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Hellenistic Oratory$

Christos Kremmydas and Kathryn Tempest

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(p.407) General Index

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Hellenistic Oratory
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Academy, Academic221, 223 n. 11, 242 n. 49, 245 273, 274
tradition12
arguments238 n. 41
Accius, L.278 n. 2, 285–6, 290 n. 40, 294
Armorum iudicium285
Achaean League31, 32, 221
Achaean War30, 38, 40
agon72, 101, 103, 279
Aelius Stilo Praeconinus, L.263
Aeschines44, 117, 126, 127
Afranius, L.290–1
Albinus, A. Postumius200 n. 4, 230, 245–6
Alexander the Great4, 49, 84, 132 n. 53, 152, 159, 161, 307, 362
death of, and the Hellenistic period3 n. 17, 120
Alexander’s Successors4, 5
Allaria171
alliteration153 n. 52, 280, 281, 282, 283, 289, 293 n. 49
ambassadors’ speeches/ambassadorial speeches6, 23, 27, 149, 232
in Polybius25, 31, 331
anaphora281, 283, 293 n. 49, 303 n. 34
Antiphon44, 49
antithesis87, 155, 266, 279, 303 n. 34
apoleipsis103
Apollodotos son of Astyanax (?) of Teos169–71, 196 n. 64
Apollonios son of Melanippos of Teos182–4
Apollonius Molon143, 262, 295, 296 n. 2
Apollonius of Rhodes7–8, 51–70, 71 n. 2
apostrophe99, 113
Aratus of Sicyon26, 27, 35, 36, 37, 214
Aratus of Soli74 n. 9, 123, 335
Araxa212–13
Arcadians (Arkades, Arkadian)170, 195, 171, 238
Archedemus, of Tarsus259
arete/aretai65, 156, 188, 216
Areus262
Aristaenus26, 33, 39
Argos/Argives195–6
Aristo254
Aristomachus (tyrant of Argos)36–7
Aristophanes72, 73–4, 98, 111
Aristotle7, 48, 49
Poetics118, 121; see also Index of Passages Discussed
Rhetoric2, 3, 73, 93, 106–7, 113, 115, 120, 149; see also Index of Passages Discussed
artifice, artificiality (rhetorical)142, 153, 154, 257, 258
Asianic/Asianist style of oratory, Asianism48, 134, 144, 160, 296
assembly/ies2, 4, 5, 6, 51, 98, 174 n. 12
Achaean26
Hellenistic11, 28, 29
assonance280, 281, 282, 283
Astymedes21, 22, 25, 26, 27, 29, 38, 39–40
asylia (inviolability)169, 175–6, 196 n. 64
asyndeton101, 281, 289
atechnoi pisteis114, 171, 197, 198
Atellana290, 291, 292
Athenion202–4, 267–8
Attalus of Pergamum/Pergamon
Attalus the II222
Attalus the III30, 31
Attalus Stoicus251, 251 n. 6
Attic orators, canon of ten49, 113, 146, 160
Atticus, T. Pomponius220 n. 4, 236, 240
audience, rhetorical knowledge of96, 352
Aurelius Opillus363
Axos171
basilikos logos78–9
Battaros8–9, Ch. 6
as stereotypical comic stage character, characterization of110–11, 114–15
brevity47, 48, 65, 253, 253 n. 14, 272 n. 91, 314, 349
(p.408) Caecilius, of Calacte262
Caecilius Statius286 n. 29, 288, 289
Plocium288
Caesar, C. Iulius297, 298, 299, 300, 301, 302–6, Ch. 13
Caesar Strabo, C. Iulius291
Callisthenes141
captatio benevolentiae102, 193, 195, 197, 229 n. 22, 283, 288, 355, 357
Carcinus’ Medea121–2, 133–4
Carneades12, 13, Ch. 10, 273, 364
Cato, M. Porcius (Censorius)14, 38, 226, 230, 231–3, 235, 236–7, 280–1, 292 n. 47
Cato, M. Porcius, the Elder13 n. 34, 241, 244
Cato, M. Porcius, the Younger264
charis166, 186–90, 192, 194 n. 57
charm283, 305
stylistic (Lysias)446, 47
Charmadas260–1
Chersonesus207–8, 215
chreia253, 254, 265, 335
Chrysippus254, 262 n. 54, 264–5, 271–2
Chyretiai167
citharode/citharody128–9, 130
