Æschines (389314 B.C.)

Æschines (Æs`chines) , a celebrated Athenian orator, rival of Demosthenes, who in the end prevailed over him by persuading the citizens to believe he was betraying them to Philip of Macedon, so that he left Athens and settled in Rhodes, where he founded a school as a rhetorician (389314 B.C.).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Aerated waters * Æs`chylus
Æolian action
Æolian Islands
Æo`lians
Æolotropy
Æ`olus
Æon
Æpyor`nis
Æ`qui
Aerated bread
Aerated waters
Æs`chines
Æs`chylus
Æscula`pius
Aeson
Æ`sop
Æso`pus
Æsthetics
Ae`tius
Æto`lia
Affre
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