His great work upon Demosthenes ought to be printed some day or other.
Such had been the orders of Demosthenes, which were now carried into effect.
And these men and women are Athenians of the time of Pericles or Demosthenes!
While Demosthenes argued, and Nicias demurred, Gylippus had not been idle.
But the hardest task was yet behind, left for Demosthenes, to draw the Thebans into this confederacy with the rest.
The platform of the local Demosthenes stood in a corner near the street.
A wealthy Athenian, and a bitter enemy of Demosthenes, whose speech against him is extant.
Frequently there are flashes of eloquence worthy of a Demosthenes.
Not unnaturally Demosthenes suggests it to an Athenian jury.
Demosthenes (xxiv, 136) speaks of a fire in the opisthodomos.
The greatest orator of ancient Greece. Demosthenes is said to have overcome a childhood stutter by forcing himself to speak with pebbles in his mouth. He delivered speeches called Philippics attacking King Philip of Macedon, who was an enemy of Demosthenes' city of Athens.