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Chori'cius

*Xori/kios), a rhetorician and sophist of Gaza, the pupil of Procopius of Gaza, and afterwards of another sophist of the same place, flourished in the reign of Justinian, about A. D. 520.


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μελέται και συντάξεις λόγων διάφοροι

His orations formed, in the time of Photius, a collection under the title of μελέται και συντάξεις λόγων διάφοροι. They were on very various subjects, but chiefly panegyrical. Photius makes particular mention of a funeral oration for the rhetorician's teacher. (Cod. 160; Fabric. Bibl. Graec. vol. ix. p.760, x. p.719, ed. Harles.)

Editions

Twenty-one of Choricius's orations exist in MS., of which two have been printed by Fabricius with a Latin version by J. C. Wolf (Bibl. Graec. vol. viii. p. 841, old ed.) and a third by Villoison. (Anec. ii. pp. 21, 52.)

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