Cleanthes253, 254, 260
clementia298, 299 n. 15, 304
Cleocritus125–7
Cleomenes III27, 34, 36, 37
Cicero, M. Tullius
letters of327
Cicero, individual works; see also Index of Passages Discussed
Cato maior de senectute244 n. 36
De inventione15, 264 n. 60, 293
De natura deorum242
De oratore245, 271 n. 85, 272, 273, 274, 275, 327
De re publica235 n. 35, 271 n. 85
Pro Marcello Ch. 13
Pro Milone15, 228
Clitomachus220 n. 4, 236 n. 38, 237, 245, 270
code-switching8, 94, 97, 99, 104, 118 n. 23
comedy
Hellenistic119
Old, Middle, New73, 106, 107, 110, 111, 115, 118, 132, 287, 290 n. 39
and oratory9, 14 n. 37
Roman (tragi-comedy)286, 287
consolation speeches53, 55, 58, 63–4, 250, 262
Crispinus249, 250, 251 n. 5
Critolaus12, 26, 42, 221, 222, 233, 234, 270, 273
Cyclops/Polyphemus62, 63
Theocritus’ Idyll on the86–92, 131 n. 51
decrees168, 178–9, 183, 186–99
requested publication of179, 186, 190–9
definitions of rhetoric253 n. 13 (by Zeno), 256
deinos, deinos legein, deinotes45, Ch. 2, 314, 363
to deinon Ch. 2, 314, 363
Delos77 n. 15, 136, 228 n. 19, 229
deliberative speeches (demegoriai), oratory/rhetoric; see symbouleutic
adaptation of, to political circumstances311
deliberative character151, Ch. 13
opportunities for5
Paul’s deliberative speeches347–51
Paul’s letters and deliberative rhetoric328 n. 34, 338, 339, 341, 344, 346
Plato’s Epistle 7 and deliberative rhetoric321 n. 8
in Polybius23, 26, 27, 149
sub-species of149
delivery (hypokrisis)13 n. 34, 73 n. 7, 118, 120, 205, 224, 278, 296, 299, 302, 327, 342, 345, 346
oral delivery326
vocal delivery119–20, 134
Delphi/Delphians135, 174 n. 12, 184, 185, 197, 198, 206
Demades48, 148
Demetrius of Magnesia45
Demetrius of Phalerum4 n. 18, 152, 48, 305
Demetrius of Tarsus48
[Demetrius] On Style7, 12, 48, 152, 153, 314, 327, 363
democracy, Hellenistic3 n. 15, 22, 28–9, 165
Demosthenes
influence of10, 42, 144, 145, 158–9, 296
Third Olynthiac46
Third Philippic46
Dionysius of Halicarnassus Ch. 2, 123, 262, 363
diatribe249, 250, 252, 253, 261 n. 52
(p.409) dialectic224, 254 n. 15, 256 n. 28, 262 n. 53, 272, 273; see also logical argument
to dikaion102
Dio Chrysostom129, 133, 251
Diogenes ‘the Babylonian’222, 224, 237 n. 39, 247
Diogenes (the Stoic)246
Diogenes Laertius47, 152, 224, 259
Dionysius of Cyrene259
Diophantus207–9
direct speech, sparing use of8, 54, 68
disputatio in utramque partem274 n. 104, 231, 233, 234, 236
drama, Roman
early278, 289, 293–4
Hellenistic drama in Rome278–9
Republican278–80, 284, 291–2, 293, 294
dramatic debates99, 101
education
Hellenistic and Roman11, 144, 148
Paul of Tarsus’ grammatical334–6
rhetorical9, 15, 24, 29, 141, 142, 145, 153, 160–1, 281, 293
system of333–4
Eleutheria, festival of (Larisa)151
Eleutherna171
empathy201, 205, 212, 213, 215
enargeia11, 35, 201, 209, 211, 212–13, 267
enkomion (encomium)10, 74 n. 9, 75 n. 11, 78, 86, 136, 150, 151, 187, 216, 335, 336
emotion(s)11, 47, 57, 59–60, 68, 70, 125, 154, 155, 205, 207, 209–10, 212, 271, 272, 348, 353
emotional appeal69, 193, 206, 254
Ennius, Q.14, 280–5
Annales281
Medea282, 283 n. 20, 289, 293 n. 49
enthymeme47, 150, 154, 362
Eperatos son of Philtes of Samos181–3
Ephorus of Kyme141
epicheireme47
epideictic speech/oratory/rhetoric149, 150, 311, 318, 340, 343, 344, 346, 348, 351, 352
