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Headword: *dei/narxos
Adler number: delta,333
Translated headword: Dinarchus, Deinarchos
Vetting Status: high
A Corinthian, a rhetor, one of those ranked with Demosthenes. Whose son he is, is not recorded.[1] He wrote (according to some) 160 speeches in all; but a more accurate figure is only 60, all of them judicial; some are public, some private. This man died, having been appointed supervisor of the Peloponnese by Antipater, after Antipater's death; Polysperchon had plotted against him.[2]
Greek Original:
*dei/narxos, *kori/nqios, r(h/twr, tw=n meta\ *dhmosqe/nous e)gkriqe/ntwn ei(=s. ui(o\s ti/nos e)sti/n, ou)x i(sto/rhtai. gra/yas kata\ me/n tinas lo/gous tou\s pa/ntas rc#, kata\ de\ to\ a)lhqe/steron mo/nous c#, tou\s pa/ntas dikanikou/s: w(=n oi( me/n ei)si dhmo/sioi, oi( de\ i)diwtikoi/. e)teleu/thse de\ ou(=tos e)pimelhth\s *peloponnh/sou katasta\s u(po\ *)antipa/trou, meta\ to\ teleuth=sai *)anti/patron, *poluspe/rxontos au)tw=| e)pibouleu/santos.
C4 BC. See generally RE Deinarchos(1); NP Deinarchos; OCD4 Dinarchus.
[1] Other sources did record the name of his father, as either Socrates or Sostratus.
[2] This account of his death confuses him with a Corinthian politician of the same name (RE Deinarchos(2)); see Worthington (1992) 10.
I. Worthington, A Historical Commentary on Dinarchus (Ann Arbor 1992)
Keywords: biography; chronology; ethics; geography; history; law; politics; rhetoric
Translated by: Malcolm Heath on 23 June 2000@10:55:56.
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Malcolm Heath on 23 June 2000@14:25:32.
David Whitehead (added note and keywords; cosmetics) on 25 March 2001@10:23:29.
David Whitehead (more keywords; cosmetics) on 20 June 2012@05:38:09.
David Whitehead (updated a ref) on 1 August 2014@07:42:48.


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