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  • Apsines — of Gadara (fl. 3rd century AD) was a Greek rhetorician. He studied at Smyrna and taught at Athens, gaining such a reputation that he was raised to the consulship by the emperor Maximinus. He was a rival of Fronto of Emesa, and a friend of… …   Wikipedia

  • Apsĭnes — Apsĭnes, griechischer Rhetor aus Gadara, um 236 n. Chr.; lehrte in Athen u. ward unter Kaiser Maximinian Consul; schr. eine Rhetorik u. über rhetorische Figuren, herausgegeben in der Sammlung griechischer Rhetoren von Aldus …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Apsĭnes — Apsĭnes, griech. Rhetor, aus Gadara, lehrte um 235 in Athen und verfaßte einen wertvollen Abriß der Rhetorik (hrsg. in den »Rhetores graeci« von Spengel, 2. Aufl., Leipz. 1894) …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • АПСИН —    • Apsĭnes,          Άψίνης, родом из Гадар, был ритором в Афинах в правление Максимина. Сохранилось под его имененем сочинение τέχνη ρητοριχη περι προοιμίον, часть которого принадлежит, как доказано, Лонгину. Изд. J. Bake (1849), а также… …   Реальный словарь классических древностей

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  • Jan Bake — (September 1, 1787 ndash; March 26, 1864) was a Dutch philologist and critic. He was born in Leiden, and from 1817 to 1854 he was professor of Greek and Roman literature at the university.His principal works are: * Posidonii Rhodii Reliquiae… …   Wikipedia

  • David Ruhnken — Born 2 January 1723 Bedlin, Province of Pomerania, Kingdom of Prussia Died 14 April 1798(1798 04 14) (aged 75) Leiden, Batavian Republic David Ruhnken (2 January 1723 – 1 …   Wikipedia

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  • Prohaeresius — (Lang hy|Պարույր, Parouyr, el. Προαιρέσιος) was a fourth century Armenian Christian teacher and rhetorician originally from Caesarea who taught in Athens. He was one of the leading sophists of the era along with Diophantus and Epiphanius.Early… …   Wikipedia

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