- The epideictic
oratory, also called ceremonial
oratory, or praise-and-blame rhetoric, is one of the three
branches, or "species" (eidē), of rhetoric
- Gwanghae-gun or Prince Gwanghae
(4 June 1575 – 7 August
1608–1623) was the fifteenth
king of the Joseon
dynasty. His personal
name was Yi...
- of her private
secretary, Sir Henry
Ponsonby, Victoria began
work on a eulogistic biography
of Brown. Ponsonby
Davidson, Dean of Windsor, who...
- of England
preacher, evangelist, founder
of a eulogistic
poem by Wheatley
her first notoriety
as a poet....
- Kumārasambhava, the display
of his love for Ujjain
in Meghadūta, and his highly eulogistic descriptions
of Kalingan emperor
Hemāngada in Raghuvaṃśa (sixth sarga)...
- at the Westwood Village Memorial
in Los Angeles. In his eulogistic
essay, John Andrews
wrote: Tormé's style shared
much with that of his...
- Wagner's friend
and disciple Friedrich
Nietzsche, who, having published
his eulogistic essay
in Bayreuth" before
as part of his...
- in the role of Pharaoh, both in his Ecclesiastical History
and in his eulogistic
Life of Constantine. The Crossing
of the Red Sea (Sistine Chapel) The...
- Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green
& Longman. Retrieved
2020. – eulogistic
and wordy, but useful; in the edition
of 1836 James defends
his work from...
Vijaya, Hammira Mahakavya
Raso. These texts contain eulogistic
descriptions, and are, therefore, not entirely