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Todd, Stephen, 1993: The Shape of Athenian Law. Oxford. Trevett, Jeremy, 1992: Apollodoros the Son of Pasion. Oxford. ’’ Hermes 124: 425 – 441. Usher, Stephen, 1976: ‘‘Lysias and His Clients,’’ Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies 17: 31 – 40. , 1974 – 1985: Dionysius of Halicarnassus, Critical Essays. 2 vols. Loeb Classical Library. Cambridge, MA. , 1987: Hermogenes’ On Types of Style. Chapel Hill, NC. Worthington, Ian, 1994: ‘‘The Canon of the Ten Attic Orators,’’ in Persuasion: Greek Rhetoric in Action, ed.
The Constraints of Desire: The Anthropology of Sex and Gender in Ancient Greece. London. A wide-ranging collection of essays dealing with aspects of gender and sexuality in ancient Greece, including homosexuality in classical Athens. Wycherley, R. E. 1978. The Stones of Athens. J. A valuable general account of the topography and material remains of ancient Athens. See also the works by Edwards, Hansen, Kennedy, MacDowell, Sinclair, and Todd listed in the Series Introduction. 1. AGAINST TIMARCHUS introduction Context Although there was majority support for the conclusion of peace in 346, there remained elements in the city implacably and explicitly opposed either to the idea of peace with Macedonia or to the terms of the Peace of Philocrates.
It could be (Harris 1995: 36) that he was constrained by his background, which left him without the network of influential supporters on which a wealthy Athenian could draw. The penalties for conspicuous failure in public actions (defined as failure to obtain 20% of the votes cast) included a fine of 1,000 drachmas, which might deter a man with limited resources. This does not mean that Aeschines had not been involved in any political litigation, since (as my colleague Lene Rubinstein notes) he could have acted as a supporting speaker.