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Macedonia (Macedonia) (search for this): speech 3, section 98
and that in addition to these forces the citizen troops would be ready, from the Peloponnesus more than two thousand hoplites, and as many more from Acarnania that the leadership of them all was given to you, and that all this was going to be done, not after a long interval, but by the 16th of Anthesterion;March 9, 340 b.c. for he himself had given notice in the cities, and invited all the delegates to come to Athens by the time of the full moon to take part in a congress.Not the congress of the old maritime league, but of the new confederation now being formed against Macedonia. For this is Demosthenes' personal and peculiar way of doing things:
Peloponnesus (Greece) (search for this): speech 3, section 98
and that in addition to these forces the citizen troops would be ready, from the Peloponnesus more than two thousand hoplites, and as many more from Acarnania that the leadership of them all was given to you, and that all this was going to be done, not after a long interval, but by the 16th of Anthesterion;March 9, 340 b.c. for he himself had given notice in the cities, and invited all the delegates to come to Athens by the time of the full moon to take part in a congress.Not the congress of the old maritime league, but of the new confederation now being formed against Macedonia. For this is Demosthenes' personal and peculiar way of doing things:
and that in addition to these forces the citizen troops would be ready, from the Peloponnesus more than two thousand hoplites, and as many more from Acarnania that the leadership of them all was given to you, and that all this was going to be done, not after a long interval, but by the 16th of Anthesterion;March 9, 340 b.c. for he himself had given notice in the cities, and invited all the delegates to come to Athens by the time of the full moon to take part in a congress.Not the congress of the old maritime league, but of the new confederation now being formed against Macedonia. For this is Demosthenes' personal and peculiar way of doing things:
the place at Alopeke, distant eleven or twelve furlongs from the city-wall, his mother begged and besought him, as I have heard, to spare and not to sell, or, if he would do nothing more, at least to leave her there a place to be buried in. But even from this spot he did not withhold his hand; this too he sold, for 2,000 drachmas. Of the slaves, men and women, he left not one; he has sold them all. To prove that I am not lying, I will produce witness that his father left the slaves; but if he denies that he has sold them, let him produce their persons in court.
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