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- Rhetoric to Alexander (also widely known by its title in Latin: Rhetorica ad Alexandrum; Ancient Gr****: Τέχνη ῥητορική) is a treatise traditionally attributed...
- believed "Alexandrum" to be correct reading, and theorized that Justin refers to a meeting between Chandragupta and Alexander the Great ("Alexandrum"). However...
- collected fragments were included in volume II of Iambi et Elegi Graeci ante Alexandrum cantati by M. L. West. Due to the Margites character, the Gr****s used...
- London, Routledge, 1990 M. L. West (ed.), Iambi et elegi Graeci ante Alexandrum cantati2: Callinus. Mimnermus. Semonides. Solon. Tyrtaeus. Minora adespota...
- on 22 November 2012. Retrieved 1 April 2018. ARISTOTLES, **** doceret Alexandrum ut se contineret ab accessu frequenti uxoris suae, quae erat pulcra valde...
- collaudantium et benedicentium Dominum, qui modernis temporibus per famulum suum Alexandrum, successorem beati Petri, ecclesiam Iadertinam dignatus est visitare....
- the agreement is Scriptum cirographatum inter Henri**** Regem Anglie et Alexandrum Regem Scocie de comitatu Northumbrie ****brie et Westmerland factum coram...
- examples of handbooks are the Rhetoric of Aristotle, the Rhetorica ad Alexandrum, and the De Inventione of Cicero, all composed of rules to write effective...
- Fontenaeensis ab aequationum recognitione et emendatione Tractatus duo Alexandrum per Andersonum. Paris, Laquehay, 1615, in 4, 135 p. The death of Alexander...
- 159ff). For the Gr**** original with Latin translation, see De Mundo at Alexandrum, 1854 ed.Aristotelis Opera Omnia, Graece et Latine, Vol. 3, Paris: Firmin-Didot...
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