC AND IAMBIC POETRY Sappho Simonides Solon Stesichorus Pal @128, 166 34V@1l Pal@234 582P at 97 34 45FGE@140, [also @Or.