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Phocion the Good

Lawrence A. Tritle

Phocion the Good

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Published by Croom Helm in London, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Greece,
  • Athens
    • Subjects:
    • Phocion, d. 318 B.C.,
    • Statesmen -- Greece -- Athens -- Biography.,
    • Generals -- Greece -- Athens -- Biography.,
    • Greece -- History -- Macedonian Expansion, 359-323 B.C.,
    • Greece -- History -- Macedonian Hegemony, 323-281 B.C.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementLawrence A. Tritle.
      SeriesCroom Helm classical studies
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDF233.8.P6 T75 1988
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 230 p. :
      Number of Pages230
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2404089M
      LC Control Number87034696

        Ö Sertorius and Eumenes. Phocion and Cato the Younger Ò This was the fist Volume of Plutacrh s Lives that I have read I must say that I was somewhat disappointed There are some really good things in the book, but I hated the way it was written While I am sure these are important books for posterity, I could not stand the short, matter of fact statements with no context This being the case /5().


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Amongst his friends he counted the philosopher Xenocrates and the noted general Chabrias. This distinguished company may explain Phocion’s reputation as a highly principled and conservative member of the Athenian elite and his popular title of ‘Phocion the Good’ (ho chrestos).

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Landscape with the Ashes of Phocion is a painting, also known as Landscape with the Ashes of Phocion (Collected by His Widow) and The Ashes of Phocion Collected by his Widow, by French artist Nicolas Poussin. Phocion was an Athenian statesman from the 4th century BC.

"It is a picture about exile. Phocion, an Athenian general, was falsely condemned and executed, and his unburied corpse Artist: Nicolas Poussin.

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Phocion the Good was an Athenian statesman and general who was born a few years before Socrates was executed. He was executed at Athens himself around BC, perhaps shortly after the arrival there of Zeno of Citium, the founder of Stoicism.

Written By: Phocion, (born c. bc—died ), Athenian statesman and general, virtual ruler of Athens between and Formidable in the defense of his city, he nevertheless urged Athens to accommodate itself to the Macedonian Empire.

Phocion the Good (Routledge Revivals) Plutarch's Life of Phocion has not been closely analysed since Laurence Trittle's study, first published inoffers a new assessment of this significant and complex personality, whilst illuminating the political climate in which he thrived.

Read "Phocion the Good (Routledge Revivals)" by Lawrence A. Tritle available from Rakuten Kobo. Plutarch’s Life of Phocion has not been closely analysed since Laurence Trittle’s study, first published inBrand: Taylor And Francis. During H had criticized in private letters the way in which Loyalists were treated in New York State.

His first Letter from Phocion was a public indictment of the majority in the state legislature and the inhabitants of New York City who in violation of the fifth and sixth articles of the treaty of peace not only refused to restore confiscated Loyalist property, but ignored the. Phocion (fō`shən), c– B.C., Athenian general.

He served successfully against the forces of Philip of Macedon—in Euboea (now Évvoia; B.C.) and at Byzantium (). Lawrence A. Tritle is Professor of History at Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles.

He has previously taught at Loyola University, Chicago and UCLA as visiting Professor of History. He is the author or editor of eight books on Greek history, including Phocion the Good () and From Melos to My Lai (), as well as numerous articles on various aspects of the ancient world.

“HAMILTON ALWAYS REACTED TO CONTROVERSY WITH STUBBORN GRIT HE NEVER SHRANK FROM A GOOD FIGHT”: SCARCE EDITION OF LETTER FROM PHOCION, HAMILTON’S FIRST POST-REVOLUTIONARY WORK. HAMILTON, Alexander. Check out this great listen on Phocion, known as "The Good", was one of the most beloved Greek politicans.

He was elected military stratego numerous times. Listen to the noble life and death of this Greek hero. Public Domain (P) Museum Audiobooks. PHOCION THE GOOD Written by Lawrence A. Tritle. Stock no. Published by Croom Helm.

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Title: The lost histories of Alexander the Great Volume 20 of Monograph series - American Philological Association Issue 20 of Philological monographs. Plutarch defined for all ages the character of Greek and Roman moral identity.

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Plutarch's Lives of the great Greek statesmen amd men of action were designed to pair with the now better-known Roman portraits and contain many of his finest descriptions of war, revolution and heroic achievement. Agesilaus, Pelopidas, Dion, Timoleon, Demosthenes, Phocion, Alexander, Demetrius,/5.

In his treatise entitled Political advice, he spends a good deal of time advising how the wealthy should control and guide the people, and he tends in other Lives to take an ‘elitist’ view of Athenian democracy: it is good when strong leaders, like Pericles or Phocion, control and guide the people; but the masses, when stirred up instead by.

Phocion's Good Example. May 3, ; Credit The New York Times Archives. See the article in its original context from May 3,Page 10 Buy Reprints. View on timesmachine.

About the Author Lawrence A. Tritle is Professor of History at Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles. He has previously taught at Loyola University, Chicago and UCLA as visiting Professor of History.

He is the author or editor of eight books on Greek history, including Phocion the Good () and From Melos to My Lai (), as well as numerous articles on various aspects of Author: Lawrence A. Tritle. Her husband was known as Phocion, the Good who served a record 45 terms in office but was finally executed as an old man by the leader of Macedonia.

Phocion was known for his humility and his frugal living. His wife cooked their meals and he drew his own water and chopped his own wood. This volume challenges preconceptions of Athenian politics and history.

It sets out to demonstrate that the widely received view that Hellenistic Athens and her political leaders were radically different from their Classical counterparts is fundamentally flawed.

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War and Survival (), The Greek World in the Fourth Century () and Phocion the Good (), as well as numerous articles on Greek : Ebook. Plutarch does tell good stories; you have to get into his style, though.

(One advantage of doing Plutarch that many parents have found is that it takes some of the fear out of reading other older historical books.) Stop frequently and have your student(s) narrate, or at least make sure they're is. Phocion (in Greek Φωκίων, also called Phokion, c - c BC, nicknamed The Good) was an Athenian statesman and a Strategos.

Phocion was a successful politician of believed that an extreme frugality was the condition for virtue and lived in accord with this; consequently, he was popularly known as "The Good.".

That's a good one, Phocion, could be, but more likely it is the result of my advanced age and the differences in our education. back in my day, pedagogy was less inclusive. I haven't quite finished "Ghosts", I'll be back later although the day has potential for massive busy-ness.

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The Philadelphia edition of H’s Second Letter from Phocion was entitled Colonel Hamilton’s Second Letter, from Phocion to the Considerate Citizens of New-York on the Politics of the Times, in Consequence of the Peace: Containing Remarks on Mentor’s Reply (Philadelphia, Printed and Sold by Robert Bell in Third Street, ).

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Chapter 1: on the other hand, the priests settled at Anathoth, the old Levitical town (Joshua ), the present Anata (a good hour northeast of though prophesying nothing but the truth; to Phocion, the rival of Demosthenes in the last generation of Athenian greatness, who.