and civic ideology2
doctrine86
elements of16, 17, 103–7, 174, 297, Ch. 13
relationship with deliberative and forensic118–19
topoi of158
tradition296–7, 301, 305, 306
and vocal performance132
epideixis78, 93, 103, 104, 105, 106, 297, 303, 307; see also epideictic oratory
epieikeia41, 310
Epigethes214–15
epilogos99, 146, 193, 194 n. 57, 348, 350, 353, 356
epistolography327, 329–30, 337–8, 342–4
ethopoiia91, 115, 116, 125
ethos32, 68, 115, 154, 156, 159, 184, 362, 367 n. 19
euergetism
language of33, 303
Eumenes II of Pergamum25, 30, 31, 32, 41, 185
Euripides, Medea70, 72, 121, 282, 283, 284
example (exemplum, paradeigma)22, 41, 312, 315
exhortation(s) (paraklesis/parakleseis)6, 55, 63, 65, 89, 149, 151, 178, 195, 262, 297
in Polybius23, 24, 28, 41
extemporization130, 131
Fabius, Q. Maximus249, 251 n. 5
farewell speeches55, 58, 76, 351
figured speech85–6, 314, 315, 317
Flaminius, G. (cos. 187 BC)36
foreign judges176, 180, 192, 197
‘forensic disposition’93, 100
forensic speeches, oratory/rhetoric (elements of)15, 110, 114, 147, 151 n. 47, 275, 298 n. 10, 321, 322, 339, 346, 353–4, 359
in Polybius26, 27
funeral orations2 n. 7, 103, 163
Furius Philus, L.233, 234
Gellius, Aulus221, 232 n. 26, 233, 234 n. 29, 236, 243, 244, 269, 270, 271, 288
genera dicendi269
genre, as discourse94
(p.410) gesture(s)61, 104, 111, 129, 203, 204, 254, 277 n. 1, 331
gnome/gnomai24, 37, 101
Gorgias104, 105, 107, 151, 243
gratitude, relationship of10, 189, 191, 198
‘Gyges’ fragment9, 123, 124, 125
Herakleopolis150
Horace14, 249–53, 263, 267, 273 n. 96
Hellenistic epic poetry52, 65 n. 47, 69
Hellenistic tragedy119, 122, 123, 125
Hermagoras of Temnos15, 142 n. 14, 150
Hermias son of Pankrates of Amyzon184
Hermippus44–6
Hermogenes259
Hermoupolis141 n. 12, 145, 162
Herodas8, Ch. 6
heroism63, 64, 70
Homer
Iliad1, 53, 63, 66, 67, 69 n. 56, 74
Odyssey1, 57 n. 23, 63, 69 n. 56, 74, 88 n. 38
Homeric model53, 54
hymn75–7, 128, 136
Hyperides44, 114
hypokrites127–8
hypophora97, 153, 154, 362
improvisation (autoschediasmos)116, 131
inventio150, 273, 293
irony95, 202 n. 2, 315
Isaeus3 n. 10, 7, 43–9
isegoria2
Isocrates43–6, 73–5, 79, 90 n. 39, 113, 121, 139 n. 2, 151 n. 47, 153, 159, 304 n. 37, 306, 309, 321, 328, 330
Istron171
Jason (in the Argonautica)
characterization52, 54, 55, 66, 68
charm and appearance53
control of anger58 n. 26, 68
deception61
diplomacy55, 61, 63, 69, 70
false promises61
flattery55, 61
gentle speech57
‘honey-sweet words’60, 68
negotiation61, 62 n. 39, 67, 69
rhetorical skills59
silence62, 68, 70
Jerusalem, rhetorical school of337
Kaunos188, 190
kinaidos110, 111, 116
kingship62 n. 38, 297, 307, 309 n. 55, 310 n. 60, 317
treatises on309
Knidos177, 178, 198
Kolophon186
Kolotas son of Hekatonymos of Teos169, 170, 171, 198 n. 64
Kos109–11, 168, 181, 189 n. 44, 198
Kydonia171
Kytenion, Kytenian envoys193 n. 55, 205, 207, 215
Lactantius232, 234, 235, 236, 238, 241, 242
Lamian War103, 156
Larisa180, 243
Lato by Kamara171
Lepidus, M. Aemilius36
Livius Andronicus280
logical argument (logos)1, 150, 155, 159; see also dialectic
logical exercises272
Lysias2 n. 7, 3 n. 10, 44, 45, 46–7, 49, 107, 113, 115, 194 n. 57
Lysimachus, and Samos365, 367, 368 n. 20
Magnesia on the Maiander172, 184, 185, 191 n. 51
