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B) Hypereides Macedonian party (b) Deinarchus Lycurgus Isseus, may be 188 i8g loj ir^g (o) ^schines 20^ 209 CONTENTS. CHAPTER RIIKTORICAL HISTORIAXS § 1. XLIII. AND PROVINCIAL ANTIQUARIES. Connexion between Rhetoric and History. 2. Euhoinis 3. Theopompus 4. Sicilian school XXXI School of Isocrates . . FAGB 212 214 217 222 Au_ti2Cliii3 : 5. Flul4«^tt8 224 6. Writers of the Atthides 228 CHAPTER XLIV. MEDICAL LITERATURE — WRITINGS ATTRIBUTED TO HIPPOCRATES, Life of Hippocrates Origin and growth of medical literature 3.

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