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Table 1 Chronology of Important Events

Date

Historical Event

Biographical Event

Related Speeches

404

End of the Peloponnesian War

385/4

Birth

378/7

Foundation of the Second Athenian League

376

Father’s Death

364–1

Suits against the Guardians

Dem. 27–31

360/59

Trierarchy; Award of a Crown

Dem. 51

359

Philip II’s Succession to the Macedonian Throne

357–5

Social War

356–46

Third Sacred War

349/8

Philip’s Campaign against Olynthus

Dem. 1–3

346

Peace of Philocrates

Serving on Two Embassies to Philip

Dem. 5

343

Parapresbeia Trial

Dem. 19, Aeschin. 2

339

Fourth Sacred War; Philip’s Conquest of Elatea

338

Battle of Chaeronea

Dem. 60

336

Assassination of Philip

335

Theban Revolt

331

War of Agis

330

Crown Trial

Dem. 18, Aeschin. 3

324

Harpalus Affair

323

Alexander’s Death

Harpalus Trial

Hyp. Dem., Din. 1–3

323/2

Lamian War

Hyp. Epit.

322

Demosthenes’ Death

Table 2 List of Demosthenes’ Speeches

The names of speeches generally considered not to be Demosthenes’ own work are bracketed. Continuing disagreement on authenticity is signalled by italics. (A) indicates that a speech was authored by Apollodorus.

No.

Common Title

Date

1

First Olynthiac

349

2

Second Olynthiac

349

3

Third Olynthiac

349

4

First Philippic

351

5

On the Peace

346

6

Second Philippic

344/3

7

[On Halonnesus]

343/2

8

On the Chersonese

341

9

Third Philippic

341

10

Fourth Philippic

341

11

Response to Philip’s Letter

340

12

[Philip’s Letter]

340

13

On Organisation

353–0

14

On the Symmories/On Navy Boards

354/3

15

On the Liberty/Freedom of the Rhodians

c.351

16

For the Megalopolitans

353/2

17

[On the Treaty with Alexander]

c.331

18

On the Crown

330

19

On the False Embassy

343/2

20

Against Leptines

355/4

21

Against Meidias

347/6

22

Against Androtion

355/4

23

Against Aristocrates

c.352

24

Against Timocrates

353/2

25

Against Aristogeiton I

325–4

26

[Against Aristogeiton II]

325–4

27

Against Aphobus I

364/3

28

Against Aphobus II

364/3

29

Against Aphobus III (for Phanus)

c.362/1

30

Against Onetor I

362–1

31

Against Onetor II

362–1

32

Against Zenothemis

33

Against Apaturius

not before 341

34

Against Phormion

327/6

35

Against Lacritus

355–48

36

For Phormion

350/49

37

Against Pantaenetus

soon after 347

38

Against Nausimachus and Xenopeithes

c.346

39

Against Boeotus I

348/7

40

Against Boeotus II

347

41

Against Spudias

42

Against Phaenippus

c.330

43

Against Macartatus

345–0

44

Against Leochares

45

Against Stephanus I (A?)

350/49

46

[Against Stephanus II] (A)

350/49

47

Against Euergus and Mnesibulus

c.355

48

Against Olympiodorus

342 or soon after

49

[Against Timotheus] (A)

362

50

[Against Polycles] (A)

after 360

51

On the Trierarchic Crown

360–58

52

[Against Callippus] (A)

369/8

53

[Against Nicostratus] (A)

soon after 368/7

54

Against Conon

355 or 341

55

Against Callicles

56

Against Dionysodorus

323–2

57

Against Eubulides

346/5 or soon after

58

[Against Theocrines]

343–38

59

[Against Neaera] (A)

343–40

60

Epitaphios/Funeral Speech

338

61

Erotikos

Ep.

Letters

323–2 (except 5)

Pr.

Prologues/Prooimia