Marcellus, M. Claudius Ch. 13
Melanippos son of Apollonios of Teos182, 183, 184
melete/meletai146, 155, 158
memorials (hypomnemata)201, 213
Menander; see also Index of Passages Discussed
character, characterization in93, 95, 96
Dyskolos104–5
Epitrepontes98–9, 100–1, 104
Perikeiromene97–8
Samia94–7
Sicyonians98
Theophoroumene105–6
Menander Rhetor79, 351
Menedemus of Eretria224
(p.411) metaphor153, 283, 289, 305, 342
Methymna186
Metropolis185, 206
Miletos, Milesians172–3, 174, 177 n. 17, 178, 195, 344, 351
mime8, 110, 116, 117, 128, 133, 291
Mimiamb(s)110, 111, 118, 119, 125, 128, 133
judicial117
Minoa179–80
Mithridates VI (Eupator)202–3, 207, 208, 307
Mnesarchus260, 261
mutuality59, 64
Mylasa172–3, 178
Naevius280
narrating poet/narrator8, 52, 54–5, 59, 60, 61, 62 n. 40, 65, 66, 67, 69, 211, 213, 267, 348
narratio/narrationes11, 87, Ch. 9, 282, 293, 311, 339, 340, 341, 346, 347, 349, 350, 351, 353, 354, 356, 358, 359
Nestor69 n. 58, 259, 261, 270
New Testament17, 320, 322, 327, 328, 347
New Testament studies319, 344
Nikolaos son of Aristarchos of Rhodes179–80
Nysius259
Olbia, Olbians209–12
Oloosson167
Opous197
oratio recta8
Orestes361–2
Oropos128, 221–2, 225, 227, 229, 238, 240
Orthagoras212–13
Pacuvius270, 284–5, 286, 288, 294
Antiopa285
Armorum iudicium285
Pallantion195
Panaetius30, 259, 260, 267, 275
students of259–61
panegyric16, 86, 107, 297; see also enkomion (encomium), epideictic
pantomime128
paradoxon Ch. 9, 297, 312–13, 317
paraklesis24, 28, 33, 149
parisosis101
parrhesia2, 28, 41, 224 n. 14, 303
pathos68, 154, 362
arguments from99, 156, 159
Stoic prohibition against271
Paul of Tarsus
Acts329–30, 336; see also Index of Passages Discussed
education and upbringing330–7, 346
letters325–8, 329–30, 338
and ‘new rhetoric’324–5
oratorical powers329, 345–6
as rhetorician320–4
speeches344–60
status334
Paulinism329
Pausanias30, 221, 226–30, 238, 246
Peparethos180–1
performance; see also delivery, epideixis, hypokrites
musical128–36
rhetorical/oratorical4, 9, 10–11, 104, Ch. 8, 205–7, 264–9, 219–20
theatrical Ch. 6, 202–4, 213, 215
vocal Ch. 6
Peripatus, Peripatetics7, 12, 274–5
Phalanna185
Philemon106–7
Philip II of Macedon41, 42
Philo274
Philodemus of Gadara12
Academicorum Philosophorum Index Herculanensis221–2
Index Stoicorum253 n. 12, 254, 259
On Rhetoric224, 255–8, 265–7
On the Good King according to Homer310
Philopoemen28, 32, 33, 39–40
philosophers;see also , Stoics, Stoicism
as diplomatic representatives222–5, 232
edicts against12
embassy to Rome12, Ch. 10, 272–3, 364
public lectures103–4, 233–7, 333
philosophy
and rhetoric12–13, 73, 253–64
Phygela (Pygela)194–6
Phylarchus34–7, 40, 140, 212 n. 19, 213
Plato; see also Index of Passages Discussed
Hippias Maior243–4
Republic235, 238, 240–1, 309
(p.412) Plautus292 n. 47, 293 n. 49
Amphitruo287–8
Mostellaria288
Pseudolus288
Plautus, Sergius268–9
Pliny the Elder231–3, 244–5
polis
inter-polis relations Ch. 8, 364–5
setting for most oratory1–4
setting for politics4, 363, 365
politics
Hellenistic17
and rhetoric256–8, 365
and Rome26, 301
Polybius
anti-Athenian sentiment230 n. 23
as a source230, 243–4
speeches of6, 8, Ch. 1, 139–41, 149, 311–12, 364
Polyperchon, son of Simmias of Macedon195–6
Polyrhen169–71
Posidonius202–4, 261, 267–8
praeteritio284
Praxias, son of Eudokos of Delphi184–5
Praxiphanes48
Priene, dispute with Samos365–8
progymnasmata15, 144, 263 n. 57, 319, 335, 336
prokataskeue23–4
prooimion (prooemium, exordium)55, 193–4, 299, 300, Ch. 14
Protogenes209–10
prose style152–4, 158, 160, 287 n. 33
prothesis101, 347–59
pseudo-Leosthenes152, 156–9
Ptolemy II74–86
Pytheas46
Quintilian
Institutio Oratoria; see Index of Passages Discussed
knowledge of Carneades234–5, 241
rhetorical precepts74, 204, 327, 346
on Stoic rhetoric262–3, 265, 268–9, 272, 274
reciprocity59–60, 61, 68–9, 189–90
reductio ad absurdum97
Rhaukos171
rhetor/rhetores12–13, 15, 16, 51, 296
rhetoric
‘in the air’322, 324, 328, 330
markers of93–5
new rhetoric324–5
species of343
universal rhetoric324–5
Rhetorica ad Alexandrum (Rhetoric to Alexander)2, Ch. 1; see also Index of Passages Discussed
Rhetorica ad Herennium15, 204, 264 n. 60, 309; see also Index of Passages Discussed
rhetorical education24, 29, 51, 141–2, 145, 295–6, 316, 364
curriculum117, 154, 161
exercises122, Ch. 7, 316, 364
handbooks2, 26, 51, 70, 86, 96,
in Hellenistic poleis2, 51, 160, 368
schools9–10, 141, 145, 152, 333
rhetoricians; see also rhetor/rhetores
edicts against12, 15
three styles of233, 244, 269–71
Rhodes21, 149, 179–80, 184–5, 215–16, 295, 368 n. 20
Rhodian embassy21, 29
ambassadors to Rome21, 25, 41
rider (decrees)181–3
ring composition101, 289, 300
Rutilius Rufus, P.243–4, 263, 264, 267, 271
rulers
cult of304, 309
encomia for150, 300–1, 306, 318; see also basilikos logos
virtues of304, 306–7, 309–10
Samos182
and Lysimachus365–8
Scipio Aemilianus, P.30, 223, 233, 241
Scipio Africanus, P.24, 41, 311–12
Senate
debates in36, 220, 296, 298–301
diplomatic activity12, 21–2, 25–7, 38–41, 219, 221–2, 225–33, 237–9, 313
Sicyon26, 31, 221, 225–8
Smyrna188–9, 190–1
sophists2, 107, 130, 151, 245
(p.413) speculum principis297
stasis (conflict)177 n. 16
stasis theory (status/stasis)15, 142 n. 14, 259, 355
Stertinius249–53, 263
stichomythia72, 122, 127
Stoics Ch. 11
contribution to rhetorical theory12–13, 253–64, 363
and oratory252–3, 264–73
at Rome247–52
Strabo259, 333, 335, 363
style; see also Asianic; Demetrius; middle style; rhetoricians, prose style
theories of7, 12, Ch. 2, 259, 262–3, 314
supplication speeches55, 58–9, 61, 63
symbouleutic oratory10, 16, 87, 101, 121, 122, 127, 174–6, 311
to sympheron102
Tarsus, city of333
teams of speakers10, 172, 183–6
Teos169–70, 172, 182, 195
Terence286–7, 290, 292 n. 47
Andria293–4; see also Index of Passages Discussed
Thatcher, Margaret237
Theocritus8, Ch. 4, 363
character, characterization in82–3, 84
Theon262–3
Theophrastus7, 12, 47, 48–9, 91, 120, 150, 152, 253 n. 14, 265, 274
Theopompus of Chios141
therapeutic speech, see consolation speeches
thesis335
Thrasymachus3 n. 10, 48
in Plato’s Republic235, 238, 241
Thucydides
compared to Polybius34, 36, 42, 140
Melian dialogue42, 238
speeches140, 149, 345
Timaeus of Tauromenium23, 34, 40, 139–41
tripartite structure55, 59 n. 30
virtue (ethical)63, 64, 66, 159, 255–8, 262, 285
cardinal80–1, 257, 304, 309 see also rulers
virtues of style12, 49, 153, 253 n. 14
Wooten, Cecil5, 26, 42, 49, 141, 144–5, 149, 151, 158–60, 311
Xanthus, Xanthians205–7, 212, 215
Xenocrates223 n. 11, 224, 275
Zeno253–4